Objectives of the EPER project and positive synergy
Partner countries in this project will have the opportunity for capacity building on full implementation of the Lisbon Recognition Convention, and more specifically to learn about the possible ways of alleviating recognition problems and improving the understanding of the Lisbon Recognition Convention principles.
As part of the EPER project, the Ministry of Science and Education organized a workshop on the topic of future cooperation between project partners following the conclusion of the project. The workshop was organized on 1 December...
On 30 November 2021, the final conference of the EPER project - Effective partnership for enhanced recognition was held at Hotel Neptun in Dubrovnik in a hybrid form.
The conference was focused on a review of...
The final conference of the project EPER will be held on 30 November 2021, beginning at 10 a.m. The conference will be organized as a hybrid event, a small number of participants will be physically present in Dubrovnik, while others...
The aim of the PLA was to disseminate experience with the recognition of prior learning, as envisaged by the Council Recommendation on the validation of non-formal and informal learning.
The introductory speech was given by...
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