Delphi method

The Delphi method is a structured communication technique, originally developed as a systematic, interactive forecasting method which relies on a panel of experts. The next stage of the project is to use the Delphi method to verify the gathered tools. The Delphi method is a structured communication technique, originally developed as a systematic, interactive forecasting […]

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Update about the research phase in Poland

Tools validation of non-formal learning and informal from Poland, Belgium, Finland, Slovenia and Sweden have been collected. The result of the project will be innovative tools repository of validation of non-formal and informal learning. Each partner was required to collect 70 tools. The database contains: the name of tool, description, kind of learning (non-formal, informal), […]

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Insights I – How to make visible and value skills and competence of refugees: exchanging national approaches and experiences

The 28th and 29th April 2016 in Hague, Netherland, It is being held the Peer Learning Activity of the EQF Advisory Group titled “How to make visible and value skills and competence of refugees: exchanging national approaches and experiences” organized by the Center for the Development of Vocational Training – CEDEFOP. The Center is an […]

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First steps

As part of the BEVIN Project’s ongoing search for effective validation tools for non-formal and informal learning, the project will conduct a ‘Cross-European Data Search’. This article attempts to better understand validation tools and how this task will contribute to more effective validation methods. Firstly, what are validation tools for non-formal and informal learning? Before […]

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