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GR-EAT (2014-2016) aims to propose a comprehensive tool for the implementation of recognition systems and contribute to the overall advocacy process toward the recognition of non-formal and informal learning (NFIL) taking place within youth organisations. Led by AEGEE, EUCIS-LLL is one of the six partners (KA2 Strategic Partnership, Erasmus+) and is responsible for conducting research among employers in order to find out about their needs and expectations regarding the recognition of NFIL and will draft a study report. EUCIS-LLL is also a partner in other intellectual outputs including the development of the online platform. The objectives of the project are to create common guidelines for recognition of NFIL acquired in a volunteering context, supporting youth organisation in providing internal validation systems which can be recognised externally. The project also wants to support longterm volunteers in raising their awareness of competences acquired and their value in an employment context as well as in acquainting them with the identification and documentation procedures that are useful to go through national validation systems. Another objective is to raise the awareness of companies on the benefits and impact of long term volunteering for transversal competence development.

Soon more information about the project will be made available!

News from the GR-EAT

GR-EAT Survey on the Recognition of Volunteers’ competences by Employers: Results now avaliable

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In the framework of the GR-EAT project (AEGEE), EUCIS-LLL led a survey approaching employers on how they value volunteering in recruitment. Led from February to April 2015, it gathered 131 responses destined to evaluate the recognition of non-formal and informal learning …

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Participate in our survey! Help us to better support young volunteers!

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EUCIS-LLL is a partner of the “GR-EAT” project that aims to support young volunteers having their voluntary experience better recognised by employers. EUCIS-LLL is carrying out research among HR staff and those responsible for recruitment in all types of organisations …

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Research on employers’ needs and assessment methods and tools

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As part of the GR-EAT project EUCIS-LLL has, in collaboration with the project partners Bureau Européen du Scoutisme (WOSM) and Youth for Exchange and Understanding (YEU), just finalised some research on assessment methods and tools which have been developed in …

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