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Srednja lesarska šola Ljubljana

Aškerčeva 1
1000 Ljubljana

Tajništvo: 01 2411 662
Ravnateljica:   01 2411 624
Zbornica: 01 2411 622
Svet. služba:   01 2411 614
Fax: 01 2411 663

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Uradne ure tajništva:
vsak delavnik od 10.00 do 12.00

English

INTRODUCTION - THE PRINCIPAL'S ADDRESS

Dear Sir, Madam,

Education is of the utmost importance for both the personal development of an individual and the development of society as a whole.

The upbringing and education of young people is an important and responsible task in terms of the development of our profession.

We will be using wood products the world over even in the future. These products will be created by the people who know how, and they will know how if they study wood and always strive to improve their knowledge.

Today's world is one of global change. The era of grand industrial processes has passed, and they have been replaced by flexible systems which require more knowledge and which are connected to computer technology. Our professional education must follow these changes and must abide by them.

Teachers and other members of this school's staff will endeavour to pass knowledge onto our students and apprentices, to teach them how to live in a community of different cultures, to teach them respect, mutual understanding, patience. In this we are, of course, always ready for a dialogue between teachers, students, and parents, as we are aware of the fact that it is the only way to establish the best conditions for obtaining knowledge and gaining insights into necessary life skills.

Principal Majda Kanop, MSc

 

ABOUT THE SCHOOL

We are pleased that you have visited the website of the Secondary Carpenter School in Ljubljana. The school has been one of the three units of the School Centre Ljubljana since 1999. We offer a hundred-year tradition, knowledge, cooperation and a vision for the future. 

 

The Carpentry Technician Program

Carpentry technicians carry out more responsible tasks: they plan and prepare production in both an operational and a technical sense, lead the work of large groups of people in various lines of processing and treatment of wood, oversee the working of computer-guided machines, participate in the construction and development of new products, oversee the quality of work and the products, participate in all marketing, sales, and after-sales activities, participate in the training of workers... The education for this profession lasts 4 years and ends with a vocational degree.

Opportunities after schooling

The vocational degree will offer you employment in the very broad and diverse carpentry field. It will also spread before you a plethora of new studying opportunities. You will be able to enrol in all colleges and higher education programs, and even a university education in your or related professions will be possible for you – you will only have to pass an exam in a baccalaureate subject or participate in a one-year baccalaureate course implemented by the School Centre Ljubljana. In any case our school will provide you with excellent starting points, from which you will be able to achieve your secret and apparent professional wishes and ambitions.

 

PTI Technician Program

You already know quite a lot about carpentry. You are a woodworker, but you would like to fill the holes in your theoretical knowledge.

In this program, you will acquire all the necessary additional knowledge to become a carpentry technician.

This program lasts 2 years. THE CONDITION FOR ENROLMENT is a finished three-year vocational education in woodworking.

After two years you will finish your schooling with a vocational qualification, much like the one obtained by a carpentry technician after a 4-year education.

Opportunities after schooling

Your employment and further education opportunities after getting your vocational degree are the same as for a carpentry technician.

 

Woodworking Program

The woodworking program is a three-year vocational education program which enables the achievement of:

  • a vocational degree in the woodworking profession,
  • a national professional qualification for a woodworking machines operator.

 

Wood Processor Program

  • The wood processor program trains the student to work with basic woodworking machines, to perform simple tasks, to participate in the production of components, and to assemble products in the wood and timber industries...
  • To perform this profession the candidate must have the following physical and mental capabilities: healthy legs, skilled hands and fingers, a sense of accuracy, good sight and hearing.

Conditions for enrolment in the program:
a completed sixth, seventh or eighth grade of primary school or a completed primary school education with an adapted program. Your schooling will conclude with a final examination, which includes a written and oral exam in the Slovene language and literature, as well as a written assignment and its defence. The program lasts two years.

 

Secondary Carpenter School in Ljubljana

1 Aškerčeva Street
1000 Ljubljana

Administration office: 01 2411 662
Principal:   01 2411 624
Staff room: 01 2411 622
Counselling office:   01 2411 614
Fax 01 2411 663

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Administration office hours:
workdays from 10 am to 12 pm

 

The Student body council

In the case of complaints, students and apprentices may turn to their class teacher, who will assess these complaints and attempt to eliminate any difficulties. If they are unable to do so, the complaints are referred to the principal.

The principal informs the class teacher of her decision or the manner in which the complaint will be resolved (class staff meeting, entire staff meeting, committee, inspection). Collective issues may also be resolved in the student and apprentice body meetings.

The student body council’s mentor passes suggestions and wishes during pedagogical and regular conferences. Most desirable are suggestions of students and apprentices which refer to the enhancement of lessons, higher attendance, mutual assistance, higher level of discipline, etc.

Collective requests and complaints pertaining to the student body council’s activities are submitted to the school's administration office by the departmental bodies and the student body. A suggestion of a solution is then prepared by the principal's extended board or the teacher assembly.

Students and apprentices also have a representative in the School Centre Council.

 

The Student body council’s goals in the previous year

We will discuss current issues during regular meetings of the student body council. The solution suggestions to potential issues will be passed to the Secondary Carpenter School's leadership and teacher assembly by the mentor.

We will strive for excellent and quality lessons.

We will inform students of their obligations and their rights and try to prevent violations of the school and house rules. This mostly refers to timely and regular class attendance, active in-class participation and the fulfilment of obligations.

We will strive to raise the standard of students, in classrooms, in workshops...

We will actively participate in the formation of the school's image, as well as the presentation of life in the school during Info Day, for example.

We will participate in cultural and sporting events, the woodworking competition, and others.

We will attempt to achieve the title of Eco-School through various activities.

We will have an election for the student representative of the Secondary Carpentry School in the School Centre Council.

In the case of complaints, students and apprentices may turn to their class teacher, who will assess these complaints and attempt to eliminate any difficulties. If they are unable to do so, the complaints are referred to the principal.

The principal informs the class teacher of her decision or the manner in which the complaint will be resolved (class staff meeting, entire staff meeting, committee, inspection). Collective issues may also be resolved in the student and apprentice body meetings.

The student body council mentor passes suggestions and wishes during pedagogical and regular conferences. Most desirable are suggestions of students and apprentices which refer to the enhancement of lessons, higher attendance, mutual assistance, higher level of discipline, etc.

Collective requests and complaints pertaining to its activities are submitted to the school's administration office by the departmental bodies and the student body. A suggestion of a solution is then prepared by the principal's extended board or the teacher assembly.

Students and apprentices also have a representative in the School Centre Council.

les 2

Knowledge and awareness of wood has a touch of magic and a bit of mystery, working with wood is creative and beautiful.

(anonymous)

les 3

If there were no wood, it would have to be invented.

(Teischinger)

les 1

A world without forests is as unthinkable as a day without wood.

(Patrick Moore)