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The Qualifications Framework (QF) was officially launched on 5 May 2008. It aims to help Hong Kong people set clear goals and directions for continuous learning to obtain quality-assured qualifications. In the long run, it will help enhance the overall quality and competitiveness of the local workforce. The QF in Hong Kong is a seven-level hierarchy of qualifications covering the academic, vocational and continuing education sectors.
Date News
1.4.2014
Industry Consultation on the Draft Specification of Competency Standards (Specific Product Knowledge) of the Retail Industry

The draft SCS (Specific Product Knowledge) prepared by the Retail Industry Training Advisory Committee (ITAC), including 4 areas, foodstuffs, alcoholic drinks and tobacco, consumer goods (telecommunications, equipment and electrical products), durable goods (furniture) and clothing, footwear and allied products, is now ready for industry consultation. The consultation will last 2 months from 1 April to 31 May 2014.

28.3.2014
26.3.2014
26.3.2014
Qualifications Framework Sharing Session for the Chinese Catering Industry and the Scheme of Nurturing Talents for the Catering Industry

The Qualifications Framework Secretariat, the Salvation Army and the Hong Kong Federation of Restaurants and Related Trades Charitable Foundation Limited jointly organised a sharing session - "Qualifications Framework Sharing Session for the Chinese Catering Industry and the Scheme of Nurturing Talents for the Catering Industry" at Conference Hall, Central Government Offices, Tamar on 26 March 2014.

25.3.2014
Consultation on the policy and principles of credit accumulation and transfer (CAT) under the QF

To support the objective of lifelong learning, the EDB has commissioned Hong Kong Shue Yan University to develop the policy and principles of credit accumulation and transfer (CAT) under the QF. The policy and principles for CAT is now developed and ready for consultation. If you would like to provide your views and comments on it, you may download the consultative document and the questionnaire herewith.

28.2.2014
2014資歷架構髮型匯演 (Chinese version only)

為進一步推廣資歷架構,提升美髮業人力質素,鼓勵持續進修及終身學習,美髮業行業培訓諮詢委員會籌辦了「2014資歷架構髮型匯演」。

19.2.2014
19.2.2014
2014-15 QF Award Scheme for Learning Experiences is open for application

The Award Scheme aims to encourage outstanding or emerging practitioners to engage in learning activities in different places around the world with a view to broadening their horizons and developing network with industry partners in and outside Hong Kong. It is now open for application from practitioners of 19 industries today (19 Feb) till 17 April.

Award Scheme for Learning Experience 2014-15
The Yi Jin Diploma Programme is recognised under the Qualifications Framework as a QF Level 3 programme
Award Titles Scheme and QF Credit
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