EQFEuropean Qualifications Framework
EQFEquipment Failure
EQFEqual Flexibility
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At the heart of the EQF is a set of eight "reference levels" to assess what a learner knows, understands and is capable of doing.
The EQF provides both a technical model and a reference to which almost all partner countries wish to align their own national systems to, even those which are not candidates for EU accession.
The core element of the EQF is a set of eight levels acting as a common and neutral reference point for education and training authorities within the participating countries and across various sectors.
As can be seen from the chart on page 29, the descriptions of the eight levels of the EQF are based on learning outcomes.
half years of content and communication to coordinate releases devote the EQF.
The media interface buyer is also responsible for the NIHD - advertising approved by EQF publication provided by the EQF medium according to the specified agreed parameters (ad size, placement, radio spot duration, broadcast time, banner size, the appearance of length etc).
This is also essential for the proper and efficient building in our country, a reliable system of qualifications based on standards referenced to the EQF.
focus on the continuing training of building workers (craftsmen and blue collar workers) that are already on the job market, covering all needed works on the building envelope (excluding RES workers), and thus will target all 6 priority professions identified by the National Roadmap: bricklayers, plasterers, roofers, carpenters, house-painters and prefabricated construction fitters, each taking into account the 4 relevant European Qualifications Framework levels (6 professions x 4 EQF levels)
Start the development of national standards (UNI/CEI) for the different workers profiles based on the EQF schemas and produce the first draft standards.
Engagement of the largest number of key stakeholders to endorse the certification of non-formal and informal competences aligned with EQF General plan for performance/requirements indicators related to training courses
Keywords: Sustainable building, knowledge, competence, skills, certification, validation, social partners, formal, informal, non-formal learning, EQF, ECVET, energy saving, Vocational Training Plan, indicators
The aim of the I-TOWN project is to develop and validate training schemes at EQF level 3 for workers in the building sector, improving their competences in sustainable building, according to the Pillar I of Build Up Skills Italy initiative.