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2 child terms

An alternative term for a ‘module’. Sometimes the term ‘module’ is used for a component of learning and teaching and ‘unit’ for a component of a qualification.
Source: ILO (SED) 2007, Global
Units are a set of learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and/or competences) which constitute a coherent part of a qualification. A unit can be the smallest part of a qualification that can be assessed, transferred, validated and, possibly, certified (such as in relation to ECVET). A unit can be specific to a single qualification or common to several qualifications.
Source: CEDEFOP (Modularisation) 2015, Europe

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