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  1. upper secondary partial vocational qualification

    (which is bound to secondary school leaving examination and may be acquired in the VET provided outside the school system)Respective descriptor-content from the HuQF grid: 1. Knowledge - knows basic facts and concepts related to a given field of work or study, understands key processes and correlations; knows the language and terminology of a given field, preferably in a foreign language as well; knows and understands the conceptual correlations and structure of his field of interest; understands the correlations of complicated, multi-factor phenomena; is familiar with the methods necessary for employing the facts, concepts, correlations and procedures of a given field.2. Skills - able to apply knowledge related to a field of work or study in an unusual context; able to think systematically, and use certain forms of abstraction; able to gather new information, and process it independently; able to plan and implement his/her learning and problem-solving strategy on his own and make the necessary corrections; able to identify problem situations in his/her field of work or study and articulate adequate proposals for solving them.3. Attitudes - open to undertaking new tasks; able to assess possibilities; consider risks, alternatives and consequences; is capable of making compromises; follows ethical and legal norms in decision-making situations, understands the correlations between values, behaviour and lifestyle; committed to the profession and to quality work; keen on continuous self-education and applies its pro ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  2. upper secondary vocational qualification

    (which is bound to secondary school leaving examination and may be mainly acquired in the VET provided outside the school system)Respective descriptor-content from the HuQF grid: 1. Knowledge - knows basic facts and concepts related to a given field of work or study, understands key processes and correlations; knows the language and terminology of a given field, preferably in a foreign language as well; knows and understands the conceptual correlations and structure of his field of interest; understands the correlations of complicated, multi-factor phenomena; is familiar with the methods necessary for employing the facts, concepts, correlations and procedures of a given field.2. Skills - able to apply knowledge related to a field of work or study in an unusual context; able to think systematically, and use certain forms of abstraction; able to gather new information, and process it independently; able to plan and implement his/her learning and problem-solving strategy on his own and make the necessary corrections; able to identify problem situations in his/her field of work or study and articulate adequate proposals for solving them.3. Attitudes - open to undertaking new tasks; able to assess possibilities; consider risks, alternatives and consequences; is capable of making compromises; follows ethical and legal norms in decision-making situations, understands the correlations between values, behaviour and lifestyle; committed to the profession and to quality work; keen on continuous self-education and applies ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  3. vocational qualification built on a certain qualification in higher education

    Qualifications of higher vocational education and training can be obtained by those who have the following competences: 1) knowledge - Having general and trade specific, theoretical and practical knowledge that one can systematise. Having solid knowledge in the practical methods and tools necessary to a high-quality extended performance at a given trade. Being aware of the trade-related terminology in one’s mother tongue, and having basic language skills in at least one foreign language. 2) skills - Fulfilling jobs related to one’s qualification. Planning and realising job-related tasks by choosing and applying the necessary methods and tools. 3) attitudes - Being open to new results and innovation of the field, striving for getting to know and applying them. Accepting and mediating genuinely the social role and the values of one’s trade. Being open to professional co-operation with experts in further fields of the trade. 4) autonomy and responsibilities - Working independently with continuous self-reflection. Taking responsibility for the work of one’s own and of the professional group’s that one leads. Pre-conditions for the admission to the training: Admission to higher vocational education and training programmes requires one to pass the secondary school leaving exam. The higher education institutions can bind admissions to reasonable requirements and the fulfilment of tests, exams related to health, profession and aptitude; results of secondary studies and the secondary school leaving exam; and the attainm ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary

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