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19:30 Jul 2, 2002
English to Bulgarian translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Double Award, Single Award,
predmet v uchilishte

Science
Examination Board: OCR
Double Award, 1983; Single Award, 1984;
Separate Sciences: Biology, 1980; Chemistry, 1981....
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Bulgaria
Local time: 10:21
Bulgarian translation:award = (свидетелство за) придобита образователно-квалификационна степен
Explanation:
A VERY WILD GUESS:

single award = свидетелство за придобита само една общообразователна квалификационна степен (???)

double award = свидетелство за придобити една общообразователна и една професионално-квалификационна степен (???)

Наистина са нужни поне няколко часа или дори дни, за да получи човек дори само най-обща представа за системата на общообразователна подготовка и специализирано професионално обучение в Обединеното кралство. Има много полезни източници в Интернет. Някои от тях са разбираеми само за и от британци. Най-ясен и най-лесен за обща ориентация, според мен, е документът на British Council, озаглавен Briefing Sheet 3. UK Outcomes Based Vocational Qualifications (NVQs & GNVQs, SVQs & GSVQs). (http://www.britishcouncil.org/science/science/pubs/briefsht/...

Става дума за модули от учебни курсове (предмети), които се покриват по избор на обучаемия и му носят определени точки (кредити), акумулирането на които, както и полагането на съответен изпит пред външна изпитна комисия (EXTERNAL AWARDING BODY) води в крайна сметка до получаването на съответната образователно-квалификационна степен (и свидетелството за нея). В българското просветно министерство (Дирекция "Професионално образование") има много опит и експертни познания, защото имаше амбициозен и дълъг проект за адаптиране на българската система към английската.

Трудно могат да се преведат въпросните квалификационни степени на български. Поне според мен. А и мълчанието на колегите май подсказва същия извод, но дано някой ме опровергае.

Позволявам си много приблизителен и навярно неточен превод:

award = (свидетелство за) придобита образователно-квалификационна степен

single award = (свидетелство за) придобита само една общообразователна квалификационна степен

double award = (свидетелство за) придобити една общообразователна и една професионално-квалификационна степен

Съществува и tripple award, но нека не гадая повече.

Знам, че отговорът ми не е много полезен, съзнавам, че е прекалено дълъг и едва ли ще Ви свърши много работа, но ... толкова знам и мога. Наистина не става дума за точки и запетайки, нека не се унижаваме с по 1/2, 1 или 2 точки, детинското поведение не ни прилича. Повечето си имаме достатъчно (повече или по-малко добре) платена работа, за да си мерим носовете или други неща. Мисля, че Proz е за преводаческа взаимопомощ и солидарност, а не бойно поле за горделивата война на таралежите. Бях решил да не отговарям повече, но си давам сметка, че специално тези британщини са нелесни. Дано Питър и другите познавачи на британската действителност също предложат становища.

УСПЕХ и хубаво лято!

Следният глосар (мога ли да използвам тази чуждица за речник на специализирани термини?) би Ви бил доста полезен за обща ориентация в лабиринта на английското средно общо и професионално образование.

Higher education glossary
(http://asp.wlv.ac.uk/Level3.asp?UserType=11&Level3=539)

Access Course:
Aimed at people over the age of 19 returning to education, these courses are designed to prepare you for University study. Usually run at Further Education Colleges.

Advanced GCE:
Replaces the old GCE A-Level, the Advanced GCE (General Certificate of Education) is a 6 Unit Award that places an emphasis on traditional academic subjects.

Advanced VCE:
Replacing the old GCE A-Level, the Advanced VCE (Vocational Certificate of Education) is a 6 Unit Award that places the emphasis on vocational and practical work rather than purely academic subjects.

BA (Hons):
Bachelor of Arts - a general first-degree award at honours level - in a subject that involves more words and images than numbers!

BEd:
Bachelor of Education - a first-degree award specific to teaching courses

BEng:
Bachelor of Engineering – a first-degree award specific to engineering courses

BSc (Hons):
Bachelor of Science – a general first degree award at honours level - in a subject that involves more numbers than words!

