VALIDATION&RECOGNITION: CONSIDERATIONS

  As said earlier in our Magazine, Validation and Recognitions are the most controversial parts of ECVET. It is simple to understand them: if we put in place all...

 

As said earlier in our Magazine, Validation and Recognitions are the most controversial parts of ECVET. It is simple to understand them: if we put in place all this assets and at the end of the day nobody is able to validate them properly and even though we are able to get in recognized nobody is going to understand the value of this, it is just time wasted.

Nevertheless these open questions and not clear points of the procedure should not discourage us to put ECVET in place for the next mobility. Opposite way round, this supposed to be stimulating. The reason why I am saying this is because if we do not have boundaries we can try, change, articulate, review, implement, create etc etc. We can actually try to implement the procedure as our best, according to our school needs personalizing as much as we can.

We can extend our view of mobility and adapt this tool to our needs.

My personal way to approach to this matter is: experimenting. That what we like also doing at ETN.

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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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