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NEWS: Final Conference of the P.R.I.S.D.O.Q. Project - Perugia September 27, 2013 - Save the date!
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What is Transnational Peer Review?

It is a form of external evaluation with the aim of supporting the reviewed educational institution in its quality assurance and quality development efforts.
Specifically an external group of experts, called Peers, is invited to assess the quality of different fields of the institution, such as the quality of education and training provision of individual departments or of the entire organization.

Who can use it?

The primary target group for the Transnational Peer Review procedure is providers of initial and continuing VET in Europe with experience in quality assurance and development.
The minimum experience recommended as a basic prerequisite for conducting a Peer Review is that a VET provider has previously undergone a self-evaluation process at least once.

Manual (download here)

The European Peer Review Manual describes a European standard procedure for carrying out Peer Reviews in vocational education and training.
It was first developed in the course of the Leonardo da Vinci Project "Peer Review in initial VET" by a team of experts from eight institutions in seven European countries and then adapted to be used in continuing VET within the project “Peer Review Extended II”.

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The European Peer Review Manual describes a European standard procedure for carrying out Peer Reviews in vocational education and training. It was first developed in the course of the Leonardo da Vinci Project "Peer Review in initial VET" by a team of experts from eight institutions in seven European countries and then adapted to be used in continuing VET within the project “Peer Review Extended II”.