How does today's apprentice become tomorrow's competent employee? The training is intended for internship supervisors of both schools and companies. The training covers the organization, supervision, evaluation, feedback of the internship; qualifications, and levels.
|Training institution name||OÜ Yebisu Eesti|
|Name of the curriculum||Internship Supervisor Training|
|Curriculum group||Subject teachers training|
|Study volume, study structure||The total volume of the training is 48 academic hours, of which 24 hours are classroom work and 24 hours are independent work.|
|The basis for curriculum development||Level 5 and 6 vocational teacher professional standard competencies B.2.3, B.2.4, and B.2.7.|
|Target group||Internship supervisors.|
|Conditions for starting studies||Secondary or vocational education|
|Learning objective||Graduates of the course understand the nature of the vocational training internship system and create the best conditions for the learner to complete and learn from company internships.|
|Learning outcomes||By the end of the training, the learner: understands the vocational training internship system as a whole; understands the nature of output-based learning, the role of internships in the learning process, and the roles of different parties in the internship process; supervises the trainee based on the principles of supervision and the level of the EstQF; evaluates the achievement of practice outputs and provides constructive feedback; creates the best conditions for the trainee to complete the internship.|
|Learning content ||Qualifications framework and its levels, output-based learning and curriculum, and their relation to the professional standard. Learning from experience. Roles and responsibilities of different parties in the internship process.|
Planning and conducting the internship process. Practice documentation.
Guidance principles and hazards. Purposeful guidance. Supervisor personality and competencies.
Problem areas related to practice. Case studies with solutions.
Evaluation of practice. Principles of effective feedback and referral. Evaluation criteria as a basis for feedback. 360-degree feedback.
Learning from each other through guided discussion and sharing experiences. Summarizing and concluding. Creating an internship supervisor profile based on feedback.
|Study methods||Mini-lectures, group work, practical tasks, self and group analysis, study circle, group discussions.|
|Study materials ||Material prepared by the trainer.|
|Conditions for graduation||Attendance at least 80% of classroom hours; submission of independent work.|
|Issued documents||A certificate is issued to a student who has acquired the learning outcomes and passed the assessment. A student who did not participate in the assessment or did not pass the assessment will be issued a proof of participation in the training and the topics covered.|
|Trainer qualification||Higher education, adult education experience.|
Anu Vaagen- graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Tartu. Adult educator on Level 7. She is a member of the board and a trainer in OÜ Yebisu Eesti. Has worked in vocational education for a long time and has been involved in curriculum creation and teaching methodology development. Participates in international study development projects and co-operates in this field with both educational institutions and companies.
Raili Laas - graduated from Vocational Pedagogy at the University of Tartu and business management in Estonian Business School master's program. She is a member of the board, trainer, and coach in OÜ Yebisu Eesti. Has worked in vocational education for a long time and has been involved in curriculum creation and teaching methodology development. Participates in international study development projects and co-operates in this field with both educational institutions and companies