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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. Organiser of wellness activities (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) plan, prepare, carry out and control own work, and the work of others, develops entrepreneurial characteristics, skills and behaviour, carry out a self-assessment of work, communicate with co-workers and experts, and advise users, use technical terminology and communicate in one foreign language, use contemporary information and communication technologies (ICT), lead and/or participate in an expert team, and in the resolution of problems, manage operations and administrative processes in the wellness sector, and maintain documentation, supervise the work of an expert team and organise work in the wellness sector, document, order and store materials, and ensure the maintenance of work means and equipment, plan the organisation of internal education and training, and participate in the education and training of staff, ensure the quality of work processes in the wellness sector, monitor the development of the profession and draft expert proposals for the implementation of the latest developments in the wellness sector, participate in the preparation of domestic and international projects, ensure the rational use of energy, material and time, and protect health and the environment, and be responsible for own security and the security of others. (vocational-specific competences) ensure the professionalism and quality of interpersonal and business communications, and demonstrate mastery of quality communication strategies, including at the inter-cultural level, with a ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Tourism mediator (first-cycle professional education) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) master research methods, procedures and processes, develop critical and self-critical assessment, autonomously search for and obtain professional knowledge, and integrate new knowledge with existing knowledge, develop communication skills, in particular for communicating in the international and inter-cultural environments (in the native language, two foreign languages at an advanced level and in a third foreign language at an intermediate level), develop ethical reflection and commitment to professional ethics, develop cooperativeness and the ability to work in a group, including in the international and inter-cultural environments, and resolve specific work problems through the application of scientific methods and procedures. (subject-specific competences) analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and the consequences of events in the tourism sector, marketing and inter-cultural communications, apply knowledge of tourism sciences, marketing and communication in practice, demonstrate knowledge of and understand the foundations and history of tourism, humanistic, sociological and commercial sciences, coherently master basic knowledge, link knowledge from various areas, and apply it in the domestic and international business environments, integrate and interpret fresh information in the context of the tourism profession, understand the basic structure of the fundamental discipline and the links between sub-disciplines, understand and apply critical analysis me ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Travel agency manager (no legal status)

    The candidate: plans, prepares and controls own work, makes rational use of energy, material and time, ensures occupational safety and observes environmental protection principles, ensures the quality and efficiency of work in the working environment in accordance with standards, is able to communicate with co-workers, ordering parties and clients, develops entrepreneurial characteristics, skills and behaviour, uses modern information and communication technologies, plans and organises the work of employees to ensure the optimal implementation of a travel agency’s work process, works with business partners, controls a travel agency’s work process and monitors the efficiency of work, guides the work and plans the human resource needs of a travel agency, controls the quality and efficiency at a travel agency, manages bookings and ensures the smooth implementation of the booking function, organises and monitors the sale of various types of tickets, and provides financial, sales and commercial transactions. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Tourism entertainer (no legal status)

    The candidate: plans, prepares, carries out and controls own work, makes rational use of energy, material and time, protects health and the environment, communicates with co-workers, experts and clients, communicates with guests actively in two foreign languages and passively in one foreign language, develops entrepreneurial characteristics, skills and behaviour, receives and informs guests, organises and leads walks and excursions, organises and leads day time entertainment, organises and leads night time entertainment, organises and leads sporting-recreational activities, organises and leads thematic events. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Casino cashier (no legal status)

    The candidate: plans, prepares and controls own work, communicates with co-workers and clients, communicates with clients in one foreign language, ensures and is liable for the quality of services rendered and work performed, performs work in accordance with occupation health and safety regulations, takes over and opens cashier’s desk, manages cashier’s desk, maintains documentary records for the cashier’s desk, and closes the cashier’s desk. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Master’s degree in tourism (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (specific competences) understand and resolve specific problems relating to service activities, particularly in the tourism and hotel sector, using scientific research methods and critical assessment methods, recognise opportunities and threats on the global tourism market, particularly in the EU, and implement organisational changes based on that ability, enhance understanding of tourism as a social phenomenon and its impact on the environment, and national and international economy, analyse specifics when formulating contractual relationships that tourism organisations enter into to perform their activities, study and analyse status and contractual links between tourism companies and their business units (e.g. concerns, hotel chains, etc.), identify key strengths and weaknesses, and the economic effects of tourism in the implementation of sustainable development, use methodologies when researching purchasing and sales markets for the needs of tourism and hotel companies, define key elements of the marketing mix and formulate operating strategies for tourism and hotel companies, use analytical processes linked to the marketable activity of an organisation and to understand in full marketing processes on the purchasing and sales sides in the context of increasing globalisation (inter-cultural differences and specifics), take on the most demanding tasks in planning, formulating, developing and managing contemporary business systems in the tourism sector, hotel industry and other servic ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Doctorate in the field of travel, tourism and leisure (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) select and apply the appropriate scientific research methods, procedures and processes to a wider range of problems in changing circumstances, and create new knowledge and solutions,  independently study to develop critical reflection, acquire social and communication skills, assess actual events and their place in a broader context, and to explain and evaluate social phenomena, transfer acquired knowledge in practice to specific areas of the tourism sector and resolve specific work problems through the application of scientific methods and procedures, manage a group, and cooperate and work in team, commit to professional ethics and ethical reflection, and critically understand concepts and scientific bases and modern achievements that push students to analyse and resolve challenges and problems in the tourism sector. (subject-specific competences) continue research work independently and in a team, and independently enhance various bases and applied issues in the area of tourism, and the latest developments and innovations in the tourism sector, understand the basic structure and interpretation of fundamental tourism disciplines and the links between the associated sub-disciplines, master theoretic problems from the tourism profession and their resolution, master various research methods, and work independently with the help of research and interpretive methods from the tourism sector, research the tourism sector, with an emphasis on innovative approaches and cr ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Academic Bachelor's degree in Tourism (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) work constructively in a group, master research methods and professionally inquire about new organisational and management models associated with the process of creating tourism packages, services and products, properly apply acquired expertise in creating offers and managing processes, and in the organisation and control over the distribution of offers to users,  delegate tasks and responsibilities in the work process,  perform professional work autonomously, in terms of planning and effectively controlling business process functions at a tourism organisation, develop communication skills in work with employees and business partners,  commit to professional ethics in relations with business partners, employees and clients, manage expert working groups, and develop skills and transfer them and other knowledge to employees at the operational level.   (subject-specific competences) demonstrate knowledge of and understand basic events and concepts in the tourism sector, understand basic information systems concepts, understand central concepts and applied approaches to destination management, understand the basic concepts of corporate economics, resolve specific work problems with the help of contemporary professional methods for studying tourism destinations and/or products and the management of tourism organisations, link knowledge of tourism with knowledge from the fields of entrepreneurship, finance, management, marketing, law, culture, sociology, psychology, ge ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Sustainable tourism organiser (first-cycle professional) (no legal status)

    A student is qualified to: (general competences) be familiar with natural and cultural heritage of the countryside and strive to preserve it, be familiar with the cultural heritage of cities and surrounding areas, and the characteristics of cities, apply knowledge in communication with various publics, be responsible to the local and wider environment, create tourism products that do not harm the environment, understand the principles of sustainable tourism and operations in accordance with those principles, manage protected areas and tourism destinations, and understand the associated characteristics, understand the legal limits of operations in various branches of tourism, correctly interpret natural and cultural heritage with respect to groups of visitors, plan and manage adrenaline or more tranquil, family-oriented leisure-time activities in nature, manage people and groups, and understand their dynamics, understand tourism and the tourism sector in Slovenia, and the characteristics of the countryside and cities, master work with guests in adrenaline and adventure tourism activities, and ensure the safety of guests, organise culinary events, including in accordance with rules of protocol, understand the principles of culinary tourism, the characteristics of Slovenian culinary arts and possess the ability to interpret dishes, plan, monitor and analyse marketing and management work, anticipate consequences and search for the best solutions, possess the entrepreneurial knowledge required to manage a company, u ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Destination management adviser (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan and organise own work and the work of others ensure the quality and efficiency of own work make rational use of energy, material and time protect health and the environment develop business cooperation between various operators/stakeholders in a destination undertake operational destination management maintain business processes and ensure the smooth operation of these processes analyse and monitor the performance of a destination cooperate with suppliers, providers from the public and private sectors, and clients undertake human resource management cooperate in the development and introduction of marketing activities implement sustainable development in the environment, society and the economy communicate with co-workers and stakeholders in a destination and partners develop enterprise characteristics, skills and behaviour use modern information and communication technology ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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