Proceedings of the International Conference on the Development of Education in Russia and the CIS Member States (ICEDER 2018)

The Turin Process and the Development of Qualifications Frameworks for Working Specialties in Russia and European Countries

Authors
Maria Sinyagovskaya
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Maria Sinyagovskaya
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iceder-18.2018.26How to use a DOI?
Keywords
turin process, vocational educational systems, Europe, Russia, transparency of education, Copenhagen Process, comparative features, dual vocational education, working specialties
Abstract
The article discusses the process of developing vocational education in a number of EU countries and Russia in the context of the Turin process. Comparative features of vocational education systems of Germany, Poland, Finland, and Denmark are revealed. The genesis of dual vocational education and the difference in educational goals in the compared countries is studied, the arguments of the choice of countries for comparison are presented. The features of European support for dual vocational education, as well as general and excellent educational goals and objectives in the compared countries are outlined.
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