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  1. Slovakian Referencing Report

    Referencing Report of the Slovak Qualifications Framework to the European Qualifications Framework 2017 ...

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  2. Scottish Referencing Report

    Referencing the Scottish Qualifications Framework to the European Qualifications Framework ...

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  3. Danish one-off report on Validation

    Danish one-off report on Validation 15/03/2019 Download introduction_and_one-off_report_-_denmark.pdf (1.03 MB) ...

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  4. How does the EQF work?

    Why the EQF? The free movement of people in Europe is one of the most important goals of the EU. However, the understanding and the recognition of diplomas and certificates issued in the different national education and training systems of the 28 Member States of the EU is a challenge. For this reason, the EU developed a translation device to make national qualifications more readable in order to promote workers' and learners' mobility, facilitating their lifelong learning and occupational mobility across Europe. This is the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF). What is the EQF? The EQF helps to compare national qualifications systems and enable communication among them. The core of the EQF are eight common European reference levels, which are described in learning outcomes: knowledge, skills and responsibility and autonomy. This makes it more understandable what a learner with a qualification related to the EQF knows, understands and is able to do. This approach enables to compare all types and levels of qualifications including qualifications from higher education, vocational education and training and general education, but also qualifications awarded by the private sector and international organisations. Level 1 presents the lowest level of proficiency, level 8 the highest. In principle all possible ways of learning can lead to the learning outcomes of a particular level, including the learning taking place in non-formal and informal contexts.  The EQF initiative is close ...

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  5. German one-off report on Validation

    German one-off report on Validation 07/01/2019 Download de.pdf (482.37 KB) ...

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  6. Luxembourgish one-off report on Validation

    Luxembourgish one-off report on Validation 07/01/2019 Download lu.pdf (1.42 MB) ...

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  7. Portuguese one-off report on Validation

    Portuguese one-off report on Validation 07/01/2019 Download pt.pdf (2.22 MB) ...

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  8. Latvian one-off report on Validation

    Latvian one-off report on Validation 07/01/2019 Download lv.pdf (1.48 MB) ...

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  9. Validation of non-formal and informal learning in Germany

    Since 2013, Germany has taken numerous steps to develop or improve rules for the validation of non-formal and informal learning in accordance with the Council Recommendation of 20 December 2012. This Report gives an overview of what has been achieved so far, and looks ahead to what is planned for the future. The focus is on measures for the validation of non-formally and informally acquired vocational skills which are implemented by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) within its field of competence. In line with the target group definition in the Council Recommendation, however, this Report also includes tools for the identification of skills by employment agencies, for example. ...

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  10. Latvian one-off report on Validation

    Latvian one-off report on Validation 20/02/2019 Download lv.pdf (1.48 MB) ...

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