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© JABEE 2013 Japan Accreditation Board for Engineering Education Washington Accord And International Engineering Alliance Dr Yasuyuki AOSHIMA Executive Managing Director and Secretary-General of JABEE JICA Expert for IABEE Seminar on "Accreditation of Engineering Higher Education in Indonesia and the role of IABEE“ DIKTI, Jakarta on 29 January
© JABEE 2013 Accreditation of Engineering Education in Western Countries Professional societies (council of engineers, institution of professional engineers, etc.) have been promoting their professional status and looking after engineering education through accreditation To ensure the independence of education from the government, the accreditation bodies are NGOs 2
© JABEE 2013 Washington Accord Established in 1989 by 6 accreditation bodies for engineering education in Australia, Canada, UK, Ireland, New Zealand and USA Accreditation bodies (of WA signatories) accredit educational programs with “similar” criteria Recognizes substantial equivalency of accredited programs under the Accord Continuous discussion for accreditation principle 3
© JABEE 2013 WA Signatories and Councils of Engineers/ Institutions of Professional Engineers Accreditation body within CE/IPE Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, UK, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa, Singapore Accreditation body outside CE/IPE Chinese Taipei, Japan, RP Korea, Turkey, USA, Russia 4
© JABEE 2013 Steps to become a WA signatory Provisional Status Request should be submitted with recommendation letters from 2 signatories, who well know the accreditation system of that jurisdiction 2/3 of the signatories should agree Signatory 3 signatories appointed by the WA undertake a review and submit the report to WA. Unanimous agreement is needed 5
© JABEE 2013 Washington Accord membership 6
© JABEE International Engineering Alliance (IEA) Educational Accord Competence Recognition/ Mobility Agreements Washington Accord Sydney Accord Dublin Accord International Professional Engineers Agreement APEC Engineer International Engineering Technologist Agreement Professional Engineers Engineering Technologist Engineering Technicians Professional Engineers Professional Engineers (regional Agreement) Engineering Technologist 7
© JABEE 2013 IEA Graduate Attributes & Professional Competencies 8
© JABEE 2013 Graduate Attributes Profiles 9
© JABEE P1 P3 P4 P2 Required level by the society Knowledge and abilities of the graduates Learning outcomes to be achieved
© JABEE 2013 Engineering Design Education Design abilities to develop solutions to societal needs by applying science, technology and information. Ability to identify a problem that is expected to be solved Ability to identify restricted conditions such as public welfare, environmental preservation, and cost which are expected to be considered Ability to logically identify, organize, and investigate the problem that is expected to be solved Ability to establish a plan to solve the problem considering the restrictions and by applying body of knowledge of mathematics, sciences and technology in each applicable field Ability to actually solve the problem in accordance with the plan that is established 11
© JABEE 2013 Why Washington Accord accreditation? Purpose is improvement of education International equivalency Review by the third party Accountability to the society 12
© JABEE 2013 Thank you for your attention 13
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