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  1. vocational qualification built on a certain qualification in higher education

    Qualifications of higher vocational education and training can be obtained by those who have the following competences: 1) knowledge - Having general and trade specific, theoretical and practical knowledge that one can systematise. Having solid knowledge in the practical methods and tools necessary to a high-quality extended performance at a given trade. Being aware of the trade-related terminology in one’s mother tongue, and having basic language skills in at least one foreign language. 2) skills - Fulfilling jobs related to one’s qualification. Planning and realising job-related tasks by choosing and applying the necessary methods and tools. 3) attitudes - Being open to new results and innovation of the field, striving for getting to know and applying them. Accepting and mediating genuinely the social role and the values of one’s trade. Being open to professional co-operation with experts in further fields of the trade. 4) autonomy and responsibilities - Working independently with continuous self-reflection. Taking responsibility for the work of one’s own and of the professional group’s that one leads. Pre-conditions for the admission to the training: Admission to higher vocational education and training programmes requires one to pass the secondary school leaving exam. The higher education institutions can bind admissions to reasonable requirements and the fulfilment of tests, exams related to health, profession and aptitude; results of secondary studies and the secondary school leaving exam; and the attainm ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  2. Bachelor's degree

    Qualifications of BA/Bsc education can be obtained by those who have the following competences: 1) knowledge – Having a comprehensive knowledge about fundamental facts, directions and limits in the domain of the educational field. Being aware of the most important relations, theories and the underlying terminology of the field at hand. Knowing the cognitive and problem-solving methods of major theories of the field, and the related policies and regulations. 2) skills – Fulfilling jobs related to one’s qualification. Analysing the disciplines of the field at a basic level, drawing up connections synthetically and analysing them adequately. Identifying professional routine problems, exploring and formulating the solution-oriented precept and practical background and solving them by applying standard procedures. 3) attitude – Accepting and genuinely representing the role of the field in the society and its fundamental relations to the world. Being open to the professional, technological developments of the field and mediating them genuinely. 4) autonomy and responsibility – Reflecting on comprehensive, fundamental issues of the profession independently, even in unexpected decision-making scenarios, and elaborating on those issues by using available resources. Taking responsibilities in forming and supporting professional stands and directions. Input-related pre-conditions for the trainings: Passing the secondary school leaving exam. The attainment of a certain level of foreign language certificate, and the fulfilm ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  3. basic partial vocational qualification

    (which does not require any completed school qualification, and it may be acquired in the VET provided outside the school system, in special vocational school training or in the BRIDGE II programme)Respective descriptor-content from the HuQF grid: 1. Knowledge - knows the basic facts, concepts and simple correlations of a given topic (area of learning, speciality); has a general command of the mother tongue/language, mathematical-logical and science-literacy; has the basic-intermediate level theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for the exercise of particular tasks connected to occupational profiles.2. Skills - able to identify uncomplicated correlations of cause and effect; able to carry out identification, distinction and comparison in relation to different topics, upon predetermined specific criteria; able to carry out multi-component tasks/or series of tasks occasionally; able to use basic materials and tools with guidance; able to compose a written and verbal statement in a given field, react to a statement, use basic terminology; possesses basic competencies necessary for cooperation. 3. Attitudes - in learning situations and tasks he/she is open to activities developing his knowledge; is aware of fundamental moral and collective values, basic civic rights and responsibilities.4. Autonomy and responsibility - in simple task-situations works independently and with responsibility; in the case of more complex tasks, instructions are sufficient instead of close control; a sense of responsibility is de ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  4. EQF National Coordination Point, Educational Authority

    Qualifications attainable in secondary education:CXC. Act of 2011 on the National Public Education;100/1997. Government Decree on the Rules of Secondary School-leaving Examination Significant rules and policies concerning higher educational and vocational qualifications: CCVI Act of 2011 on National Higher Education; 18/2016 Ministry of Human Capacities Decree on modifying the 8/2003 Ministry of Human Capacities Decree on the output requirements of Higher Vocational Education and Training, Ba/Bsc, Ma/Msc and Teacher Training Programmes, and the common requirements of Teacher Preparation; 283/2012 Government Decree on the System of Teacher Training, Specialisations and Register of Teacher Training Programmes; 87/2015 Government Decree on the implementation of certain elements of the CCVI Act of 2011 on National Higher Education ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  5. higher level vocational qualification

    (which is bound to secondary school leaving examination, and it may be mainly acquired in the VET provided within the school system)Respective descriptor-content from the HuQF grid: 1. Knowledge - knows basic facts and concepts related to a given field of work or study, understands key processes and correlations; knows the language and terminology of a given field, preferably in a foreign language as well; knows and understands the conceptual correlations and structure of his field of interest; understands the correlations of complicated, multi-factor phenomena; is familiar with the methods necessary for employing the facts, concepts, correlations and procedures of a given field.2. Skills - able to apply knowledge related to a field of work or study in an unusual context; able to think systematically, and use certain forms of abstraction; able to gather new information, and process it independently; able to plan and implement his/her learning and problem-solving strategy on his own and make the necessary corrections; able to identify problem situations in his/her field of work or study and articulate adequate proposals for solving them.3. Attitudes - open to undertaking new tasks; able to assess possibilities; consider risks, alternatives and consequences; is capable of making compromises; follows ethical and legal norms in decision-making situations, understands the correlations between values, behaviour and lifestyle; committed to the profession and to quality work; keen on continuous self-education and appli ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  6. higher level vocational qualification add-on

