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Recognition


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The formal approval of training organisations, products and services operating within the vocational education and training (VET) sector (as defined by state and territory legislation).
Source: NCVER 2013, Australia
Formal recognition: the process of granting official status to skills and competences: through the award of qualifications (Certificates, diploma or titles); through the grant of equivalence, credit units or waivers, validation of gained skills and/or competences.
Social recognition: the acknowledgement of the value of skills and/or competences by economic and social stakeholders.

Source: EU Commission(OpenCred study) 2016, Europe

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