WP 4: Quality Control

The EU coordinator Danube University prepared a report on qualiy control to ensure the quality and the progress of the project. This document provides an overview about the quality assurance processes, measures and instruments used by the VALERU project consortium. Download According to this quality assurance plan, the VALERU evaluation processes are embedded in a Balanced Score Card (BSC) approach. The four perspectives of the BSC...

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WP 3: Training

WP 3.1: A first step of workpackage 3 “training” was to identify the competences of the future experts. Learning outcomes were written to ensure the transparency of the training sessions in Russia. The training levels were matched with the EQF and quantified through ECTS. Assessment criteria were also defined to support maximum transparency. Read more here:  Report_WP3.1 WP 3.2: The training programme was developed in an...

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WP 2: Platform Development

VALERU WP 2.1 Conceptual Design of VNIL Platform As a backbone of the project, the web-based VALERU platform should not only ensure a wide impact of the project (function no. 1), but also provide information and training material for future validation experts (function no. 2). This deliverable contains the conceptual design of the platform. Download In June 2015 the platform development was handed over to the VALERU partner and RU...

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WP 1: VNIL methodology

VALERU WP 1.1 Methodology of NIL Validation Systems Different procedures of validation have been analyzed and elaborated to one procedure of validation that can be used as basis for the further development and implementation of validation procedures for non-formal and informal learning at Russian universities.Within the upcoming trainings of experts at Russian partner universities the procedure can be filled with life, more concrete...

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FINAL VALERU CONFERENCE
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FINAL VALERU CONFERENCE

“Validation theory and practice – Bridging the gap between education and employment” The final VALERU conference (12-13 October 2016), will gathered validation specialists from all over the Russian Federation and gave them the opportunity to work with validation experts from Europe different aspects of these processes. The confirmed presenters from Europe are Jon TALBOT (University of Chester, UK), Marc Singer...

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