How do you write youthpass?

How do you write youthpass?

What to write in your Youthpass

  1. Task / responsibility. Playing …
  2. Communication in mother tongue.
  3. Communication in foreign languages.
  4. Mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology.
  5. Digital competence.
  6. Learning to learn.
  7. Social and civic competences.
  8. Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship.

What is a youthpass good for?

Youthpass is a tool that gives the word to the learners in describing their learning outcomes. Youthpass is the recognition instrument developed for the projects realised in the European youth programmes.

What is a youthpass certificate?

Youthpass is the recognition instrument developed for the projects realised in the European youth programmes. Through the Youthpass certificate, participation in such projects can be recognised as an educational experience and a period of non-formal and informal learning.

How do you use youthpass?

How to Use Your Youth Pass. Use your Youth Pass CharlieCard for reduced one-way fares and monthly passes on bus and subway, or for reduced one-way fares on Commuter Rail and ferry. Youth Pass riders should always keep their Youth Pass CharlieCard with them when they ride the T to present as proof of program membership.

What are the 8 key competences?

The revised Key Competences are:

  • Multilingual competence.
  • Personal, social and learning to learn competence.
  • Citizenship competence.
  • Entrepreneurship competence.
  • Cultural awareness and expression competence.
  • Digital competence.
  • Mathematical competence and competence in science, technology and engineering.
  • Literacy competence.

How do I check my MBTA Charlie Card balance?

Currently, the only way to check the balance on your CharlieTicket or CharlieCard is at fare vending machines located in subway stations. Additionally, when you tap your CharlieCard at a fare gate or fare box, the LED screen will show your remaining balance. You cannot check your balance online.

What are the 7 key competences?


  • Competence in Linguistic Communication. (
  • Competence in Mathematics, Science and Technology.
  • Digital Competence (DC).
  • Learning to Learn.
  • Social and Civic Competences.
  • Sense of Initiative and Entrepreneurship.
  • Cultural Awareness and Expression.