Synthesis Report : “ECVET Implementation in Russia and Uzbekistan”

The Synthesis Report aims to provide an overview of whether and to what extent the existing qualification system in Russia and Uzbekistan provide the necessary conditions for accommodating the implementation of ECVET. Overall the Report aims to provide: an overview understanding of the ECVET tool – key principles and technical components; an overview of the necessary conditions for ECVET implementation – especially from the national context perspective; an overview of the progress of ECVET implementation across EU Members States; a mapping of the current state of affairs in the national qualification system of Russia and Uzbekistan in relation to the identified necessary conditions and key technical specifications for ECVET implementation.

State of Affairs in VET: “The Russian Framework for ECVET Implementation. Analysis of the main Areas Relating to the Implementation of ECVET in Russia”

The report is devoted to the description of the Russian system of vocational education and training (VET) in conjunction with higher education (HE). An overview, VET context, legislative regulations, quality assurance, national qualifications system and other aspects are described from the point of view of subsequent ECVET implementation. The report is a deliverable of the project ‘Piloting ECVET to the national VET system of Russia and Uzbekistan’. Relevance and credibility to Bologna, Copenhagen and Torino processes is outlined.The development principles of VET study programmes are observed in the learning environment regulated by the Russian federal state educational standards and occupational standards. Previous attempts of ECVET implementation are also reviewed. Qualification levels, which correspond to ETF sufficiently, are listed in the Annex.

State of affairs in VET: “The UZBEK framework for ECVET implementation. Analysis of the main areas relating to the implementation of ECVET in Uzbekistan”

This Report describes the modern structure of the education system of the Republic of Uzbekistan, in particular, the system of secondary specialized vocational education that has been reformed in the last decade in accordance with the National Program for the Personnel Training, and educational programs implemented in Uzbekistan in the field of vocational education.

The report consists of the following sections: Uzbek VET Context; overview of the VET Context; National Qualification System (NQS) and VET; quality assurance system, accreditation, recognition.

Special attention is given to the analysis of key areas affecting the implementation of the European ECVET credit system in Uzbekistan.

RUECVET Policy Recommendation Report (Russia) 

Recommendation for the implementation of ECVET in post-secondary non-tertiary vocational education and training of the Russian Federation based on the outcomes of the Erasmus+ project

№ 574097-EPP-1-2016-1-CY-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP, 2016-32/001-001 «Piloting ECVET to the National VET System of Russia and Uzbekistan». The recommendation reflects the combined knowledge and experience of all eleven partners participating in the project. The relevance of testing the ECVET model with the subsequent application of European experience in domestic VET practice is due to trends that predetermine the development strategies of education as a socio-cultural institution in the context of the emerging post-industrial economy. The stages of ECVET implementation in the domestic VET system are presented in the «roadmap».

RUECVET Policy Recommendation Report (Uzbekistan)

A precise policy recommendation report with a specific set of recommendations and best practices for the transfer and adaptation of the ECVET tool in the national vocational system of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

The report is based on the collective results, input and outcomes of the project and is addressed to the decision makers, as well as a wide range of experts and stakeholders of the Republic of Uzbekistan for further elaboration of ECVET promotion policy in the national vocational sector.