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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. Bodyguard (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan and organise own work make rational use of energy, material and time carry out preliminary protection tasks draw up a plan for the protection of the protected person protect persons ensure the quality and efficiency of work in the working environment in accordance with standards and the requirements of clients communicate with customers, co-workers and competent authorities develop entrepreneurial characteristics, skills and behaviour use modern information and communication technologies protect health and the environment ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Security engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) use acquired knowledge for successful professional communication in both domestic and international environments; apply knowledge from the field of legal regulations and special regulations in the profession to ensure legality, record and analyse a problem and anticipate operational solutions in an organisation's processes; demonstrate mastery of standard methods, procedures and processes in the performance of professional tasks;  manage and address specific work problems using standard technical methods and procedures;  develop a moral and ethical attitude, show accuracy and conscientiousness at work and show mastery of business etiquette; integrate knowledge from various fields when using and developing new technical solutions; continuously use information and communications technology in their own specific technical area of work;  lay the foundations for the autonomous development of professional identity, professional responsibility and professionalism; (vocationally specific competences) conduct analyses for work and the planning and organisation of private security and events for which special security measures are prescribed lead and direct the provision of private security services  participate in the coordination of agreements with clients  keep prescribed records and prepare reports conduct technical correspondence with state authorities  supervise the provision of private security services  ensure the conformity of security services with regulations, st ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Police officer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) ensure the quality and efficiency of work in the working environment in accordance with the standards and rules of the profession; use modern ICT effectively in the planning and implementation of work tasks; demonstrate understanding of professional and ethical responsibility and ensure personal and organisational integrity; demonstrate awareness of the importance of continuing and lifelong education and impart knowledge; make rational use of energy, material and time; protect health and the environment and take responsibility for own safety and the safety of others; keep abreast of the development of the profession and transfer knowledge into the working environment. (vocationally specific competences) protect and respect human rights and freedoms and make autonomous decisions during official actions (keeping in mind the rules of the profession, ethical principles and human dignity); autonomously lead police procedures and take responsibility for performing work well and for the work of others during performance of a joint task, which they lead until the end of the procedure; communicate with co-workers, customers, representatives of organisations, authorities and civil society in Slovene and at least one foreign language; protect life, personal safety and property and maintain public order; prevent, detect and investigate criminal offences and administrative offences, detect and detain the perpetrators of criminal offences and administrative offences and conduct ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Authorised security systems engineer (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, prepare and check own work develop entrepreneurial characteristics, skills and behaviour make rational use of energy, material and time study project/technical documentation, security situation report analyses, threat assessments, proposed security solutions and the demands of clients draw up a security project and individual plans for the implementation of security systems lead and supervise the execution of a project work in accordance with legislative and regulatory requirements and the requirements of users of private security services communicate with contracting entities, issuers of consents, external contractors, co-workers and state authorities, work in accordance with regulations on health and safety at work, fire safety and environmental safety ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Logistics engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) use acquired knowledge for successful professional communication in both domestic and international environments, record and analyse a problem and anticipate operational solutions in an organisation's processes, master standard methods, procedures and processes in technological processes, manage and resolve specific work problems relating to processes using standard technical methods and procedures, develop a moral and ethical sense for honesty, accuracy and conscientiousness at work, integrate knowledge from various fields when using and developing new applications, use ICT on a constant basis in their own specific professional field, (specific vocational competences) collect statistical data, define the special features of the market behaviour of transport companies in enterprise logistics, define the importance of prevention in order to ensure occupational health and safety, carry out analyses of vehicle fleets in a logistics system, lead and resolve work problems in the field of logistics systems, observe requirements for the safe and economical use of goods handling machinery in their work, plan the correct use of goods handling machinery in logistics processes, define a security environment and its impact on the provision of military defence, create connecting elements of knowledge from various fields and build it into specific applications in logistics organisations and other organisations with a strong logistics function, autonomously monitor the developme ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Security consultant (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, organise, lead and supervise the performance of jobs and tasks in the field of protection of people and property, supervise the functioning of a security system, direct the functioning of technical devices in security systems, supervise and direct the functioning of a security system for the protection of people and property, prepare, lead and supervise the execution of a project to create or upgrade a security system for the protection of people and property, make in-depth assessments of vulnerabilities, threats and security risks, draw up proposals of security solutions with regard to findings on vulnerabilities, threats and security risks, set up and supervise the functioning of a system for the protection of business secrets,  set up and supervise the functioning of a system for the protection of classified information,  advise on and lead the preparation or modification of contracts with providers of private security services and ensure their implementation,  communicate and cooperate with all subjects of a security organisational structure,  act in accordance with occupational health and safety regulations. ...

