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professional competence

Proficiency in the application of the arts and sciences of healing. Such competence requires communication skills, dedication to serving others, empathy, good judgment, and technical knowledge.
See also: competence
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Nothing is as convincing as a life well lived, where spirituality is integrated with professional competence to produce outstanding organizational outcomes.
9 Standard for Professional Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials Incidents, (NFPA 472), National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts, 1992.
Rawalpindi -- Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif said on Friday Pakistan Army was the most battle-hardened army, claiming the overwhelming achievements in fight against terrorism spoke volumes of the force's professional competence.
Contract notice: Implementation of training services in the field of professional competence and analytical framework of the project practical ict skills training at the faculty of economics and management, university of szczecin, co-financed by the european union in the framework of the esf.
Terming the blasts in Karachi a coward act of terrorism' the Prime Minister said' all institutions will have to work without fear and upholding professional competence for effectively addressing the menace of terror.
The partnership between Driving Force, a division of gap personnel, and Chevron Training of Flint is designed to help hundreds of drivers across North Wales complete Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) training before the September 2014 deadline.
He started as a driver and worked his way up to Transport Manager after passing the international Certificate of Professional Competence.
All have successfully completed the RICS' Assessment of Professional Competence (APC), which comprises of a minimum of two years' structured training, including practical experience and exams, leading to full membership and increased earning potential.
They have successfully completed the RICS' Assessment of Professional Competence, which typically takes candidates two years to complete.
It would also help those who have acquired professional competence without obtaining any academic certificate or formal education and training.
All have successfully completed the RICS's Assessment of Professional Competence (APC), which requires meeting the institution's academic requirements and the achievement of minimum competency standards in the workplace.
Called the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence, it is regarded as the biggest piece of regulation to hit the industry since the Working Time Directive, and will impact on nearly all of the country's estimated 450,000 truck drivers.

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