By including employers directly into the design, organisation and delivery of a dual education programme, quality issues become more complex in a number of ways and new approaches have to be developed:
1. Programmes typically do not comply with all existing procedures in Higher Education Institutions.
2. Enterprises have to go through a transformation to become actual learning environments.
3. Students must take responsibility for truly unique and individual learning experiences.
4. Part-time jobs are created with direct influence of the labour market.
Taking the three dual programmes at FH JOANNEUM as an example critical control points and applied strategies and methods are presented and discussed.
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