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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. Interpreter and specialist for deaf-blind persons (no legal status)

    Candidates are able to: understand deafblindness and social and psychological implications of deafblindness identify the characteristics of individual groups of deaf-blind persons,the functioning of a social network and support environment for a deaf-blind user, develop successful continuing cooperation with a deaf-blind user and establish, maintain and expand the overall support network for an individual in cooperation with the competent institutions and relatives, use the intersectional approach to deal with deaf-blind people,ethical approaches and methods to deal with deaf-blind people, identify, select and use different successful methods to communicate with deaf-blind persons and understand the meaning of non-verbal communication, draw up an individualised plan in cooperation with a user and monitor their progress, operate technical and simple aids for deaf-blind persons and train deaf-blind persons independently on their use, render individualised services and make environmental adjustments for deaf-blind persons, identify the rights of deaf-blind persons and the Slovenian and European legislation governing deafblindness, provide maximum independence of a deaf-blind individual using different measures and activities, identify the needs of deaf-blind persons and identify and effectively resolve specific distress situations and problems as well as emergency situations of deaf-blind persons, accompany deaf-blind persons independently, efficiently and safely in different situations and circumstances, interpre ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Academic Bachelor's degree in social work (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to:  (general competences) know and understand concepts, theories and phenomena as well as the methods and procedures of social work. (For instance: social contexts, legal regulations, institutions, public policy and administration, human resources management and so on), analyse and synthesise. (For instance: analysing social phenomena and events; synthesising sectoral knowledge, understanding the links between the difficulties of individuals and the wider social context, recognising and removing systemic barriers), apply knowledge, procedures and methods. (For instance: application of knowledge and procedures of enhancing the power of users, jointly seeking and co-creating support networks, co-creation of working relations, advocacy and inclusion of underprivileged people; application of knowledge of the structural characteristics of marginalisation, use of various resources for support and help; use of research methodological tools; use of modern approaches and principles, coordination of work assignments and selection of methods and ways of working in accordance with the standards of the profession), think and act strategically. (For instance: joint planning and evaluation, predicting the development of events, differentiating between the essential and non-essential, co-creating longer-lasting solutions to fundamental problems, stance of advocacy), apply critical and ethical self-reflection in thinking and actions. (For instance: commitment to professional ethics in the social environm ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Master of social work in the field of social work with old people (no legal status)

    The student is qualified to:  analyse and synthesise knowledge of old age and ageing in modern society, envisage solutions and consequences of actions in social work with old people, master research methods in social work as well as procedures and processes in the area of social work with old people, develop critical and self-critical assessment, apply knowledge in practice, resolve the individual problems of old people arising in the community, institutions for old people and working environments in which older workers are employed, develop innovative programmes and methods of operation in social work with old people, perform professional work autonomously, develop skills in communication, public speaking and presenting opinions, reflect on ethics and be committed to professional ethics, be cooperative, work in a team or group and pursue community actions, make interdisciplinary links between different experts in the field of work with old people and coordinate the work of these experts with emphasis on accommodating the individual needs of the old person.   ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Master of social work in the field of social work with families (no legal status)

    The student is qualified to:  know and understand concepts, theories and phenomena as well as the methods and procedures of social work, analyse and synthesise knowledge of the family in modern society, since this enables a differentiated understanding of problems and is a cornerstone for co-creating viable solutions in social work with families, apply research methods in social work, and apply procedures and processes in the area of social work with families, think and act strategically, apply knowledge, procedures and methods in practice, apply critical and ethical self-reflection in thinking and actions, recognise, understand and respond to diversity, recognise and understand human hardships and crises tied to socially and personally determined circumstances, co-create desired outcomes with consideration for the user’s perspective, communicate, be innovative, work in a team, group and project, network, jointly manage and co-manage, work in an international and plural professional environment, be professional: ability of professional discipline, concern for own professional development, for the development, recognition and standing of the profession and communication of knowledge.   ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Master of social work in the field of social work (no legal status)

    The student is qualified to:  know and understand the fundamental values, principles and skills of modern participatory social work, know and understand the theory, approaches and methods of modern participatory social work in the area of psychosocial support and help (counselling work), know and understand the basic models and principles of a social state and social security, know and understand the basic sociological and humanist theories and concepts that are vital to social work, know and understand the fields of social work, especially the fields of social work in education, supervision in social work, the general development of theory and methods of social work, know and understand the basic laws of pedagogy and adult education, especially in terms of counselling work, synthesise the fundamental concepts of modern participatory social work and methods of enacting these concepts in the practice of indirect and direct social work (especially in the fields of education, supervisions, research, social policy etc.), synthesise social, legal, psychological and anthropological theory into the theories, methods and procedures of social work, synthesise legal, economic and political (and social) factors of social work into the practice of social work, synthesise different theories into personal theoretical matrices and approaches, methods and techniques into a personal style of work or collaboration (in the are of education, supervision etc.), use the language of modern participatory social work, use the methods a ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Social network organiser (no legal status)

