The Dutch Qualifications Framework (NLQF) is a description of all qualification levels in Dutch education based on one conceptual framework. It has been introduced to link the Dutch qualifications to the level descriptions of the EQF. Employees and individuals gain insight into the levels of existing qualifications and how these levels relate to each other, both nationally and internationally, through the EQF.
EQAVET (European Quality Assurance in Vocational Education and Training) aims to monitor the quality of vocational education in all EU countries. A list of quality indicators has been drawn up, which all systems of the member states should comply with as a minimum. In this way, a quality assurance system is created with strong benefits for international mobility.
The European Credit System for Vocational Education & Training (ECVET) makes it easier for students to have their learning outcomes recognised elsewhere. This may also apply to learning experiences gained outside regular education. It enables employers to gain insight into the knowledge and competences of (future) employees.