Title Train-Com: Developing Training Competence in IVET by Using Units of Learning Outcomes
Project Number DE/13/LLP-LdV/TOI/147605
Product Outline "Peer Review focused on learning outcome orientation"
Title Outline "Peer Review focused on learning outcome orientation"
Marketing Text The paper describes the concept of peer review. It describes the process of peer review and identifies areas of competence-based education, which should be considered in the context of peer reviews.
The Peer Review Process comprises a total of four phases:
1. Preparatory phase: during this phase, the Peer Review is organised and the self-evaluation report prepared by the vocational training institution. The Peers are recruited and trained. A time schedule for the Review is established and agreements for the Peer Visit are made.
2. Peer Visit: Peers pay a visit to vocational training institution and conduct an evaluation. This evaluation includes a tour of the premises as well as interviews with the stakeholder groups concerned and involved. The Peers issue their first oral feedback at the end of the Peer Visit.
3. Report: After the Peer Visit the Peers prepare a draft report which will be presented to the vocational training institution for their comments. After that point, the final Peer Review Report will be edited.
4. Improvement of the vocational training offerings: the results and recommendations gath-ered during the Peer Review Process are translated into concrete goals, which are then planned and implemented.
Target group Members of the peer review group, VET-providers, who are interested in carrying out peer reviews
Result Concept and procedere of the Peer Review at a glance. Outline is available at www.train-com.de
Area of application VET
Product Languages English