The OSCE Mission in Kosovo (Mission) through its Department for Security and Public Safety (DSPS) continues to support Kosovo Academy for Public Safety Education (KAPS) to enhance its capacities. The overall goal of this activity is to develop and conduct a training programme that will improve the skills of public safety agencies’ trainer’s/curriculum developers and KAPS curriculum section in curriculum design and standardization. This workshop has been requested by KAPS and it is based on identified need for further advancement of trainer’s/curriculum developer’s skills that will enable them to develop and standardise curricula in accordance with the Kosovo Qualification Authority and European Qualification Framework standards. Since the curricula for basic training and higher education has been reviewed and further developed by the European Union (EU) Office in Kosovo, Special Advisory Unit ( SAU) has supported KAPS in standardizing it based on the Kosovo Qualification Framework and contributed to its accreditation and validation.
Twenty (20) new assigned trainer’s/curriculum developers from public safety agencies, responsible for delivering the accredited programmes to all law enforcement agencies within KAPS in line with the European standards, will be trained to become curriculum developers for three days in November 2020. The local expert will provide the expertise, which will enable KAPS and public safety agencies instructors and curriculum officers to gain knowledge, and skills on competence & learning outcomes based on standards set by Ministry of Education Science and Technology (MEST) and Qualification Authority . (QA) In Kosovo
This course will contain the comprehensive topics with regard to the curriculum standardization process such as; learning outcomes linked to teaching and assessment, advantages of learning outcomes, assessment criteria, general guidelines for writing learning outcomes, difference between aims, objectives and learning outcomes, contribution of learning outcomes to the Bologna action lines.
The local field expert/consultant hired from from the MEST or Qualification Authority he /she will brief the participants about the procedures that should be followed KAPS and curriculum developers as per standards set by European and Qualification Framework in Kosovo .
The main objective of the activity is to enhance capacities of the public safety agencies’ and KAPS curriculum developers in curriculum design and standardization skills.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Special Advisory Unit project manager, the local expert/ mentor shall:
Draft the agenda together with activity manager;
Remuneration will depend on the qualifications and experience of individual experts as well as the detailed work plan to be agreed upon and will be based on the current OSCE consultancy rates.
How To Apply
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