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Qualification: Organiser of wellness activities (no legal status)

Organiser of wellness activities (no legal status)

Qualification Information

A student is qualified to:

(general competences)

  • plan, prepare, carry out and control own work, and the work of others,
  • develops entrepreneurial characteristics, skills and behaviour,
  • carry out a self-assessment of work,
  • communicate with co-workers and experts, and advise users,
  • use technical terminology and communicate in one foreign language,
  • use contemporary information and communication technologies (ICT),
  • lead and/or participate in an expert team, and in the resolution of problems,
  • manage operations and administrative processes in the wellness sector, and maintain documentation,
  • supervise the work of an expert team and organise work in the wellness sector,
  • document, order and store materials, and ensure the maintenance of work means and equipment,
  • plan the organisation of internal education and training, and participate in the education and training of staff,
  • ensure the quality of work processes in the wellness sector,
  • monitor the development of the profession and draft expert proposals for the implementation of the latest developments in the wellness sector,
  • participate in the preparation of domestic and international projects,
  • ensure the rational use of energy, material and time, and
  • protect health and the environment, and be responsible for own security and the security of others.

(vocational-specific competences)

  • ensure the professionalism and quality of interpersonal and business communications, and demonstrate mastery of quality communication strategies, including at the inter-cultural level, with a positive attitude to diversity, and understand and accept people from different cultural backgrounds,
  • demonstrate knowledge of Slovene, English and/or German technical terms relating to the wellness sector,
  • use information and communication technologies (ICT) to search for references and literature, to independently process data, and draft and create official texts and in foreign language presentations,
  • systematically select, organise and store data and information, and process and analyse data using simple statistical methods,
  • recognise the meaning of basic legal concepts, use them and respect Slovenian law,
  • recognise and apply basic legal provisions regarding the wellness sector,
  • comprehensively manage the quality of services,
  • plan the implementation of destination management functions,
  • understand basic concepts and elements, and recognise wellness sector trends,
  • recognise the specifics of the wellness sector, as well as the different types of wellness tourism, and coordinate activities between different elements of the range of wellness services,
  • recognise a range of wellness services by individual wellness category, and create an appropriate range of wellness services with respect to market competition,
  • manage the work process in a wellness centre, monitor and control work in an expert team and the overall organisation of work,
  • serves as a member of an expert team in the planning, creation and marketing of new wellness services, products, programmes and goods,
  • plan and provide advisory services in the wellness sector,
  • demonstrate mastery of principles for resolving the dissatisfaction of customers and reclamations,
  • recognise the importance of promoting health in all stages of life, and promote health using integrated approaches in the wellness sector,
  • demonstrate knowledge of and provide advice regarding healthy eating to maintain general health, and inform users about safe, protective and balanced nutrition, and about the importance of specific nutrients for a healthy and active life,
  • provide advice regarding and plan physical exercise for an individual or group taking into account the specifics of an individual age group and of an individual disease,
  • analyse the management of stress and plan strategies to overcome stress,
  • implement methods for recognising and monitoring behavioural patterns,
  • demonstrate knowledge of and understand the planning and implementation of various cosmetic, care and relaxation processes for the comprehensive treatment of the face and body,
  • demonstrate knowledge of and understand a comprehensive approach to treating abnormalities and changes to the skin due to age, and other undesired changes to the skin,
  • stylishly advise users on the creation of an exterior image for various occasions, and
  • train users in the correct use of behavioural patterns in business and private communication, and in public appearances.

Reference Data

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  • Matura or vocational matura (previously school-leaving examination) or 
  • master craftsman’s, foreman’s and managerial examination, with an additional test of knowledge at the vocational matura level

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Students' knowledge is assessed by means of practical exercises and seminar papers, and also via products, projects, performances, services, etc. and by examinations. Examination performance is scored as follows: 10 (excellent); 9 (very good: above-average knowledge but with some mistakes); 8 (very good: solid results); 7 (good); 6 (adequate: knowledge satisfies minimum criteria); 5–1 (inadequate). In order to pass an examination, a candidate must achieve a grade between adequate (6) and excellent (10). 

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Students receive a diploma when they have completed the following: all compulsory modules and subjects totalling 67 credits, an elective module totalling 27 credits, free elective subjects (5 credits) and a diploma thesis (5 credits).

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Higher vocational school in cooperation with employers providing practical training.

NQF Level: 
6
Access requirements: 
  • Matura or vocational matura (previously school-leaving examination) or 
  • master craftsman’s, foreman’s and managerial examination, with an additional test of knowledge at the vocational matura level
Ways to acquire: 

Students receive a diploma when they have completed the following: all compulsory modules and subjects totalling 67 credits, an elective module totalling 27 credits, free elective subjects (5 credits) and a diploma thesis (5 credits).