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Frequently Asked Questions for Transfer of Innovation Projects. Which reference documents are necessary for submitting a TOI project?. Decision 1720/2006/EC of the Parliament and of the Council of 15 November 2006 General Call for Proposals 2009:
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Decision 1720/2006/EC of the Parliament and of the Council of 15 November 2006
General Call for Proposals 2009:
All these documents are available on the official web site of the programme (http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/llp/index_en.html)
as well as on the NAs web sides
A regular consultation of them is warmly suggested!
As long as the main focus of the proposal is to put the results into practice it will be considered as an eligible proposal under the Transfer of Innovation action
These common principles cover four key areas:
EQF is a“meta-framework”
that is to say a neutral reference point for classifying qualification levels and a sort of translation device for comparing qualifications across Europe, that Member States are invited to use on a voluntary basis.
It is not meant to replace existing national frameworks or systems, but only to allow a better comparison and easier communication among them. Yet, by recommending governments to relate their qualifications systems to the common framework.
The EQF inevitably aims also at acting as a catalyst for national reforms and, in particular at promoting the development of National Qualifications Frameworks (NQFs)
The EQF is based on eight reference levels,from qualifications achieved at the end of compulsory schooling to higher academic qualifications.
Each leveldescribes what a learner knows, understands and is able to do - regardless of the system where a particular qualification was acquired.
The EQF reference levels therefore shift the focus away from the traditional approach, based on learning inputs (duration of a learning experience, type of institution, etc.), to a scheme related to learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and competences acquired on completion of a learning pathway).
Recommendation on EQF:
The EQARF is based on the Common Quality Assurance Framework (CQAF), which was developed in 2004 in the course of the Copenhagen Process.
The European Quality Assurance Reference Framework for Vocational Education and Training aims at supporting the European member countries in advancing the continuous improvement of their vocational education and training systems by means of common European reference indicators and in monitoring them.
Proposal for a recommendation on the establishment of EQARF:
According to the proposal, ECVET can be defined as a method for describing “a qualification in terms of units of learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and competences)
Proposal for a recommendation on the establishment of ECVET:
It refers to specific actions aiming at maximising the effectiveness of results of the projects supported by the Lifelong Learning programme
The Leonardo da Vinci sub-programme is open to the organisations from 31 European countries:
NOTE: For additional documentation required refer to the web site of your National Agency
Note: Refer to your NA for further information on that
The NAs web sites periodically publish information to find out information on European partner-finding events (Contact Seminars)
Some NAs implemented a Partner Search Database where is possible to find a list of partners and made them available for consultation on their web site
Many national organisations already have European links through networking bodies, partnerships or work contacts. Involving partners already known by your organisation means allow to rely on a pre-existing relationship to add commitment to the partnership