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  1. Academic Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology (no legal status)

    Students are capable of: (general competences) team work and good communication, flexible use of knowledge in practice, acquainting with institutional requirements of the field of expertise (relevant legislation, professional organisation), obtaining knowledge of general educational, adult learning and didactic management strategies, familiarising with the code of ethics and expertise codes, general organisational skills, information literacy, communication in a foreign language, first-aid knowledge, (programme-specific competences) understanding the anthropological and kinesiological foundations of sport, acquainting with the bio-psycho-social characteristics of individual age and gender groups, obtaining knowledge of the health aspects of physical stress, obtaining knowledge of the physiological aspects of physical stress, acquiring knowledge of the basic biomechanical aspects of physical stress, acquiring knowledge of the educational, adult learning and didactic aspects of exercise, planning, implementing and monitoring exercise in order to influence physical and functional abilities and physical characteristics of a healthy person, managing appropriate diagnostic procedures in the area of expertise, familiarising with the characteristics of healthy nutrition and advising on the use of nutritional supplements in combination with exercise and healthy lifestyle, producing a preventive exercise programme and participate in the rehabilitation of typical problems of the musculoskeletal system (obesity, pain in t ...

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

    Certificate holders will be able to: (general competences) undertake technical analysis and synthesis, anticipate solutions and use judgement in order to make optimal decisions in logistics systems and processes, independently apply acquired theoretical knowledge to solve problems in practice, develop communication skills and expertise, demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a deep commitment to professional ethics, demonstrate mastery of supply and procurement chains, use ICT and information management systems intensively and constantly in their specific professional field. (subject-specific competences) rationally and realistically address specific work problems in the field of logistics systems, demonstrate coherent mastery of basic knowledge integrate knowledge from various fields and build it into specific applications in logistics organisations and other organisations with a strong logistics function, develop skills and expertise in the application of knowledge in their specific professional field, etc., use ICT and information management systems intensively and constantly in their specific professional field, etc. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Academic bachelor's degree in sports training (no legal status)

    Students are capable of: (general competences) team work and good communication, flexible use of knowledge in practice, application of general educational strategies of conduct, knowledge and understanding of development laws, differences and needs of individuals, understanding individual values and value systems, knowledge of code of ethics and expertise, general organisational skills, knowledge and understanding of the institutional framework of work (requirements, legislation, documents, legal aspects of work in sports), information literacy, communication in a foreign language, knowledge of first aid, (specific competences) understanding the basic anthropological and kinesiological aspects in sport, knowledge of health aspects in sport, knowledge of physiological aspects in sport, knowledge of basic biomechanical aspects of sport, application of theoretical concepts of sports training, knowledge and understanding of the organisation of sport, people skills/being open-minded, consideration of the social circumstances of sport, mastering sport skills, knowledge and competitive experience in the selected sports industry, planning, organisation, implementation and supervision of sports training, knowledge about athletes and their development characteristics, knowledge of educational and didactic aspects of the process of exercise, management of appropriate diagnostic procedures in the field of expertise, understanding and application of the rules of officiating in the selected sports industry, understanding and ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. 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
  5. Academic Bachelor's degree of Sports Recreation (no legal status)

    Students are capable of: (General competences) team work and good communication, flexible use of knowledge in practice, knowledge and understanding of institutional framework of work (requirements, legislation, documentation needs, legal aspects of work in sports and tourism), knowledge of educational, andragogic and didactic strategies of work, knowledge and understanding of developmental laws, differences and needs of individuals, understanding individual values and value systems, knowledge of ethics and codes of expertise, general organisational skills, information literacy, communication in a foreign language, knowledge of first aid (programme-specific competences) understanding the anthropological and kinesiological basics of sport knowledge of bio-psycho-social characteristics of different groups of people, sensitivity/openness to people, taking into account the social circumstances of sport, knowledge of the health aspects of sport, knowledge of the physiological basics of sport, knowledge of basic biomechanical aspects of sport, knowledge of the basics of tourism, connections between sport and tourism, as well as sports animation included in the tourist offer, knowledge and understanding of the organisation of sport and tourism, knowledge of the problem area of free time in connection with sports and tourism, knowledge of the physical, motor and health characteristics of children and young people, adults, elderly people and special groups of people, management of appropriate diagnostic procedures in the ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Bachelor in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement

    1. Vanuit een bewustzijn van de complexiteit van de snel evoluerende toeristisch-recreatieve sector, volgt de PBA in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement actuele gebeurtenissen, ontwikkelingen en maatschappelijke trends op de voet. 2. De PBA in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement verzamelt in een beroepscontext op efficiënte wijze relevante gegevens en verwerkt deze tot bruikbare en toegankelijke informatie voor alle rechthebbenden, gebruik makend van de middelen die in de toeristisch-recreatieve sector gangbaar zijn, met inbegrip van ICT en multimedia. 3. De PBA in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement beheerst de voornaamste communicatievormen en –technieken en gebruikt deze doel- en doelgroepgericht, zowel mondeling als schriftelijk, in het Nederlands en in minstens 2 vreemde talen. 4. De PBA in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement draagt vanuit een klantgerichte en dienstverlenende ingesteldheid bij aan de professionaliteit van de organisatie. 5. De PBA in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement werkt teamgericht in een internationale, interculturele en/of multidisciplinaire beroepsomgeving. 6. De PBA in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement toont zin voor initiatief en heeft een probleemoplossende ingesteldheid. 7. De PBA in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement bouwt voortdurend aan zijn netwerk in de toeristisch-recreatieve sector, binnen en buiten de eigen organisatie. 8. De PBA in het toerisme en het recreatiemanagement ontwikkelt inzicht in de visie en managementstrategie van de organi ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Belgium, Flemish Community
  7. Bachelor in het vastgoed (Makelaardij)

