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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. DIPLOMA OF FIRST LEVEL PROFESSIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION with professional qualification: Sign Language Interpreters

    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 body- Sociālās integrācijas valsts aģentūra

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  2. Slovene sign language interpreter (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: interpret from spoken Slovene to Slovene sign language, interpret from Slovene sign language to spoken Slovene, incorporate interpreting in the user's social network, act in accordance with the code of ethical principles in social care, recognise the need to use sign language, increase public awareness of the barrier to communication represented by deafness, ensure the quality of interpreting. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Slovene sign language communicaton assistant (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, prepare, carry out and monitor own work rationally plan own work and necessary time protect health and ensure safety at work ensure ongoing professional development communicate with users, clubs and the association use Slovene sign language connect the gestures of Slovene sign language understand everyday language in the gestures of Slovene sign language monitor own use of Slovene sign language recognise the need to use Slovene sign language demonstrate familiarity with the communication difficulties caused by deafness ensure quality of use of Slovene sign language use information and communication tools ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Slovene sign language interpreter (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to:   plan, prepare, carry out and monitor own work, rationally plan routes in the field and time necessary,   protect health and ensure safety at work,   communicate with users and various organisations and institutions,   interpret from spoken Slovene to Slovene sign language,   interpret from Slovene sign language to spoken Slovene,   appear in front of an audience,   incorporate interpreting in the user's community and social  network,   act in accordance with the code of ethical principles in social care, and the interpreters' professional code,   manage own interpreting activity,  recognise the need to use Slovene sign language,    increase public awareness of the barrier to communication represented by deafness,   ensure the quality of interpreting,    see to their own professional development in the interpreting field,    develop entrepreneurial characteristics, skills and behaviour,    use information and communication technologies.  ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Organiser of stage elements and devices (no legal status)

    The candidates will be able to: Plan, prepare and control the work of the stage design team within the framework of the implementation plan of stage works; Adapt the implementation design of the stage works to changed spatial and technical conditions; Communicate constructively with collaborators and other professional profiles taking part in production and post-production; Ensure the quality and successfulness of their own work and follow professional developments in the field of age technology; Take into account the principles of rational use of energy, materials and time, and develop entrepreneurial characteristics, skills and behaviour; Carry out the work in the way as to not to pose a threat to themselves or the environment; Use state-of-the-art information-communication technology Organise, coordinate and lead the management and operation of stage elements and devices, being responsible for their functional usability; Advise and propose technical solutions for an optimised implementation of stage sets; Have command of the inventory of the functional stage elements, devices and machinery; Determine, organise and control the preparations for the transport of stage elements, their assembly and disassembly in changed spatial conditions in post-production. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia