Date & Time: Nov. 30, 2021, 12 PM – 1 PM (Pacific Time Zone)
Cost: Free to BCPLAN and CAPLA Members; $25 to Non-Members
Successfully building its presence and helping economies recover, prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR) and micro-credentials have proven to be strong companions for adult learners seeking to reskill or upskill. Shorter timeframes, decreased costs, improved self-efficacy - PLAR and micro-credentials have something to offer to a range of stakeholders. However, it is the dynamic duo of the two that can truly bring enhanced benefits to learners, communities and economies.
Please join us as we learn about micro-credentials and PLAR based on results of the leading industry research and studies from across Canada.
About the Presenter
Joanne Duklas is an award-winning leader in higher education who leads her own consulting firm providing research and consulting support to governments, institutions, and sector organizations. Her career also includes serving as the vice president and president of ARUCC (2010 - 2012), as a past member of the 2020/21 TAICEP Strategic Task Force, and as a former registrar and assistant vice president at one of Canada’s largest post-secondary institutions.
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