Requirements for competence modelling in professional learning: experience from the water sector

Charalampos Thanopoulos, Christian M. Stracke, Éva Rátky, Cleo Sgouropoulou


Competence Models are proved as critical instruments for human resources management and development, and of determined for both the labour market (employers) for the selection of the employees and training providers for the enhancement of the vocational training opportunities. The concept of competence modeling is still under development and considerable efforts are focused on the creation of new Competence Models and their application to a broad range of professional learning sectors. The scope of this inquiry is to contribute to this research field by setting the basis for the design and development of a Competence Model for the Water Sector.

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DOI: 10.17700/jai.2010.1.2.19

Journal of Agricultural Informatics