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									      Understand
  European Energy Supply Security
Management Co-ordinators UNDER way
   towards STANDard indicators for
           continuous VET

         A short summary
  What are we going to do?
• We will establish a training and
  education programme
• aimed at restoring and maintaining
  the competence of emergency
  planners and emergency operators
• in European energy supply security
  management.
a)explore the existing competencies and
  skills among security and safety co-
  ordinators and identify their respective
  potential; this is what we call a
  European system for Occupational
  Standards for the energy supply
  security management sector;
b) identify eventual barriers, problems or
  malfunctions in the adoption of
  common training instruments and
  practices on all levels (European,
  national, regional and local);
c) identify good practice among
participants, as well as of similar entities
at pan-European level;
d) develop a strategy for transition to
common training instruments and
practices for the participating energy
supply security management co-
ordinators, defining the required
methods, tools and action plans, and
finally,
e) jointly create pilot training platforms
What kind of products will be tested and
             implemented?
• will present a White Paper on European
  system for Occupational Standards for the
  energy supply security management
  sector
• review all current national and
  transnational policies on energy supply
  management with a view to distilling
  essential drivers, future trends and current
  best practice
• produce a document based upon this
  research, which will seek to inform all of
  our other activities.
• will be followed by a validation system that
  takes into account education, cultural and
  socio-economic differences throughout the
  energy supply security management
  sector.
        Training platforms
• The powerful training platform will be
  based on different training aspects, such
  as emergency preparedness, risk
  communication, safety management
  systems training that derives from the
  White Paper analysis.
• The project will also conceptualise and
  produce a glossary of terms for the
  European energy supply security
  management co-ordinators.
• In order for the staff engaged to undertake
  the training, it will be initially formatted in
  English and then translated into other
  European languages
     What type of products?
• The products which will be to the benefit
  for the end-users, that is energy supply
  security management co-ordinators, are
  as follows:
• CD-ROM, Internet web site connection,
  with the possibilities to get on-line, short
  DVD-movie, handbooks, guidelines.
               Partners
• Swedish Energy Agency
• SecLink AB, Sweden
• V S B Technical University of Ostrava,
  Czech
• ABC DIALOG, Denmark
• The National Emergency Supply
  Agency, NESA (Finland)
• Lithuanian Energy Institute
•   KCEM AB, Sweden
•   University of Zilina, Slovak
•   University of Cranfield, England
•   Link Consulting sas, Italy
 Work packages and there leadpartners
      (LP) and copartners (CoP)
• WP 1    Project Management:
  LP: Seclink; CoP: Swedish Energy Agency
• WP 2    Strategical Framework Analysis
  (the White paper):
  LP: Cranfield; CoP: SecLink
• WP 3 Methodological and
  Pedagogical Training Instruments:
  LP:NESA; CoP: VSB
 Work packages and there lead-
        and copartners
• WP 4 Conceptual Training Model for
  UNDERSTAND:
  LP: Swedish Energy Agency; CoP Link
  Consulting
• WP 5 Valorisation and Dissemination:
  LP: VSB; CoP: Link Consulting
• WP 6 Evaluation and Quality
  Management Plan:
  LP: ABC Dialog; CoP: SecLink
              WP 1 SecLink
          October 2006 – September 2008, 24 months.


• Overall co-ordination in order to fulfil the
  demands stated for a Pilot Project;
• Will be responsible for the day-to-day
  traffic, organisation, internal information as
  well as quality control, including legals and
  audit;
• Responsible for time planning,
  deliverables and milestones and the
  relations to National Agency.
              WP2 Cranfield
       October 2006 – August 2007, 10 months

• Work Package 2, strategical framework analysis,
  is responsible for making use of a state of the art
  survey to develop a White Paper on European
  system for Occupational Standards for the
  energy supply security management sector.
  These benchmarks for emergency planners and
  emergency operators are for knowledge that will
  enable decision-makers in both the public and
  private sectors to create a more resilient energy
  system.
                  WP3 NESA
                                                .
          January 2007 – December 2007, 12 months

• To develop pedagogical support (learning
  material) for training and courses based on
  results of other WP, in particular WP 1 and 2;
• To prepare teaching material for
  trainers/instructors and basic pedagogical
  instruments for occasional trainers/instructors;
• To develop e-learning version of the most
  important parts of learning material
• To develop training versions on main training
  delivery routes:
   WP 4 Swedish Energy Agency
           November 2007 – August 2008, 10 months


• To develop training support and training model
  for training and courses based on results of
  other WP, in particular WP 2 and 3;
• To test the teaching material for
  trainers/instructors and basic pedagogical
  instruments for occasional trainers/instructors;
• To test the e-learning version of the most
  important parts of learning material
                 WP 5 VSB
       October 2006 – September 2008, 24 months


• Describe on one hand how the project
  results will be disseminated during and
  after the project respectively. On the other
  hand, it shows how to ensure from the
  beginning that the results can be exploited
  successfully.
                WP 6 ABC
            October 2005 – September 2008

• To contribute to a quality management
  system during the full lifespan of the
  project
• To provide an evaluation of the network
  as a whole, with a focus on both outcome
  and process
• To evaluate the operation and
  management of the project, in particular
  the role of the contractor and the partners

								
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