Maryna Lyesnikova


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Abstract. The Education Management Information System (EMIS) in the TVET field is a system for collecting, storing, analysing, disseminating and using data in the TVET. The metho­dological framework for developing a system of indicators for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) in the TVET field should be guided by recognized world standards, guidelines and best practices. At the same time, it should be built on a consensus basis with national standards, which are the key to the generation and use of well-structured metadata in the TVET field. As an example of effectively functioning global Education Mana­gement Information System (EMIS) in the TVET field, the Open Education Management Information System (OpenEMIS), namely its OpenEMIS Concept Note module – TVET, the CTE National Reporting System and Workforce Training System – CTE Statistics, developed by the United States Institute of Education (IES) and published by Federico Mejer should be cited. The Interagency Vocational Education and Training Group (IAG-TVET), which includes global educational organizations, has developed guidelines for a set of indicators to help countries evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of their TVET systems based on actual data and the use of reliable tools to evaluate TVET monitoring. IAG-TVET has identified four relevant po­licy areas in the TVET system: funding; access and participation; quality; relevance. Based on the recommendations of the above guidelines, the author has developed a system of indicators for the Education Management Information System (EMIS) in the field of TVET, which will be included in the form of the information and analytical unit “TVET System” in the Automated Information Complex of Educational Management (AICOM) of the State Scientific Institution “Institute of Educational Analytics”. The system of indicators includes: the register of TVET institutions, the results of the admission campaign and training, teaching staff, logistics facilities, architectural accessibility, profitable economic activity, the creation of an innovative educational environment, the use of ICT in the educational process. The information and analytical unit “TVET System” should be institutionalized with databases of other official bodies of Ukraine, for example, with databases of the State Statistics Service, the State Employment Service etc. The data contained in the Information and Analytical Unit “TVET System” must be compatible with other international databases and allow the construction of international indicators in the TVET system.
Keywords: education management information system (EMIS), system of technical (voca­tional) education training, database, system of indicators, international indicators, statistical reporting, labour market.


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