9.10. Paasitorni, Helsinki

The Finnish National Europass Centre organised a seminar on Europass. The aim of the seminar was to gather together guidance and counselling professionals and representatives of education institutions and student organisations to discuss and debate: How to make skills more transparent and how can Europass help to achieve this.

The seminar consisted of lectures, a panel discussion and expert workshops.

Please find below the executive summary (in English) and the seminar's materials (partly in English).

The seminar programme.

Summary of the panel (in Finnish).

Workshop I, Hidden Intercultural Skills

Reort (In Finnish)

Workshop II, Developing Europass

Report (In Finnish)

slides (In Finnish)

Workshop III , Europass in Estonia and Sweden: how is the Europass organised, promoted and used in Estonia and Sweden: best-practises and ideas

Chairs: Senior administrative officer Bengt Landtfeldt, Europass Sweden, Europass manager Margit Paakspuu, Europass Estonia

Workshop III, report (in English)

Workshop III, slides: 1) Europass in Estonia, 2) Europass in Sweden

Workshop IV: Communicating Skills: Lessons from Youthpass

Report (In Finnish)

Workshop IV, slides (In Finnish)

Summary of the whole seminar in English

The Finnish National Europass Centre organised a seminar on Europass: How to make skills more transparent and how can Europass help to achieve this. Seminar materials and a summary in English are now available.


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