Good practice – Validation

Iceland
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  • Validation at the vocational secondary school level.
  • Support of the project director.
  • Financed by the state and employers.
Germany
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  • Validation for the recognition of immigrants’ competences as equivalent to the German qualification.
  • Presentation of skills when documentation is insufficient.
Italy
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  • Extensive counsellor support.
  • Validation certificate is issued independently of attaining the qualification.
  • Free-of-charge validation.
Switzerland
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  • Validation as an alternative way of attaining a qualification, instead of a training course or extramural examinations.
  • Practical assessment methods.
France
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  • Unified, national validation standard.
  • Counsellor support at each stage.
  • Possibility to confirm part of the learning outcomes.
Germany
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  • Validation to initially assess immigrants’ skills.
  • Innovative tools.

Good practice – Quality assurance

United Kingdom
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  • Dynamic quality assurance system, adapting to the growing need for qualified medical physicians.
  • Improvements of methods and tools.
New Zealand
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  • Trust and cooperation between the evaluated institution and the institution performing the evaluation.
  • Flexible approach to evaluation.
  • Combining the qualitative and quantitative approaches.
Norway
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  • Participatory character of evaluations.
  • Diversity of evaluation methods and tools.
  • Building a culture of quality by promoting good practices.

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