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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. Vehicle service engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) keep abreast of developments in the sector and formulate proposals for the modernisation of work processes; integrate knowledge from various fields; obtain information and apply it in the business process; ensure development and introduce innovations to work processes; communicate with colleagues and business partners in the local and international environment; demonstrate mastery of entrepreneurship, marketing and logistical processes; manage business processes and ensure quality; plan and implement measures to improve the organisation of the business, the work of others and their own work; assume responsibility. (vocationally specific competences) resolve technical issues in the field of automotive engineering and technologies; formulate and realise development ideas and entrepreneurial planning in the automotive sector; apply legislation from the fields of financial operations, company operation, banking, tax and customs operations and insurance; find and use necessary information in catalogues, manuals, technical instructions and electronic databases; plan and implement the fitting out of workshops and maintain tools, devices and equipment;  carry out diagnoses, checks and measurements on motor vehicles; set up and repair motor vehicles; plan and implement changes to the characteristics of motor vehicles; communicate with customers; keep abreast of and apply legislation, standardisation, type approval and certification in the motor vehicle sector; prepare and ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Environmental protection and utilities engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) keep records of and define environmental problems, analyse problems and prepare technically justified solutions, integrate knowledge from various fields when using and developing new technical environmental protection measures and applications in the field of supply chains and spatial planning, apply acquired knowledge for successful professional communication in the local and international environment, demonstrate mastery of standard methods, procedures in technological supply systems and environmental protection systems, manage and resolve specific work problems in the field of environmental protection, spatial planning and management of protected areas, develop a moral and ethical sense for honesty, accuracy and conscientiousness at work, use ICT on a constant basis in their own specific professional field. (specific vocational competences) demonstrate understanding of the importance of prevention for environmental and nature conservation, use ICT and information management systems intensively and constantly in their specific field of work, resolve real-world specific environmental problems in the field of supply systems, environmental technologies, production processes, key activities in the natural environment (agriculture, forestry, hunting, fishing) and the urban environment, demonstrate awareness of the limited nature of raw materials and energy sources, the importance of economic use and re-use and the laws of the natural material and energy cycle, integr ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Chemical technologist in production process (no legal status)

    Candidates are able to:   plan and organise their work and that of others, ensure quality work and job performance in the working environment as required by the standards, use energy, material and time rationally, protect the health and the environment, develop business qualities, skills and behaviour, communicate with co-workers, use modern ICT, supervise and implement operational tasks in the production process, perform chemical analytical tests, lead technological processes in the chemical industry, supervise technological processes in the chemical industry, participate in development and improvement of technological processes, participate in the development of new products and in the improvement of existing ones, manage waste. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Inspector of complex electrical installations and lightning protection installations (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, prepare and ensure the quality of their own work and services; make rational use of energy, material and time; protect health and the environment; communicate with co-workers, outside contractors and customers and take part in project teams; use relevant programming tools; select appropriate measuring methods and the corresponding measuring instruments; develop enterprise characteristics, skills and behaviour; foresee necessary safety measures when preparing and implementing an inspection programme; use the appropriate protective equipment; carry out checks (inspection, testing and measurement) of low-voltage electrical installations and the compatibility of installed devices connected to such installations and equipment built into new structures and, during periodic and extraordinary inspections, existing structures where there is a risk of explosion, structures at lightning protection level I and II and structures with their own transformer station or own source of electricity; carry out checks (inspection, testing and measurement) of lightning protection systems in new structures and, during periodic and extraordinary checks, existing structures where there is a risk of explosion, structures at lightning protection level I and II and structures with their own transformer station or own source of electricity; assess conformity with project documentation and draw up an inspection/test/measurement report, which may also include proposals of necessary changes if non-compliance w ...

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

    Students will be able to: (general competences) communicate effectively and use technical terminology both in Slovene and in a foreign language, demonstrate familiarity with the basics of business etiquette, use ICT and relevant programming tools, obtain information from technical documentation, demonstrate familiarity with regulations relating to project design and quality assurance, monitor new developments in the field, systematically introduce changes in order to achieve new objectives, read and analyse accounting statements and other reports, study business outcomes, formulate and adopt business decisions, protect the company's assets against unauthorised persons, take appropriate action in the event of workplace accidents, responsibly plan and monitor measures for work in the occupational safety, fire safety and environmental protection fields. (specific vocational competences) demonstrate familiarity with the functioning of electronic communications systems and devices, demonstrate knowledge of services in the electronic communications field, advise customers on the selection of suitable electronic communications services, select and plan communications services that are suitable for the circumstances, design and construct telecommunications networks, plan, design and document telecommunications networks and services, build and install telecommunications infrastructure, manage, organise and supervise project implementation, administrate telecommunications systems, manage and maintain electronic communica ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Inspector of complex electrical installations and lightning strike protection installations (no legal status)

