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Frequently asked questions
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They are called Areas. The e-Competence areas reflect the ICT Business process and its main sub-processes, from a very general perspective. PLAN, BUILD and RUN are core areas whilst ENABLE and MANAGE are cross-cutting issues referred and related to the former. Each area includes a set of e-Competences.
A competence is a demonstrated ability to apply knowledge, skills and attitudes for achieving observable results. The e-Competences can then be adapted and customised into different business contexts such as e-commerce, e-health, e-banking, etc.
As you’ve noticed not all competences have all proficiency levels. Below you will see what each level represents.
Samples of skills and knowledge are provided to add value and context and are not intended to be exhaustive.
The self assessment is based on the ESCO and eCF European framework. The skills are according to this standardization.
We are afraid that you cannot add your own competences. The competences listed in the self assessment are based on the ESCO and eCF framework.
In the self assessment click on a title of a competence. On your right hand side panel, you will be able to read the description of the specific competence you clicked on but also its skills and knowledge.
Yes! You don’t have to do the self assessment from the beginning. You can always return and change anything you want.
Yes! You don’t have to complete your self assessment in one go. Whenever you click the button ‘save and continue’ it saves the form in your current progress and you can always return and finish it another time
Your published items will be shown in your ePortfolio and a potential employer will be able to view them. If you chose to unpublish some of your items they will not be shown in your ePortfolio.
They go to your ePortfolio and a potential employer will have access to them.
An evidence is anything that you can support to prove your competences, for example, a file or a link. An experience is any related experience you might have to a competence, for example, work experience or a course you have taken.
In your search results page click on a name, this will open their ePortfolio page, from there just click the button saying ‘Personal info’ this will open up their personal details and also the option to send them a message.