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1
Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition in the
light of Bologna
Bologna seminar Tbilisi, 8-9 november 2005 Anne
Marie Mak Nuffic Dutch ENIC/NARIC
Experiences from the Netherlands
2
Overview
  • European developments concerning recognition
  • PLAR in the Netherlands
  • Linking ICE and PLAR
  • PLAR procedure and the portfolio instrument
  • Dutch pilots with PLAR Portfolio
  • Future towards a Competence Centre

3
European developments International recognition
Main aim of the Bologna process Establish a
European Higher Education Area by 2010 in which
students and staff can move with ease and have
fair recognition of their qualifications.
  • Political response to
  • Increasing mobility
  • Increasing differentiation in
  • Educational providers
  • Types and duration of courses
  • Modes of provision (distance and e-learning)

4
European developments International recognition
  • Academic recognition
  • Professional recognition

Formal learning
To improve employability and mobility
opportunities for all citizens recognition of
informal learning should be made possible
5
Purpose of recognition of prior learning
  • Aiming at the (re)integration of individuals into
    education and training, labour market and society
    at large
  • At national level To support employability and
    active citizenship
  • At international level To support international
    mobility and acceptance of foreign qualifications
    / competencies

6
European developments Recognition of prior
learning
  • Bologna
  • Prague (2001) Action line Lifelong learning
    was added
  • European Commission
  • Copenhagen Declaration (2002) priority is given
    to the development of common principles regarding
    validation of non-formal and informal learning
    (principles were accepted in 2004)
  • ENIC/NARIC-networks
  • Acknowledgement that new forms of assessment are
    required

7
PLAR in the Netherlands Developments
  • Need for an improved link between education and
    the labour market
  • Development of a competency-based qualifications
    framework

content-based education ? competency-based
education
  • Development of flexibile learning paths
    (tailor-made)

8
PLAR in the Netherlands Developments
9
PLAR in the Netherlands Developments
10
Nuffic The Dutch ENIC / NARIC
Credential evaluation
Formal learning
11
Linking ICE and PLAR
Credential evaluation ? Formal Learning
Labour market
Education
PLAR ? All forms of learning
12
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Portfolio Common characteristics
Instrument to identify and describe competences
  • Carefully compounded document
  • Descriptions of formal and non-formal learning
  • Requires self-assessment and self-reflection
  • Candidate is writer and owner
  • Document is in continuous development
  • Includes documents of evidence

14
General steps in a PLAR procedure
15
Examples of Dutch pilot projects
Nuffics PLAR development approach
Recognizing body, HE institution, employment
agency, etc.
16
Nuffics PLAR development approach
  • Desk research
  • Promotion of PLAR practices by conducting pilot
    projects

Continuous cooperation with institution
Acceptance Implementation
17
Examples of Dutch pilot projects
2001 Educational sector foreign trained
secondary school teachers 2002
Medical sector foreign trained medical
doctors
2003 Labour market integration immigrants
and refugees with various professional
background
18
Examples of Dutch pilot projects
2001 Educational sector foreign trained
secondary school teachers 2002
Medical sector foreign trained medical
doctors
What other relevant experiences did these
foreign professionals gain next to their formal
schooling?
2003 Labour market integration immigrants
and refugees with various professional
background
19
Portfolio as information source
Institution Recognizing body, HE institution,
coun-celler, employer, etc.
Immigrant
Application letter, CV, credential evaluation
20
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Personal Development Plan
  • My appointments
  • My logbook
  • My network
  • My job applications
  1. Portfolio

Personal information Education Work experience
Languages Computer skills Skills and
qualities Documents
21
Course Portfolio development
22
Course Portfolio development
23
Value of portfolio for
  • Foreign professionals
  • Valuable to have a file in Dutch language
  • Acknowledgement of prior learning
  • Empowerment for Personal Development Plan
  • Good preparation for interview
  • Recognising institutions
  • Good preparation for interview
  • Planning of further assessment process
  • Need for competency-based standards

24
Future Nuffic Competence Centre
25
Digital portfolio archive
Personal details
Description competencies
Portfolio archive
Test results
Documents
Education information
Work experience information
26
Digital portfolio archive
Personal details
Description competencies
Portfolio archive
Test results
Documents
Education information
Work experience information
27
Relevant information
  • Internet
  • www.ice-plar.net
  • www.nuffic.nl
  • www.kenniscentrumevc.nl
  • Common European Principles for validation of
    non-formal and informal learning
  • Handouts
  • Article about linking ICE and PLAR
  • Article about Dutch pilot with portfolio for
    medical doctors
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