Bulgaria The Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” - JOBeL-Bio

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2002
-
BG/02/B/F/PP
-
132106

The

objectives

of

the

JOBeL
-
Bio

project

are

to

develop

an

innovative

programme

for

vocational

training

in

biotechnology

on

the

basis

of

dissemination

measures

in

respect

to

adaptation

and

upgrading

of

the

already

existing

BioINEP

project

No

BG/
99
/
2
/
013063
/PI/II
.
1
.
1
.
c/FPC

"Vocational

Training

in

Biotechnology

Innovations

and

Environment

Protection

(BioINEP)"

outcomes

and

to

provide

assistance

to

people

from

the

target

groups

to

choose

the

appropriate

training

for

improving

their

qualification
.


Partnership


KaHo Sint Lieven
,
Gent, Belgium


Scientific Research Department of the Sofia University



“St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria


The Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Faculty of Biology
,




Sofia, Bulgaria


Institute of Microbiology
,
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
,



Bulgaria


Federation of Trade Unions

-

Health Services
,


Sofia, Bulgaria


“Marie Curie” Association
,


Plovdiv, Bulgaria


Geneza Ltd.,



Gotze Delchev, Bulgaria



The University of Perugia, General Pathology Section,



Perugia, Italy


The University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education
,


Ljubljana, Slovenia

JOBeL
-
Bio aims

Performing dissemination actions

during all project life
-

formation of

dissemination groups at partners'

institutions and building effective infrastructure

and working plan for dissemination


Enlargement of the target groups

and levels toward new audience,

new educational organizations, new

public and private sectors, new

territorial levels


Identification of target

groups' and related

economic sectors and

their needs

Providing assistance to

people looking for the

appropriate job and needing

the suitable qualification


Target sectors

Biotechnology


Medicine


Farming


Agriculture


Veterinary Medicine


Chemical industry


Food / Feed industry


Environmental sector


Target organizations


Educational

organizations


Research

organizations


Economic

organizations


Results and Outcomes


An ODL learning system

aiming at creating job

opportunities in the field

of biotechnology and

environmental protection


Enlargement of the previous

Leonardo da Vinci First phase

programme in respect to

quality, safety and

prevention
-

key to long
-
term

success of qualification in

biotechnology on European

labour market

New modules for

upgrading the previous

project content


Increase in efficiency of

workforce and enhancement

of employability


JOBeL
-
Bio project is committed to contribute
to sustainable development



Meeting the market needs of
people with high qualification in
biotechnology



Creating new opportunities for
unemployed, people with
insufficient or without qualification
to enhance their competitiveness
on the labour market of increasing
demands



Offering innovative flexible and
effective training methods and
scheme having no need to leave
the workplace



Offering work
-
related programme
using job
-
specific content


Labour market


JOBeL
-
Bio project is committed to contribute
to sustainable development


Trends in education



Offering computer
-
based learning
solutions and benefiting from the
many advantages of this type of
learning: flexibility, effectiveness,
cost
-
effectiveness, minimal
technical requirements, uniformity



Revolutionizing educational and
cultural communities in order to
speed up changes in education
and training systems for Europe's
move to a knowledge
-
based
society



Harmonizing the policies in the
field of educational technology
and sharing partners' experience



Addressing the education needs
of the changing world in life
sciences

JOBeL
-
Bio project is committed to contribute
to sustainable development


Targeting managers

and employers



Eliminating the need of
expensive seminars and time
away from office



Multi
-
user training
environment



Monitoring employees'
progress



Job
-
oriented learning



Increased productivity



Economic impact


Supporting small and medium
sized businesses to help them
grow and become more
competitive, having the most
skilled and high qualified
employees



Working together with
business community to look at
specific objectives and needs
of enterprises and other
institutions in biotechnological
sector



Contributing to development
of local economies building
the European knowledge
-
driven economy


JOBeL
-
Bio project is committed to contribute
to sustainable development



Expanding into new areas
-

new regions in Bulgaria, Italy,
Hungary, and new countries
-

Slovenia and Belgium


Targeting new groups
-

young
graduates and
undergraduates, young
workers and managers,
people with low qualification
or whose qualification needs
upgrading


Continuously improving the
existing dissemination
scheme


Creating new types of
dissemination strategic
measures


Driving innovation in
technology, services and e
-
reality


JOBeL
-
Bio project is committed to contribute
to sustainable development


Gaining new targets

for dissemination


New Trends 1

Biotechnological

Sector, Labour Market and JOBeL
-
Bio

In today's fast moving world, you are supposed to keep abreast.


