中国社会福利与养老服务协会和中经汪海

原标题:中国社会福利与养老服务协会和中经汪海

为了进一步推动中国国际化养老护理服务领域国际化接轨的进程,提升我国养老护理从业人员的人才队伍建设。中经汪海公司作为中国社会福利与养老服务协会的理事单位于2016年7月21日特邀请了中经汪海涉外高级顾问Andy Gibbers先生和中国社会福利与养老服务协会就养老护理从业人员国际服务标准职业能力提升及双方护理技术的融合进行了深入的探讨和研究。

Andy先生代表英国CHECK中国卫生保健教育联盟机构以及英国苏格兰格拉斯哥卡里多尼亚大学就养老护理培训教育培训方面给出了相关的指导意见。

CHECK机构简介

The main healthcare challenges for China are outlined in The Ministry of Health Document - China’s 12th Five Year Plan. In summary these are:

·The current healthcare workforce does not meet the healthcare needs of the population

·There is a shortage of particular categories of Healthcare Workers (eg nurses and public health workers)

·There is a mismatch in the supply and demand of healthcare workers

To overcome these challenges there is a need for China to:

·Train more healthcare workers in a number of specialised areas: public health, community services, ageing care and chronic disease

·Enable healthcare staff to manage this change in the structure of the healthcare workforce through management and leadership training.

The United Kingdom is well placed to assist China meet the above mentioned challenges as it is recognised as one of the world leaders in healthcare education. However as the size and scale of China prevents one institution making a significant contribution the China Healthcare Education Consortium (CHEC) was established.

CHEC consists of 9 established UK universities who have joined together so that any collaborative healthcare opportunity from China can be met effectively.Due to the size and scale of CHEC it provides a one stop healthcare partner for Chinese public and private agencies. CHEC has access to 1,462 staff of which 83 are at professorial level and currently provides a wide range of healthcare education to 4,577 post graduate and 16,825 undergraduate healthcare students.The size of CHEC makes it unique in terms of the depth and breadth of the healthcare education and research that it can provide.

CHEC can provide:

·Healthcare education and research opportunities for a wide range of healthcare professionals eg Nurses, GP’s , Occupational Therapists, Dieticians Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Sports and Exercise Therapists.

·Specialist education in a large range of areas; health promotion, care of the elderly, primary care, public health, rehabilitation, chronic conditions (diabetes, cancer, stroke dementia), mindfulness, health optimisation, dietetic, health administration/management. Clinical research..

·Consultancy Services for public and private organisations

·A bespoke service to ensure that the type of provision is suitable for purpose eg degree programmes, short courses, on line learning and research and evaluation, train the trainers

CHEC is led by representatives who all have extensive experience of working collaboratively in China. This has many benefits in terms of ensuring that the services provided are fit for purpose.

中国卫生部十二五规划文件中概述了中国面临的主要卫生保健挑战。总结有以下几点:

一、中国当前的卫生保健劳动力不能满足中国民众的卫生保健需求;

二、特定类型的卫生保健工作人员(例如护士和公共卫生工作人员)短缺;

三、卫生保健人才的供需不匹配。

为应对这些挑战,中国需要在一系列包括公共卫生、社区服务、老年护理以及重大疾病防控在内的专业领域培训更多的卫生保健人才。

作为世界公认的卫生保健教育强国之一,英国有能力帮助中国应对以上提到的挑战。但中国的大小规模限制了单个机构做出重大贡献,于是,中国卫生保健教育联盟(CHECK)应运而生。

中国卫生保健教育联盟由九个现有英国大学联手组成,这样,中国所有合作卫生保健机会都能够有效地得到回应。鉴于中国卫生保健教育联盟的规模和范围,它向中国公众和私人机构提供一站式的卫生保健伙伴。中国卫生保健教育联盟拥有1,462名员工,其中83名是教授级别,他们目前向卫生保健领域4,577名卫研究生以及16,825名大学生提供大范围的卫生保健教育。就它在所提供的卫生保健教育和研究的深度和广度而言,中国卫生保健教育联盟的规模算得上是独一无二的。

中国社会福利与养老服务协会会长冯晓丽女士以及协会工作人员接待并参加了此次会议。

会议时间:2016年7月21日10:00AM

会议地点:中国社会福利与养老服务协会会议室

中国社会福利与养老服务协会参加会议的人员如下:

中国社会福利与养老服务协会会长冯晓丽、办公室工作人员刘志贵、李晶、徐向前。

中经汪海董事长汪婷(汪琨华)Sunny Wang、翻译:张梓静、律师韩伟、办公室助理王军焕、媒体策划张爱东

会议圆满完成。

国家开放大学会议时间2016年7月

2016年6月21日14:00PM于国家开放大学贵宾室

参加会议人员:

国家开放大学老年开放大学事业发展与综合管理办公室主任谢来义

国家开放大学培训中心常务副主任黄丹青

北京中经汪海经济信息咨询有限公司董事长汪婷(汪琨华)Sunny Wang 翻译:李梓静、李赢、律师韩伟、办公室助理王军焕、媒体策划张爱东

中国卫生保健教育联盟可以提供以下服务:

一、针对例如护士、全科医生、职业理疗师、营养师、物理治疗师、足科医师以及运动训练理疗师等广大范围的卫生保健人才的卫生保健教育和研究机会。

二、很多领域的专家教育,包括领域有:保健、老年护理、初级护理、公共卫生、康复、重大疾病(例如糖尿病、癌症和中风痴呆)、正念、健康心理、营养师、健康管理以及临床研究等。

三、针对公众和私人机构的咨询服务。

四、特定类型预约服务,针对目标有如学位课程、短期课程、在线学习、在线研究、在线评估以及培训等。

中国卫生保健教育联盟由有着丰富与中国合作经验的代表所带领,这对确保提供合适的服务十分有益。

中国社会福利与养老服务协会会长冯晓丽女士以及协会工作人员接待并参加了此次会议。

会议时间:2016年7月21日10:00AM

会议地点:中国社会福利与养老服务协会会议室

中国社会福利与养老服务协会参加会议的人员如下:

