This collection identifies competence
categorization questions not resolved completely by Lisbon Treaty (Articles 2-6 TFEU) changes to the European Union competence
arrangement designed to make the division of competences
between the EU and its member states clearer and more effective at containing European integration.
were categorised as 'essential' and 'good to have' based on the agreement cut-off of 75%.
The study was aimed to examine the competence
of public sector Elementary School Teachers (ESTs) with respect to their Subject Matter Knowledge (SMK).
Eduard Shevchenko of ZiO-Podolsk (a works of Atomenergomash Group of Companies) won a silver medal in the competence
According to this conceptual framework, the entities implied in training and education, the teaching and learning processes, the timetable and the way in which an individual reaches the desired knowledge, skills and competences
(through formal, informal or nonformal ways) are considered to be neutral factors.
The study investigated relationship between social competence
and academic achievement in high and low achievers children.
Maazouz lors d'une reunion de travail avec des competences
Given its position as one of the world's largest integrated energy companies, Shell demands a large number of competences
from its global workforce.
In order to take care of a sick person, one needs to have a range of skills and competences
One of these five competences
, reflected in approximately 2,000 patents held by is host firm, is used here as an example.
A synthetic model presenting the functional relationships among the strategic, actional, linguistic and discursive competences
is suggested by Marianne Celce-Murcia et al.
Required profiles specify the competences
needed by an applicant for a particular programme or job whereas acquired competence
profiles detail the competences
of employees (or learners).