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  1. Professional Bachelor's degree of Sports Training (no legal status)

    Students are capable of: (general competences) synthetic-analytical, creative thinking and problem solving, ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, cooperation and team work, developing communication skills, applying knowledge into practice, autonomy in professional work, (self-) criticism, (self-) reflection, (self-) evaluation and striving for quality, general knowledge, being able to communicate with experts from other professional and scientific areas, taking initiative/being ambitious, to have the values of continuous personal and professional improvement, having a sensitivity (awareness) for the natural and social environment, national culture, heritage, identity, multi-ethnicity and non-discrimination, basic information literacy skills and using IT, organisational and leadership skills in sport, time management and independent planning skills,  being aware of social systems, in particular processes in sports, sensitivity/open mind to people and social situations, understanding developmental law, differences and needs of individuals, understanding the institutional framework of work, understanding individual values and value systems, (programme-specific competences) understanding the areas of different sports, possessing coherent management of basic knowledge of sport training providing successful professional work and taking into consideration findings of borderline scientific areas in the process of training, successful and rational planning, preparing, organising, managing, evaluati ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Professional bachelor's degree in logistics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) record and analyse problems and anticipate operational solutions in an organisation's logistics processes, master standard methods, procedures and processes in logistics processes, apply acquired theoretical knowledge in practice, demonstrate autonomy in professional work, demonstrate a commitment to professional ethics, resolve specific work problems in the field of logistics processes using standard technical methods and procedures, develop skills and expertise in the application of knowledge in their specific professional field, use ICT on a constant basis in their own specific professional field, (subject-specific competences) resolve specific work problems in the field of logistics processes using standard technical methods and procedures, develop skills and expertise in the application of knowledge in their specific professional field, use ICT on a constant basis in their own specific professional field. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Tourism organiser (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) develop communication skills, with an emphasis on the international environment, demonstrate ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, demonstrate the capacity for cooperation, teamwork, project work and work in the local and international environment, autonomously search and obtain professional knowledge and integrate new knowledge with existing knowledge, autonomously work in a professional manner and adopt business decisions, (subject-specific competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of factors at tourism destinations, critically assess developments relating to tourism destination management, search for and interpret fresh information, and apply it in the context of the tourism profession, demonstrate understanding of and understand the foundations and history of tourism, and business organisational sciences, demonstrate knowledge of and understand the tourism profession and tourism destination management, solve specific problems related to destination management using the appropriate methods and approaches, plan, organise and monitor relationships and processes in the social and economic environment at the local level, with an emphasis on sustainable development, recognise and consider the characteristics of international market segments and the macro-environmental characteristics of tourist emitting markets. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Tourism organiser (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

