PEER LEARNING – Key competences in lifelong learning

Andrea Lilli
26 May 2021

The peer learning activity was led by Szalézi Intézmény Fenntartó (‘Salesian Education Board’) – Hungary
Form: online

Time: 26th – 27th May, 2021


Wednesday 26th of May, 2021

9.00h – 9.15h

Welcome address and warm-up time
Gábor Winkler and József Halász

9.15h – 9.45h

General background / short summary on key competence development working group
József Halász, headmaster, SZAMALK-Salesian VET Institute

9. 45h – 10.45h

Quality assurance and teacher-trainer competence development in the Hungarian formal VET
Katalin, Molnárné Stadler, EQAVET expert and consultant

10.45 – 11.45h

Best practices in competence development for VET teachers
Anikó Salamon, Budapest VET Center of Economics

11.45h – 13.00h

Lunch break

13.00h – 14.00h

Best practices in competence development durung student mobilities
László Varga, deputy headmaster, META-Don Bosco VET Institute

14.00h – 15.00h

Best practices of cross-professional competence development
Andrea Kupovits, Adrienn Rózsás, teachers from SZAMALK-Salesian VET Institute

15.00h – 15.30h

Summarising session, feedbacks

Thursday 27th of May, 2021

9.00h – 10.00h

Professional foreign language skills development
Krisztina Juhász, teacher, head of foreign language department, SZAMALK-Salesian VET Institute

10.00h – 11.00h

Educational context of basic competence development
Katalin, Kovácsné Balla – Don Bosco Vocational Training School, Kazincbarcika

11.00h – 12.00h

Salesian education projects

  • Mariann Molnár, project leader (Salesian Special Needs Projects)
  • Balázs Puskás, project leader, Enable project

12.00h – 13.00h


13.00 – 14.00h

Key competence development in dual training context
László Lukács, CEO, Salesian Ltd.

14.00 – 14.30h

Feedback and closing session
Question & Answers

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