中国社会福利与养老服务协会会长冯晓丽、办公室工作人员刘志贵、李晶、徐向前。

中经汪海董事长汪婷(汪琨华)Sunny Wang、翻译:张梓静、律师韩伟、办公室助理王军焕、媒体策划张爱东

会议圆满完成。

Andy工作经历

2007.05-2016.05

欧盟28 +

欧盟终身学习项目

David Hibler Project Leader UK Bologna Expert Team

British Council

David.Hibler@britishcouncil.org

英国博洛尼亚专家,欧洲高等教育专家

博洛尼亚专家

被苏格兰政府及高等教育学院任命为英国博洛尼亚专家,协助英国和欧洲的高等教育机构执行课程改革。通过准备简报文件、培训会议、面对面讨论等,为部长及其他人员就欧洲高等教育改革的政策和战略提供建议。

2016.06

土耳其塞浦路斯社区

世界银行

Nina Arnold Senior Consultant, World Bank

narnhold@worldbank.org

专家

塞浦路斯北部战略计划

评估形势,举办研讨会,为塞浦路斯北部高等教育战略计划准备论文。

2015.12-2016.06

欧盟

欧盟委员会

DG EMPL - EMPLOYMENT SOCIAL AFFAIRS and INCLUSION– Skills and Qualifications Koen Nomden

Team leader "Transparency and Recognition of Skills and Qualifications"

koen.nomden@ec.europa.eu

小组领导

欧洲资格框架扩展小组领导

负责国际资格认证的管理,将地区性的资格认证系统融入欧洲资格框架,为第三方国家的资格框架进入欧洲资格框架做准备。

荷兰

NVAO

Thomas De Brujn

Policy Advisor

t.debruijn@nvao.net

专家

教学成果评估和展示项目

项目旨在通过同行互审,为成功实现和评估预期教学成果起草相关准则。成果在网站上可见

https://www.nvao.com/system/files/pdf/Report%20Achieved%20Learning%20Outcomes%202016.pdf

2015.12-至今

阿塞拜疆

世界卫生组织

Galina Perfileiva

PE@euro.who.int

专家

认定和资历

展示欧洲护理相关的技术信息、执业注册和资历认证指令。

2015.08-至今

东盟

欧盟SHARE

英国文化协会/NUFFIC/DAAD/Campus France

John Law Senior Project Manager John.Law@britishcouncil.org

专家

欧盟——东盟合作

SHARE是欧盟资助的项目,旨在加强地区合作,提高东盟高等教育机构和学生的质量、能力和国际化水平,促进东盟地区2015年以后的发展。我主要负责通过研讨会促进政治对话,设立灵活的课程模块,实现国际化。

2015.10-2016.01

法国

欧洲质量保证协会(ENQA)

Nathalie Lugano

Project Manager European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education – ENQA

costen24@hotmail.com

团队协调员

ENQA 秘书处评审小组

在遵照欧洲质量标准准则的基础上,组织对大学按摩师的评审。在小组中,负责分析政策、立法和法律文件,会见各部门、大学、学生组织和公司的代表。

2015.09-2016.01

立陶宛

SKVC (立陶宛质量保证局)

Gabriele Bajorinaite

Review Manager

gabriele.bajorinaite@skvc.lt

小组领导

质量保证小组

领导小组评审、评估两个立陶宛机构的护理和妇产项目。

2014.12-2016.01

中国

UKTI (英国贸易投资署)

Yang Xiao Trade and Investment Manager

Yang.Xiao@fco.gov.uk

秘书

跨国教育

协调领导CHECK的主要活动,负责国际护理课程发展项目,即将签署相关文件。

http://www.noodls.com/view/81BD0EDEE889DF76FCFE6A6754937BC9FA9E3F48?114xxx1445443311

2015.01-2016.01

各个地区

格拉斯哥卡里多尼亚大学

Helen Brown

Helen.Brown@GCU.ac.uk

国际化专家

国际化

在健康和生命科学学院开展国际化活动小组,主要工作包括:促进教职工和学生的内外流动,开发跨国项目,推动职业化发展;增加校园内非英国学生的数量;推动课程国际化。

2012.08-2014.12

中国,东南亚

爱丁堡龙比亚大学

Lynn Kilbride Professor

l.kilbride@napier.ac.uk

小组领导

跨国教育小组

通过资格框架找到将各国的系统与英国高等教育系统联系起来的机会,分析英国的高等教育系统,具体包括分析相关利益方,根据目标国家的需求和政策设计课程,利用国家资格框架推动跨国教育的发展。

发表了东盟地区和博洛尼亚地区的比较分析:《东盟和中国当前是否可以应用博洛尼亚项目?》

2009.08-至今

波黑

哈萨克斯坦

黑山

葡萄牙

罗马尼亚

斯洛伐克

斯洛文尼亚

土耳其

Alicja Bochajczuk

European University Assoc. Institutional Evaluation Programme Project Manager

alicja.bochajczuk@eua.be ESF

欧洲大学联合会机构评估项目

负责数据整理、与大学联络、准备书面和口头报告;分析、评估、提供建议,增强大学在治理和领导力、科研、国际化等方面的实力

2014.03-2014.08

立陶宛

Barbora Dr?sutyt?

Evaluation Coordinator

Study Programme Evaluation Division

Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education

Tel.: (+370 5) 205 3324

barbora.drasutyte@skvc.lt

小组领导

质量保证小组

作为小组领导,负责立陶宛八个公共健康教育学士学位和硕士学位的质量审查和评估。协调团队,主持会议,监督向学位委员会提交的报告的起草。

2015.01-2015.03

爱沙尼亚

Tiia Bach

Estonian Higher Education Quality Agency, Evaluation Coordinator

+372 640 0455

Tiia.Bach@archimedes.ee

小组领导

质量保证小组

作为小组领导,领导9名专家对爱沙尼亚相关社会工作和服务项目小组的工作进行评审。协调团队,主持会议,监督向学位委员会提交的报告的起草。

2009.01-2009.09

英国

欧洲质量保证协会

Nathalie Lugano

Project Manager European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education – ENQA

costen24@hotmail.com

小组协调员、评估员

ENQA 专项小组成员评估

基于欧洲质量标准准则对欧盟委员会按摩师教育组进行评审,撰写报告,针对EQA注册提供建议。

2012.03-2012.05

立陶宛

欧洲质量保证协会

Nathalie Lugano

Project Manager European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education – ENQA

costen24@hotmail.com

小组协调员

ENQA秘书处评审小组SKVC

在遵照欧洲质量标准准则的基础上,组织对大学按摩师的评审。在小组中,负责分析政策、立法和法律文件,会见各部门、大学、学生组织和公司的代表。作为协调员,管理后勤公族,撰写报告,基于研究成果向欧洲质量保证注册机构提出建议。

