The workshop will investigate the latest ideas and predictitions regarding future skills forecasts, based on the evidence from surveys and studies. During the workshop, be prepared to receive several wake-up calls on what to do, how and why regarding the upcoming skills revolution of Economy 4.0. The participant is asked to be active and responsive on the basic questions of what, how and why in future skills and in digital education. It is obvious that this is the one of last period of time, when more than ever, the local stakeholders need to support each other to find a locally approved, but global answer for the digital tsunami on the horizon.
The second part of the workshop will interactively collect best practices and workable solutions on tools and ideas, and also dilemmas, to give a proper good morning salute for 2030, which is literally at our doorbells.
Tamás Jankó, representing the Centre for Digital Pedagogy and Methodology in Hungary, Budapest, (www.dpmk.hu) worked for development projects in the past nineteen years, since 2000, for the Hungarian Government. During the last three years, as a senior adviser, Mr. Jankó was heavily involved supporting the digital transformation of Vocational Education and Adult Learning in Hungary, took part drafting some of the texts for the Digital Workforce Programme, also supported the I. Digital Vocational Education Conference of Hungary, at Debrecen, in 2018. Regarding the international level cooperation, he is deputy member of the ET 2020 Digital Education, Learning, Assessment and Teaching (WG DELTA) working group since 2018, and a full member of the ESF Transnationality Learning& Skills Network since 2016. As a national coordinator, he has supervised the fine-tuning process of the translation of the Hungarian version of SELFIE_EU, a school level digital self-assessment tool.
Mr. Jankó worked for the Ministry for Innovation and Technology for the Vocational Education and Training and Adult Learning Department until December 2018, started in this position in 2014, in the former Ministry for National Economy. As part of the Unit for International Relations and Grants, he was the official government member of the newly established ICT Industry Sectoral Skills Council in Hungary, between 2017-2018. Also, in this responsibility he was member of the technical team to publish several calls for grants in GINOP (ESF Operational Programme), on the field of vocational education and adult learning, between 2014-2018.
Previously, between 2000 and 2014 as a programme manager, he worked in the Worldbank and PHARE Management Offices of the Ministry of Education and served eleven years for the Managing Authority for Human Resource (European Social Fund) Programmes. He had supported the programming and implementation, also the monitoring, evaluation and closure activities, while holding responsibilities of the EQUAL Community Initiative of Hungary. Social innovation, integration of Roma people and transnational activities are still in his fields of interest. Recently Mr. Jankó, a teacher by profession, has been engaged with the issue of how to build a bridge of digital education for adults and students through the waves of Industry 4.0, and improve the quality of the vocational education and training and adult learning through the means of the Digital Education Strategy of Hungary.