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[EMC-LM 2nd convention] European MOOCs for the labour market by George Ubachs, EADTU

[EMC-LM 2nd convention] European MOOCs for the labour market by George Ubachs, EADTU. 19 February 2021

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[EMC-LM 2nd convention] European MOOCs for the labour market by George Ubachs, EADTU

  1. 1. European MOOCs for the Labour Market CC-BY 4.0 1
  2. 2. 2 Founding partners >3,000 MOOCs 400 higher education institutions 5 Languages
  3. 3. The current situation is hindering the breakthrough of MOOC programmes and online continuous education / CPD • Response to growing demand for shorter programmes Offering more relevant, high quality and recognised online offerings • Response to lack of clarity on qualifications; Microcredentials (CMF) European MOOC Consortium Labour Market
  4. 4. Create a structure and dialogue, defining the role of MOOC platforms, universities, employmentservices and companies/sectors in organizing MOOCs and digital continuous education and training To empower universities,employment services and companiesin (co- )developing, (co-)delivering and using MOOCs for CE, CPD/CVT in order to integrateMOOCs and digitaleducationand training in current offerings EU-wide
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES • Provide high quality,highly relevant and recognised MOOCs for the labourmarket • Extend continuouseducationand professional career developmentfor the EU labourmarket • Enhance the qualityand strength of the European workforce in terms of employability,innovationand entrepreneurship • Create a framework for structural collaboration onthe development,delivery and use of MOOCs • Raise competitivenessof regions and members states
  6. 6. Goal of the 2nd convention The second Conventionof the knowledge alliance will take place in order to present MOOC offeringsand the microcredentialframework and to discuss ways forwardto integrate MOOCs and MOOC-based programmesin training provisionsfor the labour market. Invited are: • MOOC platforms, • Universities and university networks, • Public employment services, • Sectoral organizations, • Companies, • Social partners and • Policy makers from the European Commission and national governments.
  7. 7. Position paper EMC-LM stakeholder messages The positionpaper reflects the state of the art of MOOCs and online learningin each of the stakeholder organizations. It is completed by a message of the respective stakeholders to the conventionon their role regarding the future development of MOOCs and digital learning opportunitiesfor the labour market.
  8. 8. Message MOOC Platforms MOOC platforms and universities collaborate with private and public labour market organisations: sectors, enterprises, ministries and public agencies. They deliver and co-create with these organisations MOOCs and MOOCs pathways for employment and innovation which after assessment are awarded with CMF microcredential . These are stackable to wider certified programmes and academic degrees. Due to the crisis, more and more people have to change from a particular sector to another branch or business. Microcredentials can facilitate this by retraining people. They are able to deliver comprehensive services for the organisation of high quality continuous professional development of their workforce in sectors, companies and public services, reducing the cost by flexibility and scalability. This can include a specific training platform for a company or a sector (private or public), eg a dedicated company space, a white label platform or other specifc arrangements.
  9. 9. Message Public employment agencies In EU countries, public employment services (PES) are the authoritiesthatconnect jobseekers with employers. Althoughstructureddifferently in each country, all PES help match supply and demand on the labour market throughinformation, placement and active support servicesat local, nationaland European level. Public employment agenciesorganisea network ofregional and sub-regional competence and training centers for employment, innovation andcareer guidance. They host as welle-learning centers where learners can find courses at all levels. In many cases, theycooperate with the private sector. So far, public employment services have onlya limited experience with MOOCs. However, MOOCs are attractive to them because of their quality, flexibility, scalability and cost. For the targetgroupsof PES, it is important that MOOCs have a modular structure consistingof small learning unitsto be affordable for learners at work. Learners atwork need sometimes bite-sized pieces of learning. Also, awarding microcredentials is important, althoughnotall learners requesta qualification. MOOCs might fasten learning in particular areasor sectors, whichis really needed, eg regarding digitalization. In COVID-times, rapid responseshave to be given, for example in teacher trainingand healthcare/nursing. MOOCs are also useful for training transversal 21st century skills. (creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, information literacy, adaptability, leadership, social skills andproductivity. )
