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The European Solidarity Corps Quality Label certifies that an organisation taking part in the Corps is able to provide the necessary conditions for young people to take part in solidarity activities.

There are two main types of Quality Label, depending on the role(s) that the organisation wishes to play in the process:

  • Host role - covers the full range of activities related to hosting a Solidarity Corps participant, including the development of a programme of the young person's activities and providing guidance and support to the participant during all the phases as appropriate
  • Support role - entails supporting, preparing and/or training participants before departure, a mediation between them and their host organisations and/or providing support to participants upon return from their activity

In addition to these roles, those organisations who wish to apply for grants, manage and coordinate volunteering activities under Volunteering Projects will be required to obtain a Quality Label for Lead organisation

Source: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/organisations/quality-label_en 

Applications for the ESC50 - Quality Label are to be assessed by experts in Assessment module after assignment by the National Agency. 

This page explains the expert assessment of ESC50 - Quality Label applications for the different Quality Label roles from the My Assessments screen in Assessment module. The specifics for consolidation and editing assignments for these type of assessments are also explained on this page.

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In the case where an organisation applies for the Host/Support and Lead role and one expert was instructed to conduct a Site visit or Remote interview with the applicant organisation during the assessment of the Host/Support role, this expert cannot assess the Lead role part of the application. Specific instructions are available throughout this page for the completion of the assessment if you are the expert who conducted the site visit or remote interview. 

Additional experts will be assigned by the National Agency to assess the same application. These experts will have to only assess the Lead role and not the Host/Support role. The experts instructed by the National Agency to only assess the Lead role will also find specific instructions throughout this page.

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Prerequisites

  • Assignment to assess ESC50 - Quality Label application given by the National Agency
  • Available under My Assessments in assignment status Assignment ongoing

Steps

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Access "My Assessments" from Single Entry Point

Log in to the Single Entry Point and select My Assessments from the Assessment module. The My Assessments screen opens with the Search Filter and the Search results panels, displaying all your available assignments.

See My Assessments for details on the basic functionalities of this screen. 


Filter your assignment(s) and open the expert assignment to work on

Expert assignments requiring your attention will be in status Assignment Ongoing

You can use the available Search and filter options to filter the results list according to your needs. In our example, we search for a specific project code for ESC50 and for call year 2022. One result is found. 

To open the assessment, click on the hyperlinked Project code, or click on the Actions button in the Actions column and select the option Open assessment

Open the assignment from My Assessments

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The "Assessment details" open

The Assessment Details screen opens in a new tab. Project information is by default selected in the Navigation menu.

Assessment details screen with expanded header


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Specifics of the ESC50 - Quality Label "Assessment Details" screen

Header specifics

The header in the Assessment Details screen displays basic information about the Quality Label application under assessment. By default, it only shows key details. To expand and view further information, click the available down arrow. 

Key details shown by default in header

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When you expand the header, using the down arrow, the table displayed for the overview of the assessment criteria shows:

  1. Quality role column - displaying the Quality label roles requested and, if applicable, the already existing Quality Label roles for the organisation
    • The requested roles are hyperlinked. Clicking on a hyperlinked role will open the relevant tab in the Award criteria section of the assessment.
    • Existing roles display a green check and are not hyperlinked
  2. Expert column(s) - initially empty. Will update automatically as the assessment is completed according to the information and scores provided.  

One column for each expert, consolidator and/or editor involved may become available in this overview table over the course of the assessment cycle.

The content in the expert column updates automatically as the assessment form is filled in.

Example of header for ESC50 assessment for Host, Support and Lead roles

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This example shows the header in the Assessment Details for an application for Host role and Lead role with the Support role already awarded to the organisation, indicated by a green check and Awarded displayed.  

Example of header for ESC50 assessment for Host and lead roles, with Support role awarded

This example shows the header in the Assessment Details for an application of Host role only for an organisation without any existing Quality Label. 

Example of header for ESC50 assessment for Host role only, no existing roles

"Award Criteria" specifics - Role specific "Award criteria" tabs 

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The Quality Label can be requested for the Host and/or Support role. In addition to these, an organisation can also apply for Lead organisation.

