EUROPEAN BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES TRAINING ASSOCIATION
International no profit association registered in Brussels, set up in 1991
23 EU Full Members : Institutes of Banking, Associations and other Organizations
19 Associate Members from different world countries
- Create professional education standards in Europe,
- Enrich the professional European culture,
- Enhance both European as well as international relations and alliances.
- Become the standard-setting body for the accreditation, certification and qualification of knowledge, skills and competences in the European Financial Services Sector
European Forum of Technical and Vocational Education and Training
Pan-European no profit organisation, set up in 1991
27 EU Countries; 141 Members; 27 Annual Conferences
141 Associate Members from different world countries
- Represent VET issues to EU institutions and provide consultancy in all processes.
- Offer a network of professionals to promote connections between professionals, entrepreneurs and providers of Vocational Education and Training.
- Promote and disseminate innovative qualifications and transnational projects.
EBTN QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMITTEE
The aim of EBTN’s Quality Assurance Committee to upgrade the quality of vocational education and training by promoting and supporting a sectoral approach on Quality Assurance in the banking and financial services sector.
The objectives of the Quality Assurance Committee are:
- Facilitate the concrete application of the EQARF Indicators and 10 Guidelines;
- Support the creation and dissemination of good practices on Quality Assurance;
- Facilitate the increase of awareness on EQAVET within banking and financial services sector organisations through a bottom-up approach;
Motivate and concretely support providers of vocational education and training in the banking and financial services sector in setting up, implementing and evaluating their Quality Management System
The committee is composed of the following EBTN representatives:
- President: Prof. Mario Spatafora (Associazione Effebi – Italia)
- Mr Colin Morrison(Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland – UK)
- Ms Maria Siigova (International Banking Institute St. Petersburg – Russia)
Mr. Peter Szovics (Institute of Banking Education of the National Bank – Slovakia)
Financial Literacy Committee
The aim of the Financial Literacy Committee is to upgrade the financial literacy of citizens through financial education.
FEDERAZIONE ITALIANA DELLE ASSOCIAZIONI DI MANAGEMENT
Italian Federation composed by the main Associations of professional experts
7 founding Associations: ADICO, ADACI, AIDP, AILOG, AICQ, AIAS, ATEMA
6 new comers Associate Members: APAFORM/ASFOR, AIF, APCO, EFFEBI, IRCRES-CNR, IMO (January 2017)
- Collaboration and exchange of ideas and best practices among the Members;
- Improve managerial culture, also beyond professional roles.
- Promote the renewal of the managerial and leadership’s culture
- Cope with the globalization and the digital revolution.