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BENGKEL PERSEDIAAN AUDIT

PEMATUHAN & OUTCOME-


BASED EDUCATION (OBE)

3 APRIL 2014
IPGKTAR
KOMEN PANEL PENILAI MQA
• Semasa Audit Pematuhan di IPGKTAA dan
IPGKTI pada April 2013…
• Perkara yang perlu diberi perhatian:
• Tahap pemahaman staf akademik berkaitan
MQF, SLT, CLO dan PLO masih kurang
• Cadangan Penyelesaian:
• Latihan untuk staf akademik berkaitan MQF,
PLO, CLO wajar diadakan
MALAYSIAN QUALIFICATION
AGENCY (MQA)
Act 679 (Akta MQA 2007)
What is MQA?
• The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (Agensi Kelayakan
Malaysia) or the MQA is a statutory body in Malaysia set up
under the Malaysian Qualifications Act 2007 to:
o Implement MQF
o Accredit HE programmes and qualifications
o Supervise and regulate quality and standard of HEP
o Establish and maintain MQR
RELATED MQA DOCUMENTS
 Code of Practice for Programme
Accreditation (COPPA)
 Code of Practice for Open and Distance
Learning (COPODL)
QUALITY ASSURANCE
APPLICATION
PROVISIONAL FULL ACCREDITATION
ACCREDITATION
MQA-01 MQA-02
 Part A – General  Part A – General
Information on the HEP Information on the HEP
 Part B – Progamme  Part B – Progamme
Description Description
 Part C – Programme  Part C – Programme
Standards (9) Standards (9)
 Part D – Self Review
Report (SRR)
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Area 1:
Vision, Mission, Benchmarked Enhanced
Educatiponal Goals Standard Standards
(MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD
and Learning
Outcomes
7 BS 4 ES
1.1 Statement of
Programme Aims,
Objectives and 7 3
LOs (Q + St) (Q + St)
1.2 Learning
Outcomes
CONTOH
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Area 2: Curriculum
Design & Delivery Benchmarked Enhanced
Standard Standards
2.1 Academic Autonomy (MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD
2.2 Programme Design
and TL Methods
19 BS 11 ES
2.3 Curriculum Content
and Structure
2.4 Management of
the Programme 18 10
2.5 Linkages with (Q + St) (Q + St)
External Stakeholders
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Area 3: Assessment
of Students Benchmarked Enhanced
Standard Standards
3.1 Relationship (MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD
Between
Assessment 11 BS 5 ES
and Learning
3.2 Assessment
Method 19 6
3.3 Management of (Q + St) (Q + St)
Student
Assessment
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Area 4: Student
Selection & Support
Benchmark Enhanced
Services ed Standard Standards
4.1 Admission & Selection
(MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD
4.2 Articulation Regulations,
Credit Transfer and
Credit Exemption 21 BS 13 ES
4.3 Transfer of Students
4.4 Student Supp. Services
and Co-curricular Act. 23 12
4.5 Student Representation
(Q + St) (Q + St)
and Participation
4.6 Alumni
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Area 5: Academic Benchmarked Enhanced


Standard Standards
Staff
(MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD

5.1 Recruitment &


11 BS 4 ES
Management

5.2 Service and 22 5


Development (Q + St) (Q + St)
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Area 6: Educational
Resources Benchmarked Enhanced
Standard Standards
6.1 Physical Facilities (MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD
6.2 Research and
Development 12 BS 10 ES
6.3 Educational
Expertise
6.4 Educational 23 9
Exchanges (Q + St) (Q + St)
6.5 Financial Allocation
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Area 7: Programme Benchmarked Enhanced


Monitoring and Review Standard Standards
(MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD
7.1 Mechanisms for
Programme 5 BS 4 ES
Monitoring and
Review 9 5
7.2 Involvement of (Q + St) (Q + St)
Stakeholders
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Area 8: Leadership,
Benchmarked Enhanced
Governance and Standard Standards
Administration (MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD
8.1 Governance
11 BS 6 ES
8.2 Acad Leadership
of the Programme
19 6
(Q + St) (Q + St)
8.3 Administrative and
Management Staff
PART C: PROGRAMME STANDARDS

Benchmarked Enhanced
Standard Standards
Area 9: Continual (MUST)
MUST (SHOULD)
SHOULD
Quality Improvement
3 BS 2 ES
9.1 Quality
Improvement 5 2
(Q + St) (Q + St)
MALAYSIAN QUALIFICATION
FRAMEWORK (MQF)
MQF in Act 679 (Akta MQA 2007)
What is the MQF?

MQF* Para 1

MQF is an instrument that develops and classifies


qualifications based on a set of criteria that is
approved nationally and at par with international
practices, and which clarifies the earned academic
levels, learning outcomes of study areas and credit
system based on student academic load.
* The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (2007), The Malaysian Qualifications Framework, Kuala
Lumpur.

MQF.Roz.Roadshow
3 MAIN FEATURES IN MQF

(1) Academic Levels

MQF (2) Learning Outcomes

(3) Credit System


General Principles 3 & 5: Levels of
Qualifications & Minimum Graduating
Credits
Level MGC Sectors
*
Skills Vocational & Academic
Technical
8 80** Doctoral
40 Masters
7 30 Postgraduate Dip
20 Postgraduate Cert
120 Bachelor
6 60 Graduate Dip
30 Graduate Cert
40 Advanced Diploma Advanced Advanced Diploma
5
Diploma
4 90 Diploma Diploma Diploma
3 60 Certificate 3 Certificate
2 - Certificate 2 Certificate

1 - Certificate 1
Note:
* MGC = Minimum Graduating Credits

MQF.Roz.Roadshow
General Principle 4: Learning
Outcomes
(MQF Para 15) – LO Domains

1 2 Practical Skills 3 Social skills and responsibilities


Knowledge

4 5 6
Values, attitudes and Communication, leadership and Problem solving and
professionalism team skills scientific skills

7 Information
management and MOE - LO
1. Knowledge
lifelong learning skills
2. Practical Skills
3. Thinking and scientific skills
8
Managerial and 4. Communication skills
entrepreneurial skills 5. Social skills, teamwork and responsibility
6. Values, ethics, moral and professionalism
7. Information management and lifelong learning
skills
8. Managerial and entrepreneurial skills
MQF.Roz.Roadshow 9. Leadership skills
MQF – Akta 679

* Accreditation is voluntary , but compliance to MQF is mandatory


BENEFITS OF ACCREDITATION
Accreditation is a status or achievement as a result of
quality assessment by MQA.

It is a commitment by MQA to all stakeholders in higher


education i.e students, parents, employer that the
programmes accredited by MQA is quality-assured.

(MQA)
BENEFITS OF ACCREDITATION
1. Public Service Department (PSD) will use this accreditation status
to recognise the qualification for employment in the public service.

2. Professional bodies such as the Board of Engineers Malaysia


(BEM) will use the accreditation to recognise engineering
graduates for registration as a professional engineers

3. Students in accredited programmes are eligible to apply for loan


from funding agencies such as National Higher Education Fund
(PTPTN).

(MQA)
BENEFITS OF ACCREDITATION
4. Graduates are eligible to continue their studies in higher
education institutions and obtain credit transfer. However, the final
decision lies with the institution concerned.

5. Graduates can be considered for employment in the public sector.


In many cases, even private sector employer consider accredited
programmes in their selection of graduates for employment.

6. Institutions can franchise their accredited programmes to other


institutions, subject to certain conditions.

(MQA)