2013.10-2017.10

芬兰

葡萄牙

捷克

Erasmus LLL

Johanna Tarvainen

Lahti University

Project Coordinator

J.taivenen@Lamk.fi

课程规划专家

跨国教育/联合项目

负责课程规划,质量保证,评审、开发联合项目,从而培养卫生和社会护理管理方面的人力资源专业人才。

2011.10-2013.10

法国

波兰

克罗地亚

Leonardo

Jamie Brogan

Manager, Centre for Credit rating, Edinburgh Napier University

j.brogan@napier.ac.uk

专家

先前学习认定

大学先前学习认定中心——架起高等教育和职业教育之间的桥梁

提供专家意见,将知识从先前学习认定经验丰富的高等教育系统(如苏格兰和法国)转移到NQF发展早起的国家。为先前学习认定打下程序、章程、法律和文化基础。

2011.10

吉尔吉斯斯坦

Svetlana Simbard

National Tempus Office in Kyrgyzstan Business Centre sirmbard@yandex.com

高等教育改革专家

资格框架

应吉尔吉斯斯坦国家机构的要求就NQF提供支持和建议。通过与相关方的会见,分析当前局势。开展研讨会,提出发展和认证建议。

1.Family name:Gibbs

2.First names:Andy

3.Date of birth:17 September 1955

4.Passport holder:British

5.Residence:Edinburgh, United Kingdom

6.Civil Status;Married

7.Education:

Institution(Date from - Date to)

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

Edinburgh Napier University 2007 -2008

MSc International Nursing and Education

Edinburgh Napier University 2008

Post Graduate Certificate in Applied Education

University of Manchester 1988-1992

BSc (Hons) Nursing Education

Bethlem Royal and Maudsley Hospitals

Registered Nurse

8. Language skills: Indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - excellent; 5 - basic)

Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

English

Mother Tongue

9. Membership of professional bodies:Nursing and Midwifery Council UK; Fellow, Higher Education Academy, Steering Group member UK NARIC Quality and Standards,

10. Other skills:Policy, evaluation and implementation of European Higher Education Reforms especially Recognition, Quality, NQF, External Dimension and Mobility

11. Years within the firm: 30 years’ experience within UK HE including posts with responsibility for internationalisation for 15 years, 5 years as independent consultant.

12. Key qualifications:

I have a Master's Degree in International Nursing and Education. I am a World Health Organisation expert and a EuropeanHigher Education Expert with over 15 years of professional experience working as an expert designing implementing or evaluating health reform and other projects/programmes. I have extensive knowledge of teaching and learning methods demonstrated through projects in Czech Republic Azerbaijan and Lithuania, curriculum development in China and South East Asia, and academic evaluation of related programmes in Lithuania and Estonia. I have experience in working with EU projects/programmes, rules and regulations log frames and EU guidelines for project cycle management as a project leader, participant and expert assessor of Tempus, Erasmus and Erasmus+ proposals. I have well-developed analytical and research skills, evidenced by involvement, over a 15-year period as leader, expert, partner and consultant in Higher Education Reform projects in a number of countries which have focussed on not only the development and implementation of National and Regional Qualification Frameworks but also their key components such as learning outcomes, recognition, including recognition of prior learning and articulation of programmes between VET and tertiary education. I have over seven years’ experience in leading assignments that deal with assessment, design, development, implementation and management of NQFs, and applications covering the full framework lifecycle. In my full time employment, I have applied NQFs to the development of transnational educational programmes and courses in both Asia and Europe. I have considerable experience in assessing training needs and in conducting structured consultation programmes in UK, China and Singapore. I have planned and led workshops and training for large numbers on numerous occasions, including both Tempus and Bologna Higher Education Reform Experts and engagement with employers in structured dialogue on the European Health workforce. I have experience at national and European level of registration, accreditation, recognition of qualifications and practical experience of national and European quality assurance systems though my activity with national agencies, EUA and ENQA.

May2007-May2016

EU28 +

European Union Lifelong Learning Programme

David Hibler

Project Leader UK Bologna Expert Team

British Council

David.Hibler@britishcouncil.org

UK Bologna Expert and subsequently European Higher Education Expert

Bologna Expert

I was nominated as UK Bologna expert by the Scottish Government and the Higher Education Academy. In this role I supported UK and European higher education institutions in implementing curricula reforms associated with the Bologna Process. I was responsible for advising, through the preparation of briefing papers, training workshops and face to face discussions, ministers and others on policy and strategy issues related to European Higher Education Reforms.

The role involvesreview of draft existing policy documents, institutional and legislative framework and compilation of a comprehensive assessment and needs analysis for the education sector

Specifically, within this role the following activities have been undertaken through workshops and information dissemination;

·Promoting fair equal and consistent recognition through the implementation of ECTS/ Diploma Supplement, Europass, and the Lisbon Recognition Convention

·Developing Lifelong learning through the three cycle system, recognition of formal and informal learning, qualifications frameworks

·Increasing student mobility by promoting the sharing of good practice and information exchange re curriculum development and funding activities

·Advising on curriculum development using learning outcomes, NQF, student centred learning and constructive alignment

·Addressing issues associated with the social dimension and employability

·Promoting the European Higher Education Area in a global setting, ensuring linkages between European Higher Education Area and European Research area

·Engaging with employers, European HE colleagues and other to ensure the currency of curricula input to the labour market

·in-depth knowledge in quality assurance, qualifications frameworks and recognition issues in higher education.