Problems

to

be

solved
:



Lack

of

resources

in

underdeveloped

countries
;



Threat

of

particular

dangerous

illnesses
;



Severe

economic

downturn

in

recent

years
;



Increasing

level

of

unemployment
;



A

particularly

steep

decline

in

traditional

employment

opportunities

Factors
:



Flourishing biotech sector;



Rapid growth in technology sector and
innovations in ICT

The

way

of

JOBeL
-
Bio




Meeting

the

training

needs

of

the

rapidly

changing

world

in

life

sciences

within

the

objectives

for

learning
;



Strengthening

a

broad

education

in

life

sciences
;



Creating

a

training

programme

for

upgrading

of

the

previous

curriculum

and

promotion

of

alternative

education
;



Refreshing

the

current

competence

of

the

workforce

in

the

target

areas
.



Exploring

the

opportunity

to

establish

efficient

methods

to

match

a

skilled

workforce

with

job

opportunities

in

the

field

of

biotechnology

and

environment

protection

by

dissemination

measures

New Trends 2

Training/Learning and JOBeL
-
Bio

Learning is a continuous process.

JOBeL
-
Bio

vocational

training

programme



Compulsory

and

optional

courses

according

to

the

initial

level

of

competence

of

target

groups



Apprenticeship,

work
-
linked

training,

and

life

long

learning

-

the

main

training

models



The

method

of

case

study

(or

problem
-
based

learning)

-

testing

through

real
-
life

crises

to

solve

problems

Applying

technologies

to

training



Choosing

the

"off
-
the

shelf"

technology
-
based

training,

combining

technology
-
based

training

with

"traditional"

paper
-
based

training



Exploring

and

evaluating

the

possible

roles

of

technology
-
enabled

learning

services



Using

computer
-
based

learning

materials

in

the

workplace
;



Tutors

can

use

outputs

from

computerized

assessment

or

evaluation

tools

to

support

their

follow
-
up

with

individual

learners



Identifying

the

range

of

competencies

which

can

be

acquired

through

this

type

of

education



Programme

is

work
-
related

and

with

job
-
specific

and

adult
-
oriented

content



Programme

has

to

be

more

complex,

more

motivating

and

more

relevant

for

adults

and

their

professional

needs



Computer
-
assisted

assessment



A

chance

for

more

effective

and

fair

feedback

and

dissemination

of

the

outcomes

and

information

on

the

project

results


New Trends 3

New Economy

The main goal is the market.

New

Economy

Groundwork



New

information

and

biotechnologies



Boom

at

ICT

sector



Knowledge
-
based

development

JOBeL
-
Bio

steps



Improving

of

the

range

and

quality

of

expertise



Developing

close

relationship

with

business,

and

academic

and

scientific

community,

supporting

organizations



Strong

teamwork

-

with

suppliers,

customers,

partners,

universities,

and

between

managers

and

employees



Transforming

the

way

the

students

learn

-

learning

as

complex,

flexible,

task
-
,

real
-
life
-

and

relevant

solutions
-
oriented

process



Application

to

previous

BioINEP

project

scheme

for

improving

training

models

and

methods


Knowledge
-
Driven

Economy



The

Europe's

distinctive

capabilities

in

the

global

economy

-

knowledge,

skills

and

creativity,

and

high
-
qualified

individuals

with

the

vision

to

turn

new

ideas

into

winning

products

and

processes



Biotechnology

and

ICT

technologies

for

new

society

and

economy



The

expansion

of

knowledge

base

and

the

unprecedented

speed

in

transformation

of

frontier

scientific

inventions

into

practical

use

and

products



Old

industries

are

being

regenerated

and

new

enterprises

are

emerging,

offering

the

kind

of

skill
-
based

jobs

that

sustain

knowledge
-
based

economies


New Trends 4

Dissemination

JOBeL

Measures

The

project

is

based

on

the

measure

"dissemination

of

results

of

previous

projects"

and

foresees

enlargement

of

the

target

directions
:

new

industrial

and

educational

institutions,

target

groups,

target

regions
.

The

upgraded

computer
-
based

programme

will

be

disseminated

among

wider

academic

and

business

audience
.


