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  1. Materials Engineering- Universidade de Aveiro

    At the end of the 1st cycle, Materials Engineering graduates will have gained knowledge of the structures of materials, their properties, the relationship between the two and how to proceed to manufacture products. This provides an adequate basis for carrying out functions related to the actual production of objects (ceramic, metallic, polymeric and composite objects). The degree programme in materials engineering at Aveiro University is based upon three pillars, namely: structures-properties-processing.While the 1st cycle degree programme provides the basic competences and skills for the training of a Materials Engineer, it is characterised by a curricular flexibility which allows students to continue their studies at the 2nd cycle level with specialisations corresponding to a Masters Degree in Materials Engineering or in Ceramics and Glass Engineering. Although study programmes are taught in Portuguese, teaching staff will be able to provide tutorial-type support in English and will provide English language recommended lists. ...

    Provider NameUniversidade de Aveiro

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal, Centro (P)
  2. Materials Enginering- Universidade de Lisboa, Instituto Superior Técnico

    With a three year duration, the Degree in Engineering Sciences - Materials Engineering, provides sound scientific preparation in basic areas: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. This basic preparation is complemented by a set of common disciplines of Materials Science and Technology and a significant number of optional disciplines. Arising from the cooperation work with other Portuguese Universities that teach the same course, it offers uncommon and enriching opportunities in terms of sharing of experiences with other realities. This is the result of work carried out in cooperation with other Portuguese Universities with expertise in the same field. This course offers thus unique and enriching opportunities to exchange experience with other realities. ...

    Provider NameUniversidade de Lisboa

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal, Lisboa
  3. Cookery and Food Production- Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril

    The Degree in Cookery and Food Production aims at preparing staff to perform operational tasks (knowing how to do). Its goals also include learning how to manage food production and learning how to adapt to new realities. Regime: Working hours and after working hours. ...

    Provider NameEscola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal, Lisboa
  4. Wood Technologies- Instituto Politécnico do Porto, Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão de Felgueiras

    The profile of the programme comprises the development of the technical-scientific knowledge and professional skills in the study areas of Wood Technologies. ...

    Provider NameInstituto Politécnico do Porto

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal, Norte
  5. Professional Courses of Fashion Design Technician

    Professional courses are secondary level courses and aim at the development of personal and professional skills, preparing the students who attend them to enter the job market or to access post-secondary education or higher education, if that is their will. The courses in operation are integrated in several areas of education and training. These courses have a curricular structure organized by modules, which allows greater flexibility and respect for the learning rhythms of each student. The curricular matrix of the Professional Courses integrates components of socio-cultural, scientific and technical formation. The socio-cultural training component aims to contribute to the construction of students' personal, social and cultural identity; The scientific training component aims at acquiring and developing a set of scientific knowledge and basic skills of the respective course. The technical training component aims to acquire and develop a set of knowledge of a technological, technical and practical nature, structuring the professional qualification aimed at. This last component of training must include in-service training, in order to acquire and develop technical, relational and organizational skills relevant to professional qualification. It should also be noted that some of the programs of the Professional Courses are already organized, in terms of the technical component, according to the training guidelines of the National Qualification Framework (NQF). This learning opportunity corresponds to the qualifi ...

    Provider NameEscola Secundária Marques de Castilho, Águeda

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal
  6. Professional Courses of Fashion Design Technician

    Professional courses are secondary level courses and aim at the development of personal and professional skills, preparing the students who attend them to enter the job market or to access post-secondary education or higher education, if that is their will. The courses in operation are integrated in several areas of education and training. These courses have a curricular structure organized by modules, which allows greater flexibility and respect for the learning rhythms of each student. The curricular matrix of the Professional Courses integrates components of socio-cultural, scientific and technical formation. The socio-cultural training component aims to contribute to the construction of students' personal, social and cultural identity; The scientific training component aims at acquiring and developing a set of scientific knowledge and basic skills of the respective course. The technical training component aims to acquire and develop a set of knowledge of a technological, technical and practical nature, structuring the professional qualification aimed at. This last component of training must include in-service training, in order to acquire and develop technical, relational and organizational skills relevant to professional qualification. It should also be noted that some of the programs of the Professional Courses are already organized, in terms of the technical component, according to the training guidelines of the National Qualification Framework (NQF). This learning opportunity corresponds to the qualifi ...

