02 SES 04 A, Symposium: Recognition Assessment Of Informal Competences
In Italy there is an agreement on the importance of validation principles and aims; however, there is a delay in adopting the provisions necessary for the development of a national system of validation and certification of non-formal and informal competences. Until now, the implementation of institutional systems and devices aimed at validation has only been fully developed at regional level, but the regions adopted different approaches to the implementation of validation: this means that each Italian Region assigns the task to validate and certificate FL and IFL to different stakeholders (e.g. Private Training Centers or Public Employment Centres); hence, different tools are used to assess and validate learning. Within such complex framework, in order to overcome such fragmentation, I CARE Italian partners have been developing a common model for validating the competences acquired by caregivers through non formal and informal ways. To reach this objective, the caregivers professional standards of reference adopted by the three partner Regions (Tuscany, Lombardy, Molise) were compared, and a common professional standard was developed. For developing the common validation model and the assessment tools, partners have been taking into consideration the recommendations of the Italian “Institute for the development of vocational training of workers” (ISFOL)
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