June2016

Turkish Community in Cyprus

World Bank

Nina Arnold

Senior Consultant, World Bank

narnhold@worldbank.org

Expert

Strategic Directions for Northern Cyprus

The purpose of this role was to scope conditions, deliver a workshop and contribute to a paper outlining Strategic Directions for Higher Education in Northern Cyprus. I was specifically requested to focus on;

·Teaching Learning and Assessment

·Recognition

·Internationalisation

·Equivalence of qualifications

December2015-June2016

EU

European Commission

DG EMPL - EMPLOYMENT SOCIAL AFFAIRS and INCLUSION

– Skills and Qualifications

Koen Nomden

Team leader "Transparency and Recognition of Skills and Qualifications"

koen.nomden@ec.europa.eu

Team Leader

Extended Scope of European Qualifications Framework

I am team leader for this activity which explores the feasibility of:

§ Management of relating international qualifications and sectoral qualifications systems and frameworks to the EQF;

§ The preparatory work for linking third country qualifications frameworks to the EQF;

§ Management, governance and continuous updating of the ESCO Classification after its first full release;

§ Development, governance and continuous updating of European core profiles of qualifications.

Netherlands

NVAO

Thomas De Brujn

Policy Advisor

t.debruijn@nvao.net

Expert

Assessment and Demonstration of Achieved Learning Outcomes: Recommendations and Good Practices

This project aimed at formulating a set of guidelines for successfully implementing the assessment and demonstration of achieved learning outcomes using a peer review approach. The outcomes are published at https://www.nvao.com/system/files/pdf/Report%20Achieved%20Learning%20Outcomes%202016.pdf

December2015-ongoing

Azerbaijan

World Health Organisation

Galina Perfileiva

PE@euro.who.int

Expert

Recognition and Qualifications

Presented technical information regarding nursing in Europe, professional registration and qualifications directives. I also presented technical information regarding Erasmus + KA2 CBHE and prepared specifications for a bid to this funding stream

August2015-ongoing

ASEAN

EU SHARE

British Council/NUFFIC/DAAD/Campus France

John Law

Senior Project Manager John.Law@britishcouncil.org

ExPert

EU ASEAN Co-operation

SHARE is an EU Grant funded project with an overarching objective to strengthen regional cooperation, enhance the quality, competitiveness and internationalisation of ASEAN higher education institutions and students, contributing to an ASEAN Community beyond 2015. The main aim is to enhance cooperation between the EU and the ASEAN Economic Community and to create lasting benefits from the harmonisation of higher education across ASEAN.

My role is to

·Contribute to policy dialogue through workshops and presentations on;

ECTS and Learning Outcomes

Flexible curriculum models

Internationalisation

Quality Assurance

·Contribute to development of ASEAN Credit Transfer System (ACTS) and ASEAN-EU Credit Transfer System (AECTS). through desk review, mapping, virtual focus groups and preparation of conceptualization documents. The second step will be the self-analysis and needs identification in each ASEAN country, including the organisation of two specialized workshops, one in Asia and one in Europe. This will be followed by preliminary work on the development of the online credit transfer platform

October2015-January2016

France

ENQA (The European Quality Assurance Agency)

Nathalie Lugano

Project Manager European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education – ENQA

costen24@hotmail.com

Team Coordinator

ENQA Secretary Review Panel

I coordinated a review ofCollege of Chiropractors based on compliance with European Standards and Guidelines for Quality. As part of the review team I analysed policy, legislative and procedural documents and met key stakeholder representatives from Ministries, universities, student bodies and employers. As coordinator I will manage the logistical arrangements and write a report and made recommendations based on the team findings regarding admission to European Quality Assurance Register

September 2015-January2016

Lithuania

SKVC (The Lithuanian Quality Assurance Agency)

Gabriele Bajorinaite

Review Manager

gabriele.bajorinaite@skvc.lt

Team Leader

Quality Assurance

I led a team in the review and evaluation of five programmes in nursing and midwifery in two institutions in Lithuania. I will oversee the publication of a report which will be publically available

December 2014-January 2016

China

UKTI (United Kingdom Department of Trade and Industry)

Yang Xiao

Trade and Investment Manager

Yang.Xiao@fco.gov.uk

Secretary

Transnational Education

I coordinate and led the networking activity of CHECK (China UK Health Education Consortium) which is a consortium of nine UK Universities seeking to develop links and support opportunities in China. I led international curriculum development projects in nursing which resulted in development contracts being signed.http://www.noodls.com/view/81BD0EDEE889DF76FCFE6A6754937BC9FA9E3F48?114xxx1445443311

Jan 2015 to January 2016

Various

Glasgow Caledonian University

Helen Brown

Helen.Brown@GCU.ac.uk

Internationalisation expert

Internationalisation

I led a project to internationalise activity within the School of Health and Life Sciences. This involved

·Increasing inward and outward staff and student mobility

·Developing transnational programmes and continuing professional development

·Increasing numbers of on campus non UK students

·Internationalising the curriculum

Aug 2012 to Dec 2014

China, South East Asia

Edinburgh Napier University

Lynn Kilbride

Professor

l.kilbride@napier.ac.uk

Subject Group Leader

Transnational education

In this role I was responsible for scoping educational systems and identifying opportunities to link national systems with UK Higher education systems via qualification frameworks. This involves analysing and understanding the country HE system. Specifically, the tasks are;

·Undertaking stakeholder analysis

·Designing curricula based on identified need and national policy in the target country

·Securing approval from national accreditation bodies such as the Ministry of Education

·Briefing staff at home and partner institution

·Delivering the programme ensuring that all aspects of quality are addressed

·Evaluating the programme and making improvements

·Using NQFs to articulate trans national education

This has resulted in the development of tneprogrammes in China and Singapore which are delivered by a UK University and recognised by national governments. Similar activity is currently in progress in Malaysia and Myanmar.

Through this work I published a comparative analysis of the ASEAN and Bologna regions Zheng, E, Adams J, Gibbs, A (2012) Is ASEAN and China ready for the Bologna Process? Education Review, 12, 2, 406-456

I was also invited by the Thai Government to make two presentations in 2013 one entitled “Education and industry – inspiring connection”, the other on “The key factors for Human Resource Development for ASEAN”

Invited by SEMEO as keynote speaker to their conference 2014 “Lessons learned from the Bologna Process”

Aug 2009 to date

Various Locations

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Kazakhstan

Montenegro

Portugal

Romania

Slovakia

Slovenia

Turkey

AlicjaBochajczuk

European University Assoc. Institutional Evaluation Programme Project Manager

alicja.bochajczuk@eua.be ESF

European University Association Institutional Evaluation Programme

EUA IEP conducts institutional evaluations at the request of individual institutions as well as coordinated evaluations at country or region level, usually at the requests of rectors’ conferences or governmental authorities. Institutions that have undergone an evaluation can participate in a follow-up evaluation one to three years after the original evaluation has taken place.