BTEC:
The Business and Technician Education Council now amalgamated with other organisations to form Edexcel. Responsible for a range of nationally-recognised vocational qualifications including National Certificates and Diplomas (NC/ND) and Higher National Certificates and Diplomas (HNC/HND)

Campus:
A site owned by the University. The University has four campuses at Compton Park, Telford, Walsall and Wolverhampton.

CertEd:
Certificate of Education – a specific teaching qualification.

Class:
Most people associate a ‘class’ with being a group of individuals who are learning together under the direction of a tutor. However, at university, the score you obtain for your undergraduate degree is ranked according to its ‘class’, which is divided into three tiers – from first to third class. The highest award you can achieve at undergraduate level is a First Class Honours degree.

Combined award:
A degree course in which you study modules from more than one subject giving you a chance to combine different interests eg. Business and computing.

CPE:
Common Professional Examination - now also known as LLDip, this is the conversion course for people who have a degree in a subject other than law and want to go on to become a solicitor or a barrister.

Curriculum 2000:
The name for the revised national curriculum aimed at easing your path from school to university, including an overhaul of the UCAS points system.

Distance learning:
Study that doesn’t involve physically attending the university. Makes use of the post and increasingly the Internet.

ENB:
English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting – the body responsible for nurse, midwife and health visitor education in England.

Foundation course:
A course specifically designed to prepare you for university study in a particular subject.

GTTR:
Graduate Teacher Training Registry – the organisation that handles applications for entry to Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) courses.

HNC/HND:
Higher National Certificate – alternative awards to a degree normally seen as having a strongly vocational basis and taking two years to complete. The HND is full-time and the HNC, part-time.

IB:
International Baccalaureat - an internationally-recognised alternative to A Levels

Joint Honours:
A combined degree (see above) in which you take two or three subjects in equal proportions.

Key Skills:
A range of subjects that provide the generic skills that you will need to have irrespective of the career you are looking to go into. Covering topics such as communication, information technology and working with others, up to 60 points earnt can be used as part of your entry to our degree courses.

LLB:
Bachelor at Law – a first-degree award specific to legal courses

LLDip:
Formerly known as CPE (see above)

LLM:
Masters at Law – a higher level degree award specific to legal courses.

Level:
A year of study eg. Level One, Level Two

MA:
Master of Arts – a higher level degree award that follows on from a BA

Module:
A study topic within a subject – degrees and HNDs are made up of a set number of modules

NC/ND:
National Certificate and National Diploma – the middle-range awards in the BTEC system (see above). Accepted as alternative entry qualifications for many University of Wolverhampton courses.

NMAS:
The Nursing and Midwifery Admissions Service – it handles applications for full-length, diploma level pre-registration nursing and midwifery programmes in England.

PGCE:
Postgraduate Certificate of Education – a one-year teaching qualification for people who already possess a degree.

Postgraduate:
Beyond first-degree level. MSc and BSc are examples of postgraduate awards

QAA Score:
An independent rating system for courses run by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education that reviews academic and teaching quality.

Route A/Route B:
Alternative application routes for Art and Design courses. Route A corresponds to the normal UCAS closing date of 15 December, while Route B allows you to delay your application until 24 March in order to prepare your portfolio.

Sandwich:
A course that includes an organised placement usually lasting a year where you have the chance to apply you have learnt to real-life working situations. Gives you invaluable experience and can lead to a job offer after graduation.

School:
One of 11 academic divisions within the University for the teaching of groups of linked subjects. Also known in other institutions as departments or faculties.

Semester:
A block of teaching time of around 14-15 weeks. The University’s academic year is made up of two semesters.

Single Honours/Specialist Degree:
A degree studied in a set programme of modules - usually, but not always, a single subject.

Socrates (also Erasmus, Leonardo and Tempus):
EU funded exchange schemes designed to allow students to study abroad.

SWAS:
The Social Work Admissions System – the organisation that handles applications to many of the social work courses run by the University.

