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Where we’ve been What we’ve learned Where we’re going. Where we’ve been. Some milestones Positions of key institutions More than 12 tools for recognition of non formal learning Recognition for three groups of people Young people Youth workers Youth trainers at the European level.

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Where we ve been what we ve learned where we re going

Where we’ve been

What we’ve learned

Where we’re going


Where we ve been

Where we’ve been

  • Some milestones

  • Positions of key institutions

  • More than 12 tools for recognition of non formal learning

  • Recognition for three groups of people

    • Young people

    • Youth workers

    • Youth trainers at the European level


Where we ve been1

Where we’ve been

  • Recognition of programmes

  • Looked at different stakeholder needs

  • Discussed some hot topics

  • Challenged to make concrete proposals


What we have learned

What we have learned

  • There is more than one bridge to be built

    • In order to develop recognition processes

    • And in order to be recognised more

  • Social and codified (formal) recognition

  • Issues of status

    • Voluntary vs paid

    • Formal vs non-formal

    • Romantic vs serious


What we have learned1

What we have learned

  • Issues of accountability and credibility

    • To young people

    • To politicians

    • To self (as young person, youth worker or trainer)

    • To funders


What we have learned2

What we have learned

  • What do we want to be recognised for?

    • Standards achieved

    • Competencies demonstrated

    • Distance travelled – personal growth

    • Contributions made – to society, communities, organisations and individuals

    • Etc etc


What we have learned3

What we have learned

  • What is recorded?

    • Skills,, knowledge, experience, achievements

    • Values, attitudes, behaviours

    • More or less context specific

  • How do we know what to record?

    • Personal aspirations – what’s important to me

    • Stakeholder needs

    • Occupational profiling/Functional analysis

    • 360 degree consultation


What we have learned4

What we have learned

  • That recognition is a process - Life long and life wide

  • That recognition in the non formal sector is relational – it’s a two-way process


Where we re going

Where we’re going

Towards a common language…

  • that will be understood by…

    Ourselves, Politicians, Employers, Formal Education etc etc

  • that will enable/facilitate…

    Accountability, Inclusion, RECOGNITION


Where we re going1

Where we’re going

  • Towards securing more resources by…

    • Analysing the benefits and costs

    • Communicating the benefits

    • Using the right language for the right stakeholders

    • Building bridges of recognition and recognition of bridges

    • Becoming translators and interpreters


Where we ve been what we ve learned where we re going

SEXY

  • Self assessment comes first

  • Examples of good practice exist in the non formal sector and in other sectors

  • eXtra resources are always needed

  • You are part of the way forward


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