European Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Franchise 

The "European Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Franchise" is an internationally operating non-governmental organisation.
The establishment of an organisation by European business executives, entrepreneurs, professionals and corporations wishing to promote and contribute to the EU harmonisation efforts was long overdue. With this in view, the European Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Franchise was formed in 2006 with the following aims and objectives including the general support of the political, economic, social, scientific, cultural and environmental aims and objectives of the EU governments through the private sector.
 

 

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European Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Franchise 

Franchising Courses - Program VET
 
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    Vocational Education and Training Program

Qualification Description
This qualification is suitable for franchisees operating one or more sites of a franchise operation within any industry sector. In this role, individuals apply well-developed skills and have managerial responsibilities for the franchise and the relationship with a franchisor.
 
 
 
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Consolidated version of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union - PART THREE: UNION POLICIES AND INTERNAL ACTIONS - TITLE XII: EDUCATION, VOCATIONAL TRAINING, YOUTH AND SPORT - Article 166 (ex Article 150 TEC). Vocational Education and Training is a broad concept, usually defined at European level as preparing learners for jobs with a basis in manual or practical activities, traditionally non-academic and entirely related to a specific trade, occupation or vocation.
The European Quality Assurance Reference Framework (EQAVET) is a reference instrument designed to help EU countries promote and monitor the continuous improvement of their vocational education and training systems on the basis of commonly agreed references. The framework should not only contribute to quality improvement in VET but also, by building mutual trust between the VET systems, make it easier for a country to accept and recognise the skills and competencies acquired by learners in different countries and learning environments.
The aim of the European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) is to:
  • make it easier for people to get validation and recognition of work-related skills and knowledge acquired in different systems and countries – so that they can count towards vocational qualifications
  • make it more attractive to move between different countries and learning environments
  • increase the compatibility between the different vocational education and training (VET) systems in place across Europe, and the qualifications they offer
  • increase the employability of VET graduates and the confidence of employers that each VET qualification requires specific skills and knowledge.
 

 
 

 
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