Title Towards a European qualification for Solid Waste Facilities’ Managers (Acronym SWFM-QF)
Project Number 528022-LLP-1-2012-1-GR-LEONARDO-LMP
Product Harmonised Competence Frame
Title Harmonised Competence Frame
Product Type procedure for the analysis and prognosis of the vocational training requirement
Marketing Text Based on the findings of the comparative assessment of qualifications, an integrated frame with detailed definition of expected knowledge, skills, and competences concerning the profile of Facilities Managers in the Solid Waste Management industry will be structured (expected at EQF levels 4-6).
A harmonized qualification framework to fulfill the needs of for managers occupied in different types of solid waste management facilities, was fully developed. The identified qualifications are presented in the form of a matrix according to EQF level 6 knowledge, skills and competences descriptors, supporting to their recognition and adoption across the European Union countries.
The methodology used to compile the SWFM Harmonised Qualifications Framework was based on the methodology implemented for the development of a Professional Profile.
It is anticipated, the developed qualification frameworks to contribute to a wider understanding of the roles and responsibilities, activities and tasks of waste managers in managing effectively and sustainably different solid waste management facilities.
The harmonized qualification framework was created in English and translated in all languages of participating countries (Bulgarian, Hungarian, Italian, German, Greek, Polish and Lithuanian).
Target group Members of the SWFM-QF Network.
Result The results will be presented in the form of a matrix according to EQF / ECVET Criteria (definition of qualification in terms of learning outcomes, mapping in onto the EQF via qualification frameworks, designing qualifications in transferable units of learning outcomes with allocation of credit points linking qualifications with related VET programmes for validation, transfer and recognition of learning outcomes achieved in formal, informal and non formal contexts.
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