As team co-ordinator I was responsible for logistical input and liaison with the University as well as preparing an oral and written report. As a team member, I analysed, evaluated and made recommendations to improve the University’s performance and capacity for change across six key themes:

·Governance and leadership

·Teaching and learning

·Research

·Service to Society

·Internationalisation

·Quality Culture

Reports from 2009 onwards available at:http://www.eua.be/iep/who-has-participated/iep-evaluation-reports.aspx

Bosnia and HerzegovinaUniversity of Zenica (2009)

KazakhstanKazakh National Technical University after K.I. Satpaev (follow-up report 2014)

MontenegroFaculty for Traffic, Communication and Logistics (2014)

Montenegro Faculty of Administrative and European Studies (2014)

Portugal University of Evora (follow-up report 2010)

RomaniaGrigoreT.Popa” Medicine and Pharmacy University Iasi (2012 and 2016)

RomaniaUniversity of Ia?i “Apollonia” (2014)

Romania University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Craiova (2013)

RomaniaVictor Babes” University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Timisoara (2013)

Slovakia University of Veterinary Medicine, Kosi?e (2007)

Slovenia Faculty of Media (2015)

Turkey Ankara University (follow-up report 2011)

TurkeyAtilim University (2012)

Turkey Karadeniz Technical University (2010)

Kazakhstan Kazakh National Technical University (2015)

The aim of the evaluation is to provide advice and support together with an evaluation of the institutions capacity to change and involves institutional analysis and capacity assessment institutional framework, capacity institutional constraints, stakeholder's analysis

March-August2014

Lithuania

Barbora Dr?sutyt?

Evaluation Coordinator

Study Programme Evaluation Division

Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education

Tel.: (+370 5) 205 3324

barbora.drasutyte@skvc.lt

Team Leader

Quality Assurance

As Team Leader I led the quality review and evaluation of eight bachelors and masters Public Health programmes in Lithuania. I coordinated the team, chaired meetings with academic and other staff as well as students and oversaw the preparation of reports submitted to the Accreditation Committee

January-March2015

Estonia

Tiia Bach

Estonian Higher Education Quality Agency, Evaluation Coordinator

+372 640 0455

Tiia.Bach@archimedes.ee

Team Leader

Quality Assurance

As Team Leader I led a group of nine experts to undertake a review and evaluation of the Social Work and Social Services subject group of programmes which consisted of nine programmes in three institutions in Estonia. I coordinated the team, chaired meetings with academic and other staff as well as students and oversaw the preparation of reports submitted to the Accreditation Committee

January till July 2009

United Kingdom

ENQA

Nathalie Lugano

Project Manager European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education – ENQA

costen24@hotmail.com

Team Coordinator/Evaluator

ENQA Panel Member Evaluative Review

of The European Council on Chiropractic Education (ECCE) Co-ordinated review based on compliance with European Standards and Guidelines for Quality, wrote a report and made recommendations regarding admission to European Quality Assurance Register.

March-May2012

Lithuania

ENQA

Nathalie Lugano

Project Manager European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education – ENQA

costen24@hotmail.com

Team Co-ordinator

ENQA Secretary Review Panel SKVC

Co-ordinated review of Lithuanian National Quality Assurance Agency based on compliance with European Standards and Guidelines for Quality. As part of the review team I analysed policy, legislative and procedural documents and met key stakeholder representatives from Ministries, universities, student bodies and employers. As co-ordinator I managed the logistical arrangements wrote a report and made recommendations based on the team findings regarding admission of SKVC to European Quality Assurance Register

http://www.enqa.eu/files/Report%20of%20the%20ENQA%20panel%20of%20the%20external%20review%20of%20The%20Centre%20for%20Quality%20Assessment%20in%20Higher%20Education%20(SKVC).pdf

October2013-October2017

Finland Portugal Czech Republic

Erasmus LLL

Johanna Tarvainen

Lahti University

Project Coordinator

J.taivenen@Lamk.fi

Curriculum Development Expert

Transnational Education/Joint Programmes

In this role I contribute as a curriculum development and quality assurance expert in scoping and developing a joint programme targeted towards leaders and HR professionals in Health and Social Care Management

October2011-October2013

France

Poland

Croatia

Leonardo

Jamie Brogan

Manager, Centre for Credit rating, Edinburgh Napier University

j.brogan@napier.ac.uk

Expert

Recognition of prior learning

University Recognition of Prior Learning Centres – Bridging Higher Education with Vocational Education and Training

Expert advising on transfer of knowledge from partners coming from higher education systems with an established process of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) –Scotland and France – to countries currently developing or at an early stage of implementing their NQFs – Croatia and Poland.

To transfer knowledge and experience in implementation and exploitation of EQF/equivalent NQFs from countries with established frameworks to those initiating this process

To contribute to the development of procedural, formal, legal, cultural foundations for implementation of RPL process

To elaborate guidelines and recommendations for policy makers and other stakeholders regarding implementation of RPL

The project achieved two main outputs: (1) establishment of formal, procedural and cultural foundations for an RPL process in Poland; (2) creation of guidelines for implementation of RPL process in countries introducing qualification frameworks, Poland and Croatia.

October2011

Kyrgyzstan

Svetlana Simbard

National Tempus Office in Kyrgyzstan Business Centre sirmbard@yandex.com

Higher Education Reform Expert

Qualification Frameworks

I was requested by the Kyrgyzstan National Agency to provide support and advice regarding National Qualifications Frameworks. Through interviews with key stakeholders I analysed the current situation. I designed and delivered a workshop outlining steps in development and certification and facilitated identification of an action plan. I prepared a report indicating the activity undertaken and proposed an action plan.

January2010-October2013

Czech Republic

Ministry of Education, Czech Republic

Dagmar Mastilikova

Principal Lecturer University of Silesia

dagmar.mastiliakova@fvp.slu.cz

HE Curriculum Development Expert

Implementation of ECTS into Nursing study Programmes in the Czech Republic.

