Become a trained EQ-Arts International Quality Assurance Expert:
EQ-Arts is pleased to announce its online edition of the international quality expert training programme. This programme will take place across three afternoon sessions on the 26th April, and the 10th and 11th of May 2021.
The programme covers:
- Preparing for a review
- Simulation of an (online) site visit
- Critical reflection
- Formulating commendations, recommendations & conditions
- Preparing oral feedback
- Contributing to an Accreditation/Enhancement Report
The key aims of the training provided by EQ-Arts are designed to enable participants to adapt a range of their pre-existing skills to form a competence to work as an international peer-review expert in the field of external QA (in line with the ESG 2015 guidelines).
The training provides insight into the operation of The European Standards & Guidelines (ESG) and current developments in the area of external quality assurance and enhancement processes, as well as hands-on, practical guidance on how to participate successfully in international external QA processes.
The format of the training is designed so as to replicate the required preparation, teamwork, report writing and intensity of workload and complexity of task associated with international quality assurance processes. From the beginning of the training through to the end, participants will be actively engaged in a simulation exercise that mirrors how they would be expected to perform in an external international QA visit.
Since 2005 EQ-Arts has been organising annual international training programme for arts sector experts, which has included academics, quality managers and staff from international Quality Agencies. A register of trained experts is maintained by EQ-Arts.
EQ-Arts has been approached by national Quality Agencies and has provided trained arts sector experts for national accreditation reviews including: EKKA Archimedes – Estonia, SKVC – Lithuania, ARACIS – Romania, UKA– Sweden, NQA - Netherlands, EQE - Georgia and QAA - Scotland and NVAO, the Netherlands.
On the question: “Would you recommend this training to a colleague”, the last group of experts unanimously answered ‘DEFINITELY’.
The next Expert Training will take place online, on three afternoons: 26 April, 10 and 11 May 2021. If you're interested in the next training, please make sure to send a message to email@example.com expressing your interest.
The fee is related to the Country Lists as defined by the Council of Europe and are related to the gross national income based on the purchasing power of each member country (GNI PPP per capita).
Category 1 (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine): 199 EUR
Category 2 (Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Turkey): 299 EUR
Category 3 (Andorra, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom): 499 EUR
Category 4 (Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden): 599 EUR
Category 5 (Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Norway, Switzerland): 799 EUR
Prof. Anthony Dean, Emeritus Professor University of Winchester, UK;
Paula Crabtree, Vice-Chancellor Stockholm University of the Arts, Sweden.
To register, please e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- a statement of interest (max. 500 words)
- your CV