Comparative EU Report on Strategic informal and non formal competences for social and educational professionals

Key Documentos


 

The Theorical Framework

Template for national Researches

Guidelines for interviews


 

The Output EU comparative Report on strategic informal and non-formal competencies of social and educational professionals will be an effective methodological contribution to implement all the systems that have at their core non formal and informal competencies, focusing their attention on those competencies recognized as able to activate the project decision making and proactivity in the NEET population and in the young people involved in training courses.

The Theoretical Framework will be the basis for a common language to ensure that the differsofia_meeting_maio_2015_12ent national surveys in IT, BG, ES and P can use a common frame based on the same principles in terms of collection and analysis.

Com-Work is a Participatory Research Project that aims to contribute to progress and innovation in the domain of practices to promote social welfare.The research focuses are all extremely dense and equally indispensable for each other:

– The acquired competences in informal and non-formal contexts by social professionals who carry out their professional activities in social and education fields;

– The NEET population, nowadays one of the main beneficiaries of the European Community resources and, in this research, the recipients also of professional services;

– The system of training and competence recognition, in continental terms, to ensure transparency and mobility to people.

These focuses of research will be object of analysis to achieve the main objective of the project that is to build the Learning Unit.sofia_meeting_maio_2015_04This first draft of the Theoretical Framework aims to narrow the field, problematize the issues and propose ideas and definitions to be shared within the working group of the COM WORK Project.