Aligning the Lithuanian national qualifications system with the European qualifications framework, is Tarptautine moksline konferencija "Kvalifikaciju sistemu kurimo metodologija ir patirtis".
What does EQF stand for?
EQF stands for European Qualifications Framework
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We have 2 other meanings of EQF in our Acronym Attic
- Equivalent Quantum Efficiency
- Europe Qualité Expertise (French: Europe Quality Expertise)
- European Qualifying Examination (European patent attorney qualification)
- Event Queue Element (IBM)
- Equivilent Quarter-Engine B-name
- European Quantum Electronics Conference
- Equivalent Queue Extended Erlang B
- Enhanced Quadrature Encoder Pulse
- Equal Flexibility
- Equipment Failure
- Examens de Qualification Français (French: French Qualifying Exams; European Patent Office)
- Ellery Queen Fan Club
- Equality Florida
- European Quality Foundation Model (Foundation for Quality Management; Brussels, Belgium)
- Elastic Quota File System
- Edmond Quilt Guild (Canada)
- Environmental Quality Guidelines (Canada)
- Évaluation de Quatrième Génération
- Evaluation Quality Guidelines
- Equal to, or Greater Than
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Its new training system and curriculum are in line with the EU-recognized European Qualifications Framework.
Its new training system and curriculum are in line with the EU-recognised European Qualifications Framework.
The QCF is linked to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) (4) and so in that sense the qualifications are recognised Europewide.
PDAs are recognised on UK and European Qualifications Frameworks as well as on the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF).
Two key EU measures The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) was adopted by the European Parliament and Council in late 2007/early 2008 and establishes a common framework onto which every member state has undertaken to map its qualifications by 2012.
In an attempt to devise a common system for the recognition of degrees, diplomas and other educational qualifications throughout the 25 countries of the EU, the European Commission is proposing to create a European Qualifications Framework (EQF).
Anyone feeling a little glow of pride at the thought that we British invented the term "qualifications framework" and made it a credit-based system, possibly putting bundles of exam boards out of business in the process, might be disappointed to know that a European qualifications framework is being forged along the same lines.