EUROPEAN E-COMPETENCE FRAMEWORK EBOOK DOWNLOAD!
The European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) will become a European Standard, following a unanimous vote by the European Committee for Standardisation. The European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) provides a reference of 40 competences that apply to the Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Looking backwards – Why a European e-Competence Framework? ▫ In , before e-CF creation, there was no common agreement on how to express ICT.
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The risks posed to society and european e-competence framework dictate that steps be taken to mature the profession. To build any profession, it is essential to understand the core areas of expertise required by different roles.
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Organisations may then be able to recruit and develop suitable employees, and maintain appropriate levels of competences through continuous professional development.
Identical in european e-competence framework structure and content to the e-CF 3.
Estimates cost effectiveness, points of risk, opportunities, strengths and weaknesses, with a critical approach. Creates structured plans; establishes time scales and milestones, ensuring optimisation of activities and resources.
Defines delivery quantity and provides an overview of additional documentation requirements. Specifies correct handling of products, including legal issues, in accordance with current regulations.
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Proficiency Levels Proficiency Level 2 - Acts systematically to document standard and simple elements of a product. Proficiency Level 3 - Exploits specialist knowledge to create and maintain complex documents.
Proficiency Level 4 - Provides leadership and takes european e-competence framework for, developing and maintaining overall plans.
Architecture Design Specifies, refines, updates and makes available a formal approach to european e-competence framework solutions, necessary to develop and operate the IS architecture.
Identifies change requirements and the components involved: Takes into account interoperability, scalability, usability and security.
Maintains alignment between business evolution and technology developments.