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Austria - Challenging gender stereotypes

The Hertha Firnberg School for Business and Tourism provides initial training for approximately 800 students, two-thirds of whom are female. To challenge gender stereotypes, the school has introduced a course in Computer Science Management in partnership with the Technical University of Applied Sciences in order to encourage female students to consider alternative careers.

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Austria - Designing VET programmes for vulnerable learners

A national VET programme to provide more flexible arrangements for vulnerable learners

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Austria - Supporting transition to VET

HTL Hollabrunn has developed its approach to smoothing students’ transition from feeder schools. The project aims to improve access to VET and to increase the number of students who successfully complete their VET programmes. To succeed with this project it was necessary to invest in a further education programmes for teachers and trainers.

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Cyprus - Self-assessment

The Intercollege in Nicosia, Cyprus uses the EFQM Excellence Model to conduct an annual self-assessment. This starts with a 1.5 day workshop for the management team assessing evidence and date in order to identify strengths and weaknesses

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Cyprus - Staff training

Following Cyprus’ entry into the European Union, there was a clear need for additional training for those working in the wine and vine-growing trades. With many small companies in the industry, and the need to address QA, Human Resource Development Authority approved Quintessence Enterprises to organise a series of staff training events.

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Czech Republic - Applying the quality assurance cycle to the development of the National Register of Qualifications

The social partners’s role in agreeing the structure and the content of qualifications.

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Czech Republic - Developing more flexible VET qualifications to respond to students’ needs

This case study looks at how VET qualifications have been redesigned to increase the flexibility offered to students.

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Czech Republic - Involving internal and external stakeholders

For the past three years, the Secondary Technical and Vocational Building School in Kolin, Czech Republic has been revising its approach to quality management. Key to the changes has been greater cooperation with external partners supported by internal meetings of subject boards comprising teachers and trainers

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Czech Republic - The development of a new set of final examinations to meet the needs of the labour market

The development of a new set of final examinations to meet the needs of the labour market

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