The second workshop in the series of Workshops for Recognition of previous learning-RPL, organized under responsibility of the Faculty of electrical engineering and information technologies, UKIM, Skopje, Macedonia, as a project partner, was realised according the following
Overview of the progress of activities in the project
Developing a Model for the process of Recognition of previous learning-RPL
Under the first topic, project partners discussed the progress that each partner has achieved, realising the activities planned for this project period. It was concluded that the development of the training programs that will be the next serious activity, should be done in similar manner for all participants. The schedule of the activities was updated.
After the Presentation of good practices for the process of Recognition of previous learning-RPL from European countries, from the previous workshop, the main subject for discussion, at this meeting was, to define the milestones for establishing the RPL process in Macedonia. This kind of process is completely unfamiliar in our country, so there is a need to create the whole process, and to develop procedures and documentation for this purpose. FEEIT as project partner, responsible for this task, was guiding the discussion, and was appointed to design complete documentation necessary for RPL procedures.
The discussion among the partners resulted with plenty of fruitful suggestions. It was appointed to embed this suggestions in the final document for defining the Procedures for RPL process.
Title:2 nd Workshop for Recognition of previous learning-RPL
Activity in the Work Package 2 in the framework of the Project BUILD UP Skills BEET – Builders’ Energy Efficiency Training
Date: 11. 12. 2014
Venue:Faculty of electrical engineering and information technologies, Skopje, Macedonia
Co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme of the European Union
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