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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. Security guard (no legal status)

    Candidates are able to: independently carry out the handover of services and monitor their work,  perform security tasks and assignments for protecting people and property while considering the law, implementing regulations, professional standards, internal regulations, instructions of the employer and the requirements of the customer,  identify safety risks and hazards and become familiar with procedures to prevent them according to the code of conduct of the profession,  implement measures and other security means while respecting human rights and fundamental freedoms as well as ethical principles, protect people and property at points of sale, carry out interventions in the event of security events while following regulations, maintain order and safety of people and property at public events and public gatherings while following regulations,  communicate with customers, the customer’s employees and clients and communicate efficiently in different life situations, crises and conflicts,  use equipment, technical security systems and modern ICT according to the customer’s and the manufacturer’s instructions,  ensure their safety and health, the safety of the environment and fire safety according to regulations and internal regulations. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Security technician (no legal status)

    The holder of the certificate is qualified to: assess the security situation (elaborate a threat assessment) and discreetly provide security services by protecting property, persons and facilities; prepare and elaborate appropriate documentation so as to enable security; consult with the view to resolve and remedy deficiencies and problems; use modern technical security means and methods, such as protection of data, documentation, computer centres and production technologies; carry out security and receptionist tasks in different institutions and settings (e.g. pre-school institutions, schools, hospitals, theatres, residential homes for the elderly); conduct measures for fire safety and actions in case of a natural or other disaster; employ equipment, devices and other assets and instruments for technical security, alarm, fire and other security devices; plan systems for technical protection of facilities, buildings, real estate, movable assets, shops, areas of special security interest (courts, airports, warehouses storing hazardous goods); perform simple procedures by using authorisations, self-defence skills and physical force; provide emergency first aid; cooperate in a group, establish contacts with people, communicate by considering the situation and solve problems, process data and materials; act responsibly and ethically in relation to co-workers, partners, individuals engaged in procedures, notably vulnerable groups (handicapped, minors, pregnant women, the elderly); use modern IT and computer user pro ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Security consultant (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, organise, lead and supervise the performance of jobs and tasks in the field of protection of people and property, supervise the functioning of a security system, direct the functioning of technical devices in security systems, supervise and direct the functioning of a security system for the protection of people and property, prepare, lead and supervise the execution of a project to create or upgrade a security system for the protection of people and property, make in-depth assessments of vulnerabilities, threats and security risks, draw up proposals of security solutions with regard to findings on vulnerabilities, threats and security risks, set up and supervise the functioning of a system for the protection of business secrets,  set up and supervise the functioning of a system for the protection of classified information,  advise on and lead the preparation or modification of contracts with providers of private security services and ensure their implementation,  communicate and cooperate with all subjects of a security organisational structure,  act in accordance with occupational health and safety regulations. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Doctorate in the field of security studies (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: detect, analyse and solve security-related problems while respecting human rights and the principles of legality and the rule of law; demonstrate mastery of general and specific research methods in the study of various security phenomena and the ability to carry out basic and applied research of security phenomena both in local communities and organisations and in an international context; transfer theoretical knowledge into everyday practice and synthesise knowledge of security studies and other related disciplines; develop ethical standards for high-quality and professional autonomous work; develop communication skills for successful work in situations of interdependence in both the national and international environment; demonstrate in-depth understanding of relevant relationships between law enforcement agencies and other elements of the security and intelligence system within national security; study the scope and type of criminality and other deviance phenomena in society; study the implementation of criminal legislation and methods of ensuring security; study practices in the performance of police activities, the work of prosecution services and the courts, and the enforcement of criminal sanctions; study other social control mechanisms in modern society and provide private, public, internal and international security; demonstrate understanding of security problems and activities at the global, continental, national, regional and local levels; research causes, implement control ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Security manager (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan and prepare their own work and the work of others make rational use of energy, material and time analyse and plan private security organise and lead the lawful and professional provision of private security and ensure that activities proceed in an orderly manner perform security work and tasks relating to private security monitor, direct and supervise private security keep prescribed records and prepare notifications for state authorities ensure the quality of private security communicate with co-workers, clients, state authorities, professional associations and citizens use modern information and communication technologies ensure safe working conditions for security personnel ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Professional bachelor's degree in security studies (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: demonstrate understanding of the functioning of the security system both historically and in a specific social situation detect, analyse and address security problems both in organisations and in various communities, carry out action research and the basics of applied research in the field of security phenomena both in local communities and organisations and in an international context, apply theoretical findings from security studies to a specific working or living environment and synthesise security studies knowledge with other related disciplines manage the communication process with the help of contemporary technologies and the use of the appropriate communication techniques between various factors in situations of interdependence to ensure security in both local and international environments. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Security control centre operator (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, prepare and check own work make rational use of energy, material and time prepare the workplace perform operator duties in security control centre in accordance with the applicable standard communicate with security personnel, the users of security services, competent authorities and other persons take action in a security situation in a security control centre work in accordance with the standards and requirements of the parent company and implement legal and regulatory provisions use computer equipment and other technical equipment in a security control centre protect health and the environment ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Master's degree in security studies (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: detect, analyse and solve security-related problems while respecting human rights and the principles of legality and the rule of law; demonstrate mastery of general and specific research methods in the study of various security phenomena and the ability to carry out basic and, above all, applied research of security phenomena both in local communities and organisations and in an international context; develop critical and self-critical assessment in the management of security phenomena; transfer theoretical knowledge into everyday practice and synthesise knowledge of security studies and other related disciplines; develop ethical standards for high-quality and professional autonomous work; develop communication skills for successful work in situations of interdependence in both local and international environments; participate at various levels of management of security issues in the local environment, in organisations, at the national level and in the international environment; carry out in-depth analysis of the basic powers of security and intelligence entities from the point of view of legality and constitutionality; demonstrate in-depth understanding of relevant relationships between law enforcement agencies and other elements of the security and intelligence system within national security; measure the scope and type of criminality and other types of deviance phenomena in society; study the implementation of criminal legislation and methods of ensuring security; study practices in ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Security watchman (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: make rational use of energy, material and time perform basic security work and tasks relating to the protection of people and property recognise security risks and threats and demonstrate familiarity with prevention procedures implement legal and regulatory provisions, work in accordance with standards and clients' requirements communicate with clients, employees of a client and customers of a client protect health and the environment ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Security guard (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: -autonomously plan, prepare, carry out and check own work -make rational use of energy, material and time -perform security work and tasks relating to the protection of people and property -perform security/reception work -guard sales outlets -perform work and tasks relating to the transport and safeguarding of cash and other valuables -carry out interventions -provide security at public events and public gatherings -recognise the signs of general danger and demonstrate familiarity with procedures for the prevention of general danger -implement legal and regulatory provisions, work in accordance with standards and clients' requirements -communicate with clients, employees of a client and customers of a client within the scope of their responsibilities -use modern information and communication technologies -protect health and the environment ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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