The European Commission has launched a public consultation on a potential European area of skills and qualifications. EUCIS-LLL has submitted a complete contribution to the consultation along with a position paper (see our website). The Platform highlighted that the essential priority to concretise a European Area of Skills and Qualifications is to achieve coherence in the terminology used to reach a true learning outcomes approach, by sustaining the legacy of the 2006 European Key Competences Framework. EUCIS-LLL also insisted on the importance of consistency between the different recognition and transparency tools, of proper validation arrangements by 2018 (see also EUCIS-LLL task force on VNFIL) and of partnership approaches with stakeholders to deliver the vision. The Commission will hold a conference presenting the results of the consultation on 17 June in Brussels.
EUCIS-LLL contributes to the Commission’s consultation on a European area of skills and qualifications
News - 30th April 2014