December 18, 2012 was held the monitoring of educational institutions, participants of the project funded by the European Union and implemented by the Institute ashamed of Gustav Stresemann and the Association “Union of educational institutions”, “Strengthening the development of social partnership in vocational education and training in Kyrgyzstan.” The first monitors visited Issyk Kul State University. At the university, we were met by Umut Abyshtaeva Tashtandyevna – Lecturer Department of Tourism IKGU, which helped monitor. EU Representative in Kyrgyzstan Farida Imashevne and a representative APTO – Zharkyn Keneshbekovna, it was interesting to find out if any of the project experts, teachers IKGU. And Umut Tashtandyevna explained that among the experts, there is no such that teachers IKGU only take part in the development of training modules and are, as experts in the development of professional standards. Just monitor the EU was interested in what camping Issyk Kul region, visited IKGU teachers. Among visited campsites were Green Yard and EkoTrek who are also partners IKGU, in the framework of the project. When visiting experts and professors campgrounds, focused on the contingent of tourists, the conditions of stay, possible partnerships and internship for students IKGU. Farid Imashevnu interested in the purpose of such a visit campgrounds, as a result, which is explained as the Umut Tashtandyevna University can analyze the competence of learning outcomes. Just wondered if the university with builders and whether professional standard developed works. This does not happen at this stage, as the Umut told Tashtandyevna as not yet passed the stage of testing developed modules. In connection with this answer of course it was called interest Farida Imashevny monitor the process of testing modules. As described Umut Tashtandyevna University is preparing an application for the next school year for the implementation of the developed modules as elective courses, for the implementation of which, the university has allocated additional hours in the profession guide guide. Next Umut Tashtandyevna told about the procedure for developing educational modules, together with employers and we were going on the basis of professional standards in a manner which trained experts of the project, each unit being prescribed individually on skills, abilities and competencies. By working out of the project, is developing a system of assessment and certification of qualifications based on learning outcomes developed modules. Creating a range of stakeholders involved in the project on the assessment and certification of qualifications.
Next, the path followed in monitoring vocational school №14, which is also the most active member of the working group of the schools, where we were met by Bakyt Kubanychbekovich – director of the Lyceum and teachers. The first question from the monitors was to grant confirmation document of completion of additional courses on the development of running school in the project. As told to us Bakyt Kubanychbekovich, diploma courses on additional high school does not issue as specified by the law, they can not be granted state diplomas at rates of less than 10 months. Therefore, high school issues certificates confirming the passage of the courses. In connection with this answer Farid Imashevnu wondered why the high school did not teach after the 11th grade. Due to the fact that this one-year course in Tourist guide profession, it is not in demand among the students, so it was more effective to create a paid additional courses to attract those who need it on a voluntary basis. It also helps to maintain the image quality of education provided to the face, because the certificates and diplomas of the lyceum №14 trusted and traded in the CIS countries, especially in Russia. Like other schools, Farid Imashevnu interested in the process of developing educational modules in the lyceum №14.
As a result, the meeting took place the following discussion:
– Teachers noted that experts of the project we were given terms of reference under which we worked and created the educational modules. In the beginning, we received a profession, to which were the terms of reference. Employers from Bishkek sent us a draft of professional standard, from which we have already otchlenyali and supplemented. According to the development of modules, we have made some adjustments to the document, as we were allowed to do so – said the teacher Mozheyun Arly. The same interest was aroused by the process of writing and correction modules. – “We got on the last seminar on writing technical task modules on the basis of professional standards developed previously, employers. Continuing consultation with teachers, employers and practitioners, prescribed on the basis of existing knowledge of each training program, taking into account all comments. Our developed module also allows you to train individually, we have included as illustrations for a deeper perception.