What does quality-assured learning mean?

What does quality-assured learning mean?

Quality-assured learning means that a programme or experience has been developed against a standard that ensures high quality and a positive experience for the learner. It has clearly defined objectives that the learner is able to meet through completing the programme or experience.
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