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The experience of recognition of competencies acquired in non-formal and informal education in foreign countries

Litvinova Nina Petrovna

Doctor of Economics

Director, House of Europe in Saint Petersburg; Professor, the department of Management and Law, St. Petersburg State University of Technologies and Design

198188 Russia, St. Petersburg, Marshala Govorova Street 18

ninalitvinova@mail.ru
Samorukov Vyacheslav Ivanovich

PhD in Pedagogy

Director of Center of Further Education, St.Petersburg State University of Trade and Economics

194021 Russia, St. Petersburg, Novorossiyskaya Street 50, office #1801

dop.obr.pk@gmail.com
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DOI:

10.7256/2409-8736.2015.4.16070

Review date:

06-08-2015


Publish date:

27-12-2015


Abstract: The authors thoroughly examine the problems of recognition of professional competencies acquired outside the system of formal education such as improvement of legislation in the area of adult education; elimination of contradictions between social partners and the government; development and use of the effective instruments and systems of recognition, certification and accreditation of non-formal education, including the authorities and procedures of ensuring quality. The implementation of the system of recognition on non-formal and distance education contributes to the promotion of lifelong learning, creation education that is more effective and meets economic standards and the labor market, and also allows reducing the spending on education and advanced training. The authors present a review on the world practice of acknowledgement of professional competencies and conduct a comparative analysis of the systems and instruments of recognition of professional competencies in a number of European countries, Canada and South Korea. The main conclusion consists in the fact that majority of the countries reform their systems of acquiring education in which the systems of recognition of non-formal and distance education become a significant component.


Keywords: professional competences, non-formal education, longlife learning, adult education, Folk High School, social function, recognition of competencies, reform of the education system, social partnership, system of certification
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