Web-based guidance on work-based learning

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The Bruges Communiqué of December 2010 outlined a series of actions to make vocational education and training (VET) a more modern and attractive option in order to support employability and economic growth; and strengthen social cohesion in Europe

The Communiqué includes a mid-term plan with specific measures at the national level. In relation to quality assurance (QA), this plan invites countries to ‘establish a national common QA framework for VET providers, which also applies to work-based learning, compatible with the EQAVET Framework by 2015’. This site provides guidance on quality assurance in relation to work-based learning including many EQAVET compatible case studies which are used by Member States.

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01 Design
02 Improve
03 Respond
04 Communicate
05 Train
06 Assess

Work with partner organisations to ensure relevance of learners' training during periods of work based learning

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02 Improve
03 Respond
04 Communicate
05 Train
06 Assess
01 Improve

Agree with partner organisations when quality of training will be monitored and how improvements will be made.

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03 Respond
04 Communicate
05 Train
06 Assess
01 Improve
02 Improve

Continue to be aware of the specific needs of learners throughout their work based learning.

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04 Communicate
05 Train
06 Assess
01 Improve
02 Improve
03 Respond

Ensure learners and partner organisations are kept well informed and receive frequent updates on all aspects of training.

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05 Train
06 Assess
01 Improve
02 Improve
03 Respond
04 Communicate

Ensure staff are well prepared for their training role which includes quality assurance.

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06 Assess
01 Improve
02 Improve
03 Respond
04 Communicate
05 Train

Work with partner organizations to review the work based training programme, assess and certify indiviual learners' achievement, where appropriate.

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