Linking Academic Skills To Career Paths Jobs in

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Linking Academic Skills To Career Paths Jobs in the Science, Transportation and Services sector

Linking Academic Skills To Career Paths Jobs in the Science, Transportation and Services sector

Transportation Sector v Rail/Subway Operator Ø Aerospace Engineer v Taxi Driver Ø Aircraft Mechanic/Technician

Transportation Sector v Rail/Subway Operator Ø Aerospace Engineer v Taxi Driver Ø Aircraft Mechanic/Technician Ø Pilot �Sailor Ø Air traffic Controller �Captain Ø Flight Attendant �Ship Engineer

Transportation Sector Professional activities extend to aerospace and space technology. Αanalyses aerospace constructions, propulsion

Transportation Sector Professional activities extend to aerospace and space technology. Αanalyses aerospace constructions, propulsion systems, aerodynamics and flight engineering. The profession requires except of very good knowledge of aerospace and space technology good knowledge of physics and mathematics, as well as design skills. Job description Academic Skills Education Aerospace Engineer The aerospace engineer is a graduate of the Department of Polytechnical Universities as a Mechanical Engineering, with specialization in Aerospace, and Aerospace Engineering. Non. Academic Skills Future the ability to perceive space, to devise new ideas and original plans, administrative skills, team spirit, but also the capacities of working with and communicating with the staff. Due to the continuing evolution of aerospace technology, there are several opportunities for employment in similar organizations or companies. The earnings of the professional are high, with the possibilities for his development to be significant, depending on his qualifications and activity.

Transportation Sector Inspection and maintenance of the aircraft at the airport runway and periodic

Transportation Sector Inspection and maintenance of the aircraft at the airport runway and periodic maintenance and repair at scheduled times provided by the manufacturing company. After completing each inspection, he signs specific forms for the suitability of the aircraft The profession requires except of very good knowledge of aircraft technology physics, mathematics, as well as design skills. Job description Education Aircraft Mechanic/ Technician Students can attend courses in this specialty in aircraft engineering departments in high school, or. . Academic Skills Non. Academic Skills Future Team spirit, working with and communicating with the staff, also responsibility, discipline consistency It can work in all the airline companies in the world, as well as a private airplane engineer

Science Sector ØArchaeologist ØAstronomers ØBiochemists ØBiologists ØChemists ØGeographers ØHistorians ØPhysicists

Science Sector ØArchaeologist ØAstronomers ØBiochemists ØBiologists ØChemists ØGeographers ØHistorians ØPhysicists

Science Sector Professionals are occupied with the study of the history of ancient civilizations.

Science Sector Professionals are occupied with the study of the history of ancient civilizations. They are involved in excavations and are responsible for the maintenance of the ancient ruins. Professionals should have a very good knowledge of language, literature and English as well as Latin, history, computers. Job description Academic Skills Education Archaeologist Studies are offered at the Faculty of History and Archaeology in university. Post- graduate studies are available too in several sectors. Non-Academic Skills Future They should be persistent, patient and responsible. Stamina and fitness are a must too. They should be able to work long hours outdoors and away from home. Professionals work in museums , libraries, private institutes/labs and in excavations at archaeological sites. They can also work both in the private or public sector as civil servants or as school teachers.

Science Sector It involves the study of planets, galaxies and the universe , They

Science Sector It involves the study of planets, galaxies and the universe , They are occupied with the study of the principles and the evolution of matter , the movement of the planets and the collection of data and information about them. They should be good at maths, physics , computers, english and chemistry. Job description Academic Skills Education Astronomer Studies are offered at he university at the faculty of Physics as well as post – graduate studies in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Mechanics. Non-Academic Skills Future Professionals must be observant, systematic and organized. Also they should be punctual, skillful, clever and flexible. Professionals work in National Observatories, laboratories in the private and public sector, museums, planetariums as well as in the construction of spaceships and planes. Also they can work as university teachers.

Services Sector üElectrician üMechanics üDriver üGardener üBarber/ Hairdresser ü Seller üHost/Hostess v. Babysitter v.

Services Sector üElectrician üMechanics üDriver üGardener üBarber/ Hairdresser ü Seller üHost/Hostess v. Babysitter v. Fitness Trainer v. Baker v. Tourist Guide v. Cooker ü Waiter/Waitress üDogsitter/Dog Walker üTravel Agent

Services Sector Professionals are occupied in four sectors: energy, constructions, productions and mechanical design

Services Sector Professionals are occupied in four sectors: energy, constructions, productions and mechanical design They design, install and are responsible for the mechanical equipment of buildings and industries. . The profession requires good knowledge of physics and mathematics, as well as mechanical design skills. Academic Skills Job description Education Mechanics Students attend studies at Vocational Training Schools in this specialty. Advanced studies are offered at Technological Educational Institutes and at Polytechnic Schools. Non-Academic Skills Future Professionals should be responsible, organising and cooperative. Fitness and stamina are necessary as they work under difficult conditions mostly outdoors. Professionals can work in the public sector or in private construction offices/industries. They can work as individual employees carrying out surveys or supervising mechanical engineering installations. Finally they can work as teachers in Vocationa Training Schools.

The profession requires except of very good knowledge of physics, mathematics, as well as

The profession requires except of very good knowledge of physics, mathematics, as well as design skills. Services Sector Responsible for the design, construction and maintenance of electrical installations in buildings. Also, professionals can maintain electrical appliances. Job description Academic Skills Electrician Education Non-Academic Skills Students can attend courses in this specialty in Vocational Training Schools or advanced studies at the Technological Education Institutes. . . Future Professionals should be sociable, responsible, skillful and ready to propose the best solution to their clients. Also they must follow the safety rules as it is considered a high risk profession. Professionals can be occupied in construction buildings as individual workers or in the public sector in companies and organisations. They can also have their own store selling electrical appliances.

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