the ASEAN-QA TrainIQA phase i

The ASEAN-QA project is divided into different phases. At present, between 2016 and 2018, the third phase of the project is in process. The following page provides information about the first TrainIQA phase, which took place between 2011 and 2013, and the appendant workshops and conferences.

The figure below shows the Module-Schedule of the ASEAN-QA Training Course. The workshop is divided into two target groups: Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) and External Quality Assurance (EQA). The peers adressed by the IQA Track are university leaderships, university staff and the universites' QA-Officers. The EQA workshop was designed for national accreditation agencies staff and ministry of education representatives.

External Quality Assurance

Internal Quality Assurance

 

Dialogue Meetings, University Leaderships

2011

Training Course external QA

Training Course internal QA

2012

Conducting peer trainings

Conducting self-assessments

Conducting external evaluation/accreditation

2013

 

Since the ASEAN-QA Training Course was conducted over three years, participants have won plenty of new knowledge at workshops held in five different countries. The IQA and EQA Training Workshops have been organized in several cities from Bangkok to Potsdam. To learn more about the programme and its learning contents a website for every conducted workshop is available. These pages provide information about the events, workshop presentations and photo impressions.

 

Workshop Documentation

2011

   IQA and EQA Workshop in Bangkok (Thailand)

2012

   IQA and EQA Workshop in Potsdam (Germany)

   Assessor Workshop in Manila (Philippines)

2013

 

 

   IQA Workshop in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)

   EQA Workshop in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

   Stakeholder Conference in Bangkok (Thailand)

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