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  1. EQF NCP Contacts

    Austria Austrian agency for international cooperation in education and culture (OEAD) Mr Udo Bachmayer - udo.bachmayer@oead.at Mr Karl Andrew Muellner - karl.muellner@oead.at Mr Wolfgang Denk - wolfgang.denk@oead.at Information about NQF Register of qualifications Belgium Flemish Agency for Higher Education, Adult Education, Qualifications & Study Grants (AHOVOKS) Mr Ingrid Vanhoren - ingrid.vanhoren@ond.vlaanderen.be Information about NQF Database of qualifications Francophone Qualifications Framework (CFC) ...

    Category: Documentation
  2. Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Partnership

    The SCQF Partnership was established in 2006 as a company ltd by guarantee to manage the SCQF.  The aims of the company are to: maintain the quality and integrity of the SCQF; promote and develop the SCQF as a tool to support lifelong learning; develop and maintain relationships with other frameworks in the UK, Europe and internationally. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  3. SCQF Level 1

    There is no separate Level Descriptor for Level 1, which covers all provision that comes below the full achievement of Level 2 ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  4. SCQF Level 2

    Knowledge and understanding: Demonstrate and/or work with knowledge of simple facts and ideas in a subject/discipline.Practice: applied knowledge and understanding: Relate knowledge to a few simple everyday contexts with prompting. Use a few very simple skills. Carry out, with guidance, a few familiar tasks. Use under supervision basic tools and materials.Generic cognitive skills: Use rehearsed stages for solving problems. Operate in personal and/or everyday contexts. Take some account, with prompting, of identified consequences of action.Communication, ICT and numeracy skills: Use very simple skills with assistance, for example: Produce and respond to a limited range of very simple written and oral communication in familiar/routine contexts; Carry out a limited range of very simple tasks to process data and access information; Use a limited range of very simple and familiar numerical and graphical data in familiar and everyday contexts. Autonomy, accountability and working with others: Work alone or with others on simple routine, familiar tasks under frequent and directive supervision. Identify, given simple criteria, some successes and/or failures of the work. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  5. SCQF Level 3

    Knowledge and understanding: Demonstrate and/or work with: Basic knowledge in a subject/discipline; Simple facts and ideas associated with a subject/discipline. Practice: applied knowledge and understanding: Relate knowledge with some prompting to personal and/or everyday contexts. Use a few basic, routine skills to undertake familiar and routine tasks. Complete pre-planned tasks. Use, with guidance, basic tools and materials safely and effectively.Generic cognitive skills: Identify, with some prompting, a process to deal with a situation or issue. Operate in familiar contexts using given criteria. Take account of some identified consequences of action.Communication, ICT and numeracy skills: Use simple skills, for example: Produce and respond to simple written and oral communication in familiar, routine contexts; Carry out simple tasks to process data and access information; Use simple numerical and graphical data in everyday contexts. Autonomy, accountability and working with others: Work alone or with others on simple tasks under frequent supervision. Participate in the setting of goals, timelines etc. Participate in the review of completed work and the identification of ways of improving practices and processes. Identify, given simple criteria, own strengths and weaknesses relative to the work. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  6. SCQF Level 4

    Knowledge and understanding: Demonstrate and/or work with: Basic knowledge in a subject/discipline which is mainly factual; Some simple facts and ideas about and associated with a subject/discipline; Knowledge of basic processes, materials and terminology. Practice: applied knowledge and understanding: Relate knowledge to personal and/or practical contexts. Use a few skills to complete straightforward tasks with some non-routine elements. Select and use, with guidance, appropriate tools and materials safely and effectively.Generic cognitive skills: Use, with guidance, given stages of a problem solving approach to deal with a situation or issue. Operate in straightforward contexts. Identify and/or take account of some of the consequences of action/inaction.Communication, ICT and numeracy skills: Use straightforward skills – for example: Produce and respond to simple but detailed written and oral communication in familiar contexts; Use the most straightforward features of familiar applications to process and obtain information; Use straightforward numerical and graphical data in straightforward and familiar contexts. Autonomy, accountability and working with others: Work alone or with others on straightforward tasks. Contribute to the setting of goals, timelines, etc. Contribute to the review of completed work and offer suggestions for improving practices and processes. Identify own strengths and weaknesses relative to the work. ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  7. SCQF Level 5

