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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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Having completed the programme's first part she was also eligible to take advantage of an additional element of the Connecting Classrooms course, which gave her the opportunity to travel to meet teachers in her overseas partner schools to share and learn from experiences of teaching core skills together.
Young people being given the chance to access education that supports the development of academic knowledge alongside the acquisition of core skills will be crucial to Wales' future success and prosperity.
Core skills include mountain rescue casualty care, driving of team vehicles, search skills, crag rescue and water rescue.
A variety of contracts are available covering all areas of the United Kingdom and working with training materials on 6 core skills defined by the British Council.
Al Mannai also added, "The Core Skills Programme addresses this need, and will have an immediate impact on the companies that participate.
He admitted: "Whether for training, rehab, conditioning, coaching or working on core skills, it's a first-class facility with so much to offer rugby as well as football.
They cover core skills and attributes; diversity and ecological models; evidence-based assessment and practice and effectiveness; and critical thinking and ethical practice.
Plaid Cymru strongly supports the Foundation Phase of learning and we are calling for a greater focus on ensuring the on-going development of core skills in schools.
HEAT is a pilot initiative in partnership with HVS, a global hospitality consulting and services firm that is training 120 Haitian students over a six-month period in the core skills of the hospitality and tourism trades, accelerating job-readiness in the poverty-stricken country.
Science World's Common Core skills sheets are very useful for reinforcing this concept.
Therapists are trained practitioners who use music to help build communication and other core skills.
Year 11 pupils at Lyndon School in Solihull took the wheel after attending three weekly driving classes as part of the Core Skills programme.
It made me realise that all these girls are in their 20s and that I am nearly two generations older than they are and they are all really talented girls and hold down good jobs - but at the same time they are missing so many of the core skills that they need.
Two new projects helping LMA Vancouver develop a stronger community include the Core Skills Development Training Program (Core Skills Program) and the chapter newsletter.
Philip Green, the chief executive of United Utilities, added: "We are very pleased to have been awarded preferred bidder status for this operations contract which builds on our existing presence in Australia and utilises our core skills to deliver further growth.