Prior Learning Assessment Options for Career Advancement
with Susan Forseille
Date & Time: March 10, 2021, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. PST.
Registration deadline: March 09, 2021
Please join us for a series of webinars on Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) to learn more about ways to harness PLAR for Career Advancement, as well as its economic impacts in British Columbia!
Increasingly post-secondary institutions (PSI) are recognizing that experience is an amazing teacher. This informal and non-formal learning can come from work, volunteer experiences, self-study, travel, parenting, and many more life experiences. Some PSIs have developed prior learning assessment (PLA) programs that support students in identifying, documenting and assessing this learning for advanced entry and/or credits in their programs of study. This webinar will share information on what the prior learning options are in BC, how to access these options, offering guidance on how identifying and documenting prior learning can lead to career advancement.
About the presenter
Susan Forseille - as the Director, Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) at Thompson Rivers University, 22-years as a career-educator, and an enthusiastic researcher, Susan has been privileged to work in, and conduct research around, multiple intersections of career development, prior learning, and education. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University, a Master of Education from Thompson Rivers University, and is currently completing her PhD with the University of Leicester. Susan is a passionate PLAR advocate believing adult learners acquire great amounts of knowledge and skills through life and work experience.
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