When accessing the Award criteria of the assessment, subtabs within the expert specific tab are displayed, one per requested role. During the assessment, you must complete the required information per role within each available subtab. 

If the organisation applies, for example, for Host role and Support role as well as Lead role, the Award criteria show three subtabs that must be completed.

The information for the Host and Support role must be completed first. The Lead role tab only becomes active if the role specific Award criteria are completed and if the result(s) of the role specific Award criteria assessment is positive. A closable warning message displays, informing you of this fact.   

This example shows the available subtabs for an application for Host, Support and Lead role, including the closable warning message that the Lead role tab is disabled.

Example of Award Criteria tabs in assessment for Host, Support and Lead organisation, including closable warning message

If the organisation already holds an active Quality Label for a role from a previous year and now applies, as in example below, for Host and Lead role, the tab for the existing role appears greyed out and is marked with a green check, indicating that this role is already awarded to the organisation. This subtab will be inactive and does not have to be completed.

A closable warning message is displayed, informing you of this fact. 

Example of Award Criteria tabs in assessment for Host, and Lead organisation with Support role already existing, including closable warning messages

If an organisation applies for only one role and has no Quality Label from a previous year, only one subtab is available for completion. In the example below, only the Host role is requested.

Example of Award Criteria tabs in assessment for Host organisation and no existing Quality Label roles   

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As soon as you fill in one field for a role, the relevant subtab will change its colour from initially grey to orange. Only when all information and decisions or scores are provided for a role will the result be indicated on the relevant subtab, with either a green check indicating a positive outcome or a red cross indicating a negative outcome. 

Example of Host role subtab displayed in orange during assessment

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Review the documentation of the application in the "Project information" section

When opened from My Assessments, an assessment always displays the Project Information by default. The information available here is relevant for the given assignment. 

Available subsections under Project Information include Application, Budget information, and Assessments

  • Application - contains the pdf version of the application submitted by the beneficiary organisation and all annexes submitted with it and the possibility to view the application form online
  • Budget information - contains information about the budget linked to the project
  • Assessments - only visible for completed expert assignments, as well as in consolidator and editor assignments; contains the pdf versions of already submitted assessments
    • Experts only have access to their own submitted assessment in this section after it was submitted

The following options may be available for the files: 

  1. Download each file individually, using the Download PDF button, and
  2. View as a PDF in your browser, using the See PDF on line button
  3. View the Application form online, by clicking on the yellow See Application Details button. This option is specific to Application forms.


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Complete the "Award criteria" section 

Select Award criteria from the Navigation menu. This section contains the criteria to be evaluated for each requested role. 

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The assessment is automatically saved as you fill it in. After closing the form, even if not completed, you can open it again from My Assessments and continue the assessment.

The Award criteria opens on the expert specific tab, in our example Expert 1, and shows the subtabs per requested role. Any other displayed tabs, associated for example to the other expert(s) participating in the assessment of the same project and/or the consolidator, are greyed out. You do not have access to these. 

The available subtabs within the expert tab correlate to the Quality Label role(s) the organisation is applying for and/or already possesses. In our example, the organisation applies for Host and Support role as well as for the Lead role

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You may need to use the vertical scroll bar(s) in your browser to access all available fields per role to complete. 

The Award criteria section shows subtabs per each requested role

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Provide "Comments" for Host and/or Support role, if applicable


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If an organisation applies for the Host and/or Support role and additionally the Lead role, the Award criteria for Host and/or Support must be completed first. The Lead role subtab in the Award criteria will be disabled until the criteria for Host and/or Support role are completed. 

The Award criteria to complete depend on the requested role(s). 

Different supporting comments must be added in the available Comments field in each available subtab for Host and/or Support. All comment fields are mandatory. 

Provide the required information.

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If you are the expert that has been instructed to only assess the Lead role in an ESC50 - Quality Label application for Host/Support and Lead role, see below the specific instructions on the completion of the Host/Support role Award criteria. 

Provide the required information in all mantadory Comments fields

Provide decision per "Award criteria" - "Host" and "Support role" only

The Host and Support roles assessment is not based on points. Instead, each award criterion must be marked as either Acceptable or Not Acceptable.     

Provide a decision for each of the subsections available in the Award criteria screen for the Host and/or Support role. This is done using the decision buttons available in the top right corner of each award criterion.  

