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Recognition of informal learning

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Within the ICONET-project (www.iconet-eu.net) an approach of recognizing and recording acquired competences has been developed and established.The participants of the training were young people with …

Within the ICONET-project (www.iconet-eu.net) an approach of recognizing and recording acquired competences has been developed and established.The participants of the training were young people with learning disabilities.

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  • 1. Iconet Austria Training for the recognition of informal acquired competences January-April 09
  • 2. 12 participants of the vocational preparation course, Basisqualifizierung Chance B
  • 3. Every Thuesday morning we met for 2 hours.
  • 4. Each participant got an own map which included the training materials.
  • 5. Frontpage of the training material To be able to say, what I am able to do To be able to say, what I have learned To recognise my special skills To recognise, what I´m especially interested in
  • 6. Talking with one another, interviewing my collegues, getting to know about competences and how we can spot and express them – these are basic skills for the later performing of the Iconet-tool.
  • 7. A way of presenting my favorite topics of conversation is cutting out pictures of magazines
  • 8. Talking with one another brings people togehter...........
  • 9. ...........and strenghtens friendships .......... strenghtens friendships
  • 10. ....................and enables new relationships
  • 11. A strange thing, which always happened was the crowding on one side, once right - once left
  • 12. 50 relevant competences are printed on cards
  • 13. ..........and have to be sorted into categories
  • 14. Splitting the pile of cards in four categories: can, don´t know, can´t and competence
  • 15. Each participant got a small boxe to store one´s cards........
  • 16. ............which has to be marked.
  • 17.  
  • 18. Instructions have to be explained very precisely and should be related to praxis
  • 19. Without support by the staff, many exercises and work-steps would have been too difficult
  • 20. Sorting out from th „I can“-pile my 5 favorite competences
  • 21. Spoting my 5 favorite competences is hard work
  • 22.  
  • 23. Peer-interviews about TOP 5
  • 24. Exchanging experiences regarding the best 5 competences
  • 25. The TOP 5 competences have to be proofed during the peer-interviews
  • 26.  
  • 27. It is not always easy to keep the cards in the right order
  • 28.  
  • 29. Talking with one another is a challenge but brings pleasant situations
  • 30. After having „proofen“ my top five competences, I mark them in a formular
  • 31. Certification through Eva Skergeth-Lopic, the manager of the company
  • 32. Agnes apparently proud
  • 33. Benedict receives his Iconet-certification
  • 34. The whole group apparently in a good mood......
  • 35. The whole group apparently in a good mood...........
  • 36. Contact Mag. Birgit Mahrle-Haas ChanceB Franz-Josefstr.3 8200 Gleisdorf [email_address] 0043/664/60409165 www.chanceb.at