BC PLAN is a network of like minded organizations and individuals, who have come together from across the province to charter a communication network.
Together we promote increased access to post secondary credentials and skilled employment through the informed recognition of the skills and knowledge adults bring to post secondary institutions, to business, and to industries across the province.
A Continuing Professional Development Event For Human Resource Professionals, Educators, Regulatory Associations, Career Practitioners and Social and Employment Service Providers.
Expert practitioners from various sectors of the economy will explain how they effectively use Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) as a lever to access further education, to advance in their careers and their lives.
Please join us at our 2017 Annual Symposium on Friday, June 23, 2017 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm @ Trinity Western University Richmond, 5900 Minoru Boulevard, 3rd Floor, Richmond BC, V6X 0L9
The PLIRC Document Database is an initiative of the Prior Learning International Research Centre (PLIRC) at Thompson Rivers University. Intended for scholars, practitioners, and policy-makers, the database provides a free, full-text resource of research-related documents in the area of prior learning assessment and recognition.
PLA resources allows students to earn credit toward a course or program offered by a post-secondary institution if they can demonstrate, through a systematic and valid assessment process, that the learning is equivalent to that which normally would be acquired through conventional study at the post-secondary level.
Our Network – Our network includes representatives from post secondary institutions, provincial government, sector councils, and individuals working with adult learners in the public, private and voluntary sectors. Members are excited about the potential for growth of innovative PLAR partnerships in British Columbia and about the potential for a strong provincial network to encourage and support increased activity.