Organisations specifically set up for the purpose of providing education and training, or others, such as employers who provide training as a part of their business activities, or independent individuals who offer services.

Source: European Quality Assurance in Vocational Education and Training - Glossary

4.4 - Three indicators to track learners’ achievements


Individual learners’ achievements depend on a variety of factors: some of them are external, but
many relate directly to the quality of VET provision. The EQAVET framework offers three specific
indicators which can help you track learners’ achievements and use the data collected to improve the
overall quality of your VET provision.

3.4 - EU networks for VET providers: learning, exchanging, cooperating


While your VET institution and its quality management system might be in perfect working order,
there is always something you can learn from others as a Quality Manager, especially in contexts
where many different providers and stakeholders come together. Participating in external networks,
especially at EU level, is a way to offer VET staff as well as students interesting opportunities for
learning, exchange and cooperation
, as well as to improve the quality of your VET provision.

3.3 - Staff training


You, as QM, need to understand the importance of continuous learning and to organize regular staff
training in cooperation with external stakeholders. Realising the staff training needs and making sure
that all necessary resources are available are the most important steps in planning it. When
examining training needs and educational trends, the organization must:

3.2 - Enhance Transnational Mobility of trainers and learners


Transnational cooperation through participation in conferences, study visits, joint projects or mobility of teachers and students provides opportunities for learning and thus for improving quality. The activities conducted may reinforce one another and create synergy: a study visit might turn into sustained cooperation and joint projects, participation at a conference may lead to common visits and exchange of students, teachers and trainers.

2.8 - Design of the Training Methodology


The training methodology deals with the methods aimed to design and implement training. To be
able to identify and correctly implement the training method best suited to the goal of the
Training Course is a fundamental step in the quality management of an organization. As Quality
Manager you should appoint a responsible person in charge to study and research the best suited
training methodologies that exist, and to adapt them to the specific needs of his/her organization.

2.7 - Time Management


Time Management is a key element of Quality Management. As Quality Manager, you should learn
to be familiar with the Triple Constraint, also called the Project Management Triangle. This is a
model that can be used to identify the key elements that describe the overall Quality of a project.
These elements are Scope, Cost, and Time.

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