Performance-centered Adaptive Curriculum for Employment Needs


The next face-to-face meeting will take place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, hosted by PU, on 14.11 - 15.11.2013.


A recording from the flash meeting on the 13.09.2013 can be found here.


The next flash meeting will take place on 13.September 2013. Click here to go to the meeting.


The next face-to-face meeting will take place in Semmering, Austria, hosted by ISCN, on 25.02 - 26.02.2013.


Next face-to-face meeting will be on 14.06.2012 in Vigo, Spain.

PAC Project
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Welcome to the PAC Project!

PAC is a project for development adaptive to business and employment needs curriculum on master degree level, applying performance support systems concept and principles for education in performance-centred content management learning system. We are going to develop complete programs on master degree level answering to: more higher education graduates are needed today, and the demands on university graduates are changed - there is a need of new skills requirements of many jobs not only in terms of formal qualifications but also in terms of detailed skills and competences. Identification of new demands for qualifications and qualifications profile development will input the business and employment into curriculum development and course design, to answer to the need of practically oriented/occupationally specific and designed for participants to acquire the practical skills, and know-how needed for employment in a particular occupation programmes - the successful completion of which usually provides the participants with a labour-market relevant qualification.


  • Identified skills needs and new requirements for competences in fibre-optic technology, control systems, electronic and software engineering.
  • Jobs skills set-up.
  • Developed qualification profiles – knowledge, skills and competences in learning outcomes, curriculum framework.
  • Developed Performance-centred Adaptive Curriculum (PAC) for qualification Report from the test of PAC.
  • Evaluation of the skills, knowledge and competences – answer the question: ‘Right skills for the right job?’

Impact: while continuing to work on raising and developing national standards, address specific local industry and business needs, as part of a wider effort to build new qualifications to match emerging competence needs in the sector, we support progress towards the Europe-wide certification of qualifications.


Tutorial how to work with the Project Management Center (PMC) can be found here.