    The candidates will be able to: Plan, prepare and ensure the quality of their own work and services; Make rational use of energy, materials and time; Protect human health and the environment; Communicate with co-workers, contractors and clients and work in project teams; Use the appropriate software tools; Select the appropriate measuring methods and the corresponding measuring instruments; Develop entrepreneurial traits, skills and behaviour; Foresee the necessary security measures in the preparation and implementation of the inspection programme; Use appropriate protective equipment; Carry out inspections (inspection, test and measurements) of low-voltage electrical installations and of the compatibility of built-in devices connected to them and of equipment built in new structures, and upon regular and extraordinary inspections of existing structures presenting explosion risks, of structures rated at level I and II protection against lightning strike, and structures with their own substations or own electrical power production source; Carry out inspections (inspection, test and measurements) of the lightning strike protection systems in new structures, and upon regular and extraordinary inspections of existing structures presenting explosion risks, of structures rated at level I and II protection against lightning strike, and structures with their own substations or own electrical power production source; Determine the compliance with design documentation and write reports on the inspection, tests and measur ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Dispatcher in a power system control centre (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 co-workers and customers; use a computer; develop enterprise characteristics, skills and behaviour; work in a team, lead a team; plan electricity generation; create a programme for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity in accordance with applicable procedures; supervise and direct electricity generation operations; direct controlled overflow of water over barriers in high water periods; analyse operating states of electricity generation, transmission and distribution. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Mechatronics engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate familiarity with technical/theoretical knowledge in a field, sector or activity, manage basic and, in particular, methodologically relevant procedures to resolve technical problems for the development of innovations in work processes, procedures and media and for effective operations, use acquired knowledge for successful professional communication in both the domestic and international environments, demonstrate understanding of the relationship between the development of production, social development and the development of the environment; develop global awareness of the opportunities, limits and dangers of technological development, resolve more complex technical problems in the work process, link knowledge from various areas when using and developing new applications, carry out tasks in the preparation and control of working processes and, in particular, in the organisation and management of working processes, demonstrate mastery of the fundamental categories of enterprise, economics and finance, above all with regard to markets, manufacturing and related resources, and develop awareness of the importance of good-quality interpersonal relations and teamwork. (specific vocational competences) acquire the specialised theoretical and practical knowledge for autonomous professional work that is needed in order to prepare and implement tasks in the field of mechatronics at a high level of quality, disseminate, enhance and reinforce knowledge from the fi ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Mechanical engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) take into account safety regulations and environmental protection regulations at work; develop communication skills in the working environment and beyond; use written sources and information technologies; adopt a systematic approach to the detection and resolution of problems; develop responsibility for professional development; (specific vocational competences) apply the theoretical knowledge they have acquired to act effectively in the working environment; use a foreign language for communication and the study of specialist literature; use basic knowledge of economics, marketing and project management to run a business; apply knowledge of mechanics in determining the dimensions of structural elements; analyse the functioning of electrical circuits and eliminate simple faults, taking the appropriate protective measures; draw up a technological manufacturing process; select, determine and evaluate time and manufacturing costs and select tools; select appropriate materials, appropriate heat treatment and corrosion protection on the basis of requirements and demonstrate familiarity with the impact of materials on the environment; plan products taking into account relevant technical legislation; draw up technical documentation in all phases of the creation of a product; use a computer to prepare and monitor manufacturing cost plans and schedules; apply quality management and quality assurance methods in the production process; plan simple energy systems and demonstra ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Bionics engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) ensure moral and ethical work – i.e. honesty, accuracy and conscientiousness at work, plan and organise their own work and the work of others; ensure the quality and efficiency of work in the working environment in accordance with the standards and rules of the profession; use modern information and communication technologies; demonstrate understanding of professional and ethical responsibility; 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; develop enterprise characteristics, skills and behaviour; cooperate in developing the profession and take the initiative to introduce new features in the profession; use a foreign language to keep abreast of technical developments abroad and to communicate using technical terminology. (specific vocational competences) use computerised bionic processing tools in work procedures and processes; make decisions on technical and business matters and solve problems in the field of bionics; prepare implementation plans for bionic systems; participate in the preparation and running of bionics projects; participate in the planning, implementation, updating, supervision and optimisation of bionic processes; identify and analyse existing bionic processes and incorporate new findings; incorporate renewable and alternative energy sources into b ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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