Quality Assurance

Kerry ETB is committed to quality assurance of all its programmes and services. Kerry ETB is focused on providing quality learning opportunities for all learners on further education and training courses. Quality Assurance is about quality teaching and learning as well as the governance structures that support this. Quality teaching and learning takes place in an environment where policies, procedures, planning and evaluation are clear and transparent to all.

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Quality Assurance

Kerry ETB is developing new policies and procedures (QAP), drawing from  its current quality practices- ensuring a consistent approach is implemented across FET provision and services.  The documents set out in this section describe the overarching approach and quality policy of Kerry ETB and confirm its Quality Assurance policy and procedures. We are actively collaborating with our sectoral partners.  The nine goals set out in Kerry ETB’s Strategy for 2018-2022 are directly influencing our approach to new QAP development. Policies and procedures will align with the achievement of these goals and in turn with the strategic management and governance of Kerry ETB.

Overview of internal QA governance, policies and procedures

  1. Overarching Institution Quality Policy
  2. Quality assurance decision-making fora
  3. Programme Design and Approval
  4. Programme Delivery and Assessment
  5. Student Lifecycle
  6. Teaching staff
  7. Resources and Support
  8. Information Management
  9. Self-evaluation and monitoring
  10. Stakeholder engagement
  11. Engagement with other bodies
  12. Provision and use of public information
  13. Collaboration with Partners, Other Providers and Other Awarding Bodies

 


Ireland's European Structural and Investment Funds Programmes 2014-2020 European Union Department of Education and Skills QQI


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