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  1. Spanish one-off report on Validation

    Spanish one-off report on Validation 04/02/2020 Download one-off_report_vnfil_spain_-_2-01-2020_english-post.pdf (1.69 MB) ...

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  2. one-off_report_vnfil_spain_-_2-01-2020_english-post.pdf

    one-off_report_vnfil_spain_-_2-01-2020_english-post.pdf Implementation of the 2012 Council Recommendation on Validation of Non-Formal and Informal Learning ONE-OFF REPORT: SPAIN 52nd meeting of the EQF Advisory Group, 4-5 February 2020, Brussels Publicaciones, biblioteca y archivo: https://www.educacionyfp.gob.es/servicios-al-ciudadano/publicaciones.html MINISTERIO DE EDUCACION Y FORMACIÓN PROFESIONAL SECRETARÍA GENERAL DE FORMACIÓN PROFESIONAL Authors: D.ª Clara Sanz López, Secretaria General de Formación Profesional D. Mariano Carballo Fernández, Director del Instituto Nacional de las Cualificaciones D. Félix Martín Gómez, Jefe de Área de Acreditación de Competencias Profesionales (INCUAL) INDEX Pág PREAMBLE............................................................................................................................................. 5 1. CHAPTER I: GENERAL FEATURES OF THE VALIDATION ARRANGEMENTS.............................................................................................................................. 7 1.1. General presentation: legislative framework and background information............. 7 1.1.1. Demographic and administrative structure of Spain.............................................. 8 1.1.2. Analysis of the activity rate compared with the active population. Comparison between activity and active population rates in relation to the level of education........................................................................................................................ application/pdf attached to:Spanish one-off report on Validation

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  3. EQF NCP Contacts

    AustriaAustrian agency for international cooperation in education and culture (OEAD)Mr Udo Bachmayer - udo.bachmayer@oead.atMr Karl Andrew Muellner - karl.muellner@oead.atMr Wolfgang Denk - wolfgang.denk@oead.atInformation about NQFRegister of qualifications BelgiumFlemish Agency for Higher Education, Adult Education, Qualifications & Study Grants (AHOVOKS)Mr Ingrid Vanhoren - ingrid.vanhoren@ond.vlaanderen.beInformation about NQFDatabase of qualificationsFrancophone Qualifications Framework (CFC)Information about NQF Bosnia and HerzegovinaMinistry of civil affairsMs Daria Duilovic - daria.duilovic@mcp.gov.baMrs Biljana Camur Veselinovic - biljana.camur@mcp.gov.baInformation about NQFRegister of qualifications BulgariaMinistry of Education and ScienceMs Mimi Daneva - m.daneva@mon.bgInformation about NQF CroatiaMinistarstvo znanosti i obrazovanjaMs Blaženka Divjak - ministrica@mzo.hrMs Ana Tecilazić Goršić - ana.tecilazicgorsic@mzo.hrMs Josipa Češnovar - josipa.cesnovar@mzo.hrMr Đurđica Dragojević - durdica.dragojevic@mzo.hrMs Barbi Svetec - barbi.svetec@mzo.hrInformation about NQFRegister of qualifications CyprusMinistry of education and culture, CyprusMr Andreas Eleftheiou - aeleftheriou@schools.ac.cyMs Egly Pantelakis - perm.sec@moec.gov.cyInformation about NQFRegister of qualifications Czech RepublicNárodní ústav pro vzdělávání, školské poradenské zařízení a zařízení pro další vzdělávání pedagogických pracovníkůMr Jan Brůha - jan.bruha@nuv.czInformation about NQFRegister of qualifications (narodnikvalif ...

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  4. France Referencing Report

    For more information on the state of play of the French NQF, please click here.Referencing of the French Qualifications Frameworks to the European Qualifications Framework.  ...

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  5. Malta Qualifications Council

    Set up in December 2005, the overall objective of the Malta Qualifications Council (MQC), as specified in Legal Notice 347/2005, is to steer the development of the National Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning (NQF) and to oversee the training and certification leading to qualifications within the Framework and which are not already provided for at compulsory education institutions or degree awarding bodies. MQC is responsible for defining the levels of qualifications and competences within the NQF and for establishing standards related to qualifications within the Framework. Malta's Qualifications Framework is at the forefront of European developments, achieving as it does, the inclusion of qualifications across compulsory, vocational and academic sectors into a single framework. For further information please refer to: http://www.mqc.gov.mt/ ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Malta
  6. Latvia Referencing Report

    Referencing of the Latvian Education System to the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning and the Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area. Updated report of the version from May 2012. ...