    The student is qualified to:  (general competences) communicate and network and work flexibly in various social and cultural settings, use information and communication technology for effective support of the work and management of documentation, data and information, use Slovenian and a foreign language for effective and clear oral and written communication with all stakeholders in the working environment, think analytically and creatively for independent decision-making and problem-solving with flexible use of knowledge in practice, show self-initiative and express new ideas, adapt to new situations, be proactive and show initiative in work and be oriented to self-evaluation and constant improvement of own work, set own goals, plan and monitor own work and the work of others, be responsible for the quality and success of work performed and promote knowledge transfer, act in an enterprising way and take responsibility for self-study and lifelong learning based on critical and ethical self-reflection on own thinking and actions, (vocational-specific competences) clear understanding of the social protection field, empathy and communicational openness, sensitivity and openness to people and social situations and understanding and respect of diversity as a quality, understanding the links between the difficulties of individuals and the wider social context, recognition of systemic barriers and appropriate responses, recognition and understanding of human crises and hardships tied to socially and personally determi ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Master of social work in the field of social inclusion and justice in the area of handicap, ethnicity and gender (no legal status)

    The student is qualified to: (general competences) understand the basic theoretical concepts in the areas of handicap, human rights, multiculturalism, gender and their combined effects, perform critical research in social work, apply knowledge in practice and reflect critically, reflect critically on relevant legislation and public policy, understand the concepts of power, exclusion and inclusion, understand and apply the concepts of anti-discrimination and intercultural social work, understand tolerance and intolerance, prejudices, constructions of the other, alienation, social distance, reproduction of unequal opportunities and violence, know and be familiar with methods of social inclusion and pluralisation of programmes and services in social protection, (subject-specific competences) understand the concept of handicap and its social construction from the cultural and historical perspective, examine social inequalities and their impact on people’s everyday lives, analyse the existing network of social services and understand the processes of de-institutionalisation, understand the medical and social models, understand the economic, social, political and symbolic status of persons with handicaps in Slovenia and around the world, know and apply models and methods of social work with persons with handicaps to promote social inclusion and justice, understand the effect of media representations on the construction of handicap as a social category (stigmatisation), understand the concepts of ethnicity, forced mig ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Doctor of Science in the field of social work and counselling (no legal status)

    The student is qualified to:  (general competences) pursue creative and independent scientific research work and solve scientific problems, analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and consequences in the field of social work and social policy, reflect upon and apply critical, international and comparative perspectives, both in the treatment and analysis of scientific texts and in conducting own research work, understand and critically assess solutions for demanding and complex scientific research questions, apply demanding research methods, procedures and processes, have in-depth theoretical knowledge in the fields of comparative methodology, theories of social work and comparative perspectives in the field of diversity studies in social work, function in an international environment, and have developed communication and management abilities and skills, apply knowledge in practice, (subject-specific competences) resolve demanding scientific problems applying the methods and procedures in the field of social work, apply comparative analysis within research in social work and social policy, perform historical, critical and interdisciplinary analysis within selected areas of the discipline of social work and social policy, master coherently the given knowledge in the field of social work and social policy, link knowledge from various areas and applications, understand and apply critical analysis methods and development theories, and apply them in solving specific working problems, develop skills in the appli ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Master of social work in the field of mental health in the community (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to:  (general competences) critically assess modern theories and existing practices regarding mental health in the community, pursue autonomous professional community work with people with mental health difficulties, critically evaluate the existing mental health service in the community, plan and implement a practical innovative project based on evaluated needs, understand, critically evaluate and apply different methods of qualitative research, research together with users and other actors, understand gender and cultural issues in the context of mental health and anti-discriminatory principles, recognise and reflect on own prejudices, reflect on experiences during practical work and integrate theory and practice, introduce new knowledge to existing teams, apply relevant domestic and international resources, write scientific texts, cooperate in international scientific and practical work, (subject-specific competences) be familiar with the socio-political dimensions of mental health in the community, its legal aspects and scope for development, know of new forms of social services in Slovenia and abroad and the socio-political and economic processes involved in them, know the characteristics and special features of the more prominent systems of ensuring social security services in European countries, know the functioning of mental health institutions, know the labelling processes, organise support in the community following release from an institution (special social institutions, hospit ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Master of Sciencein the field of social work and counselling (no legal status)

    Graduates have: in-depth knowledge of social theories and are trained to apply them in the area of studying systems of social protection and social policy, in-depth knowledge of systemic theory, knowledge of the theory of help and mental health in the community, in-depth theoretical knowledge of social work at the community level and knowledge of the role of non-profit and voluntary organisations, in-depth methodological knowledge and are trained to conduct action, evaluation and qualitative research. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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