    (which is built on a vocational qualification, which may be mainly acquired in the VET within the school system and bound to secondary school leaving examination)Respective descriptor-content from the HuQF grid: 1. Knowledge - has a fundamental general and specialized, theoretical and practical knowledge, related to a particular field of study/work. His theoretical and practical knowledge is systematic; his/her sound knowledge regarding the application of methods and tools ensures lasting exercise of the given profession at a high level; knows the specific terminology of the given field (in the mother tongue and in at least one foreign language).2. Skills - able to solve the tasks related to a given profession: to design and carry them out, to choose the appropriate methods and tools, to apply them in an individual and complex manner; his/her skills to communicate in his mother tongue and in a foreign language enable him/her to carry out a professional cooperation with speakers of other languages; able to improve his/her knowledge, and apply different methods of knowledge acquisition, self-improvement and current information and communication technologies for that purpose; able to make responsible decisions related to employment and entrepreneurship. 3. Attitudes - open to the new achievements and innovations in his/her field of work/study. Takes efforts to be acquainted with, understand and use them; aims for continuous self-education; committed to high quality professional work; self-critical concerning his/h ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  7. lower secondary partial vocational qualification

    (which is built on primary school qualification or on the theoretical and practical knowledge input elements defined in the vocational and examination requirements, and it may be acquired in the VET provided outside the school system, in special vocational school training, or in the BRIDGE II programme).Respective descriptor-content from the HuQF grid: 1. Knowledge - knows basic facts, concepts and processes related to a given field of work or study, recognises and understands multi-factor correlations; in addition to being acquainted with tools, methods and procedures for carrying out tasks, he/she also applies basic methods of autonomous knowledge acquisition; possesses a broader inventory of knowledge element s/units in the field of study/work of his/her interest; knows and applies rules, processes of task execution.2. Skills - able to establish linkage between knowledge and knowledge schemata, and develop a new schema in a well-known context; in addition to the routine performance of simple tasks, he/she is also able to solve new problems with unusual elements creatively; able to select and apply the appropriate tools, materials; able to perceive correlations and think in a systemic context.3. Attitudes - able to judge and apply in a critical manner information from diverse sources; open to make joint efforts, work in a group, and accepts interdependence; complies with the widely accepted social norms both in professional and private communication; committed to his profession/field of interest. 4. Autonomy ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  8. lower secondary qualification add-on

    (which is built on a vocational qualification, which requires primary school qualification, and may be acquired in the VET provided outside the school system)Respective descriptor-content from the HuQF grid: 1. Knowledge - knows basic facts, concepts and processes related to a given field of work or study, recognises and understands multi-factor correlations; in addition to being acquainted with tools, methods and procedures for carrying out tasks, he/she also applies basic methods of autonomous knowledge acquisition; possesses a broader inventory of knowledge element s/units in the field of study/work of his/her interest; knows and applies rules, processes of task execution.2. Skills - able to establish linkage between knowledge and knowledge schemata, and develop a new schema in a well-known context; in addition to the routine performance of simple tasks, he/she is also able to solve new problems with unusual elements creatively; able to select and apply the appropriate tools, materials; able to perceive correlations and think in a systemic context.3. Attitudes - able to judge and apply in a critical manner information from diverse sources; open to make joint efforts, work in a group, and accepts interdependence; complies with the widely accepted social norms both in professional and private communication; committed to his profession/field of interest. 4. Autonomy and responsibility - self-control and systematic selfreflection concerning individual learning and work activities becomes common.   ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  9. lower secondary vocational qualification

    (which is built on primary school qualification or on the input competences defined in the vocational and examination requirements, and it may be acquired in the VET provided outside the school system)Respective descriptor-content from the HuQF grid: 1. Knowledge - knows basic facts, concepts and processes related to a given field of work or study, recognises and understands multi-factor correlations; in addition to being acquainted with tools, methods and procedures for carrying out tasks, he/she also applies basic methods of autonomous knowledge acquisition; possesses a broader inventory of knowledge element s/units in the field of study/work of his/her interest; knows and applies rules, processes of task execution.2. Skills - able to establish linkage between knowledge and knowledge schemata, and develop a new schema in a well-known context; in addition to the routine performance of simple tasks, he/she is also able to solve new problems with unusual elements creatively; able to select and apply the appropriate tools, materials; able to perceive correlations and think in a systemic context.3. Attitudes - able to judge and apply in a critical manner information from diverse sources; open to make joint efforts, work in a group, and accepts interdependence; complies with the widely accepted social norms both in professional and private communication; committed to his profession/field of interest. 4. Autonomy and responsibility - self-control and systematic selfreflection concerning individual learning and work ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary
  10. Master's degree

    Qualifications of MA/Msc education can be obtained by those who have the following competences: 1) knowledge – Having a thorough knowledge about both general and specific characteristics, boundaries of the field’s expertise, its directions for development and links to other related fields of the profession. Having a detailed knowledge about the given field’s connections, theories and the relevant terminology, specific research methods and related regulations and policies. 2) skills – Conducting detailed analysis of different views and professional stands that contribute to the body of knowledge in the given field. Drawing up comprehensive and specific connections and carrying out evaluation. Identifying specific professional issues with a versatile interdisciplinary approach. Applying field-related knowledge transfer techniques, processing publications, having knowledge about the effective research and processing of information at an advanced level. 3) attitude – Situating oneself into the overall and particular set of relations, and professional identity that feeds into the distinct nature, individual and community role of the field. Transmitting the profession’s summative and specified set of issues authentically. Making strategic decisions by carefully considering and respecting legal and ethical standards in situations where new and complex approach is necessary. Exhibiting and representing an advanced professional identity and devotion toward the professional and broader community in society. Striving to c ...

    Category: Qualification Frameworks Location: Hungary

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