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EPALE focus for April 2017: Validation of prior learning

In April EPALE is having a special focus on validation of prior learning!

In April EPALE is having a special focus on validation of prior learning!

Here at EPALE we believe validation of prior learning is very important for adults who have acquired knowledge and skills outside formal education. Validation allows people to provide evidence for what they have learned, and to use that knowledge and skills to find a better job or seek further education and training.

We have had a great number of contributions from EPALE’s national teams and the EPALE community. Take a look at our thematic page Validation of prior learning for interesting blog articles, useful resources and other materials on the topic.

You can find contributions in other languages from the drop-down menu in the top right corner of the page.

Take a look at this video about the LEVEL5 validation system developed by the REVEAL transnational group – a partnership of 25 organisations from 22 EU Member States:

 

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