Work programme 2012-2015
Recognition of Prior Learning Network 2012-2015
The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Network provided regular update to Structural reforms Working Group.
Marin Gross - Coordinator
The network is Chaired by Estonia and there is a Steering Board that is coordinating the Network and is consisting of five members: Marin Gross(Estonia), Ruth Whittaker(Scotland), Sylvie Bonichon (EURASHE), Mehmet Durman (Turkey), Deirdre Goggin (Ireland).
Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Belgium/Flemish Community, Belgium/French Community Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Malta, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Rectors’ Conference of the Swiss Universities, The Netherlands, Turkey, UK, UK/Scotland, Scottish Social Services Council, European Commission, EUA, EURASHE, UNESCO.
Purpose and/or outcome
- To help promote and inform about practices and effective implementation and use of RPL across the EHEA.
- To provide a platform for EHEA countries to share and learn from policies and practices on RPL development within the context of Lifelong Learning, widening participation and workforce development
- To build links and partnerships between EHEA countries at various stages in RPL development.
- To elaborate strategies on how to develop and promote practice of RPL across the EHEA countries, including measures for removing various limitations leading to the award of complete HE qualifications.
- To build links between EHEA countries at various stages in RPL development.
- To liaise with other relevant EHEA networks and working groups, in particular the BFUG Working Group on Structural Reforms.