TESOL:
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages – an internationally-recognised qualification that allows you to teach English to those for whom it is not a first language in the UK and overseas.

UCAS:
Universities and Colleges Admissions Service – the body that handles the majority of university and higher education college admissions across the UK.

UCAS Tariff:
The new points system developed by UCAS allowing equal comparison between academic and vocationally based awards. The Tariff unifies qualifications from various awarding bodies, including those in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Undergraduate:
First degree, HND or HNC level.

WOLF:
Wolverhampton Online Learning Framework, a purpose built computer framework that allows students to study online over the Internet, with access to course notes, study materials and contact with fellow students and tutors.

3 Unit Award:
Equivalent to the old AS-Level, this is an intermediate award between GCSE qualifications and Advanced GCE/VCE awards.

6 Unit Award:
Another term for an Advanced GCE/VCE, the 6 Unit Award is equal in standard to the old GCE A-Level and can be studied in an academic route (GCE) or a more vocational route (VCE).

12 Unit Award:
A vocational award, your work at this level will be worth double that studied as a 6 Unit Award, equivalent to a full award in the old GNVQ system.

=======================================
А ето и кратък откъс от нелошо описание на образователната система в Австралия, където професионалното обучение и образование не е много различно от това в Обединеното кралство:

(http://www.studyworldwide.net/studyabroad/aus_edusys.php3)

Vocational education and Training:

Australia's Technical and Further Education (TAFE) sector is a nationally recognised government system of vocational education and training (VET). There are also private providers of such education.

TAFE institutions offer a wide variety of training, ranging from preparatory and entry level, through operator and technician to professional levels.

TAFE institutes are similar to polytechnics in the UK, technical institutes in Asia and community colleges in the USA.

TAFE courses are offered at different levels and a different AWARD is given at each level:
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Note added at 2002-07-02 23:00:54 (GMT)
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Апропо, цифрите 1980, 1981р 1983, 1984 може и да не са годините на придобиване на съответната образов.-квалифик. степен, а кодовете на съответните предмети според ... според нещо си там, вижте в Интернет.
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award = (свидетелство за) придобита образователно-квалификационна степен


Explanation:
A VERY WILD GUESS:

single award = свидетелство за придобита само една общообразователна квалификационна степен (???)

double award = свидетелство за придобити една общообразователна и една професионално-квалификационна степен (???)

Наистина са нужни поне няколко часа или дори дни, за да получи човек дори само най-обща представа за системата на общообразователна подготовка и специализирано професионално обучение в Обединеното кралство. Има много полезни източници в Интернет. Някои от тях са разбираеми само за и от британци. Най-ясен и най-лесен за обща ориентация, според мен, е документът на British Council, озаглавен Briefing Sheet 3. UK Outcomes Based Vocational Qualifications (NVQs & GNVQs, SVQs & GSVQs). (http://www.britishcouncil.org/science/science/pubs/briefsht/...

Става дума за модули от учебни курсове (предмети), които се покриват по избор на обучаемия и му носят определени точки (кредити), акумулирането на които, както и полагането на съответен изпит пред външна изпитна комисия (EXTERNAL AWARDING BODY) води в крайна сметка до получаването на съответната образователно-квалификационна степен (и свидетелството за нея). В българското просветно министерство (Дирекция "Професионално образование") има много опит и експертни познания, защото имаше амбициозен и дълъг проект за адаптиране на българската система към английската.

Трудно могат да се преведат въпросните квалификационни степени на български. Поне според мен. А и мълчанието на колегите май подсказва същия извод, но дано някой ме опровергае.

Позволявам си много приблизителен и навярно неточен превод:

award = (свидетелство за) придобита образователно-квалификационна степен

single award = (свидетелство за) придобита само една общообразователна квалификационна степен

double award = (свидетелство за) придобити една общообразователна и една професионално-квалификационна степен

Съществува и tripple award, но нека не гадая повече.

