Intellectual outputs

The DiverPass project intents to design two Inteelectual outputs : a mentoring for trainers to apply properly this training among professionals with various profiles (paid staff and volunteers)  to meet the special issues they are faced to by  answering the expectations of public with various profiles ; and a guidance for anyone working with migrants  in order to enhance a key competence approach taking into account the diversity approach with a focus on diversity and mobility , combining formal, non-formal and informal learning (Bologna process & Copenhagen process).

The project aims at supporting professionals/educators to tackle the following issues: a lack of recognition of qualifications and professional competences of the migrant learners they are working with (reference: Key competences framework, EC, 2006 & 2018) ; a high diversity among migrants in terms of status (administrative diversity), education (levels of education), reasons for migrating (economic, political, family gathering, studies…) ; a high diversity as well in the skills and competences required for professionals especially as they are also diverse in terms of status (volunteers/paid staff) and qualifications (in social work, teaching & training, migration issues…) ; and a lack of relevant training and methodology to combine a formal learning- for instance to assess a linguistic level (Common European framework of reference for Language- CEFR, since 1991) with a non-formal & informal learning (based on a voluntary experience)

All the European partners are involved in all the  Intellectual Outputs (IO) with a different lead partner selected on the basis of its expertise in the field

First IO- a mentoring – it explains the method suggested to educators in order for them to be able to implement the sustainability of the DiverPass approach. On the basis of a first draft suggested by the lead partner- iriv conseil, all the partners provide a feedback and are asked to test the quasi-final version. The lead partner National association of trainers collects the feedbacks and circulates a final version to be translated in the different languages by each partner.

The  IO1 is led by  with the partnership af all the other partners

 

Second IO- a guideline gathering all the feedbacks received during the testing of the project and opening perspectives. On the basis of a first draft suggested by the lead partner- ERIFO, all the partners provide a feedback and are asked to test the quasi-final version. The lead partner collects the feedbacks and circulates a final version to be translated in the different languages by each partner.

The final publication - a policy paper and recommendations agreed by all the partners is spread in the different countries thanks to a  collaborative process through relevant networks of stakeholders built - VET organizations, national public bodies and European organisations . They will ensure that the policy landscape is also influenced by the analysis, innovative practice and outputs of the project.

The IO2 is ld by with the partnership af all the other partners

Overall the project contributes to the needs for educational policy and practice which address and value diversity in learning (formal and informal & non formal) and thereby promote a more tolerant and integrated society which understands and is enriched by the added value of such perspectives combining the Bologna process (formal learning) and the Copenhagen process (informal and non formal learning).