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  1. Academic bachelor's degree in ecoremediation (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) identify the structure of an environment, both natural and man-made, identify processes in nature such as retention of water, self-cleaning capability and biodiversity, transfer acquired knowledge from legislation and the fields of the environment, psychology of the environment, ecosystem services and ecoremediation systems into practice, including environmental communication and e-support, demonstrate familiarity with technology in ecoremediation systems and maintain ecoremediation facilities, provide e-support to ecoremediation systems (subject-specific competences) demonstrate understanding of the functioning of ecosystems and their protection and renewal, analyse abiotic and biotic factors of the environment, demonstrate familiarity with ecoremediation, demonstrate understanding of environmental degradation, demonstrate knowledge of the internal structures of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, including anthropogenic ecosystems, demonstrate understanding of environmental legislation, work with people, demonstrate knowledge of ecosystem services, undertake practical work in the environment, both natural and degraded, provide monitoring, maintain ecoremediation facilities, provide integrated environmental management. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Academic bachelor's degree in industrial engineering (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate understanding of the connection between an engineering/technological field and economic/business expertise, apply interdisciplinary knowledge in current business environment in order to resolve complex engineering and business issues, think creatively, think and act innovatively in the context of all business processes in an undertaking, demonstrate understanding of the functioning of organisations in the environment and their modes of governance, demonstrate understanding of relationships and connections between processes and people, at various levels of operation of organisations, demonstrate understanding of the influences of the external environment (economic, political, cultural, ethical, legal, social, etc.) at various levels (local, international, global) on the development and management of organisations, demonstrate understanding of markets, customers, finance, people, operations, information systems, information and communication technologies, business policies and strategies, modern and current economic and social issues, processes and emphases in the development of the economy, such as business innovation, the development of e-commerce, enterprise, knowledge development and management, globalisation, business ethics, values and rules of behaviour, etc. demonstrate critical thinking and understanding, including analysis and synthesis, and take an effective and comprehensive approach to problem-solving and decision-making, with the support of ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Academic Bachelor's degree in land surveying (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate broad general knowledge and knowledge of academic fields, define, understand and creatively address problems, principles and theories, critically read and understand texts, acquire knowledge and find sources autonomously, think critically, analytically and synthetically, transfer and apply theoretical knowledge into practice and resolve technical and work-related problems, develop professional and ethical responsibility, develop linguistic and numerical literacy, speak in public and communicate with customers, use foreign technical language in written and spoken communication, use information and communication technologies, make interdisciplinary connections, take into account safety-related, functional, economic, environmental protection and ecological aspects in their work, develop high moral and ethical criteria (an honest attitude towards work with customers, offering impartial advice, independence and professionalism in accordance with applicable legislation), create an objective view of the environment and society, accept obligations towards customers and employers and towards society as a whole, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate understanding of the role and importance of land surveying in modern society, autonomously tackle all types of typical practical tasks in the field of collecting, evaluating and using geodetic data, demonstrate understanding of modern geodetic technologies and methodologies and apply them professionally, demonst ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Academic Bachelor's degree in landscape architecture (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) analyse and synthesise, demonstrate mastery of basic knowledge, demonstrate openness to basic knowledge in the profession, demonstrate mastery of elementary numeracy, obtain information from various sources, process information (including GIS, CAD), solve problems, make decisions, organise and plan (for everyday use, not in the sense of spatial planning), be critical and self-critical, work in a team, establish contacts, communicate, show tolerance to others, apply knowledge in practice, learn, adapt to new conditions (situations), work independently, design and manage projects, show initiative and enterprise, show a commitment to quality, show a desire for success, (subject-specific competences) identify/define problems in spatial regulation, show a capacity for visualisation (conceptions of space), show a capacity for abstraction (recognise a general pattern in a mass of phenomena, in the complexity of space), project space onto a two-dimensional plane, make a (cartographic) representation of space (using various presentation techniques), show a capacity for generalisation, simultaneously understand and work with various criteria (in cartographic and graphical representations), demonstrate holistic understanding of a landscape (character, typology), evaluate a space and its components (demonstrate the ability to attribute different values to a space and its components), carry out spatial planning, demonstrate understanding of the theoretical foundations of artis ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Academic bachelor's degree in mechatronics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) carry out a set task in accordance with performance standards; demonstrate mastery of research methods, procedures and processes in the field of mechatronics: design, plan, construct, build and maintain mechatronic products, machines and installations using professional critical judgement, self-critical assessment and responsibility, taking into account professional excellence, social utility, ethical responsibility, a commitment to professional ethics and criteria for the environmental integrity of their creations; plan, design and build mechatronic products, machines, devices and complex installations in such a way that they will meet functional, design, quality, cost and environmental criteria on the basis of their acquired fundamental knowledge of basic natural science disciplines and specific knowledge of mechanical/structural engineering, electrical engineering project design and computer programming; link theory and practice creatively and innovatively; analyse problems, exclude inessential factors, produce a synthesis and foresee possible solutions and consequences; (subject-specific competences) effectively perform activities in the related work process, address concrete problems in the planning, management and implementation of complex technical tasks in the mechatronics field and in various jobs and positions ranging from the metal processing industry to the electrical industry, and also for work in engineering offices for the planning of mechatronic pr ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Academic bachelor's degree in technical environmental protection (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) write technical reports on completed practical classes or a completed project/seminar, give oral presentations of seminars, find information online and use specific software tools draw up a timetable for project implementation calculate errors in laboratory measurements think creatively demonstrate understanding of the functioning of the environment and ways to manage it, demonstrate understanding of common relations and connections between processes and people at various levels of their operation in connection with the environment, demonstrate understanding of the impact of human actions on the environment at various levels (local and global), demonstrate understanding of the problem of environmental protection as an interdisciplinary problem, the management of which (in terms of prevention and remediation) requires familiarity with engineering, natural science, social science and other disciplines, transfer and apply theoretical knowledge from the field of technical environmental protection in practice and solve problems, above all by seeking new sources of knowledge and applying scientific methods, develop opportunities for communication within the discipline and across disciplines, show initiative and autonomy in decision-making and in managing complex work, (subject-specific competences) construct and design technical and environmental systems, demonstrate knowledge of and use computer modelling of environmental phenomena, demonstrate understanding of existin ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Academic bachelor's degree in transport engineering (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) participate in ensuring the mobility of the population; participate in the planning of transport systems and transport subsystems; participate in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of roads; participate in the management of traffic and traffic flows; participate in the planning and implementation of transport; integrate the principles of sustainable development, the basics of economics, legal regulation, spatial development and settlement issues and environmental protection issues with the issues of ensuring the mobility of the population and the competitiveness of the economy; show creativity and innovation as the result of the broad spectrum of contents covered by the study programme; analyse, synthesise and anticipate solutions and consequences; master the basics of research methods, procedures and processes, develop critical and self-critical assessment; apply knowledge in practice; develop communication skills and abilities, particularly in the international environment; demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a commitment to professional ethics; show cooperativeness and work in a group and in an international environment. (subject-specific competences) demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of the set "space – residential functions – need for mobility"; both in the historical sense ("Introduction to transport engineering") and in the broader developmental sense ("Selected chapters from geography", "Spatial planning"); demo ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Asphalter (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: - prepare and control own work, - ensure the quality and efficiency of own work in the working environment in accordance with regulations and standards, - make rational use of energy, material and time, - ensure own occupational safety and observe environmental protection principles, - communicate with superiors and co-workers, - prepare working surfaces, - lay asphalt mixtures, - clean working surfaces and the surrounding area, ...

