ENTER Network Purpose and Structure

The ENTER Network main purpose is to create an international individual registration procedure to assess and certify the level of professional competence of the tertiary level educators. If the achieved level of the educators’ professional competences corresponds to the criteria based on the best international practices, the procedure regulates the registration of the educator and will issue an international professional card, allowing broader recognition of professional educators’ qualifications worldwide. 

The ENTER network coordinates all elements necessary to develop and maintain an International Professional Educator Register, that provides transparency and empowers the higher education institutions, to consider certified educators from different countries for their high-profile faculty positions. Simultaneously the proposed registration induces educators to improve their skills and competencies in general.

The ENTER Network aims to develop and implement Professional Development  Programmes for pedagogical training.

The ENTER Network enforces a rigorous peer-reviewed quality control of Professional Development programmes via ENTER quality management standards.

The ENTER Network regulates the database of the Professional Development Programmes Certified Trainers.

The ENTER Network regulates the database of the Professional Development Programmes accredited with ENTER Label.

The ENTER Network is composed by the following Committees:

                                               i.     Governing Board

                                             ii.     Academic Committee

                                           iii.     Quality Assurance Committee

                                            iv.     Expert Committee

                                             v.     Monitoring Committee

The ENTER Network has also the ENTER Register Secretariat

All the above described internal bodies are interrelated accordingly with the following diagram: