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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. Forest cable operator (no legal status)

    Candidates are able to: organise, work and monitor work within the group in a working environment according to the work quality standards in forestry, operate cable yarders, equipment, materials, energy and time responsibly and economically, ensure their safety and the safety of others involved in the work process and protect the environment, communicate with various stakeholders taking into account the principles of efficient communication, use modern ICT as required in forestry, prepare yarders for harvesting and route the cable yarding on the map and on site, carry out tree felling of marked trees, climb trees and supports and mount skyline supports, handle wire ropes, assemble and disassemble a cable yarder, carry out harvesting with the yarder, carry out ongoing maintenance of the yarder and work equipment. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Forest thinner (no legal status)

    Candidate are able to: organise, work and monitor work within the group in a working environment according to the work quality standards in forestry, operate machines, appliances, equipment, materials, energy and time responsibly and economically, ensure their safety and the safety of others involved in the work process and protect the environment,  communicate with various stakeholders taking into account the principles of efficient communication,  use modern ICT as required in forestry, perform site preparation, prepare the operating tools and the site,  perform tree felling, cut trees, organise the site and implement forestry order, carry out work under special and extreme conditions. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Timber buyer/dispatcher (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: organise and implement their own work and oversee the work of a group, make responsible and economical use of equipment, materials, energy and time, behave entrepreneurially and ethically, communicate with various stakeholders, observing the principles of successful communication, use modern information and communication technologies, carry out measurements and classification of forest wood assortments, buy logs and forest wood assortments, dispatch forest wood assortments, implement the logistics of forest transport compositions. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Music editor (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan and organise their own work and the work of a team, ensure the quality and efficiency of own work in the working environment in accordance with regulations and standards, keep abreast of development of the profession, make rational use of energy, material and time, protect health and the environment, develop enterprise characteristics, skills and behaviour, communicate with co-workers, use modern ICT, computer equipment and software, create a draft content plan for music programmes, present music programmes, plan and conduct interviews with guests on music programmes, report on musical events, participate in the recording, processing and post-production of a music programme, take responsibility for regularly enriching the radio archive. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Forestry and hunting engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  (general competences) lead, plan and organise forestry and hunting activities and production,  work in a moral and ethical way involving honesty, accuracy and conscientiousness at work, protect the landscape, physical space and environment, cooperate in developing the profession and take on initiatives for introducing new features in the profession, use a foreign language to keep abreast of technical developments abroad and to communicate with professional terminology, use selected statistical methods for data processing, organise and manage work processes in forestry and hunting, communicate and reach agreements regarding business matters, decide autonomously in professional and business matters and solve technical issues concerning forestry and hunting, (specific vocational competences) formulate and implement forest cultivation plans, participate in formulating forest cultivation plans for a commercial unit, felling and hauling plans and commercial hunting plans, monitor the population development of wild animals and their alignment with the forest biotope, monitor and record the presence of rare animal and plant species and offer suggestions for their protection – including outside the forest and in the wider forest environment,  supervise areas in connection with acts and implementing regulations in the area of hunting and nature protection, independently organise, coordinate and manage work in forest companies and private estates, assure the quality of production processes and p ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Harvester operator for harvesting and transport of timber with forwarder (no legal status)

    Candidates are able to: plan and organise their work and work within a group, provide quality work and job performance in the working environment according to the standards, implement the principles of rational use of energy, material and time, carry out the work so as to not endanger themselves, others, property or the environment, act responsibly and ethically, communicate with different stakeholders, use modern ICT as required in forestry, carry out site preparation for harvesting, inspect the work site and asses and anticipate potential hazards and passability at the site, carry out machine logging, carry out machine pressing, tailoring and sawing of felled trees and sorting timber, transport timber with the forwarder, load and unload timber with the hydraulic loader onto the forwarder ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Forester (no legal status)

    Certificate holders will be able to:  plan and organise their own work, perform work in forests observing safety at work, perform felling, tree processing and bucking, haul and collect varieties and work on a loading ramp, fell and haul wood in special and extraordinary circumstances, maintain forest functions and forest roads and minor watercourses, maintain hand tools, chainsaws and accessories for work in forests and forest nurseries, cooperate in a group and communicate with co-workers, use information and communication technology to search, process and evaluate data in their work, act responsibly at the work place to ensure their own safety and health at work and to protect the environment, Elective:  selecting, sorting and mechanically processing wood and semi-products and cutting logs on machines for primary timber processing, performing supervision and monitoring the state of wild animals in hunting grounds, producing, tending and preserving seeds and producing seedlings of woody plants. Certificate holders supplement their key vocational knowledge and abilities with key general knowledge in line with national standards. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Forestry Technician (no legal status)

    Certificate holders will be able to:  plan, lead and monitor work in forest production and activities, perform high-quality work and assignments in cultivating and protecting forests, ensuring the ecological and social functions of forests and in forest tree propagation, perform high-quality planning of wild animal management, market forest wood products, produce high-quality felling and hauling plans, supervise work in a forest work site and keep records of work done, responsibly keep order in forests and obtain dendrometric parameters, use forestry machinery and equipment, while observing the regulations on safety at work, cooperate in a group and communicate in writing and orally with co-workers, experts and clients, using the basic professional terminology in the field of forestry, communicate with co-workers, clients and others in organising work, carrying out specific tasks and solving problems, use modern information and communication technology to communicate and to plan and organise cost-effective work and work procedures in the professional field, protect and rationally use natural energy sources and raw materials in performing forestry work. Elective:  selecting, sorting and mechanically processing wood and semi-products and cutting logs on machines for primary timber processing, performing high-quality planning for tree felling and hauling of forest timber varieties, obtaining seeds and producing forest tree seedlings, familiarity with forest flora and fauna and ecosystems of the forest landscape. C ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Master’s degree in forestry engineering (no legal status)

    Students will be able to:  (general competences) integrate a variety of fundamental and technical knowledge, chiefly in the natural science, technical and social studies fields, demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of forest ecosystems, work in a group and on projects, demonstrate environmental responsibility and an ethical attitude to nature, communicate with co-workers, owners and the public, pursue self-study and professional development, solve professional developmental problems and master the basics of research work, master modern IT and high-quality written communication, use modern tools and skills, analyse, synthesise and plan, (job-specific competences) comprehensively manage forests in terms of ecological, economic and social aspects, coordinate public and private interests in forest use, understand the dependence between forest growth areas, stands, ecological factors, the social environment and cultivation approaches, show familiarity with the morphological, horological, ecological and physiological characteristics of (forest) plants, the basics of genetics, forest seed production and nursery work, determine the production capacity of forest growth areas and research the structure of forest ecosystems, evaluate forest ecology data, solve forest cultivation problems, formulate forest replacement and rehabilitation plans, independently develop cultivation models, determine the value potential of forests and their exploitation, select and apply methods for analysing the habitat characteristics of wild g ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Forest tractor operator (no legal status)

    Candidates are able to: organise, work and monitor work within the group in a working environment according to the standards related to the quality of work in forestry, operate machines, appliances, equipment, materials, energy and time responsibly and economically, ensure their safety and the safety of others involved in the work process and protect the environment, communicate with various stakeholders taking into account the principles of efficient communication, use modern ICT as required in forestry, inspect the terrain for tractor harvesting and carry out a preliminary empty tractor drive, collect timber and operate a loaded tractor, prepare a location for the ramp and carry out sorting and tailoring, prepare the site and implement forestry order, participate in logging and harvesting also in special or extreme conditions by using a variety of forestry machinery. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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