This project focussed on developing a curriculum based on European Higher Education Reforms, including NQFs and compatible with European Sectoral Directives for regulated professions. I was responsible for training staff in new ways of working that enabled the attribution of ECTS, development of learning outcomes constructively aligned with assessment and teaching methods and the production of a modularised curriculum for nurse education that met the requirements of accreditation agencies.

·Analysed the preparedness of the Czech system for European Higher education reforms

·Assessed training needs of staff involved and readiness of existing HE system including teaching methods

·Designed two methodology handbooks to support project participants and series of training workshop.

·Prepared a nursing programme which incorporated key European HE reforms

·Evaluated work completed and introduced peer review systems…

·Formulated proposals for further project activity

·Disseminated project outcomes

January2010-December2013

Lebanon

Tempus

Chafic Mobel

Professor University of Balmand Lebanon

chafic.mokbel@balamand.edu.lb

Quality Assurance and HE Expert

Towards a Lebanese Quality Assurance Agency

The aim of this project was to implement a Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education in Lebanon. The purpose is for the improvement of the quality assurance, monitoring

and evaluation framework and institutional set-up in line with best European practice as well as to enhance capacity of the quality assurance units of the universities.

To achieve this I participated, with others, in activity which

·Assessed and scoped current situation and readiness to change including a review of policy documents and legislation

·Prepared and delivered training programme for Lebanese academics to engage in quality processes

·Designed quality standards agreed across the sector

·Undertook quality evaluations in Higher Education Institutions

·Evaluated the above activities

·Analysed outcomes which have led to Lebanese Government implementation of Quality Agency

·Prepared bid for continuation project focussed on QF

October2009-March2013

Brussels/Europe

Joint Service Contract with European Commission and UNICA/Brussels Education Foundation Lene Oftedal

Policy Adviser

European Commission, DG EAC

lene.oftedal@ufd.dep.no

Bologna/Tempus Expert

Information Project on Higher Education Reform II and III

I was invited to join the planning group of the for five training events following feedback I gave to the organising committee.

I was specifically tasked with

·reinforcing networking facilities between all experts.

·maintaining mechanisms of information, communication and coordination ensuring a smooth functioning of the National Teams of Bologna Experts and of the Higher Education Reform Experts (Tempus partner countries).

I assessed the opportunities to develop networking opportunities and designed and delivered a programme which introduced a “buddy” system whereby more experienced experts would mentor newer experts and created a series of networking events to improve cohesion and co-operation amongst the group. Additionally I introduced an “Open Space” approach to ensure that all experts could raise issues of concern and good practice. These were linked to an online support and communication network. The actions were supported by reviews, reports and briefing papers. This approach was externally evaluated and identified as a key factor in improving networking.

The evaluation found general, perceptible awareness-raising about higher education reform and in particular the Bologna Process amongst stakeholders in the EU Member States, the EEA countries and Tempus partner countries. Additionally I planned, organised and led seminars and other activities related to implementation of European Higher Education Reforms to representatives of all Bologna/Tempus countries

Mobility

Quality Assurance

Joint and Double Degrees

Recognition

Employability

Internationalisation

March2011-January2013

Belgium/Europe

Grundtvig

John Fitzgibbon

Head of Southern England Local PartnersBrussels Office

john.fitzgibbon@selp.org.uk

Facilitator, Networking and HE Exper

Lifelong Learning

Regional Adult Learning Multipliers and the European Flagship Initiatives (REALM)

This project examined multipliers that could be applied in European Regions linking Adult and Higher Education and involved an analysis of European higher education reforms and identification of links with the EU 2020 strategy. Specifically I;

·Prepared handbook on networks and effective networking

·Designed and delivered a series of workshops which brought together policy makers and European regions to make recommendations in each of the EU2020 key themes

·Analysed barriers and blockages to effective implementation

·Prepared continuation bid

·Formulated and action plan

·Contributed to the project report which can be found at http://www.tlqaa.org

November2012-October2014

Russia

EU/EDF

Sonia Essaddam

Eurotrends Project manager

sonia@euro-trends.net

Quality Control Expert

Lifelong Learning

Completing the analysis and developing a catalogue of joint education programmes between Higher Education Institutions of the European Union and Russia Project

I am responsible for quality control of the work of experts in their production of

·Developing a catalogue of joint education programmes (by two or more partner universities)

·Examining Quality Assurance related to this

·Recognition aspects of joint programmes and awarding procedures (joint procedure, separate procedure)

·Procedures for exchange of students and academic staff

·Assessing Bologna Process state of play in EU MS and in Russia (minimum 5 years)

·Assessing development of higher education reform in EU MS and in Russia

·Examining arrangements for curricula development (minimum 5 years)

March2010-March2013

UK

Scottish Government

Helen O'Shea

Project manager

Helen.O'Shea@nus-scotland.org.uk

Steering Group Member

Internationalisation/Mobility

Scotland’s Global Citizens http://www.scotlandgoesglobal.co.uk/about-us

This project aims to increase mobility of Scottish students to enable them to compete more effectively in the global jobs market.

I provide advice to the project based on my experience of Higher education reforms and mobility funding opportunities. Additionally the project has scoped employer requirements and I contributed towards a strategy focussed on building University/Employer links

March2010-March2012

Brussels/Europe

European Commission

AndrejsRauhvargers

Chair of BFUG working group on Recognition

andrejs.rauhvargers@lu.lv

Expert

Bologna Follow Up Group (BFUG) Working Group on Recognition

I was invited as an academic to become a member of this working group on recognition which used desk based research and stakeholder workshops to analyse the situation regarding recognition across Bologna Signatory Countries. I contributed to planning workshops and contributed to preparing recommendations to BFUG in the form of a European Recognition Manual which gave practical recommendations for developing NQFs. This group reported to European HE ministers and became policy.

January-May2012

Brussels/Europe (Tempus regions)

Tempus

DorinaANGELESCU

Programme Manager- Selection coordinator European Commission EACEA

EACEA-Tempus-Experts@ec.europa.eu

TEMPUS Expert Tempus Programme Assessor

Expert Assessor

This role required the evaluation of Tempus project applications submitted to the EC. The proposals were evaluated against a set of predetermined criteria which indicated both regional and nation state priorities for Higher Education development.

