IEK

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I.E.K. or IEK (Greek: Ινστιτούτο Επαγγελματικής Κατάρτισης) is a public or private Institute[a] of Vocational Training in Greece.

Public and private I.E.K.[edit]

Public and private I.E.K. offer training courses accredited by the Ministry of Education & Religious Affairs, Culture & Sports and O.E.E.K. (Greek: Οργανισμός Εκπαίδευσης και Επαγγελματικής Κατάρτισης, Organization of Vocational Education & Training).[1]

There are over 100 public I.E.K. [1] in the Regions of: East Macedonia & Thrace,[2] Central Macedonia,[3] West Macedonia,[4] Epirus,[5] Thessaly,[6] Ionian Islands,[7] Western Greece,[8] Central Greece,[9] Attica,[10] Peloponnese,[11] North Aegean,[12] South Aegean,[13] Crete.[14]

There are also over 50 private I.E.K. [2] (also rendered as I.I.E.K, where first 'I' stands for Greek:Ιδιωτικό, Private) recognized by the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs and supervised/controlled by O.E.E.K..[15][16]

Courses (sectors)[17]
I.T. – Telecommunications –Networks
Financial, Credit & Administration Services
Tourism – Transport
Geotechnical
Food & Drink industry
MechanicalElectrologicalElectronics
Building & related constructions
Chemical Industry
Applied Arts
Energy – Environment
HealthBeauty CareSocial Services
Communications & Mass media
Clothing & Footwear
Culture – Sports

Awards and accreditation[edit]

Certificate of Vocational Training[edit]

(Greek: βεκ:Βεβαίωση Επαγγελματικής Κατάρτισης)[edit]

Assessment: progress tests; final examinations at the end of each semester.[18]

Obtained after successfully completing a training course (2 years FT, 4 semesters).

Diploma of Vocational Training / Accreditation[edit]

(Greek: Δἰπλωμα Επαγγελματικής Κατάρτισης / Πιστοποίηση)[edit]

After completing the course and obtaining the certificate, trainees from public and private I.E.K. can follow a work placement and they are eligible to sit on biannual National Accreditation Examinations (Greek: Εξετάσεις Πιστοποίησης), both in written and oral form.[18] The names of successful candidates in each examination are published on ΕΟΠΠΕΠ website.

The last updates (Greek only) on professional accreditation for each speciality are published also at O.E.E.K.'s website.[19]

Europass supplement[edit]

A Europass Certificate or Diploma Supplement is also available in Greek and English language.[20]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Γενική Γραμματεία Νέας Γενιάς / Education. Last accessed May 7, 2009". 
  2. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΑΝΑΤΟΛΙΚΗΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑΣ & ΘΡΑΚΗΣ. Last accessed May 6, 2009". 
  3. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΚΕΝΤΡΙΚΗΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑΣ. Last accessed May 8, 2009". 
  4. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΔΥΤΙΚΗΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑΣ. Last accessed May 8, 2009". 
  5. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΗΠΕΙΡΟΥ. Last accessed May 8, 2009". 
  6. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΘΕΣΣΑΛΙΑΣ. Last accessed May 8, 2009". 
  7. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΙΟΝΙΩΝ ΝΗΣΩΝ. Last accessed May 8, 2009". 
  8. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΔΥΤΙΚΗΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΑΣ Last accessed May 9, 2009". 
  9. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΣΤΕΡΕΑΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΟΣ Last accessed May 9, 2009". 
  10. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΑΤΤΙΚΗΣ Last accessed May 12, 2009". 
  11. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΑΤΤΙΚΗΣ Last accessed May 12, 2009". 
  12. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΒΟΡΕΙΟΥ ΑΙΓΑΙΟΥ Last accessed May 12, 2009". 
  13. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΝΟΤΙΟΥ ΑΙΓΑΙΟΥ Last accessed May 12, 2009". 
  14. ^ "Ι.Ε.Κ. ΚΡΗΤΗΣ Last accessed May 12, 2009". 
  15. ^ "O.E.E.K. Last accessed May 6, 2009". 
  16. ^ "O.E.E.K – Οργανισμός Επαγγελματικής Εκπαίδευσης και Κατάρτισης. Last accessed May 12, 2009". 
  17. ^ "O.E.E.K – Οργανισμός Επαγγελματικής Εκπαίδευσης και Κατάρτισης. Οδηγὀς Ειδικοτήτων. Last accessed May 6, 2009". 
  18. ^ a b Training in Greece – Initial vocational training (isced level 4)
  19. ^ %7C "ΕΠΑΓΓΕΛΜΑΤΙΚΑ ΔΙΚΑΙΩΜΑΤΑ Ι.Ε.Κ. Last accessed May 11, 2009"]. 
  20. ^ %7C "Europass – Σύνδεσμοι. Last accessed May 18, 2009"]. 


Responsive webportal για τις σχολές ΙΕΚ ιδιωτικού και δημοσίου τομέα [3] πατήστε για να πάτε στο webportal iek-01.com

Notes[edit]

a. ^ Not to be confused with the Institute, the university or research institution.