Take part in the consultation on key competences for lifelong learning and help develop quality, future-oriented education and training policies for the EU. The consultation, which runs until 19/05, is open to all, particularly individuals, organisations, and policy-makers active in the field of education. More information is available on the consultation page.
The focus of the consultation is on the 2006 Recommendation on Key Competences for Lifelong Learning , which identified eight main skills as essential for personal development, active citizenship, social inclusion and employment.
The consultation is part of a wider review of the Recommendation which began in 2016 and will be completed at the end of 2017 with the release of a revised key competences framework. The results will be published in June 2017 on the webpage of the consultation.
The graphic was taken from the Key Competence Network on School Education’s Recommendations for the Integration of 21st Century Competences in School