Cross Border Seminar 2013

METHODS, TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS
TO DIAGNOSE COMPETENCES

MATERIALS

Materials

Workshop annotations

  1. Abi- powertest. A directive tool to diagnose interests and competences for profession orientation; Magdalena Singh
  2. Assessment of work-related competences in the German Employment Agency: different methods for different competences; Hella Klemmert
  3. Coaching tools in diagnosing competencies and potential; Eliza Jarmołowicz-Zalewska
  4. Competence Check – a tool for working with educationally disadvantaged women, Michaela Freimüller
  5. Competences assessment in a highly selective labour market: Diagnosis tools and methods used in Switzerland; Koorosh Massoudi
  6. Competences: diagnostic or empowerment? Towards a real competence-based career guidance; Tomas Šprlák
  7. Creating and use of Situational Judgment Tests (SJT) to diagnose behavioral competencies; Paweł Jurek
  8. Creative Expressive Techniques in Competence Diagnostics and Enhancement; Ivana Lištiaková
  9. Experience career counseling. Tasting of experiential techniques for mapping competencies, skills and strengths; Lukáš Kučera
  10. Good practices in evaluating career management skills of high school students and young adults; Fruzsina Lukács
  11. Most wanted in Croatia – meta analysis of managerial competency models in Croatia; Rajka Marković
  12. The right person for the right job - how could I find it out?; Brigita Vončina
  13. Using qualitative assessment in employment counseling; Luminita Danes

Presentation

  1. Abi- powertest. A directive tool to diagnose interests and competences for profession orientation; Magdalena Singh
  2. Career guidance in Higher Education Institutions in Poland; Bartlomiej Banaszak
  3. Assessment of work-related competences in the German Employment Agency: different methods for different competences; Hella Klemmert
  4. Coaching tools in diagnosing competencies and potential; Eliza Jarmołowicz-Zalewska
  5. Competence Check – a tool for working with educationally disadvantaged women, Michaela Freimüller
  6. Competences assessment in a highly selective labour market: Diagnosis tools and methods used in Switzerland; Koorosh Massoudi
  7. Competences: diagnostic or empowerment? Towards a real competence-based career guidance; Tomas Šprlák
  8. Creating and use of Situational Judgment Tests (SJT) to diagnose behavioral competencies; Paweł Jurek
  9. Creative Expressive Techniques in Competence Diagnostics and Enhancement; Ivana Lištiaková
  10. Experience career counseling. Tasting of experiential techniques for mapping competencies, skills and strengths; Lukáš Kučera
  11. Good practices in evaluating career management skills of high school students and young adults; Fruzsina Lukács
  12. Most wanted in Croatia – meta analysis of managerial competency models in Croatia; Rajka Marković
  13. Career guidance in the Public Employment Services; Irena Mazek
  14. “TalentGame” – an innovative tool for diagnosis competences of pupils and students from primary to upper secondary schools; Małgorzata Dąbrowska
  15. The importance of the competence in the modern labour market; Anna Paszkowska Rogacz
  16. Using qualitative assessment in employment counseling; Luminita Danes