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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. Degree of Management and Conservation of Ecclesiastical Cultural Heritage Objects Programme. University of Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki.

    Knowledge: 1) Understand and promote Orthodox Ecclesiastical culture. 2) Demonstrate good laboratory behaviour and practice. 3) Be sensitive towards issues of the moral and ethical code concerning the preservation an ecclesiastical cultural inheritance. 4) Know the characteristics, the properties, and the behaviours of different preservation materials. 5) Organise and apply preservation procedures and practices, such as those regarding management, recognition, research, assessment, diagnosis, documentation, recording, restoration, and preservation. 6) Recognise and discern the specific characteristics of relics and materials, as well as the methods and procedures concerning the preservation thereof. 7) Know IT systems and item digitization systems. Skills1) Treat relics and cultural items of the Church Tradition with a scientific and theological manner. 2) Handle traditional manufacture materials. 3) Record in a scientific manner the relics and monuments. 4) Operate laboratory instruments used for detecting materials, such as spectrometers, microscopes, X-ray machines. 5) Draft studies for the management of museums. 6) Digitise and document church or museum collections. 7) Identify relics and classify them within their historical, cultural, and sociological environment. 8) Preserve subjects of culture, ico ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  2. Bachelor's Degree in Cultural Technology and Communication. Department of Cultural Technology and Communication. Faculty of Social Sciences. University of the Aegean.

    The graduates of the department: - Know the basic principles for programming computer software and designing IT systems. - Know, assess, and select suitable techniques and technologies for IT and communications in order to promote the cultural legacy. - Know the basic principles of the theory of culture and communication, and combines them with the purpose of disseminating cultural information. - Know the basic principles for the preservation and management of the material and immaterial cultural inheritance. - Know and design the creative production of quality cultural content, using IT and multimedia technologies. - Know technologies and techniques for the registration and processing of image and audio using digital means. - Know how to organize and make use of data through an audiovisual or multimedia project. - Understand the concept of the cultural information and the basic principles for organizing and managing it. - Analyse the requirements for the design and development of IT systems. - Understand the capabilities for connecting new technologies and culture within the context of the scientific field of cultural informatics. - Understand the methods by which humans interact with digital cultural content. - Understand the capacities and the prospects of the interdisciplinary composition and collaboration. - Analyse the changes in cultural values and behaviours and adjust the presentation, promotion, and communication of the cultural information to them. - Apply the theories and learning models for the ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece