Slovenia - A central committee for quality assurance
TSC Nova Gorica is a publicly-funded centre offering upper secondary VET courses, higher VET courses and adult education. The school’s focus is to develop the talents of individual students in order that every student completes their qualifications on time and finds a suitable job or continues with their studies.
In line with legislation, the school has established a central commission to oversee quality assurance. Six of the 10 members of the commission represent the school. There are also representatives from employers, parents and students. Each section of the school organises its own quality assurance processes and these include collecting the opinions of:
- students on the learning environment;
- company-based trainers on students’ vocational qualifications and competences;
- employers of the readiness of students for work;
- staff on the quality of provision.
In addition, documents are regularly analysed to ensure they are up-to-date and appropriate for learners, peer reviews are undertaken, learning and teaching processes are monitored, in company training is reviewed and the value of individualised learning process learning is promoted. Information from each of the school’s units is considered by the quality assurance committee.
This case study focuses on initial VET, continuing VET and adult education
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VET PROVIDER: Nova Gorica Technical Centre
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CITY: Nova Gorica, Slovenia