The BOOKLET is a digital tool based on Blockchain technology
The BOOKLET also keeps track of school experiences, jobs as well as the general and specific skills acquired
Validation of non-formal and informal learning is an opportunity launched from various European countries and actively promoted in European and international forums as a strategic element of innovation and optimization of learning systems for the enhancement of people and the development of employability.
In the CEDEFOP glossary, as well as in the recommendations relating to the EQF and ECVET, validation, or validation, of the learning outcomes means:
“The confirmation, by a competent organization, that the learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and/or competences) acquired by a person in a formal, non-formal or informal context have been learned based on pre-established criteria and comply to the requirements of a validation standard.“
Validation can be followed by certification or credit acceptance. About 10 years after the widespread debate and validation practices in Europe, there is a consolidation of training and technical and legal characteristics related to this device.
The BOOKLET also keeps track of school experiences, jobs as well as the general and specific skills acquired. Daily life can fit into this system, quickly enhancing extra-curricular and extra-work skills.
The primary purpose is to improve the readability and usability of people’s qualifications for a new job’s opportunities.
The Format of the BOOKLET chosen by Lirax is the evolution of a series of rules introduced in Italy and in many other European States, from 2005 to today.
The history of the BOOKLET offered by Lirax is based on proved experience, based on many experiments carried out in numerous Italian regions, in different ways, and in favor of diverse populations of beneficiaries
The advantages of using the BOOKLET are numerous, in particular for workers in an employment crisis.
It is useful for apprentices, immigrant workers, the staff of the armed forces, volunteers, and in general, for every citizen.
The definitions of the terms presented below are taken from the book “Terminology of European education and training policy. A selection of 100 keywords“. It is a ‘glossary’ compiled in collaboration with the European Training Foundation (ETF), the European Commission (DG Education and Culture) and Eurydice (the education information network in Europe), which reports the definition of the 100 terms, considered of primary importance to understand the education and training policies, currently practiced in Europe by researchers and professionals and, more generally, by all the people involved in this sector of activity.
The Cedefop glossary is in 14 languages.
Lirax focus is to close a long term circle. We select a minimum set of useful items promoting the adoption of a shared language and to represent policies, strategies, and practices in the specific area of certification of personal. The areas of work are learning and skills in a non-formal and informal context.