What are subject-specific knowledge?
Professional competence is understood to mean the ability to independently cope with typical professional or “subject” tasks. Appropriate training is therefore a prerequisite. Expertise includes, for example, knowledge of specific technical terms, subject-specific methods, but also a sense of responsibility towards the “subject”.
What exactly is a competency?
Competence (from Latin competere – to meet) describes the ability (psychological) and is legally synonymous with the responsibility of a person (or an organ) to carry out certain tasks independently.
What is the difference between ability and competence?
The term skills emphasizes more the skills; Competence encompasses more skills and abilities Sometimes skills are also spoken of as specialist knowledge and specialist skills. However, it is always the skills that are more specifically meant and less the abilities, while competence tends to encompass both.
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