We recently attended the fifth transnational meeting for our SEPLO project, which was hosted by our French partners, Alfmed, at their offices in Perpignan.
With the project now in it’s final year of delivery, we appreciated this opportunity to meet with our European colleagues to discuss our project outputs in more detail.
We are pleased to be at the point of signing off the first two collaborative pieces of work, which will be launched on the SEPLO website imminently;
A report to explore the application of learning outcomes in transnational mobility across our partner countries and Guidance to the recognition and validation of learning outcomes.
The meeting was an opportunity to share progress on the development of our guidance documents for college tutors, vocational learners and host organisations, and finalise our plans for the pilot phase of our project, when our guidance will be tested by key stakeholders across our partner countries.
It was a pleasure to be hosted in Perpignan and learn more about the work of Alfmed. We were delighted to be joined by some of their colleagues. It is always beneficial to have the opportunity to learn more about the context our partners are working in and see, first hand, some of the work they are doing.