Programme Committee 


President of Programme Committee:

Igor Dosedla, School Centre Celje

Igor Dosedla, Director of School Centre Celje. He was named into the principal of the Vocational and Technical Electro and Chemical school in 1996. He has been the Director of School Centre Celje since 1. 9. 2003. He cooperated in the working group for the curriculum, textbooks, knowledge catalogues and catalogues of exams for various subjects in the field of electronics. He actively cooperated in the commission for the preparation of Vocational and Professional Educational Law Regulation (Association of Secondary Schools and Boarding Schools in Slovenia) as well as in work group for the evaluation of programmes according to the methodology D (Ministry for School Education). He is a member of the Committee of the Consortium of School Centres of Slovenia and was also a member of the Consortium Committees for updating and developing vocational and tertiary education programs MUNUS 1, MUNUS 2 and MUNERA 3.



Members of the Programme Committee:

Nevenka Bogataj, PhD, Slovenian Institute for Adult Education

PhD Nevenka Bogataj, professional research consultant in the area of the adults’ education in the Slovenian Institute for Adult Education. She regularly develops innovative concepts (ex. centres of lifelong learning, community learning) and educational programmes (ex. basic and extended education for sustainable development). She recognizes new target groups (ex. forest owners, agrarian communities) as well as the ignored communities of vulnerable. With the coordination of study groups, she connects the practical experiences with the researches, therefore she regularly publishes and is very often being quoted. She edited many of the National Proceedings, and she appears internationally as the reviewer and co-author in the area of natural resources management and by the enforcement of the “cooperation model”.


Nives Počkar, School Centre Ljubljana

Nives Počkar, the Director of the School Centre Ljubljana. She is a president of the Association of the Secondary School Principals, Colleges and Boarding Schools which is as well the member of the European School Heads Association. She actively cooperates in the Management Board of the Association of Secondary Schools and Boarding Schools in Slovenia and is a member of the Expert Council of the Republic of Slovenia for Vocational and Technical Education. She is an executive Committee member in the EFEE (European Federation of Education Employers) and is a president in the Management Board in the Consortium of the Slovenian School Centres.


Jasmina Poličnik, Association of Slovene Higher Vocational Colleges

Jasmina Poličnik, the Secretary General in the Association of Slovene Higher Vocational Colleges – Association HVC. Her basic work is connected to the development of the higher vocational education, enabling and following the quality of the higher vocational schools as well as the following of the innovation processes. She performs in the international activities, mostly connected to the quality of the vocational education by cooperating in the Erasmus+ programmes (also as EURASHE representative of the work group for the quality), she as well leads and manages the processes of practical education. 


Suzana Plemenitaš, Primary School Dobje

Suzana Plemenitaš, the principal in Primary School Dobje. Under her lead, the school successfully got the title to be the First Microsoft Primary School in the Slovenia. Due to the innovative way of including the informational-communicational technology into the teaching process they got the prospective Kumerdej’s award. As a teacher she cooperated in the frame of the e-school project as a counsellor and mentor for multiple teacher seminars. She was also the editor of the sample e-classrooms for the first educational period at SIO web portal and moderator of the e-classroom for primary school teaching. Since 2009 she has been writing articles and presents them at the international conferences.    


Natalija Klepej Gržanič, School Centre Celje

Natalija Klepej Gržanič, independent expert associate, project coordinator. At the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport (Secondary, Higher Vocational and Adult Educational Directorate, Cohesion Policy Implementation Office) she worked in the controlling of the payment claims, conclusion reports, cooperated in the preparation of the tender calls and was included into the tender calls commissions. She cooperated/cooperates in Erasmus+ (KA1, KA2, KA3) project coordination, national and in other European projects in the frame of Association of Slovene Higher Vocational Colleges – Association HVC and School Centre Celje.  


Mateja Rajh Jager, School Centre Celje

Mateja Rajh Jager, independent expert associate, project coordinator is included into the preparations and implementations of the international Erasmus+ projects (KA1, KA2) as well as in many national projects from the field of adult education performed in the frame of Adult Training Centre of School Centre Celje. She leads and cooperates in the organisation of International symposiums, conferences and other events (coordinator of the TVU (Lifelong Learning Weeks), organisation of the Learning Parade). She also cooperated with the Slovenian Institute for Adult Education in the development of the new public programme for young school dropouts.