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Skills Recognition of Migrant Workers- Guide for Employment Services Providers

This edition is issued within the framework of the Support to Free Movement of Persons and Migration in West Africa project (FMM), funded by the EU and ECOWAS, and takes on board the efforts made in the ECOWAS subregion to improve labour migration governance and skills portability, in particular skills acquired through non-formal and informal learning, and non-recognized formal qualifications.The guide should be used in conjunction with the ‘Training Employment Services Providers on How to Facilitate the Recognition of Skills of Migrant Workers: Facilitator’s Notes’, which contain training material on recognition of prior learning.

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