In ToVET project, we have created 16 badges to complement all eight key competences for lifelong learning that the Council for European Union has recommended in the 2018 framework.
The badges are divided into different categories depending on their content and nature. Some are regarded as so-called prerequisite badges and are meant to be achieved before applying for the other badges.
Following the suggested order of badges when applying for them helps you to gain skills in progressive order so that the gained skills and competence help you in obtaining the badges.
The so-called partial badges are parts of several sets of competence and help you obtain more than one Meta badge.
The so-called Meta badges are collective badges combined of two or more content badges. These Meta badges are automatically distributed to an individual who has successfully gained all content badges belonging to it.
Pre-Badges; to be done first
– Personal and social wellbeing
– Learning to learn
→ META: PERSONAL AND SOCIAL WELLBEING
To be done before Digital and Multilingual Badges
– Cultural awareness and expression
– Literacy, information search and media criticism
A. Working life skills
Guidance – Open Badges
In order to apply for an Open Badge, you must have a web platform or a cloud storage (e.g. Google Drive, Office365, OneDrive, Dropbox) or a blog to report or to make a presentation on a subject applied for.
The above-mentioned report or presentation you should link to your Open Badge application.
You will find more information about the badge you are applying for by clicking on it.
Click on “more…” to open the required evidence and application form of the badge.
Read the description and especially the required evidence carefully and follow the given instructions.
Fill in the application and link the required attachment file (report, presentation, blog)
You can also add extra proof material as attachments.