January-May2012

Malta

ESF

Richard Curmi

Senior Manager Malta Qualifications Council / National Commission for Higher Education

richard.curmi@gov.mt

VET Qualification Expert

ESF Intensive course on Learning Outcomes – Maltese Qualifications Agency Developing Home Grown VET Qualifications

This project trained VET teachers and trainers to design home-grown qualifications with the aim of having courses accredited by the Malta Qualifications Council. To achieve this I;

·Analysed Training needs

·Designed and delivered a 5 ECTS training course on writing VET programmes

·Introduced methods of curriculum development – leading to a more balanced and well-sequenced curriculum

·Highlighted links with Quality Assurance so that trainers were able to evaluate the effectiveness of their teaching.

·Demonstrated constructive alignment to design appropriate assessment and evaluation tools that accurately reflect the curriculum.

·Assessed participants knowledge

April2011

Israel

Tempus

Giorgio Marinoni

Project Manager UNICA Secretariat c/o University

giorgio.marinoni@gmail.com

Higher Education Reform Expert

TEMPUS mission on Curriculum Modernisation

I was invited by Shamoon University Beersheba to design and deliver a workshop focussed on European Reforms including Curriculum Development, Mobility and Quality Assurance. I delivered a three day workshop, gave advice to senior academics and provided a report for the EC and National Agency

March2009

Armenia

Armenia Scientific Educational Center for National Development

GayaneGhukasyan

President

azgk@web.am

Expert

Winter School on European HE Reforms including Curriculum Development, Mobility and Quality Assurance providing training in the following areas in preparation for the development of an Armenian NQF;

Promotion of European Dimension as a part of Bologna Process;

Learning outcomes;

European “tuning” project;

Methodology of comparative programmes? creation;

Elaboration of methodology of multilevel Higher Education curricula

April2009

Germany

DAAD,

Marina Steinmann

Managing Director

steinmann@daad.de

Expert

Internationalisation and mobility,

This project aimed to facilitate a focus on internationalisation in the curriculum. I Wrote chapter on internationalisation and internationalising the curriculum and led round table discussion at an event for senior academics and made recommendations for internationalising curricula

March-May2010

Lithuania

Vilnius College

MikasBalkevicius

Project Manager

balkevicius@gmail.com

Curriculum Development Expert

Curriculum Development Project Vilnius College, Lithuania

This project focussed on supporting the development of a VET curriculum based on European Higher Education Reforms..I was responsible for training staff in new ways of working that enabled the attribution of ECTS, development of learning outcomes constructively aligned with assessment and teaching methods and the production of a modularised curriculum

Analysed the preparedness of the Lithuanian system for European Higher education reforms

Assessed training needs of staff involved and readiness of existing HE system

Prepared a programme which incorporated key European HE reforms

Formulated proposals for further project activity

October 2006-October 2008

Poland

Leonardo

Anna Szylhabel-Godala

Director of Administrative Centre

anna.szylhabel-godala@umed.lodz.pl

Nurse Education Expert

Pronurse – “Developing an English, German, Italian and Spanish Language Course for Nurses.

This project aimed to facilitate the trans national mobility of nurses for work and study, improving their employability internationallythrough enhanced language skills. In this project I;

·Scoped the language learning needs of nurses in five countries

·Introduced new methods of learning including self-study and eLearning for nurses

·Identified programme design methods to embed the online learning courses

The project was awarded a Leonardo Prize for best project

October 2007-March 2008

Lithuania

Lithuanian Rectors Conference

AurelijaCepiene

Chief Project Manager

Aurelija.Cepiene@cr.vu.lt

Staff Development for Lithuanian University Staff

The aim of the project was to create a staff development system in Lithuania.

The participants in the project were administration

·analysed internal policy documents concerning staff development

·reviewed organizational structures and responsibilities

·discussed financial resources and allocation of these

·Identified methods to motivate staff members to participate

·considered what are the target groups for staff development

·made recommendations to implement a staff development scheme

2006/8

2006/8

Brussels/Europe

European Commission

Gilles Dussault

Project Leader

gillesdussault@ihmt.unl.pt

Nurse/European Higher Education Reform Expert

Recognition/Mobility/Employability

In my role as President of the Florence Nursing and Midwifery Network I took a role in sharing curricula content across the 25-member state countries with a particular focus on the impact of European policies such as Bologna, Sectoral and Working Time Directives. This in turn led to consideration of mobility, migration and workforce planning for European Health Care Workers.

I was invited to join the European dialogue on Human Health resource and contributed presentations and a report which analysed the impact of the European higher education reforms on nurses and midwives which involved comparison of policy documents and methods of preparing the European Nursing and Midwifery workforce and the identification of ways to improve links between higher education and employment

2006/8

Germany/Europe

Erasmus

Marina Steinmann

Managing Director

steinmann@daad.de

Curriculum Development Expert

Joint Curriculum Development

The MOCCA Project (Model for Core Curricula with Integrated Mobility Abroad) developed a methodology for programme and curriculum development which incorporated key European higher education reforms applicable in different nation states. Using Public Health as a worked example the project analysed key activities essential for core curricula that supported transparency and mobility. Generic guidelines were published in German and English and later translated into Polish. The report of the project became a key text cited in the ECTS Users Guide.

I contributed to all aspects of the project and wrote chapters in the report on

·Quality and quality processes

·Using learning outcomes

And contributed to chapters on

·Planning a study programme with integrated mobility

·Defining modules

·Implementation issues Designing Degree programmes – identifying needs and priorities

The chapter on using learning outcomes was later developed into an article Gibbs A, Vickers, A and Kennedy, D (2012) Learning Outcomes, Degree Profiles, Tuning Project and Competences, Journal of the European Higher Education Area, 2012,1

2005-2006

Brussels/Europe

Socrates

AndréeSursock

Senior Adviser EUA.

andree.sursock@eua.be

Steering Group Member

Creativity in Higher Education

This project analysed components of creativity to identify good practices and provide recommendations on how to foster creativity.

