|Appendix 1||Targets for training for training for professional undergrad in the process economy and value chain eding;|
Publication of training for professional undergrad in the process economy and value chain ed;
Purchases of section 22, in the law on vocational education and training, as well as professionsundergraduate studies, cf. Law Order no. 467 of 8. May 2013 :
§ 1. The purpose of the training is to qualify the educated to carry out production planning, procurement coordination and cross-disciplinary project coordination and governance in global environments in the areas of logistics, value chain management, and supply chain management ; private and public undertakings. The training must also give students the right conditions both to the national and international level to continue in the continuing training of skills.
Paragraph 2. The educated must have knowledge, skills and competencies as specified in Annex 1.
§ 2. The training, which is a full-time training, has been set to 210 ECTS points. 60 ECTS points shall be equal to the work of a full time student for 1 year.
Paragraph 2. The training provides the educated right to use the title professionsgraduate in the process economy and value chain management. The English title is Bachelor of Value Chain Management.
Paragraph 3. The English title of the education is Bachelor's Degree Programme in Value Chain Management.
§ 3. The training consists of :
1) Mandatory training elements with an overall scale of 140 ECTS points.
2) Internship with a total of 30 ECTS points.
3) Optional training elements which, for individual students, have an overall scale of 20 ECTS points.
4) Bachelor project of 20 ECTS points.
Paragraph 2. The compulsory elements of the training shall be organized in the following core areas :
1) Market-oriented supply chain management (30 ECTS-points).
2) Market demand and production planning (30 ECTS-points).
3) Flow management (30 ECTS-point).
4) Value chain optimization (30 ECTS-point).
5) Change management (20 ECTS-points).
§ 4. In the case of training, the rules on professional qualifications laid down in the announcement of vocational training and professional training courses, including the purpose, level, knowledge base, practice, content and organisation of professional qualifications, the duration and structure, access, scholar, study and examination of studies, study and study.
§ 5. The governance of the Higher Education and Education and Education Support may allow the deviation of the publication as part of the trial. At the same time, the duration of the test and the reporting form shall be determined.
Paragraph 2. The steering can be dispensers from the notice given that it is justified in specific conditions.
§ 6. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. July, 2013.
Paragraph 2. Publication no. 733 of 20. August 2003 on the training for professional undergrad in the process economy and value chain edging is hereby repealed.
Paragraph 3. The Education Institute may organise transitional arrangements, so that students who follow the training according to the previous rules, cf. paragraph 2, may continue training in accordance with the rules laid down in this notice.
The governance of the Higher Education and Educational Support, the 10. June 2013
/ Kirsten Lippert
Targets for training for training for professional undergrad in the process economy and value chain eding;
The objectives of the apprenticeship include the knowledge, skills and skills that a professional undergraduate in the process economy and value chain management must be achieved in education.
The trained has
1) knowledge of models and theory in marketing management, inventory management and supply chain management, and basic knowledge of mathematics and technical drawing ;
2) knowledge of relevant production processes, planning, economy and forecasting relevant theory ;
3) knowledge and knowledge of the theories of simulation, production optimization, quality management and purchases,
4) knowledge and theoretical background to optimising the value chain with the basis of the areas of sourcing, strategic management, investment theory, cost budgeting, and the design of value chains ;
5) knowledge and experience from work in practice ;
6) knowledge of how changes can be implemented by means of communication, innovation and change management, and
7) knowledge of negotiation and business models.
The trained can
1) understand and apply marketing models, develop a market strategy as well as at a basic level understanding and design chain chains that meet the requirements of the market,
2) design a product hierarchy, develop forecasting models for a given marketplace, analyze business processes and use different scheduling tools ;
3) analyze, manage and optimize business material flow and sourcing ;
4) analyze your strategy and to select the optimum buil-up of the value chain ;
5) enter the work of a company or organization and perform the functions of a Value Chain Manager in the company in question ;
6) analyze the potential of your business, and to apply the relevant communication in relation to the work with change in the company ;
7) enter into effective negotiation and use relevant business models ; and
8) converts its theoretical knowledge from the entire studio on a practical business project.
The trained can
1) develop a market strategy and select a supply chain that is appropriate for the selected strategy ;
2) identify, analyze and solve economic problems in a business context ;
3) select and implement the best appropriate planning method ;
4) select and optimize your information and materials flow, as well as select and implement it for the task most function-able production and quality management system
5) select and develop the forward-looking strategy in accordance with the needs, develop and redesign the value chain in relation to the selected strategy, and select and develop the correct financial structure for the selected value chain ;
6) handle complex development-oriented situations in a working relationship and take part in a professional organization in a company,
7) facilitators change in organizations and business processes ; and
8) handle complex developmental situations and contexts in a working context, work independently and interorganizationally with a professional approach, as well as identify and implement changes in both the organization and organization of the organization ; the production of value chains.