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

    Candidates will be able to: accept and review technical documentation and plan their work accordingly for a period of up to one month at the most, ensure the quality and at the same time the financial efficiency of their work and products while observing the principles of rational use of energy, time and material, work in such a way as not to endanger themselves or others in their working environment or pollute the environment, in communication with the various stakeholders they encounter in their work, observe business ethics, prepare working surfaces using light construction machinery, observing the manufacturer's instructions, lay asphalt mixtures manually or using a finisher, paying attention to the quality of the laid surface, clean working surfaces and the surrounding area and demonstrate awareness of the impact on the environment of the operation of machinery and the materials used. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Assistant Construction Worker (no legal status)

    Certificate-holders will be able to: carry out simple building works or simple construction finishing works in accordance with instructions, handle materials and products correctly during preparation, transport, installation and maintenance, use working documentation (instructions, sketches, simple implementation plans), use tools, devices and machinery appropriately and carry out preventive maintenance, make economical use of materials and energy, use personal protective equipment and ensure safe work on a building site. Elective: make, erect, dismantle, clean and store shuttering and participate in carpentry work and the protection of wooden structures, operate light construction machinery for work or transport and carry out less demanding demolition work using tools and light construction machinery, carry out building work using all types of bricks and blocks, make plaster, and install stone and concrete facade elements, metal fittings and building fixtures, participate in the preparation of the underlying surface and materials and lay, grout and protect ceramic tiles. Certificate holders build on their key vocational knowledge and abilities with key general knowledge in line with national standards. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia