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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.
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Before accepting an engagement, the CPA or firm must ascertain whether they can perform the service with professional competence.
Italy is also opposed to a less onerous system that only involves initial training for cabin crews and called for a mandatory reference to professional competences.
The College of Continuing Education (CCE) develops the professional competence of Marine, other Service, international, and civilian students by formulating and implementing professional military education (PME) and training through distance learning.
The European Commission also said that requirements regarding age, medical fitness, minimum training and certificates of professional competence for crews will be included "to guarantee a uniform level of safety".
Thus, professional services are to be performed with professional competence and due professional care, and the use of a third-party provider does not in any way alter a member's responsibility in this regard.
Its proposal would also lay down requirements for cabin crews, regarding age, medical fitness, training and certificates of professional competence.
The MTNA Certification Program provides national recognition for promoting professional competence in the music teaching profession.
Only when parents are given the power to choose the schools their children will attend, and teachers and others are given the right to own and operate their own schools, will teaching return to being what it once was - a pure profession in which service providers were compensated in direct relation to their professional competence as measured by parents on behalf of their own children.
Applications must include the following: 1) cover letter; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) candidate statement, not exceeding 1,000 words, that addresses why the fellowship is desired, how the candidate is qualified with respect to environmental science policy, what issues interest the candidate, what the candidate hopes to accomplish as a fellow, and how the candidate hopes the fellowship will affect his/her career goals; and 4) letters of reference from three people who can discuss professional competence and other personal or professional qualities or interests making the applicant especially qualified to serve as a fellow.
The consumer's age, objectives, obligations, family situation and tax circumstances demand a high level of professional competence when it comes to structuring a life insurance program.
PLCAC Executive Director Barry Brown presented Oswald with the award for his professional competence, his 50-year career in the pipeline industry and his voluntary contributions to the industry.

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