Знам, че отговорът ми не е много полезен, съзнавам, че е прекалено дълъг и едва ли ще Ви свърши много работа, но ... толкова знам и мога. Наистина не става дума за точки и запетайки, нека не се унижаваме с по 1/2, 1 или 2 точки, детинското поведение не ни прилича. Повечето си имаме достатъчно (повече или по-малко добре) платена работа, за да си мерим носовете или други неща. Мисля, че Proz е за преводаческа взаимопомощ и солидарност, а не бойно поле за горделивата война на таралежите. Бях решил да не отговарям повече, но си давам сметка, че специално тези британщини са нелесни. Дано Питър и другите познавачи на британската действителност също предложат становища.

УСПЕХ и хубаво лято!

Следният глосар (мога ли да използвам тази чуждица за речник на специализирани термини?) би Ви бил доста полезен за обща ориентация в лабиринта на английското средно общо и професионално образование.

Higher education glossary
(http://asp.wlv.ac.uk/Level3.asp?UserType=11&Level3=539)

Access Course:
Aimed at people over the age of 19 returning to education, these courses are designed to prepare you for University study. Usually run at Further Education Colleges.

Advanced GCE:
Replaces the old GCE A-Level, the Advanced GCE (General Certificate of Education) is a 6 Unit Award that places an emphasis on traditional academic subjects.

Advanced VCE:
Replacing the old GCE A-Level, the Advanced VCE (Vocational Certificate of Education) is a 6 Unit Award that places the emphasis on vocational and practical work rather than purely academic subjects.

BA (Hons):
Bachelor of Arts - a general first-degree award at honours level - in a subject that involves more words and images than numbers!

BEd:
Bachelor of Education - a first-degree award specific to teaching courses

BEng:
Bachelor of Engineering – a first-degree award specific to engineering courses

BSc (Hons):
Bachelor of Science – a general first degree award at honours level - in a subject that involves more numbers than words!

BTEC:
The Business and Technician Education Council now amalgamated with other organisations to form Edexcel. Responsible for a range of nationally-recognised vocational qualifications including National Certificates and Diplomas (NC/ND) and Higher National Certificates and Diplomas (HNC/HND)

Campus:
A site owned by the University. The University has four campuses at Compton Park, Telford, Walsall and Wolverhampton.

CertEd:
Certificate of Education – a specific teaching qualification.

Class:
Most people associate a ‘class’ with being a group of individuals who are learning together under the direction of a tutor. However, at university, the score you obtain for your undergraduate degree is ranked according to its ‘class’, which is divided into three tiers – from first to third class. The highest award you can achieve at undergraduate level is a First Class Honours degree.

Combined award:
A degree course in which you study modules from more than one subject giving you a chance to combine different interests eg. Business and computing.

CPE:
Common Professional Examination - now also known as LLDip, this is the conversion course for people who have a degree in a subject other than law and want to go on to become a solicitor or a barrister.

Curriculum 2000:
The name for the revised national curriculum aimed at easing your path from school to university, including an overhaul of the UCAS points system.

Distance learning:
Study that doesn’t involve physically attending the university. Makes use of the post and increasingly the Internet.

ENB:
English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting – the body responsible for nurse, midwife and health visitor education in England.

Foundation course:
A course specifically designed to prepare you for university study in a particular subject.

GTTR:
Graduate Teacher Training Registry – the organisation that handles applications for entry to Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) courses.

HNC/HND:
Higher National Certificate – alternative awards to a degree normally seen as having a strongly vocational basis and taking two years to complete. The HND is full-time and the HNC, part-time.

IB:
International Baccalaureat - an internationally-recognised alternative to A Levels

Joint Honours:
A combined degree (see above) in which you take two or three subjects in equal proportions.

Key Skills:
A range of subjects that provide the generic skills that you will need to have irrespective of the career you are looking to go into. Covering topics such as communication, information technology and working with others, up to 60 points earnt can be used as part of your entry to our degree courses.

LLB:
Bachelor at Law – a first-degree award specific to legal courses

LLDip:
Formerly known as CPE (see above)

LLM:
Masters at Law – a higher level degree award specific to legal courses.