    Knowledge and understanding: Demonstrate and/or work with: Basic knowledge in a subject/discipline which is mainly factual but has some theoretical component; A range of simple facts and ideas about and associated with a subject/discipline; Knowledge and understanding of basic processes, materials and terminology. Practice: applied knowledge and understanding: Relate ideas and knowledge to personal and/or practical contexts. Complete some routine and non-routine tasks using knowledge associated with a subject/discipline. Plan and organise both familiar and new tasks. Select appropriate tools and materials and use safely and effectively (e.g. without waste). Adjust tools where necessary, following safe practices.Generic cognitive skills: Use a problem-solving approach to deal with a situation or issue that is straightforward in relation to a subject/discipline. Operate in a familiar context, but where there is a need to take account of or use additional information of different kinds, some of which will be theoretical or hypothetical. Use some abstract constructs for example make generalisations and/or draw conclusions.Communication, ICT and numeracy skills: Use a range of routine skills for example: Produce and respond to detailed written and oral communication in familiar contexts; Use standard applications to process, obtain and combine information; Use a range of numerical and graphical data in straightforward contexts that have some complex features. Autonomy, accountability and working with others: Work al ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  8. SCQF Level 6

    Knowledge and understanding: Demonstrate and/or work with: Generalised knowledge of a subject/discipline; Factual and theoretical knowledge; A range of facts, ideas, properties, materials, terminology, practices, techniques about/associated with a subject/ discipline; Relate the subject/discipline to a range of practical and/or everyday applications. Practice: applied knowledge and understanding: Apply knowledge and understanding in known, practical contexts. Use some of the basic, routine practices, techniques and/or materials associated with a subject/discipline in routine contexts which may have non-routine elements. Plan how skills will be used to address set situations and/or problems and adapt these as necessary.Generic cognitive skills: Obtain, organise and use factual and theoretical information in problem solving. Make generalisations and predictions. Draw conclusions and suggest solutions.Communication, ICT and numeracy skills: Use a wide range of skills – for example: Produce and respond to detailed and relatively complex written and oral communication in both familiar and unfamiliar contexts; Select and use standard applications to process, obtain and combine information; Use a wide range of numerical and graphical data in routine contexts which may have non-routine elements. Autonomy, accountability and working with others: Take responsibility for the carrying out of a range of activities where the overall goal is clear, under non-directive supervision. Take some supervisory responsibility for the ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  9. SCQF Level 7

    Knowledge and understanding: Demonstrate and/or work with: A broad knowledge of the subject/discipline in general; Knowledge that is embedded in the main theories, concepts and principles; An awareness of the evolving/changing nature of knowledge and understanding; An understanding of the difference between explanations based on evidence and/or research and other forms of explanation and of the importance of this difference. Practice: applied knowledge and understanding: Use some of the basic and routine professional skills, techniques, practices and/or materials associated with a subject/discipline. Practise these in both routine and non-routine contexts.Generic cognitive skills: Present and evaluate arguments, information and ideas which are routine to the subject/discipline. Use a range of approaches to address defined and/or routine problems and issues within familiar contexts.Communication, ICT and numeracy skills: Use a wide range of routine skills and some advanced skills associated with the subject/discipline – for example: Convey complex ideas in well-structured and coherent form; Use a range of forms of communication effectively in both familiar and new contexts; Use standard applications to process and obtain a variety of information and data; Use a range of numerical and graphical skills in combination; Use numerical and graphical data to measure progress and achieve goals/targets. Autonomy, accountability and working with others: Exercise some initiative and independence in carrying out defined act ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland
  10. SCQF Level 8

    Knowledge and understanding: Demonstrate and/or work with: A broad knowledge of the scope, defining features and main areas of a subject/discipline; Detailed knowledge in some areas; Understanding of a limited range of core theories, principles and concepts; Limited knowledge and understanding of some major current issues and specialisms; An outline knowledge and understanding of research and equivalent scholarly/academic processes. Practice: applied knowledge and understanding: Use a range of routine skills, techniques, practices and/or materials associated with a subject/discipline, a few of which are advanced or complex. Carry out routine lines of enquiry, development or investigation into professional level problems and issues. Adapt routine practices within accepted standards.Generic cognitive skills: Undertake critical analysis, evaluation and/or synthesis of ideas, concepts, information and issues that are within the common understandings of the subject/discipline. Use a range of approaches to formulate evidence-based solutions/responses to defined and/or routine problems/issues. Critically evaluate evidence-based solutions/responses to defined and/or routine problems/issues.Communication, ICT and numeracy skills: Use a range of routine skills and some advanced and specialised skills associated with a subject/discipline – for example: Convey complex information to a range of audiences and for a range of purposes; Use a range of standard applications to process and obtain data; Use and evaluate numerical ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: United Kingdom, Scotland

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