The Quality Management System of the Polish Accreditation Committee (PKA) has been introduced pursuant to the Regulation No. 1 of the President of PKA of 24 April 2014 amended on December 10, 2015.
The ultimate goal of the quality management system is to raise the effectiveness of activities undertaken in relation to the implementation of the mission statement and strategy of the Polish Accreditation Committee, their continuous improvement, as well as to ensure that the statutory tasks are implemented in a way guaranteeing the repetitiveness of quality characteristics.
The specific goals of the system consist in:
The identification of key processes enabling the Polish Accreditation Committee to implement tasks entrusted to it in connection with the requirements formulated in the Act of 27 July 2005 Law on Higher Education secondary legislation and in the “European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area” form the basis for the development of the internal quality management system.
The general rule of the information policy in the scope of the quality management system shall consist in providing public access to data relating to: quality policy and its objectives, identified processes, procedures governing the proceedings of PKA, its members and experts, and – to the extent resulting from the remit – PKA Bureau employees, monitoring, measuring, analysing and improving PKA’s activity, aims and stages of objective implementation.
The responsibility for implementation and maintenance of the quality management system lies with QMS Plenipotentiary.