Vocational Education and Training



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All services provision must be measured, in order to demonstrate their value. Usually, services are evaluated against the results of their quantifiable results (e.g. the number of clients placed into employment), but they do not reflect all the changes that are occurring in the individuals. There is a need to complement those direct results with an evaluation of the services’ impact in people’s life.

The EPR working group has developed and validated a set of outcome measurement tools and methodologies that apply to vocational rehabilitation and vocational education and training programmes.



  •  EPR Activities


Education and employment as pathways to the inclusion of persons with disabilities in the community

National Awareness-Raising Event - Croatia - 10 November 2015


Benchmarking group on Outcome measurement in VR and VET

meeting 1 April 2009; meeting 2 October 2009; meeting 3 oct. 2010;  June 2011; Nov 2011; webmeeting May 2012; webmeeting Nov 2012; webmeeting February 2013



  •  Members' expertise


Demonstrating the added value of Special Needs VET in Finland - Workshop led by Marjut Huttunen, Quality Manager, Luovi Vocational College, Finland, during the EPR Annual Conference - June 2013



  •  Relevant documents and links


QOLIS Manual for administration: the Quality Of Life Impact of Services (QOLIS) manual is addressed to those who are involved in the design, delivery or evaluation of vocational rehabilitation (VR) and vocational education and training (VET) programmes, and are willing to measure the outcomes and impact of their programmes.





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