  • Click on the red X button to declare an award criterion assessment as not acceptable.
  • Click on the green check button to declare an award criterion assessment as acceptable.
  • If you want to remove an already made decision, click on the blue Deselect option button.

You must select an option (positive or negative) for each award criterion. 

When the decisions for all criteria are made, the relevant subtab updates with the outcome of the evaluation.

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If one of the award criteria is marked as Not Acceptable, the role is automatically declared as not awarded. When all required information is provided for the Award criteria, the relevant subtab will display the red X, indicating the negative outcome of the assessment for the role.

The outcome of the decision is only displayed in the subtab if all award criteria have been evaluated as acceptable/not acceptable.  

A role assessment is positive only if all award criterias are acceptable


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Here is an example where the assessment for Support role was declared not acceptable. One of the award criteria was marked with the red X and the Support role subtab is updated accordingly. The Lead role tab stays inactive and does not require completion. 

Assessment for a role is negative if only one award criteria is not accepted

If applicable, access the next role subtab, in our example Support role. Complete the Award Criteria comments and provide a decision per criterion as explained above.

In our example, the outcome of the assessment for Host and Support role is acceptable, both subtabs display the green check. 

Complete the Support role as explained for Host

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Specifics for expert that only has to assess Lead role, as result of Site visit to applicant organisation by another expert

If you are the expert instructed to only assess the Lead role, as a result of another expert assigned to assess conducting a Site visit to the applicant organisation, then you should not assess the Host/Support role part of the application.

To enable the Lead role award criteria subtab of the assessment, you must however complete the Host/Support role Award criteria as follows:

  • Declare all the award criteria as Acceptable, by clicking on the green check button, and
  • Specify in the comments that these award criteria are Not assessed, even if marked as Acceptable.
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As the comments fields require a minimum amount of characters, use the space key until you reach the minimum amount of characters required. 

In this example, Expert 2 was instructed to only assess the Lead role in an ESC50 - Quality Label application assessment for Host and Lead role. For the Lead role tab to become active, Expert 2 filled in all Host role Award criteria comments, stating Not assessed, and declared the outcome for each criterion as Acceptable

Only after the Host/Support role Award criteria are completed will the Lead role subtab become active. You can proceed to complete the Lead role Award Criteria as described in the next step

Example of completion for Host role, if expert was instructed by the NA to only assess Lead role

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Provide comments and scores for "Lead role", if applicable

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The Lead role can only be assessed by expert(s) who have not carried out a site visit and/or remote interview during the assessment of the Host/Support roles of an ESC50 - Quality Label application for Host/Support and Lead role.

The expert who conducted the site visit must however complete the Award criteria for the Lead role, otherwise the assessment results cannot be submitted. See the specific instructions below on the how to complete the Lead role subtab if you are the expert who conducted a site visit/ remote interview during the assessment of the Host/Support roles.

Access the Lead role subtab in the Award criteria.

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The Lead role subtab only becomes active if the role specific Award criteria are completed and if the decision for the role specific award criteria assessment is positive. 

If the final decision is Not acceptable for all of the requested Host and/or Support roles, the Lead role subtab in Award criteria will be disabled. A tooltip will be displayed to inform you accordingly. 

Lead Role subtab disabled

If the organisation applied for Host, Support and Lead roles and if the outcome of the assessment was Acceptable for one of the roles Host or Support, the Lead role subtab is enabled and must be completed. 

Lead role subtab active


Provide the comments per Award criterion in the same way as explained for the Host and Support role. 

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You may need to use the vertical scroll bar(s) in your browser to access all available fields to complete. 

The Lead role assessment and the decision per award criterion are based on numerical scores. 

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The Lead role application must score at least 60 points in total and at least 50% of the points for each available criteria for it to pass the required threshold.  

In our example, the final score is 81. It is displayed in green in the Lead role subtab, indicating the required threshold was reached. For each available criterion, at least 50% of the applicable score was reached. 

