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Programme of the National Conference on TVET “Quo Vadis TVET Serbia”
Belgrade, 26th and 27th November 2013

Tuesday, 26th November

10:00 – 11:00

REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS

11:00 – 11:30

Opening speeches
Nikola Tesla Ballrooms A, B

  • Professor Tomislav Jovanovic, PhD, Minister
    Ministry of  Education, Science and Technological Development
  • H.E. Heinz Wilhelm, Ambassador

German Embassy in Belgrade

11:30 – 12:30

Description of the current TVET situation in Serbia
Nikola Tesla Ballrooms A, B

  • Gojko Banovic, Head of the VET Centre, Institute for Improvement of  Education
  • Mirjana Kovacevic, Director of the Centre for Education and Vocational Training, Serbian Chamber of Commerce
  • Heinz-Dieter Harbers, Leader of the Project Reform of vocational education and training in Serbia, GIZ

12:30 – 12:45

Introduction to the afternoon session
 Nikola Tesla Ballrooms A, B

12:45 – 14:00

Lunch and coffee break

14:00 – 15:30

Framework and conditions for TVET
Nikola Tesla Ballroom B

  • Zoran Kostic, Assistant Minister
    Ministry of  Education, Science and Technological Development
  • Guido Lotz, GIZ consultant

Discussion – identification of bottlenecks, opportunities, suggestions and areas for further improvement

Implementation of TVET
Nikola Tesla Ballroom A

  • Ljiljana Reljic, Pedagogical Advisor
    Regional School Department Valjevo
  • Milan Vukobrat, President of the Association of Electro-technical Schools

Discussion – identification of bottlenecks, opportunities, suggestions and areas for further improvement

Cooperation and partnership in TVET
Lavender Room

  • Nebojsa Atanackovic, President of  the Serbian Association of Employers
  • Slavko Djokic, Director of Technical School in Pozega

Discussion – identification of bottlenecks, opportunities, suggestions and areas for further improvement

Acceptance of TVET /Career guidance as means of increasing
acceptance of TVET in society
Nikola Tesla Ballroom C

  • Vesna Vidojevic, Advisor to the Minister
    Ministry of Youth and Sport
  • Marija Dukic, Journalist of Magazine Biznis & Finansije

Discussion – identification of bottlenecks, opportunities, suggestions and areas for further improvement

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee break

16:00 – 17:00

Plenary – presentation of results of the previous four sessions
 Nikola Tesla Ballrooms A, B

17:00 – 17:15

Introduction to 2nd day
Nikola Tesla Ballrooms A, B

17:15 – 18.00

Time for visiting the exibition
Lavender Room

19h

Reception and dinner (20:00) at the hotel

Wednesday, 27th November

10:00 – 12:00

Presenting examples of good practice - secondary vocational schools in Serbia  

Nikola Tesla Ballrooms A

Nikola Tesla Ballrooms B

 

  • Polytechnical School, Kragujevac
  • Technical School “Drvo art”, Belgrade
  • Chemistry, Food-processing and 
  • Textile School “Uros Predic”, Zrenjanin
  • Politehnika – School for New Technologies, Belgrade
  • Technical School, Valjevo
  • Forestry School, Kraljevo
  • Technical GSP School, Belgrade

12:00 – 12:30

Coffee break

12:30 – 13:00

Summary of conference results, identification of bottlenecks and suggestions for overcoming them
Possibility of holding regional conference on TVET
Nikola Tesla Ballrooms A, B

  • Heinz-Dieter Harbers, Leader of the Project Reform of vocational education and training in Serbia, GIZ

13:00 – 13:15

Conference closing
Nikola Tesla Ballrooms A, B

  • Heinz-Dieter Harbers, Leader of the Project Reform of vocational education and training in Serbia, GIZ
  • Representative of the Ministry of  Education, Science and Technological Development

13:15

Lunch

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