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

    Candidates will be able to: plan and prepare their own work and the work of others make rational use of energy, material and time analyse and plan private security organise and lead the lawful and professional provision of private security and ensure that activities proceed in an orderly manner perform security work and tasks relating to private security monitor, direct and supervise private security keep prescribed records and prepare notifications for state authorities ensure the quality of private security communicate with co-workers, clients, state authorities, professional associations and citizens use modern information and communication technologies ensure safe working conditions for security personnel ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Organiser of operations in the food services and tourism sectors (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) present a positive attitude to persons of different cultures, nationalities and social backgrounds, successfully and comprehensively transfer his/her knowledge to co-workers and team members, make independent decisions in problematic situations and methodically resolve practical problems, demonstrate commitment to his/her work, concern for his/her own development, and adjust to the various needs of the work process, demonstrate critical thinking, act and make decisions independently, consistently and in a principled manner, and motivate and encourage co-workers to think independently in the workplace. (vocational-specific competences) transfer theoretical knowledge regarding foreign languages, the economy, management, communication, law, information technology, ethnology, ecology, complementary tourism activities and gastronomy to solving practical cases, independently manage, plan, organise and supervise work processes and promote teamwork, use foreign languages to communicate with guests and to monitor technical literature relating to the food services and tourism sectors, demonstrate knowledge of basic economic principles and legal provisions relating to the food services and tourism sectors, independently apply in-depth knowledge of the economics, marketing and operations of organisations, independently use computer tools and contemporary food services-related software for the purpose of processing the data required to analyse operations and plan business pro ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. DIPLOMA OF FIRST LEVEL PROFESSIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION with professional qualification: State Police Junior Officer

    Learning outcomes are formulated in accordance with the relevant occupational standard and the strategic objectives of educational programmes outlined in the state standard of first level professional higher education. For more information, see the Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 141 “Regulations on the state standard of first level professional higher education” (adopted on 20.03.2001):  Read standard. Occupational standards:  Occupational standards register ...

    Awarding bodyValsts policijas koledža

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  10. DIPLOMA OF FIRST LEVEL PROFESSIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION with professional qualification: State Border Guard Junior Officer

    Learning outcomes are formulated in accordance with the relevant occupational standard and the strategic objectives of educational programmes outlined in the state standard of first level professional higher education. For more information, see the Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 141 “Regulations on the state standard of first level professional higher education” (adopted on 20.03.2001):  Read standard. Occupational standards:  Occupational standards register Competences:1. The knowledge necessary for performance of the basic tasks of the professional activity at the level of notion: 1.1. basic issues of political science; 1.2. basics of the world economic and social geography; 1.3. basics of economic theory. 2. The knowledge necessary for performance of the basic tasks of the professional activity at the level of understanding: 2.1. international agreements and international conventions binding upon the State Border Guard; 2.2. legal acts of the European Union in the field of justice and security; 2.3. constitutional rights; 2.4. rights and legal interests of individuals; 2.5. employment and social rights; 2.6. basics of human resource management; 2.7. administrative law; 2.8. criminal law; 2.9. Characteristics, scope of application and usage instructions of the information systems used in the State Border Guard; 2.10. typical trespassers’ behavior – visible characteristics; 2.11. tactical forensic methods and techniques in detection and investigation of criminal offences; 2.12. administra ...

    Awarding bodyValsts robežsardzes koledža

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia

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