Thursday, April 16, 2020 from 11 am – 12 am Eastern.
What is the impact of the COVID-19 virus on Higher Education and recognition in a European perspective? How ENIC-NARIC centres are working to guarantee the continuity of services to citizens? What are the challenges that credential evaluators are facing now and will face in the next weeks/months to come? What resources can we rely on?
Luca Lantero, head of CIMEA, the Italian NARIC centre and President of the Lisbon Recognition Convention Bureau, will give an overview of the state of play in Europe and try to sketch some resources and tools to deal with the challenges that credential evaluators are facing in their job.
Luca Lantero is the Director of CIMEA, the Italian NARIC. He was elected in 2019 as President of the Lisbon Recognition Convention Committee and he is currently the Head of the Italian BFUG Secretariat. Expert in digitalisation and the use of blockchain in education, he has a lengthy experience in the field of professional and academic recognition and mobility programmes; the Italian Qualifications Framework; double and joint degrees; Erasmus Mundus; fake diplomas and accreditation mills; foreign HE systems and degrees and TNE institutions and accreditation.
Chiara Finocchietti is the Deputy Director of CIMEA. She is a member of the NARIC advisory board and National Correspondent for the Italian Qualifications Framework within the EHEA, and a member of various international working groups on higher education policies. She is author and co-author of several publications in the field of higher education on the topics of fraud in education and systems of education.
Open to TAICEP members and non-members. Register here (free)! https://zoom.us/j/193460611?pwd=VFNZdWxxQ0VyZDRrV1graTRFbkFWQT09