Discuss use of ECVET with your organisation and partners from an early stage
Include all relevant staff in your organisation in discussions about ECVET e.g. trainers who will be responsible for identifiying units of learning outcomes, admissions officers who may calculate ECVET credit points, etc
Decide the role of all involved partners and the conditions under which credits can be achieved and transferred
Use the template to record this decision in a ‘Memorandum of Understanding’
Identify units of learning outcomes and agree how to document learners’ achievements
Clarify procedures for assessment, validation and recognition
When all arrangements are agreed, compile and sign a Learning Agreement
All relevant partners provide learning activities in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding and Learning Agreement
All relevant partners carry out assessments of the learning achieved
Validate the learning outcomes to recognise the learning achieved
Evaluate the process and its results with your partners, with learners, and internally in your organisation
Get involved in the ECVET community of practice – contact Anne Molloy for details
This #ErasmusPlus training course aims to improve the impact of Non Formal Education. It will explore principles and methods that empowering young people to be real actors in their society (at both local and European level). Apply by 11 November here: trainings.salto-youth.net/7615
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Calling all teachers interested in #eTwinning! The Future Classroom Lab is an inspirational learning environment in Brussels. We've extended the deadline so that you can be a part of it! Find out more and register your interest by 29 October: leargas.ie/programmes/etw…
Léargas is a not-for-profit organisation that operates under the aegis of the Department of Education and Skills and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs. Léargas manages European, national and international exchange and cooperation programmes in education, training and youth and community work and has been managing such programmes for over 30 years.
Léargas currently has 40 staff based in our Dublin office. Our staff come from Ireland, Poland, France, Croatia, Denmark and Spain and have wide-ranging experience in education, training, community, youth and development work; and in IT and finance.
The National Centre for Guidance in Education operates under the aegis of Léargas.
Key to Inclusion: European Solidarity Corps 02 - 07 December, Slovenia. This activity is for representatives of organisations interested in inclusion projects in the frame of European Solidarity Corps, regardless of whether they already have partners or would like to find them at the event and develop their project idea together. Apply by 07 November. http://bit.ly/2EuhKBi
This #ErasmusPlus training course aims to improve the impact of Non Formal Education. It will explore principles and methods that empowering young people to be real actors in their society (at both local and European level). Apply by 11 November here: http://trainings.salto-youth.net/7615