Validating newcomers’ prior learning gives them a chance to have their knowledge officially recognised. Check out the VINCE country reports about the implementation of validation in various European countries.
Validation supports inclusion. Newcomers in Europe get the chance to have their prior learning officially recognized and to receive access to Higher Education. Check out the VINCE case studies and learn more about the impact of validation on inclusion.
During the project policy recommendations will be developed, targeted at EU, national decision makers and institutional learners. They will be presented at the final project conference on 14th of November 2019. Stay tuned at the VINCE News.
EUCEN has always fought for the development and implementation of validation of prior learning. VINCE is a step forward towards making validation accessible also to newcomers and refugees!
Carme Royo, EUCEN
Validation gives people the chance to understand the full range of their skills and competences. Tacit knowledge is getting explicit and validation candidates can live up to their full potential. This is empowerment.
Isabell Grundschober, Danube University Krems
Learning processes take place everywhere – not only at school or university. Validating these learning outcomes is getting more and more important. Also technology supported learning environment will change accordingly in the future – to support the validation of non-formal and informal learning.
Peter Baumgartner, Danube University Krems
If you say ‘yes’ to Lifelong Learning you have to say ‘yes’ to validation of competences. It is very important to make informal learning worthwhile.
Thomas Eckert, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
The integration of migrants is one of the biggest challenges facing Europe today. The VINCE project can help university staff dealing with migrants to better understand their needs and contribute to their integration in our societies.
Anne Kalaschek, Fachhochschule Burgenland
Through VINCE we want to make a step forward towards welcoming newcomers and refugees, by making it easier for them to access the job market or be admitted to further studies.