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Synonyms for competency

physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

Synonyms for competency

the quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually

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An informational session on the 2014 core competencies will take place during APHA's 142nd Annual Meeting and Exposition in New Orleans.
The use of FM competencies in the Certification Program is not coincidental.
Because health care boards are in the early stages of incorporating competencies into their work, the panel recommended development of tools and other resources to help boards create a foundation for competency-based governance.
After competencies identifying and defining should be the created competency models for various work positions.
In the book, some aspects of competency mapping have been just touched-upon or ignored, like Core competencies, holistic aspect of competency, competency clusters, competency proficiency levels, validating assessment which would have otherwise strengthen the subject-content of the book.
The 1995 Summit on Spirituality (Miller, 1999)--that brought together leaders of the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC) in Belmont, North Carolina, followed by four additional sessions at American Counseling Association national conferences and Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conferences--actualized the CACREP standards by developing a series of counselor competencies for spirituality in counseling.
The ECI 360 provides a way to determine the strengths and weaknesses of people so they can focus on honing the competencies that will enable them to meet career objectives.
Despite competing in vastly different markets, these companies have common, unique competencies they leveraged to achieve global competitive advantage.
Those competencies represent the specific job-related skills employees need to "get results now and develop the firm's ability to get better results in the future," she says.
Perhaps the scanning technician is naturally curious and driven, and these very characteristics lead him to constantly search the external environment to acquire additional understanding beyond his basic core competencies of work quality and productivity.
Within this framework, the model will identify core competencies for senior level leaders and executives, and will contain a definition of the competency, a description of the knowledge base required, as well as the necessary skills and behaviors that reflect the competency.
edu) ONLINE COURSE is a cooperative effort to use new technologies to teach information literacy competencies.
The objective is to confirm that board candidates are multi-faceted, have diverse exposures, and possess broad experience in and knowledge of critical capability competencies.
Nor is the concept of EQ totally new to successful global communicators, many of whom have refined their emotional and communication competencies to a fine art.
Individuals who had joined organizations, based on their education and competencies, found their competencies to be outdated or no longer in demand.
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