VISKA project on skills recognition comes to close
VISKA, an Erasmus+ KA3 policy experimentation project in which QQI participated has now closed.
The VISKA project tested whether skills mismatch could be reduced, and enhanced employability and social inclusion enabled through Recognition of Prior Learning processes to make skills visible for people with low levels of qualifications, including migrants and refugees. A Cross Country Evaluation Report on the impacts of the experimentation is published here. A National Report is also available. QQI thanks colleagues in Norway, Iceland and Belgium-Flanders and especially the project research team in CIT, who developed the Report.
The end of the project was marked with an international conference - you can view the video celebration here.