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Recognition 2010: the recognition agenda for the EHEA. Bologna seminar Riga, 3-4 December 2004 Gunnar Vaht President of the ENIC Network gunnar@archimedes.ee. Outline of presentation. recognition in 2010 national ENIC/NARIC in 2010 the ENIC/NARIC networks in 2010. Recognition in 2010.

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Recognition 2010: the recognition agenda for the EHEA

Bologna seminar

Riga, 3-4 December 2004

Gunnar Vaht

President of the ENIC Network

gunnar@archimedes.ee


Outline of presentation

  • recognition in 2010

  • national ENIC/NARIC in 2010

  • the ENIC/NARIC networks in 2010


Recognition in 2010

  • recognition of qualifications based on evaluation of learning outcomes

  • recognition of qualifications earned through lifelong learning paths and arrangements

  • no legal obstacles in recognition of TNE (incl. Joint Degrees)

  • links of recognition and quality assurance

  • substantial developments in information provision and strategies

  • recognition for labor market - more focus on recognition for the purpose of employment


ENIC/NARIC Charter

  • Joint ENIC/NARIC Charter of Activities and Services (approved by the Networks and by Lisbon Recognition Committee, June 2004)

    • The purpose of the charter is to assist ENIC and NARIC centres to better respond to the challenges posed by the changing of the recognition environment and to set up a legitimate operation framework for the work of the national centres.

    • The charter defines tasks and activities of the national ENIC/NARIC centre and the ENIC/NARIC networks.


National ENIC/NARIC in 2010

  • Current situation at national level

  • there are still substantial differences in terms of structure, resources and competencies of different information centre

  • the assessment of every single detail in the inputs (list of subjects, number of hours, titles of subjects, length of learning) - looking for identity

  • the assessment of qualifications may take up to 1.5 years

  • problems with information provision, delayed answers to the inquires

  • in some cases the national ENIC/NARIC is just a contact person at Ministry of Education


National ENIC/NARIC in 2010

  • Common tasks and activities of a national ENIC/NARIC centre (I)

    • provide adequate, reliable and authenticated information on qualifications, educational systems and recognition procedures to the partners and stakeholders

    • advice a formal decision on the recognition of qualifications on the basis of their assessment by applying existing criteria and procedures developed by the Networks


National ENIC/NARIC in 2010

  • Common tasks and activities of a national ENIC/NARIC centre (II)

    • serve as the main information point on the recognition of higher education and access qualifications

    • cooperate with higher education institutions, quality assurance agencies, competent professional recognition authorities

    • contribute to higher education policy development and legislation at national, regional and European level


National ENIC/NARIC in 2010

  • Common tasks and activities of a national ENIC/NARIC centre (III)

    • Collect and regularly update information on educational systems and qualifications in different countries, and their comparability to the qualifications in the home system.

    • promote a fair recognition of qualifications based on learning outcomes

    • focus more on recognition for the purpose of employment (non-regulated professions)


ENIC/NARIC Networks in 2010

  • Networks will continue to do their utmost to make the EHEA a reality by 2010

    • benchmarking, setting and promoting best practices, development and methodologies on recognition in line with the criteria and procedures defined in the Lisbon Recognition Convention

    • cooperation with quality assurance agencies and networks (ENQA) in order to establish a common framework

    • close cooperation with employers (and associations) to promote the needs of labor market

    • cooperation with other parts of the world in information provision about European Higher Education Area and recognition of qualifications


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