Many organisations have quality assurance frameworks to ensure that systems are running effectively and to compulsory standards.
In education we tend to cover three main areas, however others do arise from time to time.
Industry Specific Standards, ie in professional or regulatory bodies ensuring that any education product which is developed is done so to the legislative requirements of that profession or what is deemed as “best practise” for that sector.
Quality of training- this is normally within non-profit or non regulated training organisations which provide informal learning, where the quality of training resources and delivery are measured by learner standards, ie they meet what learners require. This is normally conducted through evaluations and feedback and then working with the trainers who tend not to be qualified and mostly experts in their field to develop the resources and delivery to be engaging for learners as well as develop their knowledge.
Apprenticeships- this is a developing field and changing frequently with new government guidelines which are released. Key areas of knowledge include; End Point Assessment, the Register of Apprentice Assessment Organisations, Institute of Apprenticeships and funding schemes.
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