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According to the 28.10.2021 European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) email, the Project proposal, submitted by the National Quality System dpt, of Communication and Development Agency of EOPPEP, being the National Reference Point of the European Network for Quality Assurance in VET (EQAVET), in terms of ERASMUS+ (ERASMUS IBAs Budget-based + LS Type I and II) , under the name:

«Towards an Enhanced Post - coved VET (EPOS - VET[1]

has been approved, attaining a high evaluation score. The main goal of the Project is the development of an integrated Quality Assurance Methodology for IVET Curricula and piloting in selected new- innovative specialties.

The proposed actions will deploy in a time scale from 01/04/2021 to 31/08/2023.


EOPPEP organised and implemented successfully in March 30 2021, the International Web Conference «VET Graduates Tracking System in the labor market – the case of IVET graduates – key findings and conclusions», in terms of «ΕQAVET NRPs 2019-2021», of the ΕRASMUS+, and as an appointed NRP  (law 4115/2013) of the EQAVET Network.

The National Organisation for the Certification of Qualifications and Vocational Guidance (EOPPEP), in terms of the ΕRASMUS+ «ΕQAVET NRPs 2019-2021» activities, as the appointed National Reference Point  (law 4115/2013) of EQAVET in Greece, organised and implemented an on line Web Study Visit in Athens, in March 29 2021.

This study visit report was prepared by Mrs Concetta Fonzo as the result of the study visit on “Peer Review as a tool for quality assurance”, organized 10-11 May 2018, which focused on the peer review methodology adopted by the NRP for Eqavet in Italy. All the participants expressed their gratitude to the representatives of the Italian Eqavet NRP for providing valuable methodological information and for their kind support during the whole study visit. The main purpose of the study visit was to provide an overview of the way peer review methodology, practices and tools are organized in Italy. It is expected that peer review methodology will play an increasingly important role in the Italian VET system as well as in other educational and training sectors.