• The study of scientific material on this problem, experience in the European projects, participation in scientific seminars allowed the authors to state that both competence and competency are based on knowledge, skills but competence includes attitude to the results, subject, object, process of activity and tools. (articlekz.com)
  • The main reason for interpreting the result of education in terms of competency/competence according to the introduction of the competence-based approach is its dependence on the European and world trend of integration, globalization of the world economy and particularly the steadily increasing processes of harmonization is «the structure of the European higher education system» which is associated with Bologna process. (articlekz.com)
  • international recognition of degrees, educational loan system and their implementation, The Bologna process implies a certain terminological unification that applies to terms such as competency/competence . (articlekz.com)
  • At this time begins special direction as a competence-based approach to general and vocational education, possibilities of a competence-based approach to pedagogical activity are being studied, the difference between the concepts of «competency» and «competence» is revealed and attempts are being made to assess pedagogical activity on the basis of competencies. (articlekz.com)
  • Dreyfus and Dreyfus introduced nomenclature for the levels of competence in competency development. (wikipedia.org)
  • suggested that competence is a description of action, behavior, and outcome of job-related performance, whereas competency refers to a person's characteristics and qualities that led to such performance. (healio.com)
  • stated that competence focuses on the capacity and ability of an individual to perform the job responsibilities, whereas competency focuses on the actual performance of an individual in performing a specific task. (healio.com)
  • In this study, the latter definition is used, where competence refers to the capacity and ability and competency refers to the actual performance. (healio.com)
  • The abstract for a workshop at the 2011 Annual Conference of the Center for Mindfulness, USA eloquently expresses this concern: 'the drive to train more Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) professionals runs the risk of easily and inadvertently undermining the integrity, exactness and long-term commitment required for the formation and ongoing development of competent well trained MBSR teachers' (Santorelli et al. (springer.com)
  • Daniel Vallero, PhD, is Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University, where he leads the Engineering Ethics Program and teaches courses in green engineering and professional ethics. (wiley.com)
  • Its members are governed by codes of ethics and profess a commitment to competence, integrity and morality, altruism, and the promotion of the public good within their domain. (ualberta.ca)
  • The CAMRT Member Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct has been developed by members and endorsed by the Board of Directors to articulate the ethical behaviour and responsible conduct expected of all CAMRT members. (camrt.ca)
  • CIH's core values, code of ethics and code of conduct provide a profession-wide shared view of the standards of ethical and professional behaviour that are expected of others working within housing and related sectors. (cih.org)
  • The principles outlined in our professional code of ethics are based on our five core values, and provide a guide for behaviour where there are no specific rules in place in a particular circumstance. (cih.org)
  • The database contains information on regulated professions, statistics on migrating professionals,contact points and competent authorities, as provided by EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland. (europa.eu)
  • The study instrument was designed based on continuous professional development (CPD) questionnaires used by other healthcare professions. (springer.com)
  • Since 1991, Incontro Romano has seen the participation of thousands of students and professionals in the service sector -medical and nursing professions, hotel & restaurant & tourism sectors, education, domestic work, etc.- from all corners of the world. (google.com)
  • UNISON helps members who are registered professionals in individual fitness to practise proceedings and liaises with regulators, such as the Nursing and Midwifery Council and the Health and Care Professions Council, and with the Professional Standards Authority to get a fairer process for registrants. (unison.org.uk)
  • Gaining admission to a professional course involves spending substantial sums of money, unless the candidate demonstrates academic competence to demand a merit seat. (mainstreamweekly.net)
  • The term 'teacher training' (which may give the impression that the activity involves training staff to undertake relatively routine tasks) seems to be losing ground, at least in the U.S., to 'teacher education' (with its connotation of preparing staff for a professional role as a reflective practitioner). (wikipedia.org)
  • Policy cooperation in the European Union (EU) has led to a broad description of the kinds of attributes that teachers in EU Member States should possess: the Common European Principle for Teacher Competences and Qualifications. (wikipedia.org)
  • The possible professional qualifications are associated with the creation of a new generation of specialists in probability and statistics, able to model, explore and optimize specific events and processes with elements of random nature and create fully functional and market-oriented solutions. (uni-sofia.bg)
  • Long noted for its focus on progress in general education through inclusion, families, and parent-professional partnerships, the new sixth edition ofExceptional Lives: Special Education in Today's Schools, now includes a "Values and Outcomes" end-of-chapter feature that focuses on ideal educational results as well as IEP marginal notes that allow readers to link content to practical lessons. (ecampus.com)
  • In the first part of this series of three articles the responsibilities of dentists are analysed, while the second part focuses on the dentists' professional rights. (nih.gov)
  • Clients have a right to know that this information is kept in the strictest of confidentiality and is only shared with other professionals if consultation is required to address a specific problem. (chron.com)
  • The scope and flexibility of the treated material are provided so that the program is relevant for biologists, sociologists, demographers, economists, philosophers, philologists and other professionals whose statistical skills and culture are an inevitable part of their future career. (uni-sofia.bg)
  • For both age groups, the authors address the role of families, professionals, schools, and communities in helping children develop the skills needed to become socially competent individuals. (oup.com)
  • argued that critical thinking skills and mechanical skills are indispensable parts of competence. (healio.com)
  • This statement sets forth principles that speak to some of the (often overlapping) arenas in which professional geographers find themselves. (aag.org)
  • The principles should be seen as starting points for consideration of the ethical issues attendant to these and other arenas of professional activity. (aag.org)
  • For the student or religious professional who is looking for a graduate education in behavioral sciences that integrates up-to-date theories, trends and techniques in therapy combined with biblical principles, an online masters in Christian Counseling degree may prove to be a fulfilling academic and professional path. (gradschools.com)
  • Members are expected to integrate these principles into every aspect of their professional behaviour. (cih.org)
  • the improvement of professional vocational education teachers in the context of lifelong education is a series of comprehensive systems that are continuously performed, both formally and informally. (atlantis-press.com)
  • Information presented in the chapters is supplemented with narratives supplied by mental health professionals employed across counseling settings, who share their views of the rewards and challenges associated with the services they provide. (ecampus.com)
  • Thus, most students who join professional courses pay large sums of money as capitation fee or donation. (mainstreamweekly.net)
  • But reverting to cheating in examinations, students admitted to professional courses may resort to cheating when their learning ability and academic capability, stunted by cheating in earlier examinations, does not match the standards of the syllabus or the examination levels. (mainstreamweekly.net)
  • However, a statistical significance in GWCCS total score was not observed between entering and exiting students in health sciences based upon their professional program. (shu.edu)
  • Although, exiting health professional students were culturally competent based on this global assessment tool, ideally to enhance their abilities it would be advantageous for them to be culturally proficient. (shu.edu)
  • One of our central goals at the University of Alberta, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, is to help both students and faculty understand and embrace the values of medical professionalism, and continue to develop and refine their own sense of professional identity. (ualberta.ca)
  • There has been much concern about the scope and exercise of European Union competence, which is often premised on the assumption that some 'reified entity' called the European Union has increasingly arrogated power, with a consequent diminution of national autonomy that the Member States have been unable to resist. (birmingham.ac.uk)
  • The professionals reported the eHealth portal as (1) a source of information, (2) a gateway to approach and facilitate the patients, (3) a medium for irrevocable postings, (4) a channel that exposes responsibility and competence, and (5) a tool in the clinic. (jmir.org)
  • The primary objective of this program is to prepare doctoral-level professional psychologists to develop, provide, supervise and evaluate high quality mental health services for citizens of rural and other under-served communities. (marshall.edu)