Have your say on Recognition of Prior Learning in Europe 🗣 @EURASHE invites you to share your views and experiences regarding #RPL in #HigherEducation in a newly launched survey, developed within the framework of the #RPLip project, which aims at mapping the situation, challenges and good practices in this field 🤓 Fill in the survey […]

Carmel begins by asking whether a farmer needs a qualification, and observes the strength of farming heritage and frequently tacit learning that can contribute to RPL processes nationally. Credentials and future proofing for competitiveness, sustainability, food security and environmental care are central to many ‘Young Farmers’ and maturing farmers concerns, not simply to access Revenue […]

Stephen sets out a vision whereby a person’s engagement with DEASP might link better to RPL services through improved purposing and connectivity of data, but also through the ongoing training of staff. Linking this both to the Recommendation and CEDEFOP Guidelines for the professionalisation of services, he advocates for the inclusion of DEASP in the […]

Carlow Institute of Technology on behalf of the Higher Education Authority (HEA), The Impact of RPL Policy on Practice in Higher Education Topic: David rapidly outlines the development of national RPL policy in publicly funded higher education against practice and implementation over a seven-year period. He illustrates the power of RPL to engage and impact […]

Oran speaks to successful work based learning partnerships, situating RPL as a core component in this relationship. Giving insights not only on the needs of the person juggling new learning, meeting the same high standards in employment and family responsibilities, Oran identifies key challenges in working with increasingly competitive and ambitious employers. Trust, partnership, communications […]