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Dr Ernesto Villalba

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Ernesto Villalba is a researcher at the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP). Previously, he has worked as a consultant for the European Commission and assisted in the creation of the European Lifelong Learning Index for the Bertelsmann Foundation.

He has also worked at the Center for Research in Lifelong Learning, working in the area of innovation and creativity, information technologies, teacher training and civic competence. He had an active role during the 2009 European Year of Creativity and Innovation within the European Commission and edited a major output of the year on measuring creativity. He has served as a speaker and in different committees and expert groups. He holds a PhD in International and Comparative Education from Stockholm University and a degree in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Madrid.

 

Dr Ernesto Villalba

Ernesto Villalba is a researcher at the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP). Previously, he has worked as a consultant for the European Commission and assisted in the creation of the European Lifelong Learning Index for the Bertelsmann Foundation.

He has also worked at the Center for Research in Lifelong Learning, working in the area of innovation and creativity, information technologies, teacher training and civic competence. He had an active role during the 2009 European Year of Creativity and Innovation within the European Commission and edited a major output of the year on measuring creativity. He has served as a speaker and in different committees and expert groups. He holds a PhD in International and Comparative Education from Stockholm University and a degree in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Madrid.

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