Childminding and validation

A childminder is a person who, alone or together with another person, takes care of a small group of children. The maximum can vary per country and per age group. Also, the maximum age of the children can vary per country.

Coming soon… expected in March 2019:

The first ValChild output is a report, mainly addressed to validation stakeholders, as well as to VET providers and other training entities, which will give an overview of childminding and the present situation in Validation of Non-formal and Informal Learning (VNIL) in partner countries and explore best practices, as well as identify the factors limiting the implementation of validation of informal and non-formal learning, in the wider area of childcare. This report will define the criteria, which will set the foundations for the development of VALCHILD validation framework.

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