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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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Qualifications that are part of national qualifications framework are listed on this page. You can scroll down to find all information. Filter by Subject Field, EQF level and Location and you will find more detailed information on qualifications, and a link to the national database. The qualifications are part of national qualifications frameworks that have formally referenced to the EQF

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  1. Forest and Environmental Resources Technician

    Take part in the management, operation and protection of forest areas, duly respecting the legislation in force and the applicable safety, hygiene and health in forestry work standards. ...

    Awarding body Agência Nacional para a Qualificação e o Ensino Profissional, I.P.

    Category: Qualifications Location: Portugal
  2. Forest cable operator (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan and organise own work, ensure the quality and efficiency of own work in the working environment in accordance with regulations and standards, make rational use of energy, material and time, protect health and the environment, develop enterprising characteristics, skills and behaviour, communicate with co-workers and representatives of institutions, use modern information and communication technologies, assemble and disassemble cable devices, haul logs using cable devices, maintain cable devices. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. 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
  4. Forest cultivator (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, prepare, carry out and check own work, make rational use of energy, material and time, protect health and the environment, communicate with representatives of professional services and with clients, perform thinning of thinner trees, prepare the forest floor for rejuvenation, artificially regenerate forest, tend forests, perform measures to ensure ecological and social functions, perform forest protection, perform maintenance work on forest and hauling roads, perform urgent maintenance work on small watercourses within forest areas and on landslip and erosion areas. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Forest cultivator (no legal status)

    Candidates are able to: organise and implement work within a group,  operate machines, 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, carry out site preparation for felling, carry out felling of thinning trees as part of silviculture up to the pole stand development stage, prepare forest soil and composition for natural rejuvenation, renew the forest by planting and sowing, carry out preservation work in the forest, implement measures to ensure ecological and social functions, implement forest protection measures, to carry out maintenance work of forest roads and pathways, to carry out urgent maintenance work of smaller watercourses in the forest area, on landslides and erosion areas, ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Forest Fire-fighter

    Prepare and perform tasks related to the protection of forests against fire, to the maintenance and protection of forest areas, duly regarding safety, hygiene and health at work standards, and environmental protection standards, while participating and interacting in the team work. ...

    Awarding body Agência Nacional para a Qualificação e o Ensino Profissional, I.P.

    Category: Qualifications Location: Portugal
  7. Forest manager (m/f)

    Type of qualification This qualification is a dual vocational education and training (3-year and 3½-year training course). The vocational education and training system is highly significant in Germany. Central importance in this regard is attached to training within the dual system, which facilitates access to many areas of occupational activity for which in other countries training at an institute of higher education is required. The system is described as “dual” because training is conducted at two independent training venues, the company and the vocational school. Training combines the acquisition of theoretical knowledge and practically related competences with company practice. Successful completion of training confers the right directly to exercise the occupation in question as a qualified skilled worker in a state recognised training occupation. It also leads to the subsequent opportunity to access a wide range of upgrading training. Those completing training hold the professional skills, knowledge and competences (employability skills) necessary for the exercising of a qualified occupational activity. They are in possession of competences for the autonomous planning and processing of professional tasks assigned within a comprehensive area of learning or field of occupational activity which is subject to change. Description of the qualification (learning outcomes) Establish, protect and manage forest stocks, Conserve, protect and develop particular habitats, Lay out and manage protected environments and ...

    Awarding bodycompetent body for vocational education and training in agriculture

    Category: Qualifications Location: Germany
  8. Forest Operator

    Prepare and perform tasks related to the maintenance, protection and operation of woody and non-woody material, as well as tasks related to hunting activities in forest areas, in order to ensure the sustainable management of such areas, while complying with safety, hygiene, and health in forestry work standards, and with environmental protection standards. ...

    Awarding body Agência Nacional para a Qualificação e o Ensino Profissional, I.P.

    Category: Qualifications Location: Portugal
  9. Forest thinner (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, prepare, carry out and check own work, make rational use of energy, material and time, protect health and the environment, communicate with representatives of professional services and with clients, perform preparatory work, perform tree thinning, prepare the finished trunk, clean up the site and implement forest regulations, perform work in special and extraordinary circumstances. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. 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

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