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Strategies for implementing validation of non-formal and informal learning

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Conclusions of the Validation conference

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Final agenda : Validation Conference

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Background paper : Validation Conference

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List of participants : Validation Conference

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Political context for validation Setting the scene (Ana Carla Pereira, European Commission)

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The past: what can we learn from the past three decades of validation work in Europe? (Jens Bjornavold, Cedefop)

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The present: first results of the 2016 European inventory update (Ernesto Villalba, Cedefop)

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Poland: the future: the Polish Approach to Make Learning Visible? (Agnieszka Chlon-Dominczak (Educational Research Institute, Poland)

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Sweden: Broader ways to work and education: a coordinated development of systems for validation (Karl Berg, National Delegation for Validation 2015-19, Sweden)

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France: What evolution and perspectives for the French VAE? (Yolande Fermon, Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche, France)

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Canada: Increasing RPL visibility through awareness and quality assurance (Bonnie Kennedy, Canadian Association for Prior Learning Assessment)

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New Zealand: making learning visible: validating non-formal and informal learning (Grant Klinkum, New Zealand Qualification Authority)

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Session 1: validation for migrants (Martin Noack, Bertelsmann Stiftung; Ramona Lopez, AWO IntegrationsCenter West)

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Session 2: Implementing validation for unemployed people or at risk of unemployment (Alain Kock, Consortium de validation des Compétences, Belgium-French Community)

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Outcomes of the parallel sessions, presented by Paul Guest (Orientra)

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