All good practices
- Validation in higher education to acquire ECTS points.
- The option of returning to an earlier stage of the process.
- Portfolio plus case study.
- Validation enabling the qualification to be attained in stages
- Portfolio method – analysis of evidence and statements
- Freedom to choose methods and tools
- Validation as a permanent element of the VET system.
- Individual approach to the candidate.
- Close cooperation with the labor market.
- Validation by a company for its employees, certificate from an external institution.
- Diversity of validation methods.
- Option of attaining part of the qualification.
- An atypical way of organising validation
- Adapting the validation process to the needs of the candidates
- The validation as a tool for equal opportunities and promoting equality
- Validation in higher education.
- Portfolio method.
- An interdepartmental team supports and advises students and coordinates validation.
- Validation in higher education.
- Interesting organization of the validation process.
- Support of a counsellor in developing a portfolio.
- Does not require the re-assessment of already confirmed learning outcomes if the validation outcome is not successful.
- Separated processes: confirming competences and acquiring authorisation to perform the work.
- Adapting the duration of validation to the candidate’s capabilities
- Counselling support at each stage of validation
- Assessing candidates on the basis of a portfolio and during a three-day workshop.
- Validation at the vocational secondary school level.
- Support of the project director.
- Financed by the state and employers.
- Validation for the recognition of immigrants’ competences as equivalent to the German qualification.
- Presentation of skills when documentation is insufficient.
- Dynamic quality assurance system, adapting to the growing need for qualified medical physicians.
- Improvements of methods and tools.
- Extensive counsellor support.
- Validation certificate is issued independently of attaining the qualification.
- Free-of-charge validation.
- Trust and cooperation between the evaluated institution and the institution performing the evaluation.
- Flexible approach to evaluation.
- Combining the qualitative and quantitative approaches.
- Validation as an alternative way of attaining a qualification, instead of a training course or extramural examinations.
- Practical assessment methods.
- Unified, national validation standard.
- Counsellor support at each stage.
- Possibility to confirm part of the learning outcomes.
- Validation to initially assess immigrants’ skills.
- Innovative tools.
- An example of using the test method in validation.
- Test with open-ended questions for self-assessment and a multiple choice test to check knowledge.
- Close cooperation between the assessor and evaluator.
- Higher education qualification or a certificate of competences.
- Comprehensive method for identification and documentation.
- A proven diagnostic tool.
- Participatory character of evaluations.
- Diversity of evaluation methods and tools.
- Building a culture of quality by promoting good practices.
- Validation to assess the fulfilment of requirements for entry to higher education.
- Portfolio method at the documentation and assessment stages.
- Validation as an initial stage of diploma nostrification.
- Extensive counsellor's support.
- Cooperation between state employment services and NGOs.