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Netherlands - Publishing inspection outcomes on the internet

In the Netherlands the inspection outcomes for each training provider are available on the internet. The inspections are used to compile an annual report on the system’s performance

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Netherlands - Risk based inspection

In the Netherlands inspection are based on the level of risk. Under the legislation institutions which perform well ‘earn’ the right to receive less supervision, whereas inspection is intensified at institutions where there are deficiencies in quality

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Netherlands - The development, assessment and certification of units of learning outcomes

This case study looks at how learners’ prior learning can be recognised and the credit from this achievement can be used to gain a qualification.

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Netherlands - The public accountability of training providers

In the Netherlands education institutions are primarily responsible for the quality of education and exams, quality assurance, and that they are publicly accountable

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Netherlands - The quality assurance of examinations at the national level

This case study looks at how VET providers organise examinations in line with national policy.

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Netherlands - The quality network for VET providers

This case study looks at how VET providers co-operate to improve the quality of their educationa nd training provision.

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Netherlands - Using student feedback to improve the quality of VET provision

This case study looks at how learners’ feedback is being used to improve the quality of VET provision.

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United Kingdom - Developing an “end to end” process for quality assurance

In the United Kingdom there are differences in the structure and functioning of the VET systems in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. There are also differences in how these systems are quality assured. In England a new quality assurance system for post-16 education and training was introduced in April 2010

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United Kingdom - Legislation to support quality assurance

In the United Kingdom there are differences in the structure and functioning of the VET systems in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. There are also differences in how these systems are quality assured. In Northern Ireland, the Department for Employment and Learning has published its quality improvement strategy, Success through Excellence (2007)

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United Kingdom - Training providers’ responsibility for quality assurance

In the United Kingdom there are differences in the structure and functioning of the VET systems in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. There are also differences in how these systems are quality assured. In Wales the focus is on providers taking responsibility for managing and improving the quality of their own delivery. The framework set out in 2009 in the Quality and Effectiveness Framework

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