1. GENERAL OVERVIEW ON TODAYS HUNGARIAN LABOUR MARKET 2. NECESSARY SKILLS 3. OUR SCHOOLS PROFILE 4. SOME IMPORTANT DATA 5. SKILLS AND FACULTIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION 6. OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS 7. QUESTIONNAIRE 8. CASE STUDY(VIDEO) 9. CONCLUSION
The world is shifting from an industrial economy to a knowledge economy.
The rising generation-brought up on the internet-is very differently motivated to learn.
Labour surplus in Hungary -oversupply of graduates (10-15 times more than the economy can tolerate yearly, 2011) -a lot of graduates with the same qualifications (economists, lawyers, bachelors of art, people in trade, sales and production) - the result is career change -university and college graduates obtain higher wages - difficulty in finding jobs – retraining -vocational workers find jobs more easily – lower wages
Labour surplus in Hungary - oversupply of graduates (10-15 times more than the economy can tolerate yearly, 2011) A lot of graduates with the same qualifications (economists, lawyers, bachelors of art, people in trade, sales and production) - the result is career change University and college graduates obtain higher wages - difficulty in finding jobs - retraining Vocational workers find jobs more easily – lower wages
Labour shortage in Hungary - in areas where special skills are needed (e.g. plumbers, bricklayers, carpenters, electricians etc...) -the system of vocational training is being under reconstruction in Hungary -according to a survey 150,000 graduates will be missing by half a million youngsters will be looking for jobs in vain due to the lack of degrees
Students need good Academic skills : (acquired in different training institutions: primary schools, /vocational/ secondary schools, vocational trainings /National Vocational List/, colleges, universities, workplaces) established expertise, vocational competence good language proficiency skills computer literacy ability to drive work experience general literacy professional awareness good team work effective communication skills (oral, written) Life Long Learning (LLL) time management
sharing attention agility and punctuality positive attitude self-confidence creativity flexibility tolerance helpfulness cooperation curiosity and imagination initiative and entrepreneurial spirit adaptability critical thinking and problemsolving independence responsibility social intelligence (moral behaviour) courtesy consciousness enthusiasm, motivation respect talent conflict management ability to stand on more legs
-multinational companies play a crucial role in production and service in Hungary -our school tries to give practical knowledge into the hands of our school leavers to find jobs more easily on the constantly changing labour market - Secondary Vocational School specialised in commerce (students aged between 14-20) -9th form-foreign language(English)preparatory class -10th form- business environment -11th form- business environment/typing/ethics th form-enterprise/marketing/economy -final exam:-enterprise/marketing starting vocational training -1992/93- foreign trade -1994/95-trade and marketing -1999/2000-vocational training(National Vocational List)-trade technician, marketing and advertising agent -2005/06-logistics manager
Our Special Subjects : marketing and management economic studies economy society ethics Extra-curricular activities : IT(Information Technology) doing team sports, sport camps (teambuilding) language tutoring tutoring in other subjects Participation in different projects : -International Business Studies: objective: common curriculum in business environment in business resources introduction into marketing communicative/administrative activities introduction into logistics market research customer relation sale German exchange program -Remscheid Participation in domestic exhibitions LLP Comenius Multilateral Partnership Objectives: give information about our school motivate students improve communication and presentation skills in English get to know different cultures
Students' and parents' demands considering students' individual skills listening to students' problems motivating students with different methods of teaching get acceptable language skills (at least one language on a basic level) computer skills
Follow Up (Vásárhelyi Pál Secondary Trade school) The chart shows decline in admittance to colleges and universities. Most students start working mainly due to the financial crisis.
Higher Education International Business School/private Trainings are focused on : individual thinking self-confidence communication business experience practice-based approach BSc in: Business and Diplomacy Business and Tourism Management Management and Information Systems Management with Languages Management with Philosophy Financial Management MSc in: International Business Financial Management Human Resource Management Marketing Management
Budapest College of Economics studies: tax and finance controlling tax advice marketing specialised economy product and consumer production business management bank product sales management bank clerk investment clerk payroll clerk
Budapest College of Communications necessary skills : creative thinking practical training dedication commitment BSc studies: management trade and marketing communication and the media international management tourism Vocational Training: tourism institutional communication international forwarding and logistics management commercial management advertising
College of Management goals: train highly qualified experts with practical knowledge psychologically and professionally trained students for the quickly changing world communication stress tolerance future jobs: advertising agent business manager international forwarding and logistics manager foreign language communicator economic foreign language communicator small and medium- size enterprise manager
Business Partners (visiting factories, plants, companies) Schenker Logistics Logistics Promotion Center KABA ELZETT Security Technical Company Rynart Logistics Centers Paks Atomic Power Station ARGE 2000 LTD Pepsi Co Hungary Coca Cola Hungary Zwack Unicum Suzuki Hungary Dreher Breweries The First Budapest Mill and Bakery The Central Bank of Hungary Mulberry leathers LTD(England)
Questionnaire: (10+10 students interviewed) Beginners interviewed 1. Why did you choose this school? 2. Which is the most important skill in the choice of career? 3. Which segment of trade are you interested in most?
4. Do you need a foreign language exam? 5. What do you want to achieve in your studies?
School leavers interviewed 1. Why did you choose Vásárhelyi Pál Secondary Trade School among the other secondary schools? 2. Where do you want to go on studying? 3. If you want to work in trade, did you get the right qualification for it? All students said:YES
3. If you want to work in trade, did you get the right qualification for it? All students said:YES 4. Rank the following skills in order of importance.(1. the least important 5. the most important)
5. Do you have these skills? All students said: YES 6. In your opinion what is the main reason of unemployment?
7. In your opinion can a youngster find a job after school? Give your reasons. Reasons:
Conclusion - Most school leavers (university, college 70%,vocational training 30%) - beginners (university/ college 50%, final exam 30%,vocational training 20%) -All students consider professional expertise the most important in their future. -70% considers language competency, language exam crucial -All school leavers are satisfied with the qualification they got in our school. -80% of school leavers claim finding a job is almost impossible in the present situation in Hungary. It is mainly because of the lack of work experience(business needs it even if its not always possible to acquire during studying) and the lack of vacancies.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION. Sources The schools quality management Websites of business colleges Online articles about skills students need in the future Our Schools 25th Anniversary Book Composed by: NEMES JUDIT SZVOBODÁNÉ PATAKI ZSUZSA TÓTH MÓNIKA ZÁMBORSZKY ZSÓFIA PUSKÁS LÁSZLÓ HAVASY DÁVID