External review (2009)

CTI is full member of ENQA since 2005. The membership regulations of ENQA require that CTI must undergo an external review at least once every 5 years.

Among, the possibilities offered by ENQA, CTI has chosen the organisation of a review coordinated by an international body, NVAO (Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders).

A first review has been organized during the year 2007. The objectives are twofold:

  To assess the fulfilments of its missions in the national context

  To verify its compliance with the European Standards and Guidelines.

The review report was sent to ENQA on December 6, 2007. Initially scheduled in March 2008, the decision of the ENQA Board was postponed to June 2008 in order to gather supplementary information from the review committee president, Ludo Gelders. This information concerned the ESG items (part 3) with which the CTI was considered as not totally compliant.

The CTI decided to work to take fully into consideration the recommendations done by the audit committee and to postpone its application.
In June 2008, Peter Williams, president of ENQA, informed CTI that it could present a new application before June 2009.

The second external evaluation (2009)

A new audit by the expert team is scheduled on the 5th and 6th of march 2009.

CTI has prepared its auto-evaluation report (in French), it can be downloaded below
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