On path to the EC-AQUA in the Global Conquest for Education

The EC-AUQA Project Take the Following Steps to Qualifications Recognition:

1. The EC-AQUA team establishes the management structure, distributes activities among partners and supporting organizations, and creates thematic and grade units and course subjects.
2. Learning Outcomes Scheme (LOS) is constructed through definition of learning outcomes profiles and cross-sectoral qualifications, establishing their training blocks (incl. courses, grades, training structure), outlining educational process and formulating training aims.
3. The EC-AQUA participants implement pilot procedures for assessment and transfer of the learning outcomes in formal and non-formal education.
4. The Qualifications Recognition Scheme reviews allocated ECVET points to issue certificates describing acquired qualifications.
5. Individual professional profiles are outlined in details, along with description of all documents and certificates reflecting the acquired qualifications.


These Steps are to Be Made Using the Following Instruments:

1. A broad multilingual e-platform that hosts the EC-AQUA competence map and the EC-AQUA Qualification Ranking Record, plus guidance, evaluation and dissemination materials.
2. The transferred and upgraded PROWAT learning program (comprising an e-book and e-course materials) offering new content, in new languages to new target audience in new countries (Bulgaria, Austria and France).
3. Partnership with sectoral organizations established for integration of the ECVET system at national and European level.
4. The EC-AQUA outcomes valorized through open information and supporting resources.
5. Measures for post-project exploitation of the EC-AQUA scheme for qualifications description based on learning outcomes.
6. Links between the intended qualifications and qualifications required by the national training programs using ECVET.

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