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Cyprus - On-line accreditation

Cyprus is developing an on-line assessment process to approve training providers to deliver publicly-funded training programmes

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Czech Republic - A final examination

Since 2005 the Czech Republic has been reforming upper secondary education. One aspect of the reform is a focus on final examinations in vocational programmes

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Luxembourg - Setting up a stakeholder committee

The 2008 reforms of VET in Luxembourg reinforced the role of stakeholders through the creation of the national VET committee. These include the relevant partners such as ministries, social partners, learners, training providers, students and parents

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Malta - Student learning agreements as a way to improve attendance and reduce drop-out

This case study looks at student learning agreements as one way to reduce drop-out rates.

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Norway - Involvement of social partners at a national level

In 2004 Norway completed a major reform in VET. This created the National Council for VET alongside nine Vocational Training Councils which represent each of the VET subject areas. The new arrangements were completed in order to improve dialogue and communications between the authorities and social partners.

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Norway - Involvement of social partners at a regional level

In Norway the County Vocational Training Boards are advisory bodies with responsibility for checking that VET provision responds to the labour market. The Boards’ work covers school-based study and the company-based parts of an apprenticeship (the Norwegian VET system includes two years at school and two years on an apprenticeship)

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Poland - Assuring the quality of learning outcomes: using learning outcomes to describe qualifications which meet the needs of the labour market

This case study looks at the role of stakeholders in quality assuring the design and development of VET qualifications.

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Portugal - Linking funding to accreditation

Since 1997, Portugal’s accreditation system has been mandatory for training providers wishing to access public funds. It has been voluntary in other situations

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Romania - A two-stage accreditation process

Romania has a two stage accreditation process for initial VET based on the right to provide training and the right to award qualifications

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Romania - Internal and external self evaluation

Romania – internal and external self evaluation

Romanian providers are required to complete an annual self-evaluation. All internal and external self-evaluation processes are co-ordinated by a national agency

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