Level:
A year of study eg. Level One, Level Two

MA:
Master of Arts – a higher level degree award that follows on from a BA

Module:
A study topic within a subject – degrees and HNDs are made up of a set number of modules

NC/ND:
National Certificate and National Diploma – the middle-range awards in the BTEC system (see above). Accepted as alternative entry qualifications for many University of Wolverhampton courses.

NMAS:
The Nursing and Midwifery Admissions Service – it handles applications for full-length, diploma level pre-registration nursing and midwifery programmes in England.

PGCE:
Postgraduate Certificate of Education – a one-year teaching qualification for people who already possess a degree.

Postgraduate:
Beyond first-degree level. MSc and BSc are examples of postgraduate awards

QAA Score:
An independent rating system for courses run by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education that reviews academic and teaching quality.

Route A/Route B:
Alternative application routes for Art and Design courses. Route A corresponds to the normal UCAS closing date of 15 December, while Route B allows you to delay your application until 24 March in order to prepare your portfolio.

Sandwich:
A course that includes an organised placement usually lasting a year where you have the chance to apply you have learnt to real-life working situations. Gives you invaluable experience and can lead to a job offer after graduation.

School:
One of 11 academic divisions within the University for the teaching of groups of linked subjects. Also known in other institutions as departments or faculties.

Semester:
A block of teaching time of around 14-15 weeks. The University’s academic year is made up of two semesters.

Single Honours/Specialist Degree:
A degree studied in a set programme of modules - usually, but not always, a single subject.

Socrates (also Erasmus, Leonardo and Tempus):
EU funded exchange schemes designed to allow students to study abroad.

SWAS:
The Social Work Admissions System – the organisation that handles applications to many of the social work courses run by the University.

TESOL:
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages – an internationally-recognised qualification that allows you to teach English to those for whom it is not a first language in the UK and overseas.

UCAS:
Universities and Colleges Admissions Service – the body that handles the majority of university and higher education college admissions across the UK.

UCAS Tariff:
The new points system developed by UCAS allowing equal comparison between academic and vocationally based awards. The Tariff unifies qualifications from various awarding bodies, including those in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Undergraduate:
First degree, HND or HNC level.

WOLF:
Wolverhampton Online Learning Framework, a purpose built computer framework that allows students to study online over the Internet, with access to course notes, study materials and contact with fellow students and tutors.

3 Unit Award:
Equivalent to the old AS-Level, this is an intermediate award between GCSE qualifications and Advanced GCE/VCE awards.

6 Unit Award:
Another term for an Advanced GCE/VCE, the 6 Unit Award is equal in standard to the old GCE A-Level and can be studied in an academic route (GCE) or a more vocational route (VCE).

12 Unit Award:
A vocational award, your work at this level will be worth double that studied as a 6 Unit Award, equivalent to a full award in the old GNVQ system.

=======================================
А ето и кратък откъс от нелошо описание на образователната система в Австралия, където професионалното обучение и образование не е много различно от това в Обединеното кралство:

(http://www.studyworldwide.net/studyabroad/aus_edusys.php3)

Vocational education and Training:

Australia's Technical and Further Education (TAFE) sector is a nationally recognised government system of vocational education and training (VET). There are also private providers of such education.

TAFE institutions offer a wide variety of training, ranging from preparatory and entry level, through operator and technician to professional levels.

TAFE institutes are similar to polytechnics in the UK, technical institutes in Asia and community colleges in the USA.

TAFE courses are offered at different levels and a different AWARD is given at each level:
..................

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2002-07-02 23:00:54 (GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Апропо, цифрите 1980, 1981р 1983, 1984 може и да не са годините на придобиване на съответната образов.-квалифик. степен, а кодовете на съответните предмети според ... според нещо си там, вижте в Интернет.


    Reference: http://www.britishcouncil.org/science/science/pubs/briefsht/...
    Reference: http://www.studyworldwide.net/studyabroad/aus_edusys.php3
xxxVihar Kraste
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