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Ministry of Education and Science

CONSULTATIONS on proposing the number of levels and sub-levels within the National Qualification Framework, as well as defining of each level descriptor in terms of learning outcomes in view of the knowledge, skills and competences that an individual is su

Published date: 19.05.2010 18:00 | Author: Ivona Međedović

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The Government of Montenegro adopted a document Strategy for the Establishment of a Montenegrin Qualification Framework at the end of 2008 with the aim of defining activities that have to be realised in order that Montenegro could establish a qualification system in the most effective way, providing not only enhanced transparency and mobility but also easier comparison with EU qualification systems and those of other countries.

When recognising the significance of this matter, the EU allocated a part of the IPA (IPA 2007) resources for realisation of the project “National Qualification Framework and Quality Assurance in Education” which supports the realisation of activities defined in the Strategy.

One of the most important aspects of the Qualification Framework is the issue of defining the number of levels and sub-levels within the framework, as well as defining the description of each of them in terms of learning outcomes in view of knowledge, skills and competences that every individual is supposed to posses at each of these levels.

As the description of these levels will have a very significant role not only in the establishment of a complete Montenegrin Qualification Framework, but also in subsequent process of defining of level and sub-level descriptors for each sector, the Ministry of Education and Science is kindly inviting all stakeholders to join the consultations on proposing the number of levels and sub-levels and their descriptors which were prepared by the Working Group represented by: the Ministry of Education and Science, the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, Employment Agency of Montenegro, Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro, Employers Federation of Montenegro, University of Montenegro, Montenegrin Union of Private Faculties, Bureau of Education, VET Centre, Exam Centre of Montenegro, CIPS, Trade Union of Education, CDNGOs (CRNVO) and secondary vocational schools, as well as to submit their written comments via email (mpin@gov.me), no later than June 11, 2010.

Materials for consultations can be taken here…mqf_all_v3 3_eng_100328ENG.doc