Lead role subtab completed and calculated score displayed in subtab 

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Specifics for completion of "Lead role" subtab by expert that conducted Site visit to applicant organisation as part of Host/Support role assessment

Access the Lead role subtab in the Award criteria. If you have carried out a site visit and/or remote interview during the assessment of the host/support roles and the organisation has also applied for the Lead role, the Lead role subtab must be completed as follows:

  • Specify in the available Comments fields that these award criteria are Not assessed: Site visit
  • Enter a Score of 0 for all Award criteria in the Lead role subtab
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As the comment fields require a minimum amount of characters, use the space key until you reach the minimum amount of characters required. 

In this example, Expert 1 conducted a site visit and/or remote interview with the applicant organisation during assessment of the Host role. Therefore, the expert will not assess the Lead role part of the application. However, the Lead role subtab must be completed, otherwise the assessment results cannot be submitted. Expert 1 filled in all Award criteria comments, stating Not assessed, and filled in 0 for all Score fields in the Lead role Award criteria subtab. The Lead role subtab displays in red, the with the Total score of 0 displayed. 

In the overview table in the header of the Assessment details, the outcome of the assessment for this role will display Role Not Awarded, even though in this case it is considered as not assessed. 

Example of completion for Lead role, if expert was instructed by the NA to only assess Host role including Site visit or Remote interview

The overview table in the header will display the assessment outcome for the Lead role as Not Awarded.

Example of header in Assessment Details where Lead role was not assessed as result of Site visit for assessment of Host role, Score of 0

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"Award criteria" section complete

When all information is provided in all subtabs, Award criteria in the Navigation menu is marked with a green check (1). The table in the header is updated with the outcome of the assessment per role (2).

For Host and/or Support, a green check and the word Awarded displays, indicates the outcome of the assessment for each role as acceptable.

If the organisation applied for Lead role, like in our example, the reached threshold is displayed and, depending on the outcome of the assessment, the Lead role marked as Awarded

Award criteria section complete with positive outcome for all requested roles


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This example shows the header in the Assessment Details where the Support role outcome was acceptable, but the threshold for the Lead role was not reached.

The threshold and outcome for the Lead role is displayed in red, stating Not Awarded, indicating that it cannot be awarded.

The Support role in the table is marked with a green check, indicating the assessment for this role was considered acceptable, indicating that it cannot be awarded.

Award criteria section complete with positive outcome for one of the requested roles

Tooltips are available, providing information if the outcome of the assessment for a role was negative. 

Tooltip for Not awarded role in header

Here is an example where the outcome of the expert assessment was negative for the Host and Support role. A tooltip is displayed for each. In this case, the Lead role tab stays inactive and does not have to be assessed. The header of the Assessment Details will in this scenario display Not assessed for the Lead role. 

Outcome of assessment was negative for the Host and Support role, Lead role not assessed

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Access and answer "Typology" questions

Use the radio buttons to answer the available questions

Click on Typology questions in the Navigation menu. 

This section contains a set of questions to be answered using the available radio buttons to select either Yes, No or NA, if available. The questions displayed vary depending on the roles the organisation applies for. 

Mandatory questions are marked with a red asterisk *.

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You may need to use the vertical scroll bar(s) in your browser to access all questions to be answered. 

"Typology questions" section complete

When all mandatory questions are answered, Typology questions in the Navigation menu is marked with a green check.

Typology questions section marked complete


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Complete the "Comments" section

Use the Navigation menu to access the Comments section.

The Comments section of an assessment allows the expert to provide additional commentary for the applicant and/or National Agency. Some comment fields are mandatory. Different comment fields may be available. The following options are possible:

  • Comments for the applicant 
  • Internal comments for the NA 

Comments that are mandatory are marked with a red asterisk (*).

The maximum number of characters that can be used per available comment field in the Comments section is indicated in the top right corner of the text boxes, for example 5000 characters. The counter updates automatically while you type. If the maximum number of characters has been reached, a red is displayed and no more text can be added. No minimum number of characters is required for the comments fields in the Comments section of the assessment.

The Comment field size will expand automatically while you type. When all mandatory comments are provided, Comments in the Navigation is marked with a green check.

Comments section is marked complete

Specifics for completion of "Comments" section by expert that conducted Site a visit as part of Host/Support role assessment

If you have carried out a site visit and/or remote interview during the assessment of the host/support roles and the organisation also applies for the Lead role, add Site Visit in the comments field under Internal comments for the NA.

