Council focuses on growth and quality of education

Council focuses on growth and quality of education

AP and professions undergraduate programs must contribute to increased growth and quality in education. Council for the School of Education and Professionsbachelor¬uddannelser has submitted its annual report.
And for professional education to be even more contribute to increased growth. It is one of the focal points of the Council for the School of Education and Professionsbacheloruddannelsers report for 2010. The report contains a status of education and a statement of the Council's work in 2010. The Council alone has resulted in recommendations on consistency in higher education and the education development concept.

The education system should be future-proofed

The report also defines two key strategic areas that will guide the work of the council in 2011, and the council will provide specific recommendations within: growth perspective - education's contribution to growth and the relationship between education and practice and quality in education. "Education and knowledge is increasingly becoming a global competitive factor. We must secure the future of the Danish education system, so it helps to promote the growth of society. The objective is an essential part of the Government's growth strategy and the Agreement on Denmark as a growth nation. I am therefore very pleased that the Council has chosen to put growth and quality top of the agenda for the Council's work this year and I look forward to receiving the Council's recommendations, "says Troels Lund Poulsen.

growth perspective

And for professional education is characterized by a strong practice proximity. These courses have a key to quality and efficiency in the solution of the major welfare tasks. In future, the programs even more contribute to increased growth in Denmark. The Council will focus on how the profession and professional education growth potential can be exploited through greater volume of learning, for example by strengthening awareness about the academic life and good employment opportunities and by recruiting more students from vocational education.

Quality in education

To ensure a high quality of education is crucial that educational institutions develop programs cater for the demand in priority areas of employment in a regional, national and international perspective. The Council will therefore study the results and experience when it comes to the development of the programs and their quality assurance. The Council will also discuss a future accreditation of education programs where, among other considerations of regional educational coverage and the close involvement of stakeholders and customers will be involved. In addition to the two strategic areas, the Council will in 2011 continue its discussion of the future of education coverage and the development function of the business academies and university colleges.

Facts about the Council of School of Education and Bachelor Studies

Council for the School of Education and Professional bachelor programs set up by the Minister of Education in 2008. Its mission is to advise the Minister of Education on vocational education and bachelor programs, including education development, relationship with other education and training areas, continuing training and so on. The Council shall each year before 1 March submit a written report to the Minister of Education on Council activities. The Council consists of a chairman, two personally appointed members, 18 members appointed by the Minister of Education on the recommendation of key stakeholders and organizations in education and four officials as representatives of the advisory bodies and professional gatherings. The council meets six times a year. Read more about the Council's work. Source: