Second Peer Review development team meeting held in Croatia
Second development team meeting for Transnational Peer Review (TPR) was organized by Agency for VET and Adult Education in Dugopolje near Split, Croatia, on 23 and 24 September 2019.
EQAVET NRP 2019 projects Compendium
Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) compiled and published Compendia of EQAVET NRP applications selected for funding under the Erasmus+ Programme. The Compendium contributes to a better dissemination of information about on-going projects and networking among NRPs. It contains a short description and basic information of each application selected for granting.
Reporting on VET in Germany, study visit
Representatives of Croatian and Slovenian NRPs for EQAVET participated in a targeted study visit to BiBB (Federal Institute for VET) and DIE (German Institute for Adult Education) on the topic of Quality Assurance in German VET system – evaluation, reporting and modernizing of German VET system. Main focus of the study visit was familiarizing with reporting on VET and adult education, using the reports of Federal Ministry of Education and research and BiBB data report. It was organized by colleagues from German reference point for EQAVET, DEQA-VET, within the BiBB (Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training) and took place in Bonn, Germany, on 4 and 5 September 2019.
EQAVET Annual Network Meeting held in Bucharest
EQAVET Annual Network Meeting was held in Bucharest on 13 and 14 June 2019. Meeting focused on EQAVET within the EU policy context, with a special attention given to future European cooperation in QA in VET, as well as on NRPs' work and ways it can contribute to the policies.
First meeting of Peer Review development team held in Ljubljana
Agency for Vocational Education and Training and Adult Education continues with further development of the European Peer Review in VET in scope of the new EQAVET NRP project. It is a joint activity between NRPs of Croatia, Finland, Slovenia and Estonia. Besides NRP partners, it involves one VET provider per country. The first meeting of the development team was held on May 22 and 23, 2019 in Ljubljana. Partners evaluated the success of the previous project and agreed on the pace and structure of work on the new project.
NEW ERASMUS+ EQAVET NRP PROJECT (QAVET.HR) FOR 2019 – 2021
The Agency for Vocational Education and Training and Adult Education (AVETAE) has successfully applied to an Erasmus+ Call co-financing the activities of EQAVET NRPs. The project aims at continuous improvement of VET quality assurance at the national level in line with the EQAVET Recommendation.
The project focuses on the priorities defined by the EQAVET Work Programme for 2018 - 2019 and the Council Recommendation on tracking graduates.
The project was granted 149,995.00 € for the implementation period from 1 April 2019 to March 2021.
Workshop on results, implementation process and the experience of VET graduate tracking
The second workshop for VET school representatives on the pilot-project of VET graduate tracking in three Croatian schools was held on 8 March 2019 in Zagreb. The activities of the VET graduate tracking pilot project were presented, followed by the structure of the questionnaire and the report of the conducted survey. Particular emphasis was put on the experience and challenges of VET schools who carried out graduate tracking.
VET graduates tracking at institutional level - Hungarian approach
Study visit to Hungary with the aim of learning about Hungarian approach to VET graduate tracking on institutional level took place in Budapest and Szeged between 4 and 5 March 2019. Targeted visit for Croatian and Slovenian NRP representatives was organized by NOVETAL (Hungarian NRP) in scope of their EQAVET NRP project.
Workshop for reporting on VET graduate tracking for schools
A workshop for drawing up report on pilot VET graduate tracking within the EQAVET NRP project was sucessfuly held in VET school Vice Vlatković in Zadar, on 14 and 15 February 2019. Workshop was held by external expert Dubravko Bacalja, and a total of 9 participants from AVETAE and VET schools participated. The workshop was organized with the aim of familiarizing participants with processes of reporting and evaluate the VET graduate tracking from the percpective of VET schools.