ESU advocating for recognition of competences/skills gained in non-formal and informal learning (NFIL)
The Peer Learning Activity of the Advisory Group (PLA AG) of European Qualifications Framework took place between 21-22nd of September.
ESU representatives facilitated discussions and advocated on how students’ learning experience can be enriched with validation of competences/skills gained in non-formal and informal learning (NFIL). Representatives also highlighted the importance of all stakeholders’ commitment to work on recognition of NFIL.
During the Peer Learning Activity, Advisory Group members focused on challenges of implementation, on how coordination and coherence can be assured across initiatives, tools that can facilitate/support validation of NFIL etc.