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  1. LQF level 5

    Knowledge: Able to demonstrate comprehensive and specialised knowledge and understanding of facts, theories, causalities and technologies of the relevant professional field. Skills: Able, on the basis of analytical approach, to perform practical tasks in the relevant profession, to demonstrate skills that allow to find creative solutions to professional problems, to discuss and provide arguments to practical issues and solutions in the relevant profession with colleagues, clients, and management, able to, with an appropriate degree of independence, to engage in further learning, by improving one’s competences. Able to assess and improve one’s own actions and that of other individuals, to work in cooperation with others, to plan and organize work to perform specific tasks in the relevant profession, to perform or supervise work activities in contexts with unpredictable changes. Competence: Able to define, describe and analyse practical problems in their profession, select the necessary information and use it for solving clearly defined problems, participate in the development of the relevant professional field, demonstrate understanding of the role of the relevant profession in a broader social context. This level includes the following qualifications:  Diploma of first level professional higher education (college education, length of fulltime studies – 2 to 3 years) ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Latvia
  2. LQF level 4

    Knowledge: Able to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of facts, theories, and causalities which are necessary for personal growth and development, civic participation, social integration and continuing learning. Able to comprehend in detail and to demonstrate knowledge of diverse specific facts, principles, processes, and concepts in a specific field of learning or professional activity in standard and non-standard situations. Has good knowledge of technologies and methods for performing work tasks in the profession. Skills:  Able to plan and organize work, using various methods, technologies (including information and communication technologies), equipment, tools and materials for performing tasks. Able to find, assess and creatively use information for performing learning or work tasks and problem solving. Able to communicate in at least two languages in writing and orally both in a known and unknown context. Able to work independently in the profession, to learn and improve oneself. Able to cooperate. Competences:  Is motivated for further career development, further learning and lifelong learning in a knowledge-oriented democratic, multi-lingual, and multi-cultural society in Europe and in the world. Able to plan and perform learning or work tasks in the profession individually, in a team or by managing the teamwork. Able to assume responsibility for the quality and quantity of the learning or work outcomes. This level includes the following qualifications: Certificate of general secondary education Diplom ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Latvia
  3. LQF level 3

    Knowledge: Able to demonstrate the knowledge of facts, principles, processes and general concepts and to use them in the field of learning and professional activities. Able to understand various types of information about materials, equipment, technologies in the relevant field of learning or specific profession. Skills: Able to use a various cognitive and practical skills, which are necessary to perform tasks and to solve problems by selecting appropriate basic work methods, means, materials, information, and technologies. Competence: Able to be aware of and assume responsibility for performing work or learning tasks. When solving the tasks, is able to adjust one’s actions to circumstances and assume responsibility for the result of work. This level includes the following qualifications:  Certificate of vocational education (arodizglītība); Certificate of professional qualification (at vocational education (arodizglītība) level) ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Latvia
  4. LQF level 2

    Knowledge: Able to demonstrate basic knowledge set in the field of work or specific subject syllabi in reference to the relevant field of professional activity or learning. Skills: Able to use basic cognitive and practical skills, which are necessary to perform tasks by using relevant information, and solve routine problems by using basic rules and means. Able to understand the consequences of own actions with regard to self and others. Competence: Able to perform tasks under supervision of a professional individually, in a working group or partly independently. Able to participate in setting some learning or work objectives and planning the course of actions. This level includes the following qualification: Certificate of general basic education; Certificate of vocational basic education Certificate of professional qualification (at basic education level) ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Latvia
  5. Latvian Qualifications Framework (LQF) level 1

    Knowledge: Able to demonstrate elementary knowledge, which manifests in recognition and recollection. Skills: Able to use elementary practical and cognitive skills, able to execute them under direct supervision using simple tools. Able to perform simple tasks, which are repetitive as to their content and predictable. Competence: Able to perform simple tasks in a structured environment, to function in a limited context. Able to perform elementary tasks following a model, able to master basic self-care skills. This level includes the following qualification: Certificate of general basic education (special education programmes for learners with (severe) mental development disorders or multiple severe developmental disorders). ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Latvia
  6. Danish one-off report on Validation

    Danish one-off report on Validation 15/03/2019 Download introduction_and_one-off_report_-_denmark.pdf (1.03 MB) ...

    Category: Documentation
  7. German one-off report on Validation

    German one-off report on Validation 07/01/2019 Download de.pdf (482.37 KB) ...

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  8. Luxembourgish one-off report on Validation

    Luxembourgish one-off report on Validation 07/01/2019 Download lu.pdf (1.42 MB) ...

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  9. Portuguese one-off report on Validation

    Portuguese one-off report on Validation 07/01/2019 Download pt.pdf (2.22 MB) ...

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  10. Latvian one-off report on Validation

    Latvian one-off report on Validation 07/01/2019 Download lv.pdf (1.48 MB) ...

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