School vs Industry: A Relation of Competencies and Skills

Juarez Bento Silva


This paper presents a set of initiatives that were developed in the area of educational management in a technical school, vocational whose sponsor industry-shaping ceramic tiles. These initiatives were based on the development and implementation of an educational model that has the distinction of a new evaluation methodology based on the concepts of values (personal skills and abilities, relational, cognitive and productive). To this end, the research explores the quality of management and industrial and educational profile of students who graduated with this new type of management. The validation of this educational model occurred from an environmental analysis in the institutions involved, based on a step of collecting perceptual data and a second stage of data collection evident. Through this analysis, there was a qualitative leap of the people involved, because this model showed an improvement in the socio-educational school community and especially the relationship with the student's school and especially with the industry. It was also found that the differential of this new model of management education was to prepare the student still at school for the challenges that await you at the in the industrial sector, because this type of management has as main purpose the formation of people of excellence.


Competencies and skill, Educational and industrial management, Education in the industry

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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP) – eISSN: 2192-4880
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