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Q Project Phases Organisation

  1. The organisation of the project should be a well-planned and well-structured activity appropriate to the chosen model.
  2. It is important to involve the university authorities in the project team in order to enhance the probability of success.
  3. Planning (to work out the objectives and authority, to define methods, tools, responsibilities, timing, etc.) is a crucial part of the adult education quality approach.
  4. Awareness of the different roles of the various participants must be promoted, along with communications between the different parts of the organisation directly or indirectly involved in the project.
  5. It is important to decide when existing structures can be used, and when it is necessary to create a new working party for the quality project.
  6. It is essential that the stakeholders are sufficiently committed to promote a culture of quality in their own areas of responsibility.
  7. The impact of the project on its environment and the individuals and units more less involved must be borne in mind.
  8. It is important that the project can be evaluated by a good external auditor.
  9. The continuity of a quality setup must be considered by ensuring that there is a team that can monitor projects with a view to continuous improvement of the service.