The internal initiative to make NQA staff happy(What makes you happy to make you happy)
:subject of the consultation
The Department of Administrative Affairs in Qualifications NQA has undertaken a simple internal initiative to make employees happy with the title (What Makes You Happy to Make You Happy).
It is to meet the employee's request at the same moment in order to break the work routine and create an atmosphere of joy and happiness
among the employees
to identify What causes happiness to employees during the working day, renews their
activity and creates an atmosphere of fun to break the work routine.
After collecting the opinions of the employees, the requests that could be fulfilled on the same day were fulfilled, and they
.were met to add moments of happiness on the employee's day.
After collecting the opinions of the employees, the requests that could be fulfilled on the same day were fulfilled, and they were met to add moments of happiness on the employee's day.
1.Issuing a)Fazaa card( for NQA employees in cooperation with Abu Dhabi Police.
2. Issuing happiness cards(esaad) for NQA
cooperation with Dubai Police.
3. Change in office floors (work
4. Allocate a room for break
Add new Social media channels to promote NQA
NQA aims to promote Life-Long learning
through its services and activities and to highlight it in the best way through
Social Media channels that are filled with creativity and acceptances from the
audience. Therefore, from this
consultation, our goal is to hear your voice and to know which of Social media
platforms you use.
as a federal Authority and spread awareness about its services
will study the suggestions and they will be taken into consideration in order
to reach out to the targeted Audience.
Proposed Changes to the Qualifications Framework for the UAE, the QFEmirates
Over the past 12 months, the National Qualifications Authority (NQA) has been liaising with stakeholders and gathering other evidence as part of the review of the 2012 National Qualifications Framework for the UAE, the QFEmirates. Some stakeholders have expressed an interest in making changes to the architecture of the QFEmirates in the following areas:
a) The introduction of an applied doctorate as a new type of vocational qualification
b) The introduction of a unit award as a new type of Award
c) The recognition of continuous education units
d) The addition of a core life skill related to the UAE national agenda for happiness and positivity.
The NQA is investigating the views of other stakeholders about these suggested changes. If you need to refer to the current QFEmirates Handbook to respond to this survey, you can find the handbook here - https://www.nqa.gov.ae/en/Documents/QF_Handbook_FINAL.pdf
As some of the questions refer to credits, it is important to note that in the QFEmirates, a notional value of 15 hours (with additional study hours) equates to one (1) credit.
The NQA is also re-evaluating some key terms currently used for the vocational education and training sector after discussions with some stakeholders about branding of this sector in the UAE.
Findings from this survey will inform the development of the QFEmirates Handbook 2018.
The NQA received 163
responses to the survey. Many respondents support the proposed changes to the