The VOCIS initial vocational education and training (IVET) consists of a higher education curriculum with the aim of encouraging the development of certain self-regulation skills in students; the methods and contents being especially relevant for students in fields related to management, psychology, counselling and/or pedagogy.
The theoretical framework for the development of the higher education program stems from the theoretical model developed within the VOCIS project, which considers the Inner Self as a dynamic structure.
The Curriculum is based on a combination of individual approach and professional guidance of teachers in the process of development and self-regulation of the learning process. The HE Curriculum is divided into three units/modules that more closely observe the specifics of personal and professional development of students.
1. Activate yourself – is the name of the first module within which students tend to focus more on motivational and volitional components. This module helps to raise awareness of motivational factors and motivation development.
2. Know yourself – is the name of the second module that encourages students to become acquainted with themselves, to recognize their strengths and weaknesses.
3. Optimize yourself – the name of the third module in which students are encouraged to continue their own development by making their own decisions about optimal emotional development, an area of comparison with others and future thinking of their own development.
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