The Employer’s Input into QA Processes – Appendix 3

The Employer’s Input into QA Processes - Appendix 3 by Valerie Maehle, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_MAEHLE_App3.pdf (0.2 MB)

The Employer’s Input into QA Processes – Appendix 2

The Employer’s Input into QA Processes - Appendix 2 by Valerie Maehle, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_MAEHLE_App2.pdf (91 KB)

The Employer’s Input into QA Processes – Appendix 1

The Employer’s Input into QA Processes - Appendix 1 by Valerie Maehle, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_MAEHLE_App1.pdf (0.5 MB)

Seminar cum workshop “Institutional QA in a national and transnational context”

Seminar cum workshop “Institutional QA in a national and transnational context” by Stefan Delplace, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_DELPLACE.pdf (0.5 MB)

Accreditation and the European dimension

Accreditation and the European dimension by Mark Frederiks, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_FREDERIKS_1.pdf (2.2 MB) - This presentation will describe how the accreditation system in the Netherlands and Flanders developed in co-operation between the two countries after the Bologna declaration. The current accreditation and QA system will be explained. The European dimension of accreditation has been important for the binational NVAO (Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders) from the start. Therefore, the NVAO has been very active in European accreditation and QA, particularly with regard to mutual recognition of accreditation decisions.

Quality Assurance situation in Kyrgyz Republic

Quality Assurance situation in Kyrgyz Republic by Bermet Khudaibergenova, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_KHUDAIBERGENOVA.pdf (63 KB)

The Employer’s Input into QA Processes

The Employer’s Input into QA Processes by Valerie Maehle, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_MAEHLE.pdf (0.8 MB) - The presentation will cover the involvement of employers in a range of quality processes and related issues. This will include the employers’ role in course development and validation processes, Internal School Reviews, annual appraisal, placement provision and engagement in assessment. The support systems involved in preparing employers for these various roles will also be discussed.

Quality Assurance in German Higher Education

Quality Assurance in German Higher Education by Barbara Michalk, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_MICHALK.pdf (0.1 MB) - The presentation describes the political framework of Quality Assurance in Germany, touches the difficulties in defining Quality and gives an overview of the actors involved. Evaluation and Accreditation as the basic procedures of Quality Assurance are discussed, including the new instrument of Process accreditation. Q Management as a tool of HEI management and shared standards are other topics, followed by an outlook on challenges ahead.

European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance

European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance by Bryan Maguire, Version 2007, EURASHE_ws_QA_070510-11_pres_MAGUIRE.pdf (0.3 MB) - The European Standards and Guidelines for quality assurance are presented as a development in the Bologna Process. The standards and guidelines are like a matryoshka doll. At the outermost layer is the quality assurance of quality agencies, nested inside is the external quality assurance of institutions and/or programmes by those agencies and at the heart is the internal quality assurance within higher education institutions. After detailed consideration of the internal quality assurance standards, I relate my own agency's experience of being subject to agency review and reflect on the status of the standards and guidelines.