The second transnational online partners’ meeting

04.06.2020.

On Thursday, 28 May 2020, the Erasmus+ Master 4.0 online partners’ meeting has been organized. The online meeting has been organized instead of the second transnational partners’ meeting, which was planned in the same term in Skopje, North Macedonia. The meeting has been organized by the Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts.

All partners have presented their activities related to the improvement of master craftsman exam questions and programmes. The Chamber of Craft and Small Business of Slovenia has presented their work on developing the roadmap for designing exam questions, preparing the question network grid, and preparing the exam examples. The Craft Chamber Skopje presented the improvement of occupational-theoretical parts of exam for beauticians. Questions were improved based on the Methodological Framework with Guidelines for the Development of Master Craftsman Exams and Exam Questions. Also, they have organized 18 work meetings related to the improvement of questions and have presented the expected time frame to finish all questions.

The association “Sreken Život” from North Macedonia presented their work on developing master craftsman exam programmes for car mechanics and bakers. The Craft and Business Chamber of Montenegro presented their activities, which included working on improving general parts of master craftsman exam, improving occupational-theoretical parts of master craftsman exam for high fashion tailors and developing master craftsman exam programmes and questions for photographers.

The Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts presented its activities consisting of selecting experts for the development of question from the pedagogic area, organizing two meetings related to the methodology for developing questions, analysing old exam questions, developing Exam Questions Catalogue, organising the online introductory education and the two-day workshop on the methodology for developing questions. The representative from Algebra University College has presented the current state of online platform development. Algebra has presented all the developed aspects of the platform: development environment, user interface and back-end components.

The second day of the meeting was reserved for the discussion and agreement on the first semi-annual report and necessary documentation, project dissemination, and deadlines and next steps.