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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KnowledgeThe student is able to:1) Describe the basic physicochemical processes taking place in the atmosphere and natural (ground and surface) waters.2) Identify chemical pollution sources, describe the corresponding pollutants and explain their modes of action in the biosphere (air, water, soil).3) Describe and analyse the main treatment technologies for air, water and soil pollutants.4) Describe and explain the main methods for determining pollutants and monitoring air, water and soil quality.5) Name and describe the main solid and liquid waste management methods.6) State the basic law related to the protection of the natural environment and environmental management systems.7) State and describe the drinking water treatment methods.8) Describe the main methods of assessment and management of water resources.9) Design experiments both in physical and in laboratory environments, experiments on various environmental issues and draw up corresponding technical reports.10) Prepare environmental impact studies and Specific Environmental Studies.11) Prepare financial evaluation and assessment of the environment.12) Identify and prioritise management priorities on protected land, coastal and marine areas.13) Prepare environmental protection and management studies.14) Recognize, describe and classify the terrestrial flora and fauna, habitat types and evaluate their ecological status.15) Know environmental policy issues.16) Develop sustainable management systems.17) Know the importance of communication in the diffusion ...
Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Ionian Islands
The learners shall be capable following the completion of their studies a) of having analytical knowledge about the subject of their studies, understand the principles of the subject of Food Technologist, delve into, expand, and increase their acquired knowledge, while understanding the evolutionary dynamics of the field, and b) analyse and adjust the knowledge acquired, in order to implement them in various issues of their scientific field, properly apply the tools and techniques concerning the management of basic issues, resolve composite and/or new problems, and communicate with specialized and unspecialized groups and with the public, with the purpose of conveying information, ideas, problems, and solutions over specific issues, and finally, c) design, manage, and implement research work, take decisions, evaluate them, and undertake the responsibility in modern professional and business environments, which are constantly changing and evolving, while being capable of undertaking, within specific contexts, the responsibility for developing knowledge, skills, and competences of individuals and groups. ...
Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Thessaly
The graduates of the Department of Marine Sciences: - Understand the principles and concepts of the basic sciences comprising Oceanography and Marine Sciences in general. - Have an all-encompassing perception of the sea processes and of their interactions, as well as of the basic theories and knowledge with regard to the function of the Ocean. - Have a systemic approach towards ecosystems and understand the interactions between the marine environment, the land and the atmosphere, while taking into consideration the planet change. - Understand the processes taking place in the coastal zone. - Have knowledge on environmental economics and environmental law. - Have basic knowledge on the raising of marine organisms. - Understand the factors affecting the growth and the health of marine livestock. - Understand the scientific methodology and its application to marine sciences through the formulation of questions and the use of experiments, observations, and literature analysis for case studying.- Design and apply with safety field and laboratory techniques, using the respective scientific instruments and methods. - Know, understand and apply analytical laboratory methods that relate to the biological function of marine organisms, pathogen microorganism, and the diseases caused. - Analyse the outcomes using statistical and calculative tools. - Operate and programme computers in order to solve scientific problems. - Process and conduct analyses through telemetry and satellite data. - Conduct scientific literature s ...
Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean