technical competence

technical competence,

n the ability of the practitioner, during the treatment phase of dental care and with respect to those procedures combining psychomotor and cognitive skills, consistently to provide services at a professionally acceptable level.
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Regarding the specialized experience and technical competence of the Project team, including the roles and responsibilities of individuals, has the Consultant: 1.
BASF Sets-up Coatings Technical Competence Center in Bangkok, Thailand
Hallmark adds: "We'd loved to be loved in every dimension, but we have to be loved for our technical competence, because we're a technical company.
Employees formulate annual goals and objectives linked to areas such as technical competence, managerial and supervisory abilities, practice development and marketing skills, client service and retention and engagement profitability.
MORE THAN 1,000 technicians have signed up for a new voluntary assessment system - the most concerted drive yet to raise standards of technical competence in dealerships and service centres.
Dan Drejenstam, the news company's MD says "We will locate our sales organization and technical competence in one unit, in a one-stop shop to make it easier to do business with us and make our organization more efficient in fulfilling our customers demands.
Team award for exceptional technical competence and determination in creating the Warrior Skills Trainer, identifying and developing federation requirements while integrating the virtual and constructive toolkit that allowed deploying units and soldiers to learn and practice critical convoy and ambush tasks.
The technical competence of a laboratory depends on a number of factors, including:
The level of integrity and technical competence that comes from compliance with the SORs and the full body of standards and guidance is an important way in which CPAs can set themselves apart from other financial service providers.
But the support base required for these aircraft comprises a unique blend of technical competence, undiminished enthusiasm and administrative finesse.
Because this management team will remain in place after Newhall is acquired, there is no dispute that after the proposed transaction Valencia will possess the technical competence to own and operate a Commission-regulated water utility.
But the text itself reveals another and rather less agreeable portrait of Yorke as an impecunious chancer whose fabled technical competence is recurrently disproved and whose modest architectural talent was compensated for by constant networking and creative dependency on others.
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