Toolkit for the Delivery of Regional Qualifications
This resource contains guidelines on applying for approval to deliver regional qualifications, and on the delivering of regional qualifications. It also provides information on the evaluation of delivery and validation of assessment of a regional qualification.The publication also contains samples of documents/policies that an applicant is required to provide for its application to get approval to deliver a regional qualification.
Pacific Quality Assurance Framework - Standards, Criteria, Guidelines and Requirements of QA Processes
The Pacific Quality Assurance Framework (PQAF) is the response to the Pacific region's need for a ‘quality assurance framework'. The PQAF addresses quality standards for accrediting agencies, all forms of education and training institutions (such as technical and vocational, tertiary and non-tertiary, and field-specific forms, such as theological education and maritime training), programmes, and units of learning or programme components.
Guidelines for the Development and Accreditation of Regional Qualifications
This booklet describes the levels, credits and types of qualification attributes of a regional qualification, the process to be followed in the development and packaging of qualifications, and the criteria and outcomes that a qualification would be subjected to during its accreditation. Examples of how certain questions in the application form could be answered are also contained within this booklet. Upon accreditation, a regional qualification would be available for delivery by providers in the region.
Guidelines for the Development and Accreditation of Units of Learning or Micro-Qualifications
This booklet of guidelines is to help organisations that are intending to develop units of learning or short courses and seek their accreditation as micro-qualifications on the Pacific Qualifications Framework by the Educational Quality and Assessment Programme (EQAP). It provides information on the key features of a micro-qualification, what they mean and how they could be formulated for a particular micro-qualification. The publication also contains information on the criteria for its accreditation.
Guidelines for the Development and Accreditation of Provider Qualifications
This resource contains information on the features of provider qualifications; the process that could be followed in the development and packaging of qualifications; and the criteria and outcomes that a provider qualification would be subjected to during its accreditation. Examples of how certain questions in the application form could be answered are also contained within the document.
PILNA 2018 Regional Report
The Pacific Islands Numeracy and Literacy Assessment 2018 regional report is a snapshot of Pacific students' learning after four and six years of formal education. It reports on the third cycle of the large scale assessment. PILNA is the only regional mechanism to assess the basic numeracy and literacy skills of Pacific Island children.