Project "Employability and the role of non-formally and informally acquired skills"

This project analyzes the recruitment and integration process of people who have acquired informal and/or non-formal skills and shows what contribution education and training can make to employability.

In addition, the question of what criteria companies use to recruit people who have no formal qualifications and to what extent informally or non-formally acquired skills are taken into account when hiring is investigated. This allows references to be made to the Vocational Training Act (BBG), such as the recognition of educational achievements or the importance of job-oriented further training.


Non-formally and informally acquired skills have become increasingly important in recent years and now occupy an important place in pedagogical and educational policy discourse....


The project is being carried out in collaboration with the Table Ronde, the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Management at the Valais University of Applied Sciences (HES-SO),...