Presenting the VISKA Results
This page contains all documents produced by the VISKA consortium ready for public dissemination.
Document D3.1 presents how the partners will work in the field trials with their tools. The document gives an overview of these tools.
VISKA will contribute to encourage a transnational consensus on, and a common language for, the identification of transversal skills. The criteria will be applied in controlled settings in the planned field trials.
While 4-phased validation arrangements are in place in many European countries, holistic quality assurance measures, for measuring the outcomes of the services provided, are not as frequently in place. VISKA aims to create a set of quality assurance standards which can be applied universally (not context specific) to measure the quality of validation services.
Guidance counsellors and other professional frontline staff are in need of updating their competences in order to better meet the needs of very diverse target audiences for VPL, including migrants, refugees and asylum seekers and improve service outcomes. Competences needed for guidance counsellors and other frontline staff involved in VPL will be defined through a thorough needs analysis. VISKA partners will develop training modules for these professionals and where needed specific training sessions will be held.