European Qualifications Framework (EQF) has 8 levels (1 – the lowest, 8 – the highest).
Levels reflect the complexity level of acquired knowledge, skills and competences (learning outcomes).
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Learning outcomes are formulated in accordance with the relevant occupational standard: Occupational standards register
1. Professional activities necessary for performing the basic tasks
knowledge at the imaginary level:
1.1. FSC and PEFC Forestry Certification Standards;
1.2. employment relationship;
1.3. the basics of physiology of trees.
2. Professional activities necessary for performing the basic tasks
knowledge at the level of awareness:
2.2. the properties and effects of plant protection products;
2.3. nature protection requirements;
2.4. environmental protection requirements;
2.5. labor protection requirements;
2.6. timber assortment quality requirements;
2.7. fire safety requirements.
3. Professional activities necessary for performing the basic tasks
knowledge at the level of use:
3.1. forestry development, restoration and care tools, their use
techniques, maintenance and repair;
3.2. forestry technologies;
3.3. labor safety regulations;
3.4. planting and storage conditions;
3.5. forest restoration and maintenance requirements;
3.6. growing pruning requirements;
3.7. forestry plant protection products;
3.8. fire regulations and fire behavior;
3.9. first aid;
3.10. professional communication in the state language and in one foreign language.
1. Work with different hands, necessary for carrying out work duties
tools and a brushcutter, carry out maintenance and simple repairs.
2. Shorten the root system of the planting material.
3. Use plant protection products for plant protection.
4. Plant trees and plantations of bare-tree trees.
5. Determine the location and number of plantations in the area to be planted.
6. Copy forest crops and young plants with a brushcutter.
7. Saw the palm trees in the forest stands.
8. Identify technological corridors in the felling area.
9. Apply tree felling aids.
10. Cut the branches in a stack or place it on the way.
11. Evaluate the quality of tree trunks.
12. Sort individual assortment of timber.
13. Saw the crowns of growing trees in forest areas and seedlings,
using hand tools.
14. Mow grass between the rows of trees.
15. Work in conditions related to work environment risks.
16. Sow tree seeds.
17. Sort and rearrange the seedlings.
18. Carry out works.
19. When planting and properly storing the planting material.
20. Observe labor protection requirements.
21. Use personal protective equipment.
22. Use safe and ergonomic working techniques.
23. Provide first aid.
24. Understand and respect nature and environmental protection requirements and work
without compromising the environment.
25. Carry out work duties in accordance with FSC and PEFC Forestry
26. Observe the fire safety regulations.
27. Assess the risk of fire spreading.
28. Act in the event of a fire.
29. Observe the requirements of employment legal relations.
1. Ability to sow or plant trees using properly prepared seed or
planted material and determine the number and placement of plantations in afforested areas.
2. Ability to keep forest crops, young trees, split up trees and build
tree crowns on seedlings and forest areas.
3. Ability to sort separately assimilated timber assortments, harvest branches
stack or install on the way.
4. Ability to work in forestry, seedlings and
nurseries under the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Forest
Certification Scheme Evaluation Programs (PEFC) Forestry
5. Ability to use safe and ergonomic working techniques and
tools in fulfilling work tasks.
6. Ability to provide first aid.
7. Ability to communicate in the state language and in one foreign language.
8. Ability to understand and comply with labor, nature and environmental protection requirements;
performing work duties in logging, seedlings and seedlings
9. Ability to use plant protection products for forestry,
taking into account the physical and chemical properties of the substances, and avoiding the risks of
related to the use of such substances.
10. Ability to observe fire safety regulations, if necessary
take appropriate action.
11. Ability to work independently and take responsibility for your work
12. Ability to observe employment legal relations.
Forestry (082)Detailed field: (ISCED 2013)
Basic educationQualification type
Vocational (continuing education)Full or partial