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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. VOCATIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE (I.E.K.) CERTIFICATE (PISTOPOIITIKO EPAGGELMATIKIS KATARTISIS EPIPEDOU 1 – I.E.K.)- SPECIALTY: PRIVATE SECURITY PERSONNEL

    Knowledge • Analyze information that enable them to understand their work field.• Possess the content, the specific principles and concepts of their specialty. • Understand the required procedures in their field of work and/or study. • Possess at an adequate level the methods and procedures of the new technologies. • Know the safety and hygiene requirements and the relevant actions for their specialty. Skills • Hold the cognitive and practical skills relevant to their specialty. • Apply specialized techniques in their field of expertise. • Solve specific problems that arise in their working environment. • Have communication skills at a specialized level in subjects of their expertise. • Handle adequately the required technological equipment of their specialty. Competences • Operate with autonomy in their field of work.• Engage effectively in group work.• Act within the scope of their specialty according to the principles of the professional ethics. ...

    Awarding bodyE.O.P.P.E.P. (National Organisation for the Certification of Qualifications & Vocational Guidance)

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  2. VOCATIONAL TRAINING DIPLOMA (DIPLOMA EPAGGELMATIKIS EIDIKOTITAS I.E.K.)- SPECIALTY: SECURITY SERVICES EMPLOYEE

    Knowledge • Know the special principles and concepts, the content and scientific vocabulary of their specialty. • Analyze information that enables them to understand their work field.• Possess at an adequate level the methods and procedures of the new technologies. • Know the safety and hygiene requirements and the relevant actions for their specialty. Skills • Hold a wide range of cognitive and practical skills of their specialty. • Apply with fluency a range of specialized techniques in their field of expertise. • Solve in a creative manner specific problems that arise in their working environment. • Have communication skills at the level of theoretical and technical information in subjects of their expertise. • Handle with expertise the required technological equipment of their specialty. Competences • Operate with autonomy in their field of work and have the ability to supervise others, depending on their specialty and in the context of their duties.• Engage effectively in group work.• Act within the scope of their specialty according to the principles of the professional ethics. • Develop initiatives in specific fields of their specialty. ...

    Awarding bodyE.O.P.P.E.P. (National Organisation for the Certification of Qualifications & Vocational Guidance)

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  3. VOCATIONAL TRAINING DIPLOMA (DIPLOMA EPAGGELMATIKIS EIDIKOTITAS I.E.K.)- SPECIALTY: MUSEUM AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES GUARD

    Knowledge • Know the special principles and concepts, the content and scientific vocabulary of their specialty. • Analyze information that enables them to understand their work field.• Possess at an adequate level the methods and procedures of the new technologies. • Know the safety and hygiene requirements and the relevant actions for their specialty. Skills • Hold a wide range of cognitive and practical skills of their specialty. • Apply with fluency a range of specialized techniques in their field of expertise. • Solve in a creative manner specific problems that arise in their working environment. • Have communication skills at the level of theoretical and technical information in subjects of their expertise. • Handle with expertise the required technological equipment of their specialty. Competences • Operate with autonomy in their field of work and have the ability to supervise others, depending on their specialty and in the context of their duties.• Engage effectively in group work.• Act within the scope of their specialty according to the principles of the professional ethics. • Develop initiatives in specific fields of their specialty. ...

    Awarding bodyE.O.P.P.E.P. (National Organisation for the Certification of Qualifications & Vocational Guidance)

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  4. Officers' Degree. Hellenic Police Officer School. Police Academy. Hellenic Police Headquarters.

    The trainees, following their graduation shall be capable of the following: Knowledge:• identify and understand the principles of the Legal Science and interpret the clauses of the Criminal and Procedural Law, and of the entire applicable legislation;        • discern and specify the numerous subjects and responsibilities of the Hellenic Police and describe practices relevant to police methodology;                                 • identify the parts and rules for using the firearms used by the Hellenic Police;                    • understand the basic principles of management.                              Skills - Competencies:                                         • organize and plan issues falling into their police capacity;                                                      • perform their interrogating duties within the context of prosecuting and fighting crime;                • use firearms, as per the applicable legislation;                                                            • respond to crises and manage them according to their duties;                • communicate with the civilian, with the purpose of protecting society;                                       • assign roles and duties to their subordinates;                                       • develop during their work and career a group spirit and the sense of upholding moral values. Through training in the Officers' Academy, the graduates can evaluate the various situations during their service and properly apply the Constitution and th ...

    Awarding bodyHellenic Police Officer School

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  5. Constable's Degree. Hellenic Police Constable School. Police Academy. Hellenic Police Headquarters

    The trainees, following their graduation shall be capable of the following: Knowledge: • identify and understand the principles of the Legal Science and interpret the clauses of the Criminal and Procedural Law, and of the entire applicable legislation; • discern and specify the numerous subjects and responsibilities of the Hellenic Police and describe practices relevant to police methodology; • identify the parts and rules for using the firearms used by the Hellenic Police. Skills - Competencies: The trainees, following their graduation shall be capable of the following: • apply pertinent law; • organize and plan issues falling into their police capacity; • perform their interrogating duties within the context of prosecuting and fighting crime; • use firearms, as per the applicable legislation; • respond to crises and manage them according to their duties; • communicate with the civilian, with the purpose of protecting society; • develop during their work and career a group spirit and the sense of upholding moral values. Through training in the Constables' Academy, the graduates can evaluate the various situations during their service and properly apply the Constitution and the valid Law, having realised their mission, as state functionaries and social factors. ...

    Awarding bodyHellenic Police Constable School

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece