CEMES is the trade mark for a qualified method of competence recognition and certification for managers, specialists and other eployees in European companies.
The Three-Level-Method of competence recognitionis is a testing method for technical competences. The three levels include Multiple-Choice questions, open questions and if so a individual assessment.
The CEMES-Method of competence recognition as an examination method is a basis of a system of European Management Certificates (EMC). This method was awarded by the Helsinki Award of the European Commission as the Best European Project in 2006.
The European Conference ‘ECVET - Practical Approaches and Experiences' took place in the Wiener Konferenzzentrum Am Spiegeln on 7th February 2008.
Eighty seven professional experts from fourteen European countries discussed the actual developments and further perspectives of ECVET processes with Michel Aribaud from the European Commission and other representatives from European and national organisations in plenum and four working groups.
The conference, which was organised by Institut für berufliche Bildung und EDV-Schulung, Lauchhammer Dr. Lothar Muschter, was intended for experts, policy makers and others who work in the field of vocational training, for ECVET monitoring groups of the EU, for representative bodies in the context of the EQF and current trends in Europe concerning the ECVET process, and for European companies.