The most important quality parameters are:
- Completion/dropout rates, measured by means of statistics;
- Student participation rates, measured by absence
- Students' performance, measured by the marks given to
- Student satisfaction, measured by annual student satisfaction
reports based on systematic evaluations throughout the year. The
results are used for benchmarking with other colleges.
A prize is awarded to the teaching team with the highest score
in the annual satisfaction report.
To follow up on results achieved, all teams of teachers hold 4 -
10 short evaluation meetings per year. Once a year, a more
comprehensive self-evaluation meeting is held, where the teams
discuss the results achieved and prepare an action plan for
improvement, which is posted on the college website.
Furthermore, annual staff satisfaction surveys are conducted,
and focus group interviews are held with selected companies. The
local training committees also play an important part in assuring
the satisfaction of the local labour market.
The quality parameters form part of the performance based pay
contracts of the college managers.