Qualifications Frameworks

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Qualifications frameworks in Europe, 2017 – A total of 39 European countries

As countries across Europe are pushing ahead with their national qualifications frameworks (NQFs), the question of the frameworks’ added value and contribution to policies and practices is taking centre stage. While every NQF is unique, being organically woven into the fabric of a country’s education and training system, the frameworks share many features. They are … Continue reading

Qualifications Frameworks – A global inventory

This two-volume publication gives an update on the national qualification frameworks around the world. It provides information on national and regional developments as well as selected themes. It  is the result of collaborative work between Cedefop, ETF, UNESCO and the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning. The 2017 Global Inventory provides some important insights into the … Continue reading

Qualifications Frameworks – The labour market impact, a report by ILO

Qualifications frameworks are widely described as policies that are introduced The research did identify some evidence of impact, including possible indirect effects, such as ways in which qualifications frameworks have improved general understanding of education and training systems, or contributed to standardizing provision, which might in the long-term improve how qualifications are used in labour … Continue reading

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