Thursday, 14 December 2017

Informal and non-formal competences matching devise for migrants' employability and active citizenship

P2: Centre REgional pour le Développement local, la formation et l’Insertion des Jeunes

Acronym:CREDIJ

CREDIJ is a non-profit Association created in 1983 by the French Regional Vocational Training Authority of the Haute Normandie region (Ministry of Employment). CREDIJ assembles experts in the in the fields of vocational guidance and counselling, course and training planning and design, and of educational systems evaluation (Universities, CNCP, academic training centers – GRETA Network…). The missions of the CREDIJ have been reoriented since 1994 when some legal competences have been transferred from the government to the local authorities (regions).
It conducts studies on apprenticeship, integration and employment of young people, acquisition and validation of competences, notably in the building and service sectors, tutors and trainers training, and VAE (Validation of skills acquired through experience). Since 2001, the CREDIJ has been involved in EU projects promoting transparency and recognition of competences and qualifications, and professional mobility and equality (gender, origins, disables, migrants).
It participates in European Union projects, aiming to encourage the transparent comprehension of European qualifications and certifications, as well as mobility and professional equality.
CREDIJ leans on educational networks and socio-economic actors, able to diffuse, implement and give value to the European projects’ products and results: universities, GRETA Network and other training centers, TTNet Network (Centre Inffo - Cedefop), regional branches, local authorities, associations.

Contacts:

CREDIJ
Centre REgional pour le Développement local, la formation et l’Insertion des Jeunes
Immeuble KADRANCE
48, Rue la Bruyère
75009 Paris
France
Tel.: +33 1 48 74 90 20
Website: www.credij.fr

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