Recognition

Let’s go in depth with RECOGNITION: WHAT: once the process and the achievements are validated, they must be recognized by a body, which would give value to the mobility...

Let’s go in depth with RECOGNITION:

  • WHAT: once the process and the achievements are validated, they must be recognized by a body, which would give value to the mobility done abroad.
  • WHO: this is the second biggest dark hole of the ECVET procedure. There is a specific person/organization/body that can do this. Who is able to prepare and release official certificate for education and/or training in the home country should be also the body able to recognized the mobility abroad.
  • WHEN: after the mobility and after validation.
  • WHERE: in the home country. Following national rules.
  • WHY: once again, it is the natural development of the procedure. If we do not have ECVET recognized, our mobility abroad will lose the extra value that ECVET should bring. Mobility will be just an experience and not a professional one.
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With a Master Degree in Labour Studies and now working through a CIPD qualification in HR & LD, she is the Training Director of Training Vision, Portsmouth.
Sociable, communicative and interested in travelling and training on mobility, since 2012 Federica has started studying and implementing ECVET procedure. Today Federica is the responsible person for the ECVET implementation for ETN and the author of “Let’s Certify”, a dedicate space where you can get ECVET’S tricks and tips.

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