Project Reports

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Study research on expectations from external stakeholders regarding competences and recognition processes of Non Formal and Informal learning (NFIL)

The study report explains the initial research phase of the project and provides recommendations based on the outcomes of LLLPlatform and VUB for policy-makers, employers and youth organisations.

In 2015, on the occasion of its 10th anniversary, The European Civil Society Platform on Lifelong Learning (EUCISLLL) became the Lifelong Learning Platform (LLL-P) and adopted a new shortened name and visual identity.



Cover_joint conclusionJoint conclusion

Read the joint conclusion by LLLP and Vrije Universiteit Brussel on the study report which explored the expectations from external stakeholders towards the recognition of NFIL.




Cover_executive summaryExecutive summary of the study on the recognition of NFIL

Study report is too long to read, but you’re interested in the findings? Read executive summary and get an overview of the report!






Cover_survey resultsSurvey results on recognition of volunteers’ competences by employers

In Spring 2015 the Lifelong Learning Platform conducted a survey among 131 diverse set of companies in order to find out their expectations towards volunteers and their competences. This optimistic result is supported by the fact that half of the respondents are flexible in allowing employees to take an active role as volunteers by providing flexible hours and authorise absence leave. What is more, the survey shows that the existing tools to support the validation process are mainly unknown. Read a full report to find out more about the survey results!





Cover_self assessmentStudy report on self-assessment of non-formal and informal learning

YEU, LLLP, WOSM, VUB and AEGEE worked together on the the main elements related to the self-assessment process and outlines existing self-assessment tools in the field of youth and lifelong learning. This report provides an in depth analysis of the self-assessment process from various perspectives outlining also the best suited methodologies in the field of self-assessment of NFIL. Finally, the report offers a set of elements that should be taken into consideration for the following steps of this project.





Cover_executive summary (1)Executive summary of the self-assessment of non-formal and informal learning

Read the executive summary to get a quick overview of the main points tackled in the study report on 11 self-assessment tools in the field of youth and lifelong learning.



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