As the awarding body, Advenio eAcademy is responsible for the full quality assurance of the eBiznify programme ensuring that it complies with all the requirements of the MFHEA , in terms of design, and delivery.
Established in 2013, Advenio eAcademy is a Further and Higher Education Institution (HEI) based in Malta, (MFHEA Licence number: 2013-FHI-006) which caters for an international clientele of discerning educational service providers and learners.
Advenio eAcademy provides the opportunity for participating educational institutions and training organisations to move beyond the constraints of physical premises. It allows them to embrace a virtual campus which allows for the development and deployment of state-of-the-art educational and training programmes that really add value to the students.
Advenio eAcademy is the first organization in Malta, licensed by the MFHEA whose services are based on online learning. The e-learning platform used is the award winning EBLearn solution developed and maintained by E-Business Systems, the web solutions arm of AllSecure Ltd. EBLearn provides resource libraries, audio-visual and video presentations, forum and wiki capabilities, and integrates video conferencing facilities to allow for one-to-one or one-to-many coaching or tutorial sessions.
The National Commission for Further and Higher Education (MFHEA) was officially launched on the 14th September, 2012 and is legislated by the revised Education Act which came into force on the 1st August 2012. Its mission statement is “ To foster the development and achievement of excellence in further and higher education in Malta through research, effective licensing, accreditation, quality assurance and recognition of qualifications established under the Malta Qualifications Framework.”
The MFHEA focuses on:
- providing accreditation to further and higher educational institutions;
- providing accreditation to programmes or courses of studies at further and higher education levels;
- quality assurance of both educational institutions and programmes or courses;
- recognition of obtained national or international qualifications as well as prospective qualifications;
- validation of informal and non-formal learning;
- research and policy recommendation on issues related to further and higher education.
MFHEA is an affiliate member of ENQA, the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. The Qualifications Recognition Information Centre (QRIC) within MFHEA also forms part of the European Network of Information Centres in the European Region (ENIC) and the National Recognition Information Centres in the European Union (NARIC). The Commission acts also as the National Contact Point for the European Qualifications Framework.
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