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Slovenia

konservatorsko-restavratorski tehnik (Slovenia)

Requirement #1

   
  • Requirement type

      Reserved activities (without title protection)
  • Requirement information

    Reserved activities

    Reserved activities: Naloga konservatorsko-restavratorskega tehnika je fizično ohranjanje kulturne dediščine za sedanje in bodoče generacije. Konservatorsko-restavratorski tehnik prispeva k razumevanju kulturne dediščine v smislu njenega estetskega in zgodovinskega pomena in njene fizične celovitosti. Pomaga pri izvajanju diagnostičnih preiskav, konservatorski in restavratorski obdelavi predmetov kulturne dediščine in pri dokumentaciji vseh opravljenih postopkov na njih. (SL)
    Translation(s): The task of a Conservation and restoration technician is the physical preservation of cultural heritage for present and future generations. A Conservation and restoration technician contributes to understanding cultural heritage in terms of its aesthetic and historical significance and its physical integrity. He/she works under supervision, helps to carry out diagnostic research and gives assistance to conservation and restoration of cultural heritage objects, and documentation of all procedures performed on them. (EN)
    Is the regulation relevant only for special modes of pursuit of the professional activity? No
    Can any of the above activities be shared with other regulated professions? No

    Details on regulatory change / Proportionality / Pre-existing requirement
    References: Law on Protection of Cultural Heritage (Official Gazette of RS, Nos. 16/08, 123/08, 8/11 - ORZVKD39, 90/12, 111/13, 32/16 and 21/18 - Norge), www.pisrs.si/Pis.web/pregledPredpisa?id=ZAKO4144, Rules o n the acquisition of titles in the field of cultural heritage protection (Official Gazette of RS, no . 47/18), pisrs.si/Pis.web/pregledPredpisa?id=PRAV13229
    Details (requirement introduced prior to 18.1.2016): Requirements have been introduced to persue the quality of cultural heritage protection as a public service.

Requirement #2

   
  • Requirement type

      Qualification requirement(s)
  • Requirement information

    Qualification #1

    Method to obtain qualifications: General Seconday Education
    Please describe the method to obtain qualification: An individual can obtain the profession of Conservation and restoration technician by successfully completing a general secondary education program according to the 5th level of the Slovenian Qualifications Framework (SQF).
    Duration of education: 4.0 year
    Mandatory traineeship: Yes
    Duration (number of months): 6.0
    Mandatory professional experience: No
    Mandatory State exam: Yes
    Are there other pathways to obtain qualifications? No

    Qualification #2

    Method to obtain qualifications: Vocational education secondary education level
    Please describe the method to obtain qualification: An individual can obtain the profession of Conservation and restoration technician by successfully completing a vocational secondary education program according to the 5th level of the Slovenian Qualifications Framework (SQF).
    Duration of education: 4.0 year
    Mandatory traineeship: Yes
    Duration (number of months): 6.0
    Mandatory professional experience: No
    Mandatory State exam: Yes

    Details on regulatory change / Proportionality / Pre-existing requirement
    References: Rules on the acquisition of titles in the field of cultural heritage protection (Official Gazette of RS, no. 47/18), pisrs.si/Pis.web/pregledPredpisa?id=PRAV13229, Decree on the introduction and use o f the classification system of education and training (Official Gazette of RS, Nos. 46/06 and 8/17), www.pisrs.si/Pis.web/pregledPredpisa?id=URED466
    Details (requirement introduced prior to 18.1.2016): Exercise of the profession is linked with specific knowledge skills and competences. With the qualification requirements for pursuing a profession we provide and safeguard the good quality of cultural heritage protection as a public service.
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