The training module 'Course Design for Accreditation' was the last Train for Trainers action developed under the WP3 Capacity Building.
The event had a duration of 3 days (5th - 7th October 2015) and took place in the University of Alicante.
Each partner involved 3 staff members in this training, and the event counted with the participation of two of three European Partners: UJF (France) and UNED (Spain)
The main objective of the training module was to facilitate the participants to reinforce their competences in the following areas:
- capacity to work in networks
- internal rules for accreditation
- accreditation agencies
- accreditation methodology
- description of training course for accreditation
- collecting information and data
The responsible of delivering the content and monitoring the progress of the meeting was the University of Alicante, who counted with the valuable support of EUCIS LLL.
EUCIS is an European Civil Society Platform on Lifelong Learning (EUCIS-LLL) is an umbrella association that gathers 33 European organisations active in the field of education and training, coming from all EU Member States and beyond. Currently these networks represent more than 45 000 educational institutions (schools, universities, adult education and youth centres, etc.) or associations (involving students, teachers and trainers, parents, HRD professionals, etc.) covering all sectors of formal, non-formal and informal learning. Their members reach out to several millions of beneficiaries.