This page contains all documents produced by the VISKA consortium ready for public dissemination.

D5.2 Final reports (Cross country report and national reports)

Cross - country Evaluation report

The ‘Visible Skills of Adults’ Project (VISKA) was a collaboration between four partner countries: Belgium Flanders, Norway, Iceland and Ireland. Project VISKA addressed the European policy priority of diminishing skills mismatch, fostering employability, economic growth and job creations, and social inclusion – by making knowledge, skills and competences of adults more visible through validation of informal and non-formal learning. It centred on qualitative improvement in current validation policies and practices in the four partner countries. VISKA was a three- year project, running from March 2017 to February 2020 and was co-ordinated by Skills Norway. The research and evaluation partner of the VISKA project was Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland.

This report presents the synthesis of findings for the VISKA project based on national report from the field trials.

Read the full report here

Read the executive summary here

National Evaluation Reports

All full national reports can be found on our downloadpage, as well as country specific outputs.

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