According to the new regulation of the academic scheme approved by the Council on Higher Education (CES for its Sanish acronym,) empirical professionals will be recognized with a degree (undergraduate,) of technologist or technician.
Validation of cultural backgrounds will apply in six areas: painting, sculpture, theater, film, dance and music. While professional validations will be for people link to areas like production of goods and services for higher education institutions.
This recognition will be equivalent to approval of certain Courses or certain subjects within a technical career.
Universities can now highlight the professional experience of ten or fifteen years or the path of a renowned artist who has studied but has no knowledge of several techniques. To access this recognition, the artist must have a graduate’s degree and be recognised by the public.
The CES will make an instructional procedure based on experience that each university should establish, in which they can enter all activities, conferences, presentations they have made, and the performance of that person.