    A student masters: (general competences) cognitive competences that are the basis for understanding, drawing logical completion and anticipating, personal competences that are the basis for individual maturing, the development of responsibility and achieving maturity, operational competences are the basis for functional effectiveness and literacy, relationship competences that develop reciprocity and cooperation, managerial competences that are the basis for developing managerial and leading organisational roles, organisational competences that are the basis for the use and coordination of available resources in time and space, and business competences that are the basis for the use and assessment of economic and commercial resources. (subject-specific competences) understanding the functioning of tourism systems in specific global social situations and the ability to analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of events in the tourism sector, performance of action studies and applied research in the area of tourism events at the local, regional and international levels, knowledge and understanding of the foundations of tourism, humanistic, sociological and business sciences in historical and specific social situations, ability to apply theoretical findings from the tourism sector in a specific environment, and the ability to link knowledge from various areas, and to apply it in the domestic and international business environments, ability to manage the communication process with the help ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Tourism graduate (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) recognise, record, analyse and synthesise problems in specific work tasks at tourism companies and organisations, and at local and global tourism destinations, master research regarding the performance of operational tasks to ensure the increased effect of a performed task, develop critical and self-critical assessment, identify and rectify errors in services, apply acquired knowledge in work practice,  develop communication skills in work with clients, work in a team or group, and constantly develop the skills needed to perform tasks.  (subject-specific competences) understand the importance of the concept of tourism as a sociological and economic phenomenon, acquire general knowledge about tourism as a separate service activity, recognise the most important local and international tourism regions, understand the basic management and economics of a company, understand the basic principles of planning and managing a tourism destination and tourism structures, be familiar with the concept of human resources, and the rational treatment and management thereof, plan and develop a comprehensive market communication strategy, master the basic principles and skills of communication in tourism, understand and develop communication competences in a foreign language, and enhance linguistic knowledge and terminology from the tourism sector, understand basic theories from tourism law, understand basic information technologies and the specifics of information solutions in the ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Organiser of operations in the hotel management and tourism sectors (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) solve complex technical work tasks and problems on the basis of acquired expertise, responsibly, independently and critically assess, make decisions and manage, understand and apply economic and legal knowledge and the principles of corporate operations, manage projects, develop moral values, self-initiative and a positive attitude regarding diversity, work in a group, manage teams and resolve conflicts, understand the role and specifics of the food services and tourism sectors, and master horizontal and vertical value-added chains in the food services and tourism sectors, stage events and understand protocol, recognise the characteristics of the range of tourism services at the national and local levels, and recognise those responsible for the development of tourism and their organisational structure, and master communication skills in the international environment. (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge of and understand the macro and microeconomic principles of corporate operations and the basic rules for setting prices, and analyse a company’s performance, understand the basics and importance of law and codes of ethics, and demonstrate knowledge of and apply principles in the tourism sector, understand and apply statistical methods, and interpret them as appropriate, demonstrate knowledge of complementary tourism activities and their specific characteristics on the tourism market, analyse tourism supply and demand, and know how to monitor the de ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Tourism organiser (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) master research methods, procedures and processes, develop critical and self-critical assessment, autonomously search and obtain professional knowledge and integrate new knowledge with existing knowledge, autonomously work in a professional manner and adopt business decisions, develop ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, develop cooperativeness, the ability to work in a group in the domestic, international and inter-cultural environments, (subject-specific competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of events in the tourism sector, management and marketing, apply knowledge of tourism, management and the economy in practice, demonstrate knowledge of and understand the foundations and history of tourism, economic, managerial and commercial sciences, coherently master basic knowledge, link knowledge from various areas, and apply it in the domestic and international business environments, search for and interpret fresh information, and apply it in the context of the tourism profession, understand the basic structure of the fundamental discipline and the links between sub-disciplines, develop skills in the application of knowledge in a specific vocational field, and use information and communication technologies and systems in the tourism sector. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Tourism mediator (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) master research methods, procedures and processes, develop critical and self-critical assessment, autonomously search for and obtain professional knowledge, and integrate new knowledge with existing knowledge, develop communication skills, in particular for communicating in the international and inter-cultural environments (in the native language, two foreign languages at an advanced level and in a third foreign language at an intermediate level), develop ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, develop cooperativeness and the ability to work in a group, including in the international and inter-cultural environments, and resolve specific work problems through the application of scientific methods and procedures. (subject-specific competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of events in the tourism sector, marketing and inter-cultural communications, apply knowledge of tourism sciences, marketing and communication in practice, demonstrate knowledge of and understand the foundations and history of tourism, humanistic, sociological and commercial sciences, coherently master basic knowledge, link knowledge from various areas, and apply it in the domestic and international business environments, integrate and interpret fresh information in the context of the tourism profession, understand the basic structure of the fundamental discipline and the links between sub-disciplines, understand and apply critical analysis me ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Academic bachelor's degree in sports training (no legal status)

    Students are capable of: (general competences) team work and good communication, flexible use of knowledge in practice, application of general educational strategies of conduct, knowledge and understanding of development laws, differences and needs of individuals, understanding individual values and value systems, knowledge of code of ethics and expertise, general organisational skills, knowledge and understanding of the institutional framework of work (requirements, legislation, documents, legal aspects of work in sports), information literacy, communication in a foreign language, knowledge of first aid, (specific competences) understanding the basic anthropological and kinesiological aspects in sport, knowledge of health aspects in sport, knowledge of physiological aspects in sport, knowledge of basic biomechanical aspects of sport, application of theoretical concepts of sports training, knowledge and understanding of the organisation of sport, people skills/being open-minded, consideration of the social circumstances of sport, mastering sport skills, knowledge and competitive experience in the selected sports industry, planning, organisation, implementation and supervision of sports training, knowledge about athletes and their development characteristics, knowledge of educational and didactic aspects of the process of exercise, management of appropriate diagnostic procedures in the field of expertise, understanding and application of the rules of officiating in the selected sports industry, understanding and ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Professional Bachelor's degree in Cosmetic Science (no legal status)

    Students are capable of: (general competences) acquiring knowledge and understanding the basic concepts and methods, understanding the innovations in the field of expertise, critically analysing, synthesising and predicting results and consequences, learning about research methods, procedures and processes, collecting and interpreting data, developing critical and self-critical judgement, applying knowledge in practice and solving problems, developing communication skills, especially communication in the international environment, cooperating, team work (in an international environment), ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, (programme-specific competences) performing accurate procedures of cosmetic care and individual counselling, learning about the effects of age, sex, nutrition and environment on the effects of cosmetics, preparations and procedures, learning about different processes and procedures of preparing cosmetic products according to the composition and ingredients of substances, action mechanisms and their effects on the body (improvement of skin tone, functioning of sebaceous glands, prevention of allergies, etc.), learning about the ratio between the dose and the effect of a cosmetic product, learning about physiological and therapeutic effects of various physical agents on the human organism and choosing the right agent, their application and dosage, knowledge of the purposes and therapeutic effects of various classical massage techniques, special massage techniques, lymphati ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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