Interpersonal communication and teamwork. Capacity to relate positively with others through empathic listening and through clear and assertive expression of one's thoughts or feelings, by verbal and non-verbal means. Integration and active collaboration in achieving common goals with other persons, areas or organisations.
Leadership and management of conflicts and negotiation. Influencing other persons and/or groups by anticipating the future and contributing to their personal or professional development. Dealing with and resolving differences arising between persons and/or groups in any kind of organisation.
Orientation for quality. Seeking excellence in academic, personal and professional activity oriented towards results and centred on continuous improvement.
Sense of ethics. Positive inclination towards moral one's own good or that of others (that is, towards anything that is or signifies good, sense experience, personal fulfilment, sense of justice)
Capacity for oral and written communication. Clear and timely expression in words of one's own ideas, knowledge and feelings, adapting them to the characteristics of the situation and the audience in order to achieve understanding and support. Relating effectively with others through clear expression of thoughts and feelings in writing or with the aid of graphical support.
Capacity of students for communication in a foreign language. Understanding and making themselves understood orally and in writing in a language different from one's mother tongue.
Capacity to use ICTs. Use of information and communications technologies as a tool for expression and communication, to access information sources, as a means of storing data and documents, for presentation tasks, and for learning, research and cooperative work.
Capacity of students for abstraction, analysis, synthesis and problem-solving. Distinguishing and differentiating parts from a whole until they discover their principles or elements. Identification, analysis and definition of the significant elements constituting a problem so as to solve it with judgement and in an effective manner.
Capacity of students for planning and managing time. Efficient definition of the aims, priorities, methods and controls to carry out tasks by organising activities with the time and means at their disposal. Weighting the distribution of time in terms of priorities, taking into account both personal objectives in the short, medium and long term and the personal and professional areas they wish to develop.
Capacity of students for decision-making. Choosing the best alternative for action though a systematic process, assuming responsibility for the scope of the consequences of the chosen option.
Capacity of students for critical and creative thought. Questioning things and showing interest in the fundamentals underlying their own ideas, actions, judgements and those of others. Generating processes to seek and discover new and unusual solutions in different spheres of life.
Capacity to write, sign and develop projects in the field of naval and oceanic engineering, according to the acquired knowledge stipulated in section 5 of order CIN/350/2009 of 9th of February, and which form part of the construction, mounting, transformation, exploitation, maintenance, repair, or scrapping of vessels, ships, and marine artefacts, and the manufacture, installation, mounting or exploitation of naval and oceanic equipment and systems.
Capacity for directing activities involved in the projects in their field of study.
Capacity to learn new methods and theories and versatility to adapt to new situations based on the knowledge acquired in basic and technological subject matter.
Capacity for problem solving through initiative, for decision-making, for creativity, for critical reasoning, and to communicate and transmit knowledge, abilities and skills.
Capacity to carry out measurements, calculations, assessments, evaluations, loss adjustments, studies, reports, task planning, and other analogous work based on the knowledge acquired in these matters.
Capacity to handle specifications, regulations and norms of compulsory compliance.
Capacity to analyse and assess the social and environmental impact of technical solutions.
Capacity for organisation and planning in business and other institutions and organisations.
Capacity to work in a multilingual and multidisciplinary environment.
Knowledge, understanding and capacity to apply the legislation required in the exercise of the profession of naval Technical Engineering.