Employability

JOBeL
-
Bio

programme

addresses

the

priority

"Employability"

within

the

frames

of

Measure

II

6

-

specific

item

"Proposal

based

on

the

results

of

previous

projects",

point

1

-

Dissemination
.

It

provides

an

understanding

of

what

competence

is

most

appropriate

to

create

an

efficient

job
-
oriented

programme

in

Biotechnology

and

Environment

protection
.


Biotech

market



Corresponding

to

Community

policy

for

improving

quality

of

life

and

management

of

human

resources

through

harmonization

of

vocational

training

process

and

practices

in

Biotechnology

and

European

Food

and

Safety

Legislation
;



Introducing

the

EU

requirements

for

implementation

of

ACE

production

principle
;



Enriching

quality

and

safety

focused

thinking

in

production

and

trade

activities

to

meet

world

quality

standards

(ISO,

HACCP,

HAZOP)
.


Educational

Offer

An

innovative

training

methodology,

based

on

new

technologies

and

ODL

principles,

which

improves

the

skills

and

abilities

in

the

target

field

through
:

basic

and

advanced

training

within

the

project

objectives
;

adaptation

and

redirection

of

the

programme

into

other

related

sectors

of

economy
;

new

tools

for

study

in

biotechnology
.

Feedback

We

know

the

importance

of

information
:




Building

trust

and

credibility

and

learning

to

be

more

open

through

transparent

communicational

strategies




Reliability

of

data,

assured

through

obtaining

comments

and

feedback

by

end
-
users

and

supporting

organizations




Organization

of

the

testing

phase

of

the

programme

within

the

partnership

and

supporting

network

for

establishment

the

rationality

of

the

models

of

training

and

project

products




Approval

and

accreditation

of

the

programme

by

relevant

assessment

and

accreditation

organizations
.


Tell us and we will do it.

PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

Scientific

Research

Department

of

the

Sofia

University

"St
.

Kliment

Ohridski"

(NIS
-
SU),

Bulgaria,

is

the

JOBeL
-
Bio

project

contractor,

and

has

been

the

contractor

of

the

BioINEP

project,

which

achievements

are

upgraded

by

JOBeL
-
Bio
.

NIS
-
SU

is

an

independent

structure

of

the

Sofia

University

with

main

activity

in

management

and

implementation

of

scientific,

research

and

counseling

practices

of

the

University
.

It

facilitates

transfer

of

scientific

knowledge

from

Bulgarian

universities

and

academic

and

research

organizations

to

relevant

industrial

organizations
.

The

project

contractor

is

responsible

for

organization

and

ruling

of

all

contractual

and

financial

matters

within

the

project

activities,

as

well

as

managing

the

adaptation

/

elaboration

of

training

modules

of

the

programme,

dissemination

activities,

and

coordination

of

the

project

partnership
.


PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

Faculty

of

Biology

of

the

Sofia

University

"St
.

Kliment

Ohridski",

Bulgaria,

is

the

coordinating

institution

of

the

JOBeL
-
Bio

project,

as

well

as

of

the

previous

BioINEP

project
.

The

Sofia

University

is

the

largest

Bulgarian

educational

institution

responsible

for

education

of

more

than

30

000

students

annually
.

The

University

offer

the

project

partnership

its

professional

competence

and

experience

in

the

sphere

of

training

and

methodology,

as

well

as

in

the

field

of

biotechnology,

and

contributes

with

its

well
-
developed

dissemination

infrastructure

for

popularization

of

the

project

outcomes
.

The

Sofia

University

is

responsible

for

the

efficient

development

of

the

project

specific

actions,

achievement

of

the

project

main

tasks

and

monitoring

and

coordination

of

project

phases
.

It

takes

care

for

establishment

and

support

of

close

links

with

different

partners

for

realization

of

project's

objectives
.

PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

KaHo

Sint

Lieven

-

Gent
,

Belgium

is

a

leading

technical

university

with

a

field

of

competence

in

applied

sciences,

biotechnology,

and

environmental

protection
.

It

offers

the

project

partnership

professional

competence

in

analysis

and

control

of

biotechnological

processes

and

products,

as

well

as

in

bioremediation

and

environment

management
.

Its

experience

in

leading

international

projects

in

Quality

Management

and

Biosafety

of

Food

Products

contributes

to

the

project

partnership

with

expertise

in

the

application

of

new

technologies

in

the

area

of

biotechnology

and

training
.

