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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Academic Bachelor's degree in Tourism (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) work constructively in a group, master research methods and professionally inquire about new organisational and management models associated with the process of creating tourism packages, services and products, properly apply acquired expertise in creating offers and managing processes, and in the organisation and control over the distribution of offers to users,  delegate tasks and responsibilities in the work process,  perform professional work autonomously, in terms of planning and effectively controlling business process functions at a tourism organisation, develop communication skills in work with employees and business partners,  commit to professional ethics in relations with business partners, employees and clients, manage expert working groups, and develop skills and transfer them and other knowledge to employees at the operational level.   (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge of and understand basic events and concepts in the tourism sector, understand basic information systems concepts, understand central concepts and applied approaches to destination management, understand the basic concepts of corporate economics, resolve specific work problems with the help of contemporary professional methods for studying tourism destinations and/or products and the management of tourism organisations, link knowledge of tourism with knowledge from the fields of entrepreneurship, finance, management, marketing, law, culture, sociology, psychology, ge ...

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

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) be familiar with natural and cultural heritage of the countryside and strive to preserve it, be familiar with the cultural heritage of cities and surrounding areas, and the characteristics of cities, apply knowledge in communication with various publics, be responsible to the local and wider environment, create tourism products that do not harm the environment, understand the principles of sustainable tourism and operations in accordance with those principles, manage protected areas and tourism destinations, and understand the associated characteristics, understand the legal limits of operations in various branches of tourism, correctly interpret natural and cultural heritage with respect to groups of visitors, plan and manage adrenaline or more tranquil, family-oriented leisure-time activities in nature, manage people and groups, and understand their dynamics, understand tourism and the tourism sector in Slovenia, and the characteristics of the countryside and cities, master work with guests in adrenaline and adventure tourism activities, and ensure the safety of guests, organise culinary events, including in accordance with rules of protocol, understand the principles of culinary tourism, the characteristics of Slovenian culinary arts and possess the ability to interpret dishes, plan, monitor and analyse marketing and management work, anticipate consequences and search for the best solutions, possess the entrepreneurial knowledge required to manage a company, u ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Professional Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration (Event and Leisure Management), Company and Institution Manager (BAT)

    Programme objectives: The aim of the study programme is to educate highly qualified, creative, internationally competitive business, leisure, cultural and other event organisers, event marketers and enterprise executives. The study programme includes elements that promote the student's personal development, enhances their team working skills and their creativity Planned learning outcomes. Apply the theoretical and practical knowledge gained for the effective management of enterprises or institutions and structural units. Work in a team /group , delegate and coordinate the performance of tasks, motivate personnel. Lead and manage team/group work. Effectively plan and organise one's tasks and duties Independently acquire new knowledge. Analyse, systematise , synthesise and integrate the information gathered. Communicate and cooperate with employees, partners, owners, mass media, state and public organisations. Understand the correlations of enterprise's or institution's operations. Work out and implement a marketing strategy. Understand the enterprise's financial and technological indicators and make decisions to enhance the optimisation of the enterprise's or institution's functions. Apply management information systems to ensure proper management of the enterprise or institution. Has sound knowledge of normative enactments that regulate the functioning of enterprises or institutions. Effectively apply the latest forms of work organisation and IT. ...

    Awarding body- Turība University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  9. Professional Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration (Tourism and Hospitality Management), Company and Institution Manager (BAT)

    Programme Objectives: The aim of the study programme is to educate tourism and hospitality management specialists who are able to demonstrate basic and specialised knowledge relevant to the profession, make decisions and resolve problems; - take on responsibility and demonstrate initiative; - independently structure one's own professional development. - to provide consistent, close and mutually beneficial ties with the tourism sector enterprises in Latvia and abroad to ensure the compliance of the programme to the actual needs of the industry. Planned learning Outcomes: Study programme graduates: - understand and are able to interpret theoretical and practical aspects in the tourism and hospitality areas at the global and regional level; - demonstrate understanding of tourism organizational structures and tourism business; - understand the core essentials of creating and managing the tourism product offer; - understand business management and financial management processes; - able to carry out research work, work out development solutions for the industry and enterprises taking into account the principles of sustainable development; - able to practically resolve topical tourism and hospitality related issues by applying the knowledge gained in the fields of tourism and hospitality, business management, qualitative and quantitative research methods. - are to work in a team  and demonstrate initiative and creativity; - able to communicate using foreign languages for professional purposes and applyin ...

    Awarding body- Turība University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  10. Professional Bachelor degree in Tourism Management, Manager of Tourism and Leisure Organization (LiepU)

    Aim of the study programme: - to prepare highly qualified experts in the field of tourism, by paying special attention to the needs of Kurzeme region and further development thereof. To give students an opportunity to acquire a set of general knowledge, skills and attitudes that provide acquisition of professional qualification and further creative development as well as to improve competitiveness in changing social and economic circumstances and in the international labour market. Study results: - obtained theoretical knowledge necessary for the branch of Tourism and understanding of the most important rules and laws in Philosophy, History, Geography, Sociology, History of Culture, Inter-cultural Communication and Politics; - understanding of laws and ability to use knowledge in Economics, Business, Management Sciences and Market Sciences; - understanding of Business processes and factors influencing thereof; - ability to analyse and estimate financial activities of the enterprise; - ability to make decisions, strategically and analytically formulate and creatively solve problems arising in enterprises as well as to take responsibility for the results; - understanding of various tourism planning processes, ability to elaborate development plans for the tourism branch and enterprises; - understanding of tourism information centre, agency and operator working functions and principles as well as ability to conduct excursions according to methodological standards and to inform about the necessary security ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia

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