As a steering group member I

·Provided advice on the good conduct of the project

·Selected good practice case studies

·Supported the participants in the conduct of their work and report writing

·Contributed to the final report

2003-2005

Brussels/Europe

Socrates

AndréeSursock

Senior Adviser EUA.

andree.sursock@eua.be

Network Coordinator

Quality Culture

The Quality Culture project Round 2 analysed approaches to quality in diverse settings and distinguished between quality control, quality assurance, and quality management and identified components of a quality culture.

·I led a network of five Universities (from Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, and Turkey) on the theme of Student Services and contributed to the final report. The report analysed the diverse approaches and understandings of quality and highlighted good practices that were common to all.

The report made Recommendations for enhancing the capacity of the quality assurance units within universities and for designing specific monitoring and evaluation mechanisms

Arising from the project I presented and published the following articles:

Student involvement in university life and quality processes – Results of thematic audit on student involvement in university governance and decision making”(2006) published in Embedding Quality Culture in Higher Education http://www.eua.be/fileadmin/user_upload/files/Publications/EUA_QA_Forum_publication.pdf

Engaging students in the assurance and enhancement of the quality of teaching and learning (2006) European Quality Forum, Munich. Organised by EC/EUA/ENQA/ESIB/EURASHE http://www.eua.be/index.php?id=108

2002

UK

ESF

Morag Gray

Professor

m.gray@napier.ac.uk

Steering Group Member

Curriculum Development

The Health Online project produced a suite of online Masters modules in nursing suitable for delivery worldwide. I was a steering group member

1995-2007

UK

Lothian College of Health Studies/Edinburgh Napier University

Head of School

Leading a group of 100 staff in the transition from a Nursing and Midwifery School into a school within a University ensuring uninterrupted delivery of programmes and adaptation of new policies, procedures and protocols. Managing all aspects of the school activity including strategy, budgets, human resource, quality, links with industry and business development

1993-1995

UK

Hereford and Worcester College of Nursing and Midwifery

Change Agent

Preparing staff in a Nurse and Midwifery Training School to transfer to a University setting ensuring that they were aware of Higher Education policies, protocols and procedures

13. Professional Experience

14. Other relevant information (e.g., Publications)

International Conference Presentations

§ 2016 SHARE 3rd Policy Dialogue, Internationalisation workshop, Hanoi, Vietnam

§ 2016SHARE 2nd Policy Dialogue, Flexible Curricula, Bangkok, Thailand

§ 2015SHARE Inaugural Policy Dialogue, Learning Outcomes, Jakarta, Indonesia

§ 2015Assessment and Demonstration of Achieved Learning Outcomes

§ 2014 Thailand SEMEO conference “Lessons learned from the Bologna Process

§ 2013 FranceRecognition of formal and informal learning

§ 2013 Turkey Recognition of formal and informal learning

§ 2013 Thailand Human Resource Requirements in VET in the ASEAN area, British Council

§ 2012 Indonesia, China, ASEAN and Bologna, QS Apple, Bali Indonesia

§ 2012Erasmus and Health Care EAIE Dublin

§ 2011 Recognition Issues in the EHEA – UK NARIC Annual conference

§ 2010 Bologna Process Challenges for Nursing. European Federation of NurseEducators, Lisbon, Portugal

§ 2009 Is nursing education really internationalising? 3rdInternational Nursing Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia, Universitas Asia

§ 2009 Using Bologna tools to meet stakeholder needs, Bologna 10 years on, Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal

§ 2009 QAA Enhancement Themes Conference Edinburgh,. Presentedworkshop “Involving students in internationalisation”

§ 2009 UK HEA poster presentation”linking Bologna goals to school strategies

§ 2008 The impact on Quality of EU Sectoral Directives and the Bologna Process3rdEU Quality Forum, Budapest, Hungary

§ 2008 Keynote presentation “Using learning outcomes to articulate vocational and academic programmes” Flemish Ministry ofEducation, Belgium www.epos-vlaanderen.be

§ 2008 Presented workshop “ Learning outcomes: a case study on comparing European nursing programmes “ atScotland Bologna Seminar: Learning outcomes based higher education: TheScottish experience, Edinburgh, Scotlandhttp://www.europa-nu.nl/9353000/1/j9vvh6nf08temv0/vhrnk09tqgxy

§ 2007 Presented Workshop on “Promoting Student Mobility” at Scotland in Europe organised by QAA Scotland http://www.qaa.ac.uk/events/ScotlandinEurope/ScotlandinEurope.asp

§ 2007 Participant in exploratory meeting on Sectoral professions and the Recognition of Qualifications EUA Brussels

§ 2007 Recognition of Napier University’s European Programme Reception at Edinburgh Castle hosted by Cabinet Secretary for Lifelong Learning

§ 2006 Invited to become a member European University Association Institutional Evaluation Programme Team http://www.eua.be/index.php?id=58

§ 2006 Keynote speaker “ The European University - Enhancing student learningopportunities” invited by FEDORA at their annual conferenceGuidance and Counselling within the European Higher Education Area, Vilnius Lithuaniahttp://www.event-management.lt/fedora2006

Recent Publications:

§ Is ASEAN and China ready for the Bologna Process? Education Review, 12, 2, 406-456

§ Learning Outcomes, Degree Profiles, Tuning Project and Competences, Journal of the European Higher Education Area, 2012,1

§ Using Bologna Tools to meet Stakeholder Needs, Case Study QAA Scotland website European RPL Network

§ Meeting Learner Needs in QAA Scotland Enhancement Themes Newsletter http://www.enhancementthemes.ac.uk/news/detail.asp?ctrID=109

§ Internationalisation as a Concept for Higher Education Institutions in Destination Mobility: Internationalisation of Bachelors and Masters Programmes DAAD Berlin http://eu.daad.de/imperia/md/content/eu/bologna/2010/destination_mobility_28_04_10.pdf

§ 2008 “Quality and mobility” and “Definition of Modules” chapters in Yes! Go! – APractical Guide to designing degree programmes with embedded mobility DAAD, Berlin

§ Case study published in Excellence through Engagement http://www.dfes.gov.uk/londonbologna/uploads/documents/070516FINALv2.pdf

§ Reflections on an Open Space Approach UKHEA Journal June返回搜狐,查看更多

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