competency


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competency

The legal capacity to perform an act and understand its impact.
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Nay, the very children, the youngest, which is not two years old, excepted, feel in the same manner; for they are a most loving family, and, if they had but a bare competency, would be the happiest people in the world.
The Assistant Commissioner did not seem to refuse it a certain amount of competency.
Powell could not defend himself from some sympathy for that thick, bald man, comically shaped, with his crimson complexion and something pathetic in the rolling of his very movable black eyes in an apparently immovable head, who was so tactfully ready to take his competency for granted.
The Starting Point for Hiring Managers and HR Specialists: Competency Development
Competency has a wide meaning and includes knowledge, abilities, skills and behavior exhibited in accomplishing a task.
Intellitec Solutions has achieved a Microsoft Gold ERP competency and a Silver CRM competency, demonstrating a "best-in-class" ability and commitment to fulfill Microsoft Corp.
The Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice adopted the 2014 version of the competencies in June, and the new tools are a cross section of both the 2014 and 2010 versions of the core competencies and offer a set of competency assessments.
At the core of competency-based learning are two elements: a competency itself, and an assessment by which that competency is measured.
The Drug Information Association Medical Writing Special Interest Area Community (DIA MW SIAC) Competency Model Working Group developed and endorsed a Medical Writing Competency Model (1) that has recently had its core content published.
The kit also includes a model for incorporating competencies into trustee orientation and a mentoring process and a checklist to create opportunities for competency development through peer-to-peer interaction.
The concept of competency is currently used in two ways of meaning.

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