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  7. Updated version Latvian Referencing Report

    Updated version Latvian Referencing Report 09/12/2019 Download referencing_lqf_to_eqf_for_lifelong_learning_and_qf_for_ehea_2018.pdf (1.59 MB) Download lki_pielidzinasana_eki_muzizglitibai_un_eait_kvalifikaciju_ietvarstrukturai_2018.pdf (1.66 MB) ...

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  8. referencing_lqf_to_eqf_for_lifelong_learning_and_qf_for_ehea_2018.pdf

    referencing_lqf_to_eqf_for_lifelong_learning_and_qf_for_ehea_2018.pdf 1 Referencing the Latvian Qualifications Framework to the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning and the Qualifications Framework for European Higher Education Area Updated Self-Assessment Report Riga, November 2018 Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union 2 The Updated Self-Assessment Report was prepared by the Academic Information Centre – the National Coordination Point for referencing the National Qualifications Framework to EQF. Experts involved in drafting the Updated Self-Assessment Report and gathering of information: Baiba Ramiņa Director of Academic Information Centre Gunta Kinta Head of Projects Department, Academic Information Centre Sarmīte Rutkovska Deputy Head of Projects Department, Academic Information Centre Māris Stinkulis Expert, Academic Information Centre This report was prepared with the support of the European Commission project “National Europass Centre + EQF NCP 2018-2020” (No VS/2018/0241). The opinions expressed are those of the author(s) only and should not be considered as the official position of the European Commission. 3 Table of Contents Abbreviations Introduction Development of Latvian Qualifications Framework Self-Assessment Process since 2011 PART I. Developments in Education of Latvia since 2011 1. Further Development of Education of Latvia under LQF Influence 1.1 Legal Framework of LQF 1.2 Review of LQF Levels 1.3 Reference to LQF Levels in Education Documents 1.4 Refere application/pdf attached to:Updated version Latvian Referencing Report

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  9. referencing_lqf_to_eqf_for_lifelong_learning_and_qf_for_ehea_2018.pdf

    referencing_lqf_to_eqf_for_lifelong_learning_and_qf_for_ehea_2018.pdf 1 Referencing the Latvian Qualifications Framework to the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning and the Qualifications Framework for European Higher Education Area Updated Self-Assessment Report Riga, November 2018 Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union 2 The Updated Self-Assessment Report was prepared by the Academic Information Centre – the National Coordination Point for referencing the National Qualifications Framework to EQF. Experts involved in drafting the Updated Self-Assessment Report and gathering of information: Baiba Ramiņa Director of Academic Information Centre Gunta Kinta Head of Projects Department, Academic Information Centre Sarmīte Rutkovska Deputy Head of Projects Department, Academic Information Centre Māris Stinkulis Expert, Academic Information Centre This report was prepared with the support of the European Commission project “National Europass Centre + EQF NCP 2018-2020” (No VS/2018/0241). The opinions expressed are those of the author(s) only and should not be considered as the official position of the European Commission. 3 Table of Contents Abbreviations Introduction Development of Latvian Qualifications Framework Self-Assessment Process since 2011 PART I. Developments in Education of Latvia since 2011 1. Further Development of Education of Latvia under LQF Influence 1.1 Legal Framework of LQF 1.2 Review of LQF Levels 1.3 Reference to LQF Levels in Education Documents 1.4 Refere application/pdf attached to:Updated version Latvian Referencing Report

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  10. Updated version Latvian Referencing Report

    Updated version Latvian Referencing Report 09/12/2019 Download referencing_lqf_to_eqf_for_lifelong_learning_and_qf_for_ehea_2018.pdf (1.59 MB) Download lki_pielidzinasana_eki_muzizglitibai_un_eait_kvalifikaciju_ietvarstrukturai_2018.pdf (1.66 MB) ...

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