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Number  Name Description (tasks and duties) Unit Groups 

110

AccountantsWorkers in this unit group plan and administer accounting services, advise on accountancy problems, and plan and conduct audits of accounts of private persons, enterprises, institutions and governmental organisations. Bookkeepers are classified in unit group 3-31.

120

Jurists, Specialization UnknownWorkers in this unit group may perform any, but not all, legal functions described in unit groups 1-21 to 1-29.

121

LawyersWorkers in this unit group plead cases or conduct prosecutions in courts of justice. Their functions include: examining the circumstances of disputes or reported crimes to ascertain the facts; determining the applicable law; and preparing pleadings or cases for prosecution and conducting them in court.

122

JudgesWorkers in this unit group preside over judicial proceedings and pronounce judgements in courts of justice. Their functions include: ruling on procedure in court; weighing the evidence presented; determining the rights and obligations of the parties involved; instructing juries on points of law; pronouncing judgements.

123

NotariesWorkers in this unit group process legal documents. Their functions include: drawing up, recording and certifying instruments and papers of legal importance.

124

SolicitorsWorkers in this unit group advise clients in a range of personal, business and administrative matters of law. Their functions include: drawing up contracts, wills, settling properties, etc.. hey may also instruct barristers, but not appear as advocates except in certain lower courts.

129

Jurists Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group perform legal functions not elsewhere classified. Their functions include: drawing up and processing of legal contracts in specific and limited areas, such as property conveyancing; assessment and drafting of government legislation; studying jurisprudence, writing comparative legal analyses and compiling law codes; performing legal research related to the foregoing functions; performing lay tasks in courts of law.

130

Teachers, Level and Subject UnknownWorkers in this unit group may teach at any (but not all) of the levels described in unit groups 1-31 to 1-39 and may teach any (but not all) of the subjects described therein.

131

University and Higher Education TeachersWorkers in this unit group conduct classes, deliver lectures, tutor and instruct students in courses at the third level of education. Their functions include: conducting courses of instruction at the third level by means of lectures, demonstrations and supervision of students' laboratory and other practical work, setting and marking examination papers and performing related tasks, generally specialising in a particular subject within such fields as physical sciences, engineering, life sciences, medical sciences, mathematics, economics, law, theology, education, fine arts or agriculture, or conducting third-level courses in applied science or technology; providing similar instruction by private lessons.

132

Secondary Education TeachersWorkers in this unit group conduct courses of instruction at the second level of education in secondary schools and other establishments, and through private lessons. Their functions include: teaching pupils, at the second level of education, languages and literature, mathematics, natural science, social studies, fine arts, commercial and secretarial subjects, arts, trades and crafts, domestic science, agricultural science and other subjects in secondary schools and elsewhere. Instructors occupied mainly in giving vocational training to apprentices and other employees at their place of work are classified in the occupational group corresponding to the type of work in which they give on-the-job vocational training, for example instructor in fur tailoring is classified in 7-92.20, instructor in machinetool setting and operating in 8-33.10, instructor in electrical fitting in 8-51.10, and so forth.

133

Primary Education TeachersWorkers in this unit group teach in establishments of primary education or give private lessons at the first level of education. Their functions include: teaching reading, writing, arithmetic and other subjects of elementary education to children in primary schools, other establishments of primary education and elsewhere, or teaching such subjects to adults who have not completed the first level of education.

134

Pre-Primary Education TeachersWorkers in this unit group organise group and individual educational activities in kindergartens and nursery schools, for children below primary-school age, to promote physical, mental and social development.

135

Special Education TeachersWorkers in this unit group educate handicapped persons. Their functions include: teaching secondary or primary education subjects to blind or deaf pupils, using braille, lip reading and other special aids; teaching basic academic subjects to mentally handicapped children; teaching physically handicapped children other than the blind and deaf.

139

Teachers Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group perform teaching and related functions not classified elsewhere. Their functions include: carrying out research on current developments in curricula, teaching methods and other educational practices, and advising introduction of improvements in education system; conducting research on audio-visual and other teaching aids, advising on and organising their introduction in schools; planning, organising and co-ordinating educational programme, teaching activities and auxiliary services in a particular school; carrying out periodic inspections of teachers' work and results achieved in application of curriculum programme of education system;

141

Ministers of Religion and Related Members of Religious OrdersWorkers in this unit group minister religion to members of their faith and seek to propagate religious doctrines. Their functions include: conducting religious worship, administering the rites of a religious faith or denomination and providing spiritual and moral guidance to the members; propagating religious doctrines in their own or foreign countries; performing other functions associated with the propagation and practice of religions. Members of religious bodies who mainly perform non-religious functions, such as nursing or teaching, are classified elsewhere, for example among Professional nurses (0-71) or Teachers (1-3), as appropriate.

149

Workers in Religion Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group perform religious functions not performed by those classified elsewhere. Their functions include: performing, as laymen (not members of religious orders), various functions to assist religious leaders such as assisting in religious rites and ceremonial, conducting religious meetings, propagating doctrine and instructing children or other candidates for admittance to a particular faith; carrying out research and study on theological questions. teaching juvenile delinquents remanded to establishments for corrective training; performing other teaching and related functions.

151

Authors and CriticsWorkers in this unit group write literary works for publication or dramatic presentation and appraise the merits of literary, artistic and musical works and of musical, dramatic and other artistic performances and write critiques for publication.

159

Authors, Journalists and Related Writers Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group compose written material to inform, entertain or influence the public. Their functions include: collecting, reporting and writing commentary on news and current affairs for publication or broadcasting; selecting, revising and arranging material for publication in newspapers and periodicals; assisting with editing of newspapers, magazines, trade journals and similar publications or specialised sections thereof; directing and supervising writers preparing programmes, continuity and scripts for screenplays and television and radio broadcasts; writing advertising copy; selecting, assembling and preparing publicity material for issue through press, radio, television and other media; designing and writing manuals, brochures, handbooks and similar technical publications; performing various related functions.

160

Sculptors, Painters, Photographers and Related Creative Artists, Specialisation UnknownWorkers in this unit group may perform any (but not all) of the occupational activities described in unit groups 1-61 to 1-63.

161

Sculptors, Painters and Related ArtistsWorkers in this unit group create and execute artistic works by sculpturing, painting, drawing, engraving and etching. Their functions include: creating three-dimensional decorative and representational forms by shaping materials such as wood, stone, clay or metal; creating pictures, abstract designs and similar artistic compositions employing paints, pencils, pastels, ink or other media; drawing caricatures and creating cartoons to depict persons and events; creating original designs and engraving or etching them on metal, wood or other materials for reproduction; restoring damaged, soiled and faded paintings; performing related artistic functions. Workers who perform operations on a repetitive basis for large-scale production such as carving wood, stone and other material, or engraving, etching and painting glass and ceramics, are classified in major group 7/8/9, e.g. Wood carver (8-19.45), Stone carver (hand) (8-20.70), Glass engravers and etchers (8-94) and Glass and ceramics painters and decorators (8-95).
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