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Qualification: LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE (APOLYTIRIO GYMNASIOU)

LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE (APOLYTIRIO GYMNASIOU)

Qualification Information

Holders of a Lower Secondary School certificate:
Knowledge:

1. Have a good knowledge of vocabulary and the functions of the Greek language.
2. Understand the basic content of the subjects taught in high school.
3. Communicate in English at a moderate level.
4. Acquire basic knowledge for becoming active democratic citizens (concepts about constitution, environment, nutrition, hygiene, etc.).
Skills:
1. Use basic computer applications in all the subject areas (digital literacy).
2. Communicate orally and in writing with simple sentences in familiar environments.
3. Listen, read and understand simple texts.
4. Participate in environmental education programs, health education, sports, theatrical education.
Competences:
1. Act with limited autonomy at school or at work.
2. Possess the necessary knowledge to meet the requirements of study in Lykeio (upper secondary school).

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Qualification's Type

LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE (APOLYTIRIO GYMNASIOU)

Education Sector

Lower secondary education

Purpose

Basic

Duration

3 years

Source of further info: 

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NQF Level: 
2
Awarding body: 

Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs

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National occupation classification: 

ISCO 08

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Holders of Lower Secondary School Certificate may work either as self-employed in professional fields where professional license or special studies are not required or as employees in public or private sector.

Expiry date: 

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Access requirements: 

The Primary school graduates (Apolytirio Dimotikou) have access to this qualification.
Holders of Lower Secondary School Certificate have access:
-to Lykeio (GEL or EPAL)
-to Vocational Training Schools (S.E.K.) (level 3).

Ways to acquire: 

Formal education system