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

Student involvement is an important part of the quality assurance of VET in the Netherlands. There is a different approach to student involvement at the national, school and course level.

The interests of VET students at the national level in the Netherlands are looked after by the Vocational Youth Organisation (JOB). JOB is run by a student board whose members are elected for two years. In addition every two years they monitor the students’ perceptions of every VET school. JOB asks VET schools to support the organisation of the national questionnaire and encourage students to complete the on-line forms. The questionnaires cover a wide range of education topics and ask students about their level of satisfaction. The results are analysed at the national, school and individual course level.

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For more information on this case study please contact:
Alie Kamphuis,
Managing consultant
National Reference Point EQAVET
P.O. 1585 | NL-5200 BP 's-Hertogenbosch

This case study was prepared in 2017 as part of the work on EQAVET+ organised by the EQAVET Network.

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