Example of completion of Comments, if expert was instructed by the NA to only assess Host role including Site visit or Remote interview

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Indicate if there is a "Conflict of interest" or not

"I declare absence of conflict of interest"

Click on Conflict of interest in the Navigation

If there is no conflict of interest, confirm this by selecting the radio button for I declare absence of conflict of interest. After you confirm there is no conflict, all menu items in the navigation are marked with a green check, indicating completion. The Submit button becomes active.

Declaring absence of conflict of interest

"I declare conflict of interest"

If there is a conflict of interest, you must indicate it by clicking the radio button I declare conflict of interest. This will result in the Submit button not being activated and the assessment results cannot be submitted. The Conflict of interest section in the navigation will not receive the green check. No further action is required.

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In case of a Conflict of interest, you should not perform the given assignment. To declare the conflict of interest for a specific project assessment:

  • In My Assessments, click the Actions button for the project assessment, then select the option Conflict of interest, or
  • In the Assessment Details screen, click Conflict of interest in the navigation.

Then check the option I declare conflict of interest.

Declaring conflict of interest 

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Click the "Submit" button and confirm to submit the assessment results 

After you have completed the assessment, you have to submit the results. 

If no conflict of interest was declared in the previous step and all mandatory information for the assessment is complete, the Submit button (1) becomes active. Click on it to submit the assessment results. 

Confirm the submission by clicking on the Confirm and Submit button in the pop-up dialogue box (2). A success message (3) displays. 

The expert assessment is completed, all information on screen is greyed out and no more changes are possible. 

Submission of assessment results

In the Project information, the submitted assessment is available as PDF file for download or to view in your browser. 

Submitted assessment is available to view or download as PDF

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Navigate back to "My Assessments" - Expert assignment completed

Navigate back to My Assessments

The status of the assignment is updated to Assignment completed. The Assignment submission date and Conflict of interest columns are filled in with the respective data. 

The columns Decision Lead Role, Decision Host Role, and Decision Support Role display the outcome of your assessment. If the columns are not displayed, click on the Customise button and select them for your view. See My Assessments for details.  

If you open the assessment again, it opens in a new tab in read-only mode. 

Assignment completed

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You find Role Awarded or Role Not Awarded displayed in the relevant Decision columns. If N/A is displayed for a role, it means that the organisation did not apply for the role.

Decions displayed in My Assessments

If the Lead role was not assessed due to the Host/Support role assessment outcome was negative, Not assessed is shown in column Decision Lead Role

Example for Lead role Not assessed

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ESC50 - Quality Label Consolidation assignment specifics

When working on a consolidator assignment for an ESC50 - Quality Label application, the basic functionalities are the same as described under How to complete a consolidation assignment

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The Award criteria section for the assessment of an ESC50 - Quality Label application form will display subtabs per requested role to complete.

If applicable, the subtabs for the Host and/or Support role must be completed first before the Lead role subtab, if available, becomes active for completion.

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The Lead role subtab is only enabled if the role specific Award criteria are completed and if the decision for the role specific award criteria assessment is positive. 

If the final decision is Not acceptable for all of the requested Host and/or Support roles, the Lead role subtab in Award criteria will be disabled. A tooltip will be displayed to inform you accordingly.  

Lead role subtab disabled

f the organisation applied for Host, Support and Lead role, and if ffor one of the roles the outcome was not acceptable, then the Lead role subtab becomes active and must be completed.  

Lead role subtab active

Host and Support role must be completed first

For the comments to provide under the Award criteria for the requested roles, the consolidator has the option to insert the experts comments, as described under How to complete a consolidation assignment > Complete Award criteria Comments using the Insert option.

Consolidator can insert the experts comments

For the Host and/or Support role the consolidator must decide if the outcome of the assessment is acceptable or not acceptable, using the available buttons to the right of each criteria:

  • Click on the red x button to declare an award criteria assessment as not acceptable.
  • Click on the green check button to declare an award criteria assessment as acceptable.
  • If you want to remove an already made decision, click on the blue Deselect option button.

You must select an option (positive or negative) for each award criteria. 

