ACQF Guidelines

10 Guidelines and Training Modules to support countries, regions and AUC implementing the ACQF. Themes of the 10 ACQF Guidelines: learning outcomes approaches, defining NQF levels, referencing between NQFs and ACQF, validation of learning (RPL, credit systems, recognition of qualifications), quality assurance of qualifications, registration and registers of qualifications, monitoring and evaluation of NQFs, communication, innovation and technology in qualifications frameworks. The 10th Guideline will be a companion for all countries in Africa starting their national reflection and roadmaps towards NQFs with a systemic vision.
ACQF Guidelines - concept ACQF Guidelines - concept

The concept introduces the objectives, themes and main orientations of the 10 ACQF Guidelines, which will support the ACQF Policy and Technical document.

ACQF Guideline 7: Monitoring and evaluation in the context of national qualifications frameworks and ACQF

This M&E Guideline is fundamental for development, implementation and review of NQFs and RQFs including the ACQF. The M&E Guideline is intended as a pragmatic conceptual reference and methodological guidance for NQF and Regional Qualifications Frameworks (RQF) implementers helping them develop and establish functional M&E systems. The Guideline is accessible in English, French and Portuguese.

ACQF Guideline 9: Innovation and technology in the context of national qualifications frameworks and ACQF

The key message of this document is that innovations and technology have a range of applications related to national and regional qualifications frameworks, credentials, and the recognition of learning, which can be leveraged to enhance government service delivery to constituents. Key principles of ethical collection, processing, use and sharing of data and information must be considered at all stages of innovation. This Guideline is available in English, French and Portuguese.