    1. Beroepsgerelateerde wet- en regelgeving interpreteren en toepassen, in het bijzonder aangaande : burgerlijk en gerechtelijk recht, bouw- en vastgoedrecht, milieurecht, ruimtelijke ordeningsrecht, fiscaal recht,… en hieromtrent kwalitatief adviseren. 2. Plannen van onroerend goed lezen en interpreteren. De verschillende vastgoedtypes beschrijven, evalueren, schatten. 3. Doelgericht advies geven en expertises verrichten, onderbouwd met technische kennis m.b.t. constructie, materiaalherkenning, bouwfysica, bouwpathologie, renovatie en onderhoud. 4. Beroepsspecifieke informaticatoepassingen toepassen en standaard-software, multimedia- en communicatiemiddelen beroepsgericht gebruiken. 5. Stedenbouwkundige inlichtingen verzamelen, analyseren en toepassen in een ruimtelijke context. 6. In een multidisciplinair verband samenwerken met beroepsactoren (collega’s, notaris, bouwpartners, accountant, fiscalist, bankier, jurist, overheid, …) indien nodig ook in een internationale context. 7. Onder begeleiding een aan de beroepspraktijk gerelateerd onderzoeksvraagstuk projectmatig bestuderen en hierop een gestructureerd en gefundeerd antwoord formuleren. Dit omvat het doelgericht relevante gegevens verzamelen, verwerken, interpreteren, rapporteren en presenteren. 8. Het beroepsveld kennen, situeren t.o.v. aanverwante vakgebieden en de respectievelijke deontologische codes respecteren. Domeinspecifieke leerresultaten van de afstudeerrichting Makelaardij 1. Voor rekening van derden bemiddelen bij verkoop, aankoop, ruil, verh ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Belgium, Flemish Community
  8. Bachelor in sport en bewegen

    De professionele bacheloropleiding Sport en Bewegen (BSB) is een unieke opleiding in Vlaanderen. Het domeinspecifieke leerresultatenkader werd opgesteld met behulp van de handleiding van de VLIR-VLHORA stuurgroep ‘Learning Outcomes’ en bestaat uit 13 eindcompetenties voor de bewegingsdeskundige (BWD): 1. De BWD beoefent zelf actief sport- en bewegingsactiviteiten op een verantwoorde wijze en werkt efficiënt samen voor complexere taken met specialisten. 2. De BWD traint op een wetenschappelijk onderbouwde wijze, via een gepaste begeleiding en met het gepast gebruik van hulpmiddelen om de sport- en bewegingsvaardigheden van anderen te ontwikkelen en beoordeelt zichzelf en anderen kritisch in functie van veilig bewegen. 3. De BWD hanteert sportgerelateerde waarden en normen en toont voorbeeldgedrag. 4. De BWD verzamelt informatie, filtert de informatie en structureert hieruit de geschikte doelstellingen, inhouden en ervaringen en past die toe in functie van de doelgroep. 5. De BWD begeleidt personen en groepen op een resultaatgerichte wijze om het aanwezige potentieel maximaal te realiseren. 6. De BWD communiceert verbaal en non-verbaal op een professionele manier, zowel in eigen team, met de doelgroep als met externen. 7. De BWD communiceert informatie, ideeën, problemen en oplossingen in functie van de doelgroep. 8. De BWD functioneert efficiënt als lid van een team, neemt medeverantwoordelijkheid op voor collectieve resultaten en heeft zicht op zijn eigen rol voor de organisatie, zowel binnen de organisatie als ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Belgium, Flemish Community
  9. Bachelor of Aesthetics & Cosmetology TE. Department of Aesthetics & Cosmetology. Faculty of Health and Caring Professions. Technological Educational Institute of Athens.

    They acquire the necessary scientific and technological knowledge, abilities and skills to assume responsibility for the establishment, organization and functioning of the Beauty Salon, choosing the right equipment, instruments and materials and safely providing their services both for the care of healthy skin and for addressing aesthetic problems. They work in cosmetics industries by participating in the development, production, quality control and safety and efficacy studies of new cosmetic products. They work together with dermatological or endocrinological clinics or practices and with Plastic Surgeons to address the problems of their specialty. They carry out studies and participate in research groups. They are employed at various levels of education. ...

    Awarding bodyTechnological Educational Institute of Athens

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  10. Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Hospitality Management

    Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Hospitality Management ...

    Awarding bodyQuality and Qualifications Ireland

    Category: Qualifications Location: Ireland

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