Topic outline

  • Welcome to the CAMPLUS e-learning course!

    A banner for the CAMPLUS course. It contains the CAMPLUS logo as well as the logos of the project partners.

    • Listed here are the ressource that have been developed during the course of the CAMPLUS project. They constitute the concept and the backbone of the CAMPLUS training and are the primary tools for its teachers and trainers.

      The relevant excerpts from the manual can also be found at the beginning of each module as a Word document.

  • Module 1: Recognising competences

    • The learning goals for this module are:

      • learning to be aware of your learning experiences
      • recognising your own skills and qualities in these experiences
      • becoming aware of the relevance of documenting these experiences
    • What have you learned during your life?
    • What are you proud of?

    • Create a lifeline to better understand who you are.

    • Write an essay about your experiences.

    • Download the portfolio template and create your own portfolio.

  • Module 2: Strengthening competences

  • Module 3: Assessing competences

    • The learning goals for this module are:

      • how to assess, guide and advise learners
      • learning different facets of assessing competencies
      • shifting the mindset for assessing with a 'red' pencil to assessing with a 'green' pencil
    • A short quiz to test your knowledge of the STARRTT method.

    • Drag and Drop

      Match the STARRTT letters to their meanings. Each letter fits a word and a description.

    • Submissions opened: Thursday, 4 April 2024, 9:37 AM
      Assessments opened: Thursday, 4 April 2024, 9:37 AM

      This is a collaborative exercise in which you get to assess each others portfolios, that you have created in Lesson M1.6.

      This exercise has two parts. For part 1, just upload your own portfolio. If you are worried about privacy, remove your private information, like name, adress or photo beforehand. For part 2, assess the portfolio of another student using the criteria provided in this PDF: Link to PDF "Criteria for portfolio assessment".

    • An interview is different from a conversation. Take a test on the basics of the criteria-based interview. You will find the information you need for the test in the following PDF: Link to PDF "M3.3 Criteria-based Interview"

  • Module 4: Embracing competences

    • The learning goals for this module are:

      • embracing the power of your learning history for the sake of reaching out to further learning and/or career perspectives

      • knowing who you are and what your potential is

    • Create your own Personal Action Plan!

  • Module 5: Careers and Entrepreneurship

    • The learning goals for this module are:

      • getting to know what kind of entrepreneur you are
      • reflecting on your entrepreneurial perspective
      • Getting grip on your business plan for becoming a trainer by exploring the PDCA-cycle

    • Take this test to better figure out your own career preferences on the basis of Edgar Scheins eight career anchors.

    • Deepen your entrepreneurial profile by using this self-test.

  • Module 6: Contextualising the CAMPLUS-model

    • The learning goals for this module are:

      • getting to know what kind of organisation set-up fits best
      • getting grip on the business development plan for setting up an effective organisation
      • focusing on the business development plan

  • Module 7: Acculturation

    • The learning goals for this module are:

      • understanding Europe’s history and culture
      • being able to link your personal aims and values to Europe’s aims and values
      • mastering the European Qualification Passport for Refugees (EQPR)
      • knowing how to self-assess your language proficiency in an European language

    • Take the 4 EU & ME quizzes and afterwards take this test to see if you can remember some of the most important facts. 

      You can find the EU & ME quiz at this address:

    • Get to know the values and aims put forth by the European government.

    • Become familiar with the European Qualifications Passport for Refugees (EQPR): a special international tool developed to assess refugee’s qualifications for which there is insufficient or missing documentation.

    • How well do you speak another language? Try to self assess your language proficiency in a European language.

    • Here are some ressources to help you learn a European language and to document which languages you already speak, using the European Language Passport.