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1 REFINE REcognising Formal, Informal and Non-formal Education Joint Action Project Co-ordinator: Pat Davies, EUCEN

2 Draft proposal VALIDPASS: nA new set of tools (as proposed) nSet in a Europass environment

3 A Framework of advice and guidance nAdvice and guidance in different formats nGroup sessions – short courses nOne-to-one n Principles and codes of conduct for different actors nInstructions targeted at specific group nSpecific help for those with learning difficulties

4 Europass n EuroCV n European Language Porfolio n Diploma Supplement n Certificate Supplement

5 Validpass nCV supplement nVoluntary activity supplement nNon-formal education and training supplement nInformal learning supplement

6 CV supplement Looking forward: nWhy are you applying for validation? nWhich course are you applying for? nWhich Diploma are you aiming at? nWhat is your personal and/or professional development plan for the next few years (3years? 5 years?)? nHow does the course or diploma fit into that plan? nDo you have (do you need?) the support of your employer?

7 Paid professional work supplement (1) nBasic information: name of employer, sector, size (SME/PME etc), ntype (service, manufacturing, primary, secondary tertiary etc), start/finish date of employment, grade, salary (?) nRole and function nResponsibility: for people, for budgets, for equipment? nChanges over time employed?

8 Paid professional work supplement (2) A important and relevant learning event: a problem or issued addressed, a policy developed, a policy implemented, a project/task undertaken nWhat was the nature of the problem/task? nHow long did you have to deal with it? nWhere or who did it come from (did you identify it yourself or were you given the task by someone else …..)? nHow did you go about solving the problem or achieving the task set? nWhat resources did you use (people, money, books, equipment, ….) nWere there unintended consequences? How did you deal with them? nWhat knowledge skills and competences did you learn from the task/activity?

9 Voluntary activity supplement (1) nBasic information: name of organisation/NGO, sector, size (local, national, international), user group, type of activities offered, start/finish date of involvement, amount of time given (e.g. hours per week) nRole and function, activities nResponsibility: for people, for budgets, for equipment, for users? nChanges over time involved? nWhat are your dreams? (A question to try to get at the values of the individual) nWhat was your motivation for getting involved with this organisation (e.g. the philosophy, education or social aim, the people….)? nWhat intercultural experience do you have?

10 Voluntary activity supplement (2) An important and relevant learning event: a problem or issued addressed, a policy developed, a policy implemented, a project/task undertaken lWhat was the nature of the problem/task? lHow long did you have to deal with it? lWhere or who did it come from (did you identify it yourself or were you given the task by someone else …..)? lHow did you go about solving the problem or achieving the task set? lWhat resources did you use (people, money, books, equipment, ….) lWere there unintended consequences? How did you deal with them? lWhat knowledge skills and competences did you learn from the task/activity

11 Non-formal education and training supplement (1) nBasic information: title of course, provider, start and finish date, number of hours, nContent nMode of delivery (how did you learn): nLecture, workshop, project, fieldwork, placement, nIndividual independent work, group work nFace to face, distance or e-learning, blended nWhat motivated you to take this course? nWhat knowledge skills and competences did you learn through this course?

12 Non-formal education and training supplement (2) An important and relevant learning event: a problem or issued addressed, a policy developed, a policy implemented, a project/task undertaken nWhat was the nature of the problem/task? nHow long did you have to deal with it? nWhere or who did it come from (did you identify it yourself or were you given the task by someone else …..)? nHow did you go about solving the problem or achieving the task set? nWhat resources did you use (people, money, books, equipment, ….) nWere there unintended consequences? How did you deal with them? nWhat knowledge skills and competences did you learn from the task/activity

13 nWhat was the nature of the event of incident or activity? nWhen was it? How long did it last? nWhat knowledge skills and competences did you learn from the incident/activity/process? nHow is it relevant to your application for validation?

14 Non-formal education and training supplement (3) nDo you use your new skills and competences in your personal/social/civic life? Have they been useful? nDid your new skills and competences improve your social status? nAre you motivated to continue learning? In what way?

15 Informal learning supplement nWhat was the nature of the event of incident or activity? nWhen was it? How long did it last? nWhat knowledge skills and competences did you learn from the incident/activity/process? nHow is it relevant to your application for validation?

16 Using Validpass nFlexibility nAdaptability

17 Questions Comments on the general proposal? Comments and suggestions on: lSpecific supplements? lSpecific questions? Today and next week: feedback to Pat Davies by 7 December 2005


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