competence framework

competence framework

The set of skills which are to be performed at a particular standard by a worker who undertakes specific duties.
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It is intended to conceptualise the future employment of commissioned officers within the Engineer Branch and subsequently develop a Competence Framework which will drive their Training and Professional Development and support both selection for specific roles and broader Career Management.
14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- EPI takes the lead again, releasing the first and only competence framework in the world for data centres.
Represented by a Core Competence Chart (Figure 1), this core competence framework identifies how core competencies work and what they are made of.
The LCCS competence framework is developed using a similar approach.
The connectedness aspect of the action competence framework provides a link to the holistic worldviews of the indigenous Maori people, and to the need for a whole school approach to environmental education.
This paper details the development of a competence framework for the children's health workforce located primarily in community and primary care settings and is aimed at all health workers or practitioners, working in these settings.
Talent Competence Framework establishes a competency framework that provides the basic language to objectively describe skills in your organization.
This framework includes national competency standards, Codes of Ethics and Professional Conduct for Midwives, evidence-based consultation and referral guidelines, a national continuing competence framework, and Midwifery Practice Review (a form of professional credentialing).
Focusing on assessing supervisory and first-line management staff, he covers designing and running a center, the outline for a competence framework, recruiting and training assessors, the role of psychometric instruments, and adapting and devising activities, followed by seven types of activities: role play, in-tray prioritizing, analytical/report writing, open-ended group decision making, physical and mental task group activities, and supplementary activities.
The Continuing Competence Framework for Recertification (CCFR) developed by the OTBNZ was designed to achieve this purpose, enabling therapists to demonstrate their ongoing competence for annual recertification.