Developing organisational and financial models
for including non-formal sector qualifications
in National Qualifications Frameworks

National NQF-in Seminar in Hungary

The national seminar organised within the NQF-in project was held in Budapest on 25th May 2018. The seminar was attended by over 20 specialists involved in managing and promoting the Hungarian Qualification Framework (HuQF). All of them are working in the Educational Authority and in the Ministry of Human Capacities.

The second seminar provided the overall presentation of the NQF-in project and the achievements that the project partners accomplished so far.

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Call for papers to the Dublin Institute of Technology’s online journal “Level3” on NQF themes

The Editors of Level3 invite scientific articles, analytical think-pieces, reports, or reflections, related to policy, operational or academic aspects of inclusion of qualifications in national qualifications frameworks (NFQs), with a focus on qualifications from outside the state-supported school, VET and university systems.

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NQF-in Session in Scotland

The SCQF Partnership – the Scottish project partner – organised an input on the project on 17 May, 2018 in Glasgow to the SCQF Forum members.

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NQF-in Project Final Conference held on developing models of the inclusion of non-formal sector qualifications in national qualifications frameworks – the experiences of European countries.

What needs to be considered when developing a system to include non-school qualifications in an NQF? Should this be governed by detailed public regulations or by guiding principles? How will charging fees for inclusion affect the system? Should the system be centralised or devolved? What are the implications of the various options for including qualifications in an NQF?

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