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ASEAN-QA TRAINING on iqa and eqa in Potsdam

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  •   ASEAN-QA Training
  •   Workshop on IQA and EQA
  •   19th - 23rd March 2012
  •   Potsdam   


   Workshop Programme




First Conference Day -  19th March 2012

    • Introduction of the Programme
    • Content and Organisation of the Workshop by Dr. Philipp Pohlenz


  • Common Plenary: ASEAN-QA – State of Affairs
  • Progress in the IQA Track
  • Feedback of IQA Participants‘ Questionnaire by Ina Grieb
    • Self-Assessment Status Report by Johnson Ong 


  • Progress in the EQA Track
  • What have we done up to now? Answers from EQA by Dr. Iring Wasser


  • Application of the AUN Assessment Scheme Under the ASEAN-QA Project - Comment
  • Basic Principles in Quality Assurance of Programmes by Dr. Heinz-Ulrich Schmidt


  • EQA Plenary
  • Introduction to the Structure of the EQA Programme
  • Introduction and Best Practice Examples From Germany by Dr. Heinz-Ulrich Schmidt
    • Project Managers in EQA: The Case of Catalonia (Spain) by Josep Grifoll


  • Cultural Aspects of Interregional Evaluation Processes
  • Cultural Aspects of Interregional Evaluation Processes by Marc Wilde


  • Third Conference Day - 21th March 2012    
      • Overall Feedback to the Submitted SAR’s
      First Impression of the SAR´s and Recommendations for Improvement – Reflections on the Part of the EQA Officers
    • by Dr. Iring Wasser


    • Plenary Discussion: Role of Stakeholders 


Fourth Conference Day -  22th March 2012

  • Approaches to Reference Points for Learning Outcomes in Economics and Engineering
  • Economics: Experiences from the Tuning Project by Margret Schermutzki
  • Engineering: Experiences from the ASEAN Region by Prof. Dr. Tan Kay Chuan


  • Visit of Technische Universität Berlin
  • Production Technology Centre Berlin MSc in Global Production Engineering by M.Sc. B.Eng. Azrul Azwan Abdul Rahman
  • Engineering Education and Accreditation in Germany by Patrick Thurian, Cornelia Raue, Andre Schelewsky


  • Fifth Conference Day - 23rd March 2012 
  • EQA Plenary
  • What are the biggest training needs for EQA Officers? by Prof. Zita Mohd Fahmi


  • Plenary Session: The Way Forward
  • Next Steps by Ina Grieb



Photo Impressions of the ASEAN-QA Training Workshop on EQA in Kuala Lumpur




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