KaHo

Sint

Lieven

participates

in

all

phases

of

the

project
.


PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

Institute

of

Microbiology,

Bulgarian

Academy

of

Sciences
,

Bulgaria,

is

a

major

research

centre

with

main

activities

in

the

field

of

general

and

applied

microbiology,

environment

protection,

virology,

and

immunology
.

The

Institute

of

Microbiology

assists

the

project

partnership

with

professional

competence

and

knowledge

in

adaptation

and

upgrade

of

project's

training

materials
.

The

experience

in

international

projects'

organization

contributes

to

the

local

management

activities

and

assurance

of

smooth

project

life
.


PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

Federation

of

Trade

Unions

-

Health

Services
,

Bulgaria,

has

the

expert

potential

at

different

levels

of

healthcare,

medical

science

and

education,

and

social

services
.

It

provides

the

project

partnership

with

specialized

experience

in

performance

of

projects

oriented

toward

introduction

of

innovative

standards

and

practices

in

education,

qualification,

and

professional

improvement
.

The

Federation

contributes

to

the

project

accomplishment,

promoting

better

social

dialogue

in

the

frames

of

project's

objectives

and

beneficiaries
.

PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

"Marie

Curie"

Association,

Plovdiv
,

Bulgaria,

is

a

non
-
profit,

non
-
governmental

organization

with

main

activities

in

the

social

sphere
.

It

offers

the

project

partnership

its

experience

in

education

and

employment

of

disabled

people
.

The

association

also

deals

with

searching

of

preferable

industry

branches

for

disabled,

and

is

well

experienced

in

management

and

participation

in

local

and

international

projects
.

It

participates

in

adaptation

of

the

project's

outcomes

and

in

dissemination

and

testing

activities
.


PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

Geneza

Ltd
.
,

Gotze

Delchev
,

Bulgaria,

is

an

innovative

company

specialized

in

the

field

of

EU

legislation

and

management

in

Biotechnology

and

Ecology
.

It

promotes

the

effective

adaptation

and

use

of

intellectual

property

rights

systems

in

technological

transfer

among

companies

and

between

industry

and

public

research

organizations,

in

particular
:

patent

protection

in

biotechnology

and

computer

implemented

inventions,

copyright

in

the

digital

age,

databases

security

and

design
.

"Geneza"

Ltd
.

offers

training

and

services

to

SMEs,

universities,

public

research

organizations,

and

especially

spin
-
off


companies,

facilitating

the

establishment

of

strategic

links

in

exploitation

and

transfer

of

knowledge
.

It

possesses

well
-
developed

cooperation

with

the

Sofia

University

and

universities,

colleges

and

schools

in

Southwestern

Bulgaria
.

"Geneza"

Ltd
.

works

closely

with

the

Social

Committee

of

the

Municipality

of

Gotze

Delchev

and

Trade

Unions

for

professional

orientation

of

specialists

in

different

branches
.

PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

The

University

of

Perugia,

General

Pathology

Section,

Perugia,

Italy,

is

a

part

of

one

of

the

oldest

educational

institutions

in

Europe

with

great

traditions

in

humanities,

art,

sciences,

especially

medicine

and

biology
.

General

Pathology

Section

has

a

significant

experience

in

leading

and

participation

in

international

cooperation

programmes

and

initiatives

of

EC
.

It

offers

the

project

partnership

excellent

local

management,

and

well
-
organized

structure

for

dissemination

at

national

and

international

levels,

and

participates

in

the

production

and

testing

phase

of

the

project
.

It

ensures

the

adaptation

of

the

project

outcomes

to

the

already

created

standards

within

the

project

"Biotechnet"

in

the

frames

of

Socrates

programme
.


PROJECT PARTNERSHIP

The

University

of

Ljubljana,

Faculty

of

Education,

Ljubljana
,

Slovenia,

is

an

institution

with

traditions

in

education
.

Its

staff

is

well

experienced

in

running

national

and

international

projects

in

various

fields
.

It

conducts

educational

work

and

scientific

research

with

a

special

emphasize

on

electronic

engineering

and

computer

science
.

It

contributes

to

the

project

development

with

its

competence

and

expertise

in

e
-
design

for

elaborating

teaching/training

programme

and

products
.

It

takes

part

in

the

dissemination

and

testing

activities,

and

different

events

for

popularization

of

project's

outcomes
.