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Validating informal competencies of young people - Interview tool - en.pdf
Young people acquire competencies not only at school, vocational education and training and other formal learning settings. They also acquire competencies when they take up responsibilities within their family, when they are meeting their friends, when they work in jobs, when they engage in sports or music, when they do volunteer work.
The ICOVET project has developed a validation tool, which supports educators, social workers and other facilitators in youth support agencies of making visible competencies that have been acquired by young people in various areas of activities outside formal learning.
This manual describes the validation tool and process developed in the ICOVET project, which has been carried out in the framework of the European Leonardo da Vinci program.