The characteristic features of each level of the framework are called descriptors. The descriptors of the HuQF are included in Government Decree 1229/2012 (VII.6.). Descriptors are defined on the basis of the following categories:
KNOWLEDGE: It refers to theoretical or practical knowledge; its forms are: general basic education and relevant expertise. The connected elements and concepts of knowledge are arranged into complex units and patterns the complexity of which is different at each successive level. The degree of understanding complex concepts differs greatly at each level.
SKILLS: It consists of motor skills and cognitive skills demonstrated in actions. Motor skills refer to manual skills and the handling of certain methods, materials, devices and instruments. Cognitive skills refer to the use of logical, intuitive and creative thinking.
ATTITUDES: It means an evaluating approach to concrete or abstract matters. Attitudes concern studies, work or one's own actions and they affect relationships and cooperation. Attitudes consist of elements related to emotions, thoughts and behaviours.
AUTONOMY AND RESPONSIBILITY: It describes to what degree of independence and responsibility an individual can perform a certain action.
Source: TÁMOP 2.2.1-12/1 flagship project