    Provider NameEscola Secundária Marques de Castilho, Águeda

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal
  7. Carpenter / Finishing Carpenter- Adult Education and Training Course (EFA)

    The Adult Education and Training Courses (AET Courses) are an offer of education and training for adults who want to raise their qualifications. These courses are developed according to dual certification courses and, where appropriate, to the profile and life history of adults, only for school qualification. These courses also offer the possibility of acquiring school qualifications and / or professional competences, with a view to (re) insertion or progression in the labor market. Adults who already hold the 3rd cycle of ensino básico or the secondary level of education that wish to obtain a double certification may, whenever appropriate, develop only the technological training component of the corresponding AET course. This learning opportunity corresponds to the qualification of Carpenter / Finishing Carpenter (543123) Execute, assemble, repair and lay constructive elements in wood and wood-derivatives, using hand tools, electric-hand tools, and machine tools. ...

    Provider NameEscola Básica e Secundária de Anadia

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal
  8. Professional Courses of Food Quality Control Technician

    Professional courses are secondary level courses and aim at the development of personal and professional skills, preparing the students who attend them to enter the job market or to access post-secondary education or higher education, if that is their will. The courses in operation are integrated in several areas of education and training. These courses have a curricular structure organized by modules, which allows greater flexibility and respect for the learning rhythms of each student. The curricular matrix of the Professional Courses integrates components of socio-cultural, scientific and technical formation. The socio-cultural training component aims to contribute to the construction of students' personal, social and cultural identity; The scientific training component aims at acquiring and developing a set of scientific knowledge and basic skills of the respective course. The technical training component aims to acquire and develop a set of knowledge of a technological, technical and practical nature, structuring the professional qualification aimed at. This last component of training must include in-service training, in order to acquire and develop technical, relational and organizational skills relevant to professional qualification. It should also be noted that some of the programs of the Professional Courses are already organized, in terms of the technical component, according to the training guidelines of the National Qualification Framework (NQF). This learning opportunity corresponds to the qualifi ...

    Provider NameEscola Secundária de Arouca

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal
  9. Professional Courses of Técnico/a de Transformação de Polímeros – Variante de Processos de Produção

    Professional courses are secondary level courses and aim at the development of personal and professional skills, preparing the students who attend them to enter the job market or to access post-secondary education or higher education, if that is their will. The courses in operation are integrated in several areas of education and training. These courses have a curricular structure organized by modules, which allows greater flexibility and respect for the learning rhythms of each student. The curricular matrix of the Professional Courses integrates components of socio-cultural, scientific and technical formation. The socio-cultural training component aims to contribute to the construction of students' personal, social and cultural identity; The scientific training component aims at acquiring and developing a set of scientific knowledge and basic skills of the respective course. The technical training component aims to acquire and develop a set of knowledge of a technological, technical and practical nature, structuring the professional qualification aimed at. This last component of training must include in-service training, in order to acquire and develop technical, relational and organizational skills relevant to professional qualification. It should also be noted that some of the programs of the Professional Courses are already organized, in terms of the technical component, according to the training guidelines of the National Qualification Framework (NQF). This learning opportunity corresponds to the qualifi ...

    Provider NameEscola Secundária Soares Basto, Oliveira de Azeméis

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal
  10. Professional Courses of Food Quality Control Technician

    Professional courses are secondary level courses and aim at the development of personal and professional skills, preparing the students who attend them to enter the job market or to access post-secondary education or higher education, if that is their will. The courses in operation are integrated in several areas of education and training. These courses have a curricular structure organized by modules, which allows greater flexibility and respect for the learning rhythms of each student. The curricular matrix of the Professional Courses integrates components of socio-cultural, scientific and technical formation. The socio-cultural training component aims to contribute to the construction of students' personal, social and cultural identity; The scientific training component aims at acquiring and developing a set of scientific knowledge and basic skills of the respective course. The technical training component aims to acquire and develop a set of knowledge of a technological, technical and practical nature, structuring the professional qualification aimed at. This last component of training must include in-service training, in order to acquire and develop technical, relational and organizational skills relevant to professional qualification. It should also be noted that some of the programs of the Professional Courses are already organized, in terms of the technical component, according to the training guidelines of the National Qualification Framework (NQF). This learning opportunity corresponds to the qualifi ...

    Provider NameEscola Secundária de Moura

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Portugal

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