Young people in initial training; adults in ongoing training and retraining; professionals
The project partners in this partnership are all competent authorities with important levels of autonomy with regard to validating and recognising learning outcomes. Consequently, they are the main institutions who ultimately decide on learners’ transfer or credit.
The project CAPE-SV is not developing common units of learning outcomes. The basis of their approach is to develop tools to enable the project partners to describe the content of their qualifications in a transparent manner using learning outcomes. Learning outcomes are to be grouped according to stages of the production process in the performance arts industry: planning, designing, implementing, evaluating. For this purpose the project has developed a grid through which the project partners can describe their qualifications or their parts using some common categories. The grid describes the learning outcomes using a colour code which reflects the different components of a learning outcomes description (active verb, object, context, etc.). The project involved practitioners from the field in designing this grid and in validating that it was feasible and understandable. The above mentioned grid should also contain information about the evidence that learners are expected to have about the achievement of given learning outcomes in case they seek recognition of qualifications or credit among the partner institutions.
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