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Pages: 3526-3533
Publication year: 2012
ISBN: 978-84-616-0763-1
ISSN: 2340-1095

Conference name: 5th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 19-21 November, 2012
Location: Madrid, Spain

SIMILARITIES IN INNOVATIVE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING SYSTEMS IN COUNTRIES SUCH AS MEXICO, GERMANY AND HUNGARY

R.A. Gómez Ortiz1, P.P. Millán Gómez2

1Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Escuela Superior de Comercio y Administración Unidad Santo Tomás (MEXICO)
2Henkel Mexicana S.A. de C.V. (MEXICO)
The aim of the research was: "Assess the management processes in the implementation of national programs for professional training in Germany, Hungary and Mexico, in order to identify their similarities." Cases of innovation in the three countries selected correspond to professional innovation studies conducted by the OECD in the period 2008 (OECD, 2010), of national reports on systemic innovation in Education and Professional Training (FP).

It was made a comparative assessment of the background, characteristics, implementation and results of the innovations that these countries followed in their professional educative system. A coincidence between them was that all aim to create a new professional training and develop professional profiles in the emerging fields of professional activity.

The cases selected were: in Germany the called "Circle of Innovation", in Hungary the "New National Register of professional training of Qualifications" and in Mexico “Upper Secondary Education Integral Reform”.

It was considered that education policies that frame the activity of educational institutions in different countries are defined using the guidelines of the various conferences on global education whose origin dates back to 1998 with the World Conference on Education for All held in Jomtien, and in the case of countries like Germany and Hungary also those policies established by the European Economic Community.

In the above context, and considering the different definitions of innovation by authors such as Mansfield (1963), Becker and Stafford (1967) and GP Paolillo (1987), Castillo (1999) that relate innovation with the development, it was adopted the conceptualization of systemic innovation of the OECD / CERI (2008), which is defined as "any type of dynamic for the change of the education system that seeks add value to educational processes and outcomes."
Some relevant results that countries agreed were: the lack of integration of key stakeholders in the planning process of innovation and the lack of a first-hand and complete information which generated resistance to change and therefore some difficulty in the implementation process.
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R.A. Gómez Ortiz, P.P. Millán Gómez (2012) SIMILARITIES IN INNOVATIVE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING SYSTEMS IN COUNTRIES SUCH AS MEXICO, GERMANY AND HUNGARY, ICERI2012 Proceedings, pp. 3526-3533.
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