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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.
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22.7.2014
Credit Accumulation and Transfer Policy and Principles

The Education Bureau has introduced Credit Accumulation and Transfer (CAT) Policy and Principles to facilitate the recognition of learning, to minimise unnecessary repeated learning, and to effectively support lifelong learning.

17.7.2014
Consultation on the draft SCS for the Manufacturing Technology Industry

The draft Specification of Competency Standards (SCS) completed by the Manufacturing Technology (Tooling, Metals & Plastics) Industry Training Advisory Committee (ITAC) is now ready for industry consultation. The consultation will last 3 months from 17 July 2014 to 16 October 2014. An Industry Consultation Session will be arranged during the consultation period. The full version of the draft SCS can be downloaded from this website.

2.7.2014
Launch of Recognition of Prior Learning for the Beauty industry

The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) mechanism for the Beauty industry was launched on 2 July 2014 to enable practitioners to receive formal recognition of the knowledge, skills and experience already acquired.

1.7.2014
27.6.2014
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Kick-off Ceremony for the Beauty Industry

The RPL Kick-off Ceremony for the Beauty industry was organized at Kai Tai Cruise Terminal on 27 June 2014. The RPL mechanism for the Beauty industry was launched on 2 July to enable practitioners to receive formal recognition of the knowledge, skills and experience already acquired.

26.6.2014
Seminar on Qualifications Framework (QF) for the Insurance Industry

The Insurance Industry Training Advisory Committee and the Hong Kong Federation of Insurers co-organised a Seminar on QF for the Insurance Industry on 26 June 2014.

Industry Consultation on the Draft Specification of Competency Standards of the Manufacturing Technology Industry
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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