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Recent attention to competencies, especially the McBer approach, is reviewed. Elkin, G.
- Effects of Competency Based Management Approaches on Employee Performance in UNHCR Kenya
- Competency Based Training (CBT) Curriculum Framework
- COMPETENCY‐BASED HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT – MAKING SENSE OF THE IDEAS
Fassihi, Mohammad Reza.
Effects of Competency Based Management Approaches on Employee Performance in UNHCR Kenya
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It identifies six key problems with Competency-Based Training CBT : first, CBT is tied to specific ensembles of workplace roles and requirements; second, the outcomes of learning are tied to descriptions of work as it currently exists; third, CBT does not provide adequate access to underpinning knowledge; fourth, CBT is based on the simplistic and behaviourist notion that processes of learning are identical with the skills that are to be learnt; fifth, the credibility of a qualification is based on trust, not what it says a person can do; and sixth, CBT is based on a notion of the human actor as the supervised worker. Keywords: behaviourism , capabilities approach , competency-based training , generic skills , kompetenz , skills , vocational education and training. Leesa Wheelahan is an associate professor and the William G. She has published widely on vocational education and training, competency-based training, the links between education and work, and post-secondary education policies. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content.
Competency Based Training (CBT) Curriculum Framework
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COMPETENCY‐BASED HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT – MAKING SENSE OF THE IDEAS
Throughout the years competence-based management approaches have proved to be a critical tool in human resource management, vocational training and performance management. As a result, competence-based approaches are often adopted as the key paradigm in both formal or informal education and training programs. Despite this fact, the Technology-enhanced Learning TeL research community has only recently considered undertaking research towards technology-enhanced competence-based learning and training. To this end, there exist a number of open issues such as: how can we model competences; how can we assess competences; how can we develop training resources and training activities that target specific competences.