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A Study on The Framework Act on Qualifications

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2014, 67(), pp.223-242
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Lee, Dong-Chan 1

1강릉원주대학교

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ABSTRACT

The Framework Act on Qualifications was enacted as a fundamental law among various laws related to qualification system. But the Act doesn't function as a fundamental law, and therefore needs to be reformed. This paper studies only the Framework Act on Qualifications among various laws related to qualification system. This paper examines history, formality, composition and contents of The Framework Act on Qualifications and shows some ways of improvement in the Act by finding its various shortfalls and problems. Various plans of improving the Framework Act on Qualifications are as follows :1) The Framework Act on Qualifications should be applied firstly before other laws about qualification system. 2) The part of the private qualification should be excluded from the Framework Act on Qualifications. 3) Regulations for management and operation of qualification system should be reconstructed in the Framework Act on Qualifications. 4) Regulations of reporting qualification related programs to the National Assembly should be established in the Framework Act on Qualifications. 5) To establish and promote a plan related to qualification, regulations for asking a public institution for cooperation should be added in the Framework Act on Qualifications. 6) Regulations for reflecting the outcome that Qualification Policy Deliberation Council considers and decides should be enacted in the Framework Act on Qualifications. 7) Regulations for utilization and submission of qualification related information should be established in the Framework Act on Qualifications. 8) Regulations for binding that the Qualification Policy Deliberation Council asks deliberation on establishment, change and abolition of qualification should be made. 9) Qualification related terms should be unified.

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