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Building a common ground
Validation of prior learning for integrated approaches in lifelong learning
The 4th Validation of Prior Learning Biennale will take place on May 19-20 2022 in Iceland with The Education and Training Service Centre (ETSC) as host. Validation is about making visible and giving value to all learning, irrespectively of where and when it was acquired. Validation plays a role in widening participation in learning, work, active citizenship and democratization. It is a tool that contributes to support individual transitions due to changes on the labour market, in society or personal life – including effects of quality of life, climate change and warfare. The 4th VPL Biennale focuses on how validation processes can become an integral part of policies and services to support lifelong learning. As a participant, you will be able to explore various validation processes and support measures and learn from the results achieved around the world.
Building a common ground – Validation of prior learning for integrated approaches in lifelong learning
The 4th VPL Biennale is about validation of prior learning in different contexts and pathways of work and life. As a participant, you will be able to explore various validation processes and support measures and learn from the results achieved around the world.
The main themes will be:
- Validation and working life
- Validation and education/training
- Validation and social sustainability
- Validation and personal development
Presentations of current research in the field
The main question to be addressed during the conference is: How can validation processes become an integral part of policies and services to support lifelong learning?
Meet Nan Travers and Jens Bjornavåld
What is validation about?
VPL gives visibility and value to all forms of learning and seeks to uncover and unlock latent talent in the workforce and in society. The biennale is for policy makers, researchers, users, practitioners, and other stakeholders involved in the development and implementation of Validation of Prior Learning.
It is a conference about sharing knowledge, ideas and visions of VPL, learning from each other’s experiences and creating viable solutions in the ‘VPL world’.