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    All project deliverables available on the website!

    February 21st, 2012

    The VET4e-Inclusion project’s products and outcomes have been published on the website in the tab “VET4e-I deliverables“. In this page you can access the result documents and download them in PDF version.

    Find the strategical documents and product of VET4e-I project:

     

     

     

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    VET4e-I Final Conference

    December 19th, 2011

    On 12th and 13th December, the final conference of the VET4e-I project was celebrated in Brussels.

     

    The participation of VET4e-I members to the EUCIS-LLL conference on validation and recognition of informal and non-formal learning

    The project members gathered in the city of EU institutions so as to take part in an important seminar on validation organized by the civil society platform for lifelong learning, EUCIS-LLL, and present the project’s findings related to this topic. In this purpose, Milvia RASTRELLI from L’APIS, project member in charge of the Overall Quality Assurance, introduced to the audience the main outputs of the research on e-facilitator profile. The VET4e-I case study was preceeded of the intervention of the commissionner Koen NOMDEN from DG EAC, Unit 1, and of Jo HAWLEY, researcher in the consultancy body GHK. Noem KOMDEM introduced the Council Recommandation on the promotion and validation of non-formal and informal learning, whereas Jo HAWLEY presented the latest developments in Europe and the Inventory on validation of non-formal and informal learning.

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    Online Training Curriculum:12 modules for efacilitators for social inclusion

    November 14th, 2011

    The 12 modules composing the VET4e-I complete training curriculum for e-facilitators for social inclusion are now finalized! Check the list of available modules in your country.

     

     

     

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