The latest questions about flexible education

The dynamics on the labour market demand employees who continue to develop. The diversity of students continues to increase. These developments call for more flexibility in education and at the same time they raise all kinds of questions. For example, our clients ask:

  • Where is our organisation now in terms of the flexibility of our education and where do we want or need to go?
  • How do we create more room for customization in a way that is feasible and affordable?
  • What does flexibility actually require of our organisation?
  • How should we start by making education more flexible?

Are these questions recognisable to you? We will be happy to help you find the answers.

If I now receive a flexibility question, it helps that I can use the themes and scenarios from the FlexScan to ask what exactly is meant. Because the instrument follows the student journey, you immediately get a good idea of what support is needed to make more flexible education possible.

Fenna van der Burgt, educationalist and policy advisor ArtEZ

No standard recipe for flexibility

Flexibilisation starts with developing a vision and a plan, which results in the implementation, evaluation and adjustment. This global process is clear. From experience, however, we know that there is no standard methodology for achieving flexible education. The ambitions may differ, as could the phase in the process. The possibilities of the organisation, people and resources can also differ. That is why we start each process with an empty sheet of paper and use our broad knowledge and experience with flexible education.

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From vision to implementation

We advise and assist in the development of policy and the use of instruments necessary for change. From vision development to implementation. Whether it concerns schools, government and business, individually or regionally.

CINOP can also organize the corresponding professionalisation of management, teachers and staff. Flexibility of testing and examination (learning path independence) can also be part of our advice and implementation process.