  10. 10. From the point of view of public employmentservices, there is a need for a comprehensive approach to blended and onlinelearning opportunitieswhich includespedagogical, organisational and technological aspects. There are no Europeansolutionsor references for such an approach, which could be implemented atthe nationalor regionallevel. Such an approach would also includethetraining of trainers. Nextto other providers, MOOC platformsand higher education institutions could have a role in this.
  11. 11. Message sectoral organisations and companies Public and private sectors have created sectoral fundsfor educationandtrainingby whichall companies (SMEs and large businesses) can fund training initiatives for their workforce. They serve a large variety of learners fromthe lowly qualified to the highly qualified. Companies are not yet familiar with digital training. Therefore, a multiple approach is needed combining digital and face to face learning. Some sectors develop digital learning platforms for enterprises integrating all learning initiatives of the sector. In some countries, also the public sector is cooperating with MOOC platforms, for example for the in-service training of teachers or for training civilservants in theiradministration, reaching out to massive numbersof learners. Next to a general platformwithfree courses, MOOC platformsprovide aswell specific company spaces, white label platforms or voucher systems for individual private companies. By doing this, theycreate a new learning environment facilitatingthe uptake of learning pathwaysby employees. They can selectMOOCs pathways for their company at a reduced cost which can be awarded by CMF microcredentials. Guiding learners and offering structured learning pathways awarded with (micro)credentials will support the motivation of learners and avoid drop-out. Social learning is also important to supportmotivationand for constructing knowledge.
  12. 12. Message of Universities Universitiesare rethinking policiesand strategiesfor higher education for continuing education and professional development for which onlinesolutionsare needed to Increase accessibility flexibility and scalability. Thisrespondsto the needs for continuing education and professionaldevelopmentin society. In the framework of these new developments, microcredentialswill stimulatethe modularization of continuing educationand willmake this better accessiblefor learners. Microcredentialswill be stackableto wider shortlearning and degree programs. In some universities, also academic master programswillbe organized in a modular way offering academic microcredentialswith a professionalorientation for alumnialready atwork. In this process, universitiesincreasingly collaboratewith companiesand sectors for the co- creation under many modalities, eg needs analysis, offering internshipsor theco-creation of content. University alliances(EUI) and other university networkshave started with newinitiatives for continuing education and professional development using onlinelearning opportunitiesand MOOCs. Thisnew developmentwill lead to innovative new educational formatsand pedagogies. Collaboration willalso improve quality and a better coverage of a European-wide market.
  13. 13. Message of governmentsand EU Governmentsare developingstrategic plansfor continuing education and professional development in which both the ministries of education and labour are involved. However, in most European countries this processis goingslowly. Also because of the COVID crisis a sense ofurgency is increasing and governements foresee specific funding for professional developmentand vocational training. Part of thisfunding is comingfromthe European Union’s Recovery Plan. Governments should introduce a dialogue between all stakeholders: universities, sectors and companies, public employmentservices. This dialogue shouldbe extendedto the social partners. All should be aware of the potential of online learning opportunities and MOOCs because of their quality, flexibility and scalability. The European Union is promoting education and training for the labour market by innovation in higher education (HE-Innovate), Smart specialisation, university-business cooperation initiatives, enhancing LM relevance and outcomes of HE.
  14. 14. BREAKOUT SESSIONS 5 Breakout sessions Group 1: led by Kate Sandars Group 2: led by Catherine Mongenet Group 3: led by Matthew Hodges Group 4: led by PierpaoloLimone – Anna Dipace Group 5: led by George Ubachs – Piet Henderikx
  15. 15. Expected outcomes of the breakout sessions Discuss ways forward to integrate MOOCs and MOOC-based programmes in training provisions for the labour market • Are labour market organisations ready to work with MOOCs and online learning opportunities? Answers by: companies, sectors, Public employment services, Public services • What conditions have to be fulfilled to integrate MOOCs and online learning opportunities in the training programmes for the labour market Answers by: companies, sectors, Public employment services, Public services • How are we going to establish and sustain the dialogue between the MOOC platforms, universities and the labour market?