Employability

Evaluation of fair trade in Madagascar and Burkina Faso and the policy of region Rhône-Alpes on fair trade (2015): evaluation of projects and policy meant to foster economic development in Rhône-Alpes region, France and in Madagascar and Burkina Faso, in the framework of decentralized cooperation. In association with Pluricité.

Entrepreneurship in Tunisia, project design by World Bank (2015). Fabrice was a World Bank consultant, in charge of the design of human capital development policy, entrepreneurship and fulfilment of with economic expectations in Tunisia, to be funded by the World Bank 2015-2020. Ex-ante evaluation and international reviews.

Moroccan Ministry of Employment and Social affairs (2015): Evaluation of the TAEHIL program designed for higher schools graduates and vocational students, aims to improve the employability of job seekers, allowing them to acquire professional skills.

Moroccan Public Private Partnerships (2015)-World Bank: International review on governmental provisions meant to foster interplay between education (secondary/tertiary) and corporations.

Review of quality assurance arrangements in postsecondary education across Europe, CEDEFOP / European Union (2014). This Europe-wide evaluation explored permeability of VET and higher education systems and pathways between academic and vocational studies. Contracting consultancy: EFDM, Ecorys and Bettelsmanstifftung.

Evaluation of the OECD regulatory policy committee, multi-country evaluation including insights into Europe (2014).

Evaluation of the OECD competition committee multi-country evaluation including insights into Japan, Korea, USA. (2014).

Evaluation of OECD local economic and employment (LEED) programme multi-country evaluation including insights into Mexico, Columbia. (2014).

Evaluation of the World Bank project in Tunisia (2008-2013) aimed at supporting Quality in Higher Education (PARES) (2013). Core team member in charge of the evaluation of the implementation and impacts of the projects conducted by the universities and postsecondary institutes to strengthen employability of students and foster innovation. Leader: World Bank Education Specialist MENA Region.

Evaluation of the sustainability and extension of VET programmes in Lebanon. French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2013). Team leader of a 2-consultant team, conducting case studies and high level interviews with Ministerial authorities. This evaluation was meant to explore the quality of the new vocational programmes including competence-based approach and the likely dissemination of good practices in VET programmes across Lebanon. Team leader in association with Pluricité.

Evaluation of the Higher Education Reform in Senegal (2013). Team leader, in charge of the assessment of professionalization of tertiary education in the country, 3 consultant-team. This evaluation was meant to explore the impacts of the support to the extension of higher education offering and institutions within Senegal and especially the impacts on entrepreneurship and interplay between higher education and corporations. In association with Pluricité.

Evaluation of the Higher Education Reform in Angola/ANGOSUP (2013) Team leader in charge of the evaluation of the extension of higher education programmes and quality of learning environments and teaching. 3-consultant team. In association with Pluricité.

International expert – Observatory for Higher Education and Employability, UNESCO Chair – Polytechnic University Madrid (2012-2013). International expert serving on the Experts Council of the Observatory for Higher Education Employment and Employability, in the framework of the UNESCO Chair on Higher Education Policy and Management of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain.

OECD and Danish Ministry of Higher Education (2012).  Team evaluator with 2 consultants and Head of skill beyond schools project. Countrywide review of the Post-secondary Vocational Education and Training: applied research, skills mismatch, higher education-business relations.

OECD Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO) 8 M€. Member of core team that steering consortium of consultant (Australia/Europe, leader: ACER) 23 000 students, 5000 teachers, 250 institutions. Fabrice was in charge especially of:

  • Design Evaluation frameworks for internationally recognised learning outcomes in economics and engineering (adapting the TUNING Approach).

  • Design of contextual indicators with countries and experts

  • Facilitation of Stakeholders Consultative Group: knowledge building on design/implementation of the study with networks of higher education institutions, employers associations, students, quality assurance agencies and unions (EUA, ENQA, EUREASHE, ESU…)

  • Liaising with Arab countries (fundraising, advocacy)

Senior consultant at EUREVAL-Center for European Evaluation & Expertise (2000-2003):

  • Evaluation of the impacts of the European Structural Funds on rural development, in collaboration with ADE (Belgium), Cross-border region, Belgium-France.

  • Evaluation of relocating public services across France, Cross-Ministerial project.

  • Country-wide evaluation of the economic/social inclusion, Association of French Departments, France.

  • Design of monitoring system to keep track of local initiatives and incidental impacts, Maine-et-Loire.


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