The qualification “HEALTH CARE AND FOOD SUPPLEMENTS SALESPERSON” is allocated 100 ECVET points which are divided among the 9 training modules. 

The General ULOs are 4 (M5, M6, M7 and M8) and each of them is allocated 10 ECVET points, altogether 40 points. The General ULOs describe the basic and general knowledge, skills and competences which the trainee must obtain in order to continue with the training course. The general modules are also applicable in the curriculums of other qualifications which respond to the content of the modules.

In the chronology of the training course the transversal modules follow the general modules.  The transversal modules are 2  (M1, M2) and according to the chosen from the partners approach for allocation of weight, each of the 2 modules is allocated 5 ECVET points; “Health Care introduction & Health prevention recommendations” and  “EU and National legislative framework” are applicable for acquiring qualifications for other professions in the same vocational direction.

The specific Units of learning outcomes are described in modules 3 and 4. Each of the 2 modules is allocated 15 ECVET points. “Trading with medical devices and Assistive technologies” and “Trading with food supplements” embrace the specific knowledge, skills and competences developed in the job profile and required for the successful job implementation.

Internship is an important issue for the training course. The ability actually to work in a real work environment is connected   not only with the theoretical part of the course, but also with the knowledge, skills and competences acquired in the internship training. The partners in the project agreed to allocate biggest weight to module 9 “Internship”- 20 ECVET points.

All the 9 modules in the curriculum are developed according to the ECVET principles with the respective knowledge, skills and competences responding to the contents. The learning outcomes can be accumulated towards a qualification or transferred to other learning programmes or qualifications. The learning outcomes can be recognized and validated in order to enhance implementation of mobility of qualifications.