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Modeling E4E (Education for employment) processes: innovative educational programmes and network partnership

Date

September 09-11, 2020

Location

DSTU, Rostov-on-Don, Gagarin Square, 1

Program

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Administration of vocational education and higher institutions, staff of international departments responsible for study process organization are invited to participate. The event participants will take part in: a plenary session, working and informational sessions dedicated to development of interaction between vocational education and higher education, to network partnership of universities and labor market, and Work-based Learning system development.

The event will be attended by representatives of universities, educational organizations and professional assosiations from Russia, Belgium, Serbia, Spain, the UK, Germany, Greece, Latvia, Slovakia, Lithuania, Austria, Estonia, Armenia and Kazakhstan.

Speakers will present strategic solutions and best practices in the following areas:

  1. Digitalization of professional education: current state, problems and prospects.
  2. Innovative study programmes aimed at increasing employment opportunities and competitiveness of young professionals.
  3. Forecasting the professional future of young people in the digital economy.
  4. Network cooperation between of the labor market representatives and the academic community of vocational education and higher education.
  5. Development of Work-based Learning system as a tool for building the region's human resources potential.

The conference is held within the framework of the Erasmus+ program projects "HE and VET alliance establishment according to Bologna Principals implementation via VET teachers' capacity building" (ALLVET)", "Development of a flexible, innovative and practical framework for Work-based Learning in higher education of Armenia and Russia" (FlexWBL). Working languages: English and Russian. Participation in the conference is free-of-charge.


Speakers

Sergey Malenko

Head of the International Department of Russian Academy of Sciences

Dmitry Guzhelya

Director of Methodology and Evaluation Department of the Russia – Land of Opportunity autonomous non-profit organization

Olga Oleynikova

Director of National Erasmus+ Office in Russia

Nadezhda Kamynina

MIIGAiK Rector, BFUG RF member

Svetlana Shvedova

DSTU Vice-Rector for International Affairs, BFUG RF member

Anabela Mesquita

President of SPACE European network for business studies and languages

Alex Rayón Jerez

Vice-Rector for International Relations of University of Deusto

Vladimir Lakunin

Member of Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, President of Employers Union of the Rostov Region

Conference organizers

Don State Technical University,
Kragujevac University (Kragujevac, Serbia),
Liepaja University (Liepaja, Latvia)



Presentations

9.09.2020

  1. Denis Dubover (DSTU, Russia): Media Communications and Multimedia Technologies projects.
  2. Dmitry Rudoy (DSTU, Russia): Agribusiness project “Dolina Dona”.
  3. Alexey Lysenko (DSTU, Russia): Institute of emerging technologies “X School” projects. New education model.
  4. Vladimir Zyryanov (DSTU, Russia): Intelligent transport system project. Education, Science and Practice.


10.09.2020

  1. Anabela Mesquita (SPACE, Belgium): The digital transformation and the workforce: current and future challenges for administrative positions.
  2. Dmitry Guzhelya (Russia – Land of Opportunity autonomous non-profit organization, Russia): Features of online teaching in the post-pandemic period.
  3. Alex Rayón Jerez (University of Deusto, Spain): The Digital Transformation of Jobs.
  4. Ivan Dyukarev (University of Deusto, Spain): Tuning Methodology for the Curriculum in the Globalized World.
  5. Irina Maevskaya (DSTU, Russia): ALLVET Project: aims, objectives & relevance in HE & VET.


11.09.2020

  1. Marjan Milošević (University of Kragujevac, Serbia): HE and VET alliance establishment according to Bologna Principles implementation via VET teachers' capacity building (ALLVET). Overview.
  2. Marija Snaidere (Liepaja University, Latvia): Development of a flexible, innovative and practical framework for Work-based Learning in higher education of Armenia and Russia (FlexWBL). Overview.
  3. Vladislav Soleny (PJSC CB «Center-invest», Russia): Financial_Literacy Center.
  4. Alex Rayón Jerez (University of Deusto, Spain): Work Based Learning Model at the University of Deusto.




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Address

DSTU, Rostov-on-Don, Gagarin Square, 1