The following international websites provide usefull information for every one interested or involved in aspects of Quality improvement or assurance in education:
For the international project pages of Landstede Group you can follow this link: http://www.landstede.nl/Landstedegroep/Landstede-Groep/Welcome-at-Landstede/Innovation-and-transfer-of-knowledge.html
The NLQAVET website: This website is about working on quality management in educational teams within intermediate vocational educational institutions. On this website you will find stories, advice, and gains which you can use as leverage or inspiration when you yourself will be working on a quality culture within an educational team to improve quality management. Every student has the right to good education. The educational team should be supported by the organization in delivering this quality, which should also be safeguarded
- See more at: http://www.nlqavet.nl
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