Dissemination events

Final Conference

The Final Conference of the ETL4ALL project has been held on Wednesday, 5th of October 2016 in Paris.

It attracted more than 80 participants out of which representatives from the French Ministry of Education, a policy officer from the European Commission in charge of the ECVET instrument, the president of the ETF Road Transport Section, a representative from the ECVET secretariat, teachers and headmasters from schools and training centres as well as representatives from other French and European institutions and organisations active in the fields of vocational training and Transport & Logistics.

The morning session was organised in two main parts: the first one mainly addressed the current situation in France and put the focus on the main outputs of the project while the second part gave the opportunity to present the national/regional contexts of Belgium, Catalonia and Italy and tackled the impacts of the project in the four partner countries. It was also the opportunity to present NETINVET, a network created to support recognised learner mobility.

The afternoon workshops were dedicated to the schools and training centres that had been selected by the partners and that are interested in participating in a first round of mobility and in testing the documents and tools developed within the framework of the ETL4ALL project. The discussions were fruitful and helped to create first contacts and partnerships.

Please find the detailed programme below, to download the presentations, simply click on the titles:

 

9h00 – 9h30

Welcoming of the participants

9h30 – 9h45

Introduction

Jean-André LASSERRE, AFT – Association for the development of vocational training in transport and logistics (France)

9h45 – 10h00

The European dimension of the French professional Baccalaureate

Mohamed BAZIZ and Pierre VINARD, Ministry of Education (France)

10h00 – 10h45

Main outputs of the ETL4ALL project

Sarah KONEKE, AFT (France)

Ingrid AUVERDIN and Katty CANON, Le FOREM (Belgium)

Jonathan ROSSETTI, ITL – Institute for Transport and Logistics Foundation (Italy)

10h45 – 11h00

The anniversary of 30 years of the French professional Baccalaureate

Didier MICHEL, Ministry of Education (France)

11h00 – 11h20

Coffee break

11h20 – 12h40

Which impacts for the partner countries and how to realise mobility at EQF level 4 in Transport and Logistics?

Implementation of new trainings at EQF level 4 in Catalonia. Perspectives in terms of regional needs and European mobility

Àngels FONT, Ministry of Education of the Catalan Government (Spain)

Revision of the logistics training at EQF level 4 to increase the attractiveness of the Transport and Logistics sector in Italy

Luca LANINI, Sacro Cuore Catholic University of Piacenza (Italy)

Transport and Logistics trainings at EQF level 4 in Belgium: statement on the needs and presentation of the possibilities to support mobility

Baudouin DUELZ, Ministry of Education (Federation Wallonia-Brussels, Belgium)

Professionalisation through European mobility

Laurence BOYEAULT, Ministry of Education (France)

The mobility network NETINVET

Thierry LEFEUVRE, Ministry of Education (France)

12h40 – 13h00

Conclusion

Miguel SANTOS, European Commission – DG for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (Belgium)

13h00 – 14h00

Lunch cocktail

14h00 – 16h00

Meetings between the schools

 

Communication material:

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