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Basic information

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  • Application period: 4.12. - 31.12.2019
  • Date: 2.3. - 4.5.2020
  • Scope: 5 cr
  • Location: Online
  • Price: 75 €

Study unit's learning outcomes

The student is able to

  • analyse and develop his/her activity as a member of the work community and a manager
  • apply labour legislation and collective agreements
  • analyse the work community and promote well-being at work


Grading is between 0 - 5.

Grade 5 (Excellent)

Students are able to

  • Apply professional concepts expertly.
  • Comply with occupational safety instructions responsibly and independently.
  • Justify activities using research knowledge.
  • Work independently and take initiatives in line with objectives. Operations are often flexible, systematic, development-oriented, creative and active.
  • Select the appropriate techniques and models for activities, and justify the choices.
  • Act in customer-oriented ways and according to the situation.
  • Promote group activities.
  • Able to critically apply ethical principles in the subject field in one's conduct and tasks.

Grade 3 (Good)

Students are able to

  • Apply professional concepts systematically.
  • Apply occupational safety instructions in their activities.
  • Justify, compare and analyse their activities using general guidelines.
  • Able to cope independently in different tasks in each operating environment.
  • Apply acquired techniques and models diversely.
  • Act professionally in customer situations.
  • Work in a group in line with objectives.
  • Justify their activities in accordance with ethical principles..

Grade 1 (Satisfactory)

Students are able to

  • Apply most important/individual and appropriate professional concepts, and indicate their familiarity with the knowledge base.
  • Act safely, although activities are often schematic/ experimental/ fumbling/ self-involved.
  • Comply with rules and instructions, and justify their activities using provided instructions.
  • Act appropriately under guidance.
  • Use acquired techniques and models.
  • Take customers into account in their actions.
  • Act as group members.
  • Act in accordance with ethical principles.

There are 15 seats for open UAS students.

When enrolling, please choose the study unit with code A9482-3009.

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