The consolidator's options to assess each criteria

The outcome of the assessment for a role is indicated with a green check in the relevant subtab, if all award criteria were deemed acceptable. A red X displays in the subtab if at least one criterion was deemed not acceptable.

If all criteria are deemed acceptable, assessment outcome is positive

For the Lead role, if applicable, the consolidator must provide scores. When all scores are provided, the calculated total score displays in the Lead role subtab:

  • in green, if the required threshold was reached,
  • in red if the threshold was not reached
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The Lead role application must score at least 60 points in total and at least 50% of the points for each available criteria for it to pass the required threshold.  

Completed Lead role subtab with Threshold reached

When all Award criteria per requested role are completed, Award criteria in the navigation is marked with a green check.

The assessment overview table in the header is updated with the outcome of the consolidation in the consolidator column. If the organisation applied for the Lead role, the calculated score as per consolidation is displayed. 

In our example, the outcome was positive for the Host and Support role and the threshold for the Lead role was reached. All are marked as Awarded.

Assessment overview table updated with the outcome of the consolidation

Continue with the consolidation by accessing the Typology questions. See How to complete a consolidation assignment > 6. Complete "Typology Questions" (if applicable) for the next steps and details.

Specifics for consolidation assignments for assessment with conducted Site visit for Host/Support role by one of the experts

In the case where an organisation applied for Host/Support and Lead role and one of the assigned experts conducted a site visit for the assessment of the Host/Support role, the overview table of the assessment outcome per expert in the expanded header will display for this expert in the Lead role row a score of 0/100 and Not Awarded. This expert did not have to assess the Lead role. The expert only added generic comments and a score of 0 for the Lead role specific Award criteria. 

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You can access the Expert specific Award criteria tabs and check the individual expert assignments. The Award criteria comments for the Lead role will display as comment: Not assessed and the scores are 0 for all criteria. As the Consolidator, you have read access to all individual expert assignments.

In this example, three experts were assigned to assess the ESC50 - Quality Label application for Host and Lead role. The Lead role row for Expert 1 displays 0/100 and Not Awarded, indicating that this role was not assessed by the expert. 

During the consolidation, when using the Insert functionality upon completion of the Award criteria in a consolidation assignment, take note of the following:

  • The Lead role specific Award criteria comments of the expert that conducted a site visit or remote interview during the assessment of the Host/Support role should not be included in the consolidation.
  • The Host/Support role specific Award criteria comments of the experts that only assessed the Lead role should not be included in the consolidation.

When inserting the comments of the individual experts in the consolidation, these comments will state Not assessed or Not Assessed: Site visit and can therefore be easily identified.

Do not insert the expert comments if role not assessed

For example, Expert 1 assessed only the Host role, Expert 2 and Expert 3 assessed only the Lead role. The Award criteria comments of the consolidation should be consolidated as follows:

  • Award criteria for Host role: the consolidator will consolidate the comments for the host role from Expert 1. 
  • Award criteria for Lead role: the consolidator will consolidate the comments for the lead role from Expert 2 and Expert 3. 

Use the Insert functionality to consolidate the assessment

When completing the Comments section in the consolidation assignment, add the Internal Comments for the NA from the expert that conducted the Site visit as part of the assessment of Host/Support role. In our example, the Internal Comments for the NA are the comment as provided by Expert 1, stating Site visit.

Insert the Internal Comment for NA from the expert that only assessed the Host role

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ESC50 - Quality Label Editor assignment specifics

When working on a editing assignment for an ESC50 - Quality Label application, the basic functionalities are the same as described under How to complete an editing assignment

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In an ongoing editing assignment, only the comment fields in the Award Criteria and Comments section can be updated by the expert assigned as Editor

In ESC50 - Quality Label applications, the Award criteria will display subtabs per role requested by the applicant organisation. The editor can access the available tabs, Host role, Support role and/or Lead role, and make the required changes in the comment fields available, where required. 

No changes can be made on the outcome (for Host/Support role) or scores (Lead role).

An Editor can only update the comments fields


Expected Outcome

  • Assessment is submitted and locked, meaning it cannot be updated further.
  • The Assignment status of the submitted assignment changes to Assignment completed or, in the case of a declared conflict of interest, the assessment cannot be submitted and no further action is required from the expert  

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