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European Policy and Practice of Work Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training

Reg. Number: 587102-EPP-1-2017-1-RU-EPPJMO-MODULE

Duration: Start:01-09-2017 - End: 31-08-2020

Programme: ERASMUS+

Grant Holder: RSVPU

Link to European Commission Website

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Project Team

VitalyKopnov

Academic Coordinator,

Submodule Coordinator for Postgraduate Students

E-mail: vitalij.kopnov@rsvpu.ru    

Тел.: +79221455501

https://rsvpu.academia.edu/VitalyKopnov

Advisor and researcher in the field of University-College-Enterprise Cooperation and Work-Based Learning nominated since 2014 by EACEA as an Erasmus+ Higher Education Reform Expert. Vitaly Kopnov is a certified Professor in Quality Management and Doctor of Engineering. He is skillful in conducting and managing R&D projects on strategic development, quality assurance, and pedagogy in VET and HE. In 2014-2016, he was a coordinator of several projects on social portraying, values and needs assessment of Russian VET trainers successfully completed under supervision of the Ministry of Education and Science of RF. He is a university coordinator of the two current Erasmus+ projects ‘Piloting ECVET to the national VET system of Russia and Uzbekistan / RUECVET’ and ‘European policy and practice of Work-Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training’. 

Vitaly Kopnov is one of the authors and teachers of the module ‘European policy and practice of Work-Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training’.

The expertise areas are Management, Entrepreneurship and Engineering Education in HE/VET.

Maria Dremina

Submodule Coordinator for Graduate Students

E-mail:mdryomina@rsvpu.ru  

Teл.: +79222931727

https://rsvpu.academia.edu/MariaDremina

PhD in sociology, Associate Professor at the Department of Management, researcher in the field of University-College-Enterprise Cooperation and Work-Based Learning, entrepreneur and Founder of Eniostuduio. She is a repeated winner of several international and national PR and branding championships. Under her supervision, several curricula for adults with work-related activities were developed for teachers of HE and VET institutions in the field of art, public relations and brand management. 

She is a team member of the two current Erasmus+ projects ‘Piloting ECVET to the national VET system of Russia and Uzbekistan / RUECVET’ and ‘European policy and practice of Work-Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training’. Dr. Maria Dremina is one of the authors and teachers of the module ‘European policy and practice of Work-Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training’.

The expertise areas are Management and Marketing, PR, Branding and Entrepreneurial Education in HE/VET.

Olga Shmurygina

Submodule Coordinator for Undergraduate Students

E-mail: shmur-olga@yandex.ru 

Тел.: +79024433111

https://independent.academia.edu/ОльгаШмурыгина

PhD, Associate Professor at the Department of Law. She is a member of a few research projects dealing with the evolution and development of HE/VET in Russia, its institutional perspectives, and practice of development and implementation of education policies in accordance with Bologna and Torino processes at various levels of VET teachers education. Olga Shmurygina is one of the developers of the concept of the distance learning and e-learning in the Russian State Vocational Pedagogic University for VET teachers and trainers. Since 2010 she has been a developer of a number of curricula and courses for professional development of vocational teachers and trainers at workplaces. 

Now she is a university team member of the two projects “Piloting ECVET to the national VET system of Russia and Uzbekistan / RUECVET” and “European policy and practice of Work-Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training”. 

She is a team member of the two current Erasmus+ projects ‘Piloting ECVET to the national VET system of Russia and Uzbekistan / RUECVET’ and ‘European policy and practice of Work-Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training’. 

Dr. Olga Shmurygina is one of the authors and teachers of the module ‘European policy and practice of Work-Based Learning in Vocational Education and Training’.

The expertise areas are Law, Social Protection, VET teachers’ education.



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