There is a wide consensus among all stakeholders that a European Qualification Framework should be used in order to identify learning outcomes wherever they have been acquired, but a lot of differing point of views exist with regard to the question how the EQF should be properly used resp. how educational instruments to be related to the EQF in the future (as legal rules, curricula, sectoral and national frameworks, already existing or to be created) should be designed or modified.
Nevertheless, in spite of all different views on the subject, some essentials appear as unchangeable (as learning outcome orientation, level structure of frameworks, principal subdivision of descriptors), and it is also obvious that this will have a certain impact on various elements of educational systems.
Successful application of an instrument is important for its establishment. This makes it sensible to identify a predictable framework of change and in this framework to describe how EQF-adapted curricula, human resources development measures, assessment approaches, legal regulations, certificates, consultancy services could look like and to support these descriptions by pilots as far as possible, thereby providing for examples of EQF use which are at the same


1. Project Management

2. Framework of Change

3. Legal regulations

4. Educational content
5. Interfaces of transnational educational collaboration

6. Piloting via transnational virtual training

7. Evaluation and perspektives

8. Model of EQF Application Consulting service

9. Communication and Dissemmination

10. Management of Risk and Quality


01.03.2009 – 28.02.2011