competence


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physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

Synonyms for competence

the quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually

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Thus, three hypotheses were tested in this study: (1) perceived competence and overall perfectionism will be related; (2) when controlling for sport type and level of competition, participants with relatively higher perceived competence will exhibit greater perfectionism than those with lower perceived competence; and (c) when controlling for sport type and level of competition, athletes with relatively low perceived competence will demonstrate significantly lower perfectionism than athletes with higher perceived competence.
Perceived competence (PC) was the construct used to determine the athletes' self-rating of high (HPC) or low perceived competence (LPC), that is, sports in which they felt most and least skilled, respectively.
The GCAA provides a baseline of students' individual global competence at the beginning of their studies at Pitt Business, and a guide to developmental experiences," said Jacqueline Saslawski, managing director of Pitt Business' International Business Center.
Pitt's progressive stance to build global competence within all business students will result in more capable and more competitive graduates to navigate the global economy," said Christi Hunter, CEO of GLE and president of Global Competence Consulting.
Mr Lewis has yet to formally respond to Prof Donaldson's report, and his decision to press ahead with Wales' new digital competence framework represents the Welsh Government's first commitment to its blueprint.
The Central Greece - Regional Unit Fthiotida announces open international public electronic tender for the award of school transport services in public schools A / Primary and Secondary / Secondary Education / ing territorial competence EE Fthiotida for two school years 2015-2016 and 2016-2017, a total budget of 6 210 360,50 EUR including VAT and rate options 50% with the possibility of submitting sealed bids for at least one or more than one of the eighty ( 80) sections of the route of the Annex of the relevant declaration (CPV 60130000-Services Special Road Passenger Transport).
BACKGROUND Competence of nursing students prior to entry into practice has been stressed by the Institute of Medicine.
The professional competence means the proven ability to select, combine and use appropriately knowledge, skills and other achievement (values and attitudes) to successfully solve certain types of activities (at work) or learning situations related to a profession, under effectiveness and efficiency.
Energy giant Shell, known for its meticulous methods of identifying and developing talent, surveyed some of its CIMA-qualified staff and mapped the accountancy body's syllabus to Shell's required competences.
What has not been published, however, is a paper intended for intellectual leaders within corporations and their executives to help them understand the structure of core competencies, identify which key aspects of the competence their firms hold more deeply, and recognize concepts pertaining to competence depth that apply to all core competencies.
Mulder and Collins (2007) caution that there is disagreement on the actual meaning of the term competence and that existing definitions are numerous and ambiguous.
After introducing its oldest competence centre Market Research last month, today the writing and translation agency MeinSchreibservice.
Le Conseil national economique et social (Cnes) a avance un chiffre de 100 a 110 competences de retour en Algerie en 2014.
Actualites Eecrit par M'Barek Tafsi Birou: il est inadmissible de ne pas tirer profit des competences marocaines eparpillees partout dans le monde Daoudi: les portes du ministere sont ouvertes a tous les Marocains porteurs de projets de recherche Il est inadmissible pour le Royaume du Maroc de ne pas tirer profit des competences marocaines eparpillees partout dans le monde, lesquelles representent 17% des 5 millions de Marocains residant a l'etranger (MRE), a affirmele ministre charge des Marocains residant a l'etranger et des affaires de la migration, Anis Birrou, a l'ouverture mardi a Rabat d'une rencontre avec les competences marocaines du monde.
Rabat - Le ministre delegue charge des Marocains residant a l'etranger, Abdellatif Maazouz, a souligne, samedi a Rabat, le role cle des competences marocaines etablies aux Etats Unis dans la promotion des relations de cooperation bilaterale.