Competences Acquired Through Studies

Below are competences acquired through study programme for Vocational Nutritionist Dieaticians, Vocational Nurses, Sports Trainers, Vocational Preschool Teachers and Specialized Studies.

Competences Acquired through the Vocational Nutritionist Dieticians Study Programme:

Acquiring knowledge on the functioning and regulation of organ functions, organic systems and the entire human body, in order to understand changed, pathological functioning and regulation and treatment options. Acquiring knowledge on the etiology, clinical manifestations and treatment of disease; the importance of preserving health and implementing preventive measures in order to preserve health; developing skills for lifelong learning; enabling students to apply the acquired knowledge in everyday life and work. Gaining knowledge about the place, role, significance and tasks that hygiene has nowadays as a preventive medical discipline whose field of activity ranges from studying and improving the health of individuals and groups to monitoring various factors of working and living environments and their impact on health.

Competences Acquired through the Vocational Nurses Study Programme:

Acquiring knowledge about basic mechanisms of functioning of various organic systems, forms of organization of the whole organism, and regulatory mechanisms in functional systems. To familiarize students with basic knowledge of the morphology and structure of individual body parts. Introducing students to the principles of inheritance, diseases that have a hereditary predisposition, as well as their prevention and therapy. Acquiring knowledge of the human environment, the impact of man on the environment, of the environment on humans and healthy food production. Introducing students to epidemiological methods and their implementation in everyday practice. Introduction to the process of health care and determining the need for care, nursing diagnosis, care planning, plan implementation and the evaluation of health care. Introducing students to the physiology and the most common health problems and care of specific population groups (children, elderly, pregnant women) with the acquisition of knowledge about the most significant differences in clinical manifestations, diagnosis and therapy.

Competences Acquired through the Specialised Studies Study Programme:

The vocational teachers specialising in work with special needs children have in-depth knowledge, understanding and professional skills in selected narrow areas of specialization; they are capable of implementing in-depth knowledge, understanding and skills to successfully solve complex problems in a partially new or unfamiliar environment in narrow fields of study; they have acquired the knowledge and skills needed for teamwork solving of complex problems in the field; they effectively follow and adopt innovations in the field of specialization and, in a clear and unambiguous manner, convey their findings, knowledge, and the process of concluding, to the  professional and general public; they use information and communication technologies in the acquisition of knowledge in the given field, have gained independence in education and training, and have an understanding of the given field.

Competences Acquired through the Sports Trainers Study Programme: knowledge and skills that enable students to work independently and to practically apply the acquired knowledge in the context of physical education and sport;  qualifications to continue their education, as well as the skills necessary to work in sports associations, economic and social activities.

Competences Acquired through the Vocational Preschool Teachers Study Programme: mastery of modern theoretical knowledge in the field of education and upbringing of children and the acquisition of practical skills for an integrated approach to the care, development, upbringing and education of children from one to seven years old. Each student is obliged to pass all the exams set forth by the study program, to participate in pedagogical practice for a period of 11 weeks (2 weeks in the first year, 4 weeks in the second year and 5 weeks in the third year) and to complete and defend a final paper.