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Call for Innovative Projects: Learning from European funded projects

Do you have an EU-funded project linked to entrepreneurial learning? Submit your project now and showcase it to policy makers and practitioners across Europe! Then “Practice into Policy: Entrepreneurial Learning (#PiPEnT)” is made for you! #PiPEnT is a pilot initiative to demonstrate the collective learning, value and impact of EU projects linked to entrepreneurial learning. It will trial a new approach to gathering and showcasing learning from a wide range of EU funded projects within a specific thematic area, with […]

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InnoVal Project: Leuven Meeting

In the framework of the InnoVal project, a 5-day long staff training took place on 13-17 February 2017 in the premises of UC Leuven-Limburg.
The training delivered by UCLL focused on qualitative data analysis methodologies, data collection and on the conduction of video interviews. Study visits in the city of Leuven and in social enterprises took place. Moreover, synergies with similar projects were explored.
Partners reached a common understanding about key terms and agreed on the methodology to be followed […]

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InnoVal kicked-off in Paris 14-15 November!

The kick-off meeting of the new InnoVal project (Innovative Assessment Methods for Validation) took place on 14-15 November in Paris. Representatives from the 6 partner organisations (LLLP, Dafni Kek, ANESPO, EIESP, UC Leuven, EUCEN) and from Bertelsmann Stiftung, gathered to discuss and foster a shared understanding about the aims, objectives and next steps of the project which will run for 2 years. The first stage of InnoVal will review the state of play regarding the use of non-traditional assessment methods […]

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Survey on the Recognition of Volunteers’ competences by Employers

In the framework of the GR-EAT project (AEGEE), the LLL-P led a survey approaching employers on how they value volunteering in recruitment. Led from February to April 2015, it gathered 131 responses destined to evaluate the recognition of non-formal and informal learning prior, for and during employment. Three mismatches were revealed: first, between the value employers give to volunteering and their capacity to assess it; second, between assessment tools and employer’s knowledge of their existence, as well as correspondence to their needs; third, between […]

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