The knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform a specific task or function.
The specialized knowledge, skills, and attitudes that assist in accomplishing specific tasks.
An individual's abilities as they relate to knowledge, understanding, and skills; see also minimal competence.
Specialist knowledge needed to do a particular job. Can sometimes be called skills.
the mix of people's skills, knowledge and behaviour and how they apply these to the job they do
A set of behaviors that encompasses skills, knowledge, abilities, and personal attributes that, taken together, are critical to successful work accomplishment. Competencies may be defined organizationally or on an individual basis.
The combination of observable and measurable knowledge, skills, abilities and personal attributes that contribute to enhance employee performance and ultimately result in organizational success.
The specific skills and behaviours required for a specific job or similar jobs. For example, one competency you might require is Customer Service Orientation, which you have defined as ?the ability to effectively and actively listen to clients; to interact with internal and external clients in a friendly and courteous manner; the ability to accurately fulfill their request for service?.
a list of knowledge, skills and attributes that are required for job performance. They are used as the foundation to guide training needs analysis and evaluations.
The measurable or observable knowledge, skills, abilities, behaviors, and other characteristics that an individual needs to perform a particular job or job function successfully.
Competencies (or proficiencies) are another way of defining standards so that they clearly set entry qualifications for the next step, typically two- or four-year college. Whereas transcripts, and often standards, focus on one academic discipline at a time, competencies focus on students' ability to demonstrate what they know and can do--in environments where disciplines must be integrated and new skill sets (e.g., problem solving) must be used. Attainment of competencies can be a condition of exit (e.g., from high school) or entry (e.g., into a postsecondary program of study).
Generic skills and knowledge required to carry out tasks to the standards required or to deal effectively with new challenges, lifelong learning needs, etc.
Competency statements describe effective professional behaviours that integrate specific knowledge, skills and attitudes in a particular context. (Dutch Ministry for Education, Culture and Science; Netherlands, 2002)
The abilities that an employee displays while completing set tasks in the course of his or her employment.
A set of knowledge, skills and abilities obtained through formal or non-formal education, work experience, or other means required to perform a job.
an underlying characteristic of a personâ€™ â€˜motive, trait, skill, aspect of oneâ€™s self-image or social role, or a body of knowledgeâ€™.
a set of behaviors that encompass skills, knowledge, abilities, and personal attributes that cumulatively determine work performance.
Part of the index of learning for an essay written for one's PLA Portfolio, competencies are these clear statements describing behaviors, skills, knowledge and capabilities that assert mastery of various aspects of a subject. Competency statements are positive assertions of learning and are always written in the present tense.
Areas of personal capability that enable people to perform successfully in their jobs by achieving outcomes or completing tasks effectively. A competency can be knowledge, skills, attitudes, values, or personal characteristics. The competencies required for successful performance may or may not be expressed formally by an employer (adapted from a definition by Angus Reynolds in The Trainer's Dictionary: HRD Terms, Abbreviations, and Acronyms, HRD Press, 1993).
Measurable statements of knowledge and/or skills.
They spell out what we need to know and do at work: the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to be effective.
A combination of knowledge, skills, abilities, attitudes, etc. used in achieving individual and business objectives.