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The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) is a translation tool that helps communication and comparison between qualifications systems in Europe. Its eight common European reference levels are described in terms of learning outcomes: knowledge, skills and competences. This allows any national qualifications systems, national qualifications frameworks (NQFs) and  qualifications in Europe to relate to the EQF levels. Learners, graduates, providers and employers can use these levels to understand and compare qualifications awarded in different countries and by different education and training systems.

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  1. Doctorate in "Lifelong Learning & Special Education". Department of Educational and Social Policy. Faculty of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts. University of Macedonia.

    Knowledge: Doctors have (a) increased specialized knowledge over a specific cognitive domain in relation to PPS "Lifelong Learning and Special Education" and of other relevant interdisciplinary subjects, (b) specialized knowledge over the current scientific, educational, and research developments, and (c) increased critical perception of the various subjects of the cognitive domain of Lifelong Learning and Special Education. Skills: The doctors are capable of (a) applying with ease the theories and methodological approaches of the specialized subject of their doctorate, with a critical and creative way, to their own research, study, and work, (b) applying to the educational and research practice the specialized knowledge obtained through their doctorate, (c) evaluating, interpreting and promoting modern scientific research and studies, which are relevant to the scientific field of their doctorate, and (d) documenting their positions using scientific criteria, with clarity, sufficiency, and accuracy. Competences: The doctors are capable of (a) applying with professionalism the specialized knowledge and competence obtained through their doctorate, (b) dealing effectively with new, interdisciplinary issues, (c) contributing significantly to the development of knowledge and practices in the educational, vocational, and business field, and (d) undertaking autonomously the responsibility for the education / further learning / teaching in the field of Lifelong Learning and Special Education. ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  2. Master's Degree in "Lifelong Learning & Special Education". Department of Educational and Social Policy. Faculty of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts. University of Macedonia.

    Knowledge: The graduates of the Postgraduate Studies Programme with the Direction of Lifelong Learning acquire knowledge in the fields of Lifelong Learning and Adult Education. Specifically, they acquire specialized knowledge on the following cognitive domains: - concept of Lifelong Learning (LLL), of psychology, and of adult learning; - teaching methodology for adult education; - design, implementation, and evaluation of micro-teaching, as well as of programmes of vocational education, training, and further learning; - education and development of human resources and organization, administration, and financial management of organisations or bodies of adult education and LLL; - consulting and vocational orientation in LLL;- policy of the European Union for LLL and the linking of adult education with the labour market; - ICTs in adult education and LLL. Skills: The graduates of the Postgraduate Studies Programme with the direction of Lifelong Learning are capable of: - designing, implementing, and evaluating programmes of vocational education, training, and further learning; - participating in human resource development programmes; - managing issues of consulting and vocational orientation. In addition, they acquire research skills about the above cognitive domains. Competences: Upon completing the Postgraduate Studies Programme with the Direction of Lifelong Learning, the graduates acquire specialized compe ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  3. Bachelor's Degree in Educational and Social Policy. Pathways: a) Continuing Education, b) Education of individuals with Special Needs. Department of Educational and Social Policy. Faculty of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts. University of Macedonia.

    Knowledge: Within the context of their undergraduate studies in the Direction of Continuous Education, students acquire a cohesive and integrated body of knowledge in the fields of Lifelong Learning and adult education. Specifically, they develop advanced knowledge and critical understanding with regard to the following: - theoretical models for adult education; - importance of Lifelong Learning in Greece, in Europe, and internationally; - design and structuring of lifelong programmes; - methods for evaluating programmes;- didactic and adult methodology models;- principles and actions for a consulting career and the development of human resources; - principles for the organisation and management of bodies and organisations of lifelong learning and adult education. In addition, within the context of their undergraduate studies in the Direction of Continuing Education, students are capable of the following: Skills:- communicate effectively when working in groups, and specifically with adults; - solve problems through their engagement with research work, and analyse case studies in order to develop decision-taking skills at the same time; - develop critical thinking and critical reflection, both through their theoretical courses, and through experiential / participatory activities. Competences: - transmit the knowledge and apply the skills acquired in the context of their studies at a professional level, and in the fields of their work; - design, structure, and implement adult education and lifelong lear ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece