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    Second Workshop on Methodologies for Occupational Competence Needs Analysis

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    On July 3rd to 5th, 2013, the Faculty for Technical and Vocational Education (Fakultas Pendidikan Teknologi dan Kejuruan – FPTK) of Indonesia University of Education (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia – UPI) organised a second workshop on methods of occupational competence needs analysis as a follow-up to the first workshop that took place February 13th to 15th, 2013. In the meantime, researchers from Namdinh University of Technology Education, Tongji University, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, UPI, and Yogyakarta State University had prepared occupational sector analyses, conducted expert workers’ workshops to identify core occupational tasks, and undertaken work process analyses to obtain deeper insights into work tasks in the areas of domestic electrical installation and furniture making. During the workshop the research results were presented and the research groups’ experiences in applying the research instruments were discussed. This approach not only led to the participants’ gaining a deepened understanding of the instruments but also gave insights into the interrelations of the framework conditions of application and quality of results. Finally, the participants discussed what material should be made available for teaching and the learning aids to facilitate the integration of the topic into vocational teacher education. The relevant material is to be produced in the framework of the RCP research and development project “Occupational Competence Needs Analysis as Basis for TVET Teacher Curriculum Development”.

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