Guidelines for QA in WBL
What is WBL?
The guidelines understand work-based learning as an on-the-job course component that provides a learning experience aimed at helping learners acquire the knowledge, skills and competences with direct relevance to the labour market. Learning occurs mainly through experience, practice, mentoring and demonstration. Learners get the opportunity to apply academic and technical knowledge, skills and competences and develop their employability. Work-based learning can take the form of a work placement, an apprenticeship or an internship.
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The MFHEA, which is EQAVET National Reference Point (NRP), provides support to the implementation of the EQAVET Framework in Malta through the EQAVET project. Read more about EQAVET Project and deliverables here.