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Competency Based Modeling
Competency models are effective for use in assessment, selection, promotion, training and development. They can be the
first step in developing a job profile and in rating an employee's level of competence against a model or profile. Changes
in an organization, or a new customer focus are among some of the issues that can change the competency requirements
and roles of the people in an organization. A modern competency system incorporates flexibility so that people can adapt
quickly and help communicate changing requirements.
ENS eLearning can take this information and develop a learning plan based on these findings and present the findings for
your own organizational use. Some of the tools we use for building competency models include:
Competency-model formats can:
- Job-Analysis Interviews
- Focus Groups
- Job Descriptions
- identify technical competencies with possible performance behaviors for establishing a level of proficiency for each competency
- ensure that a specific competency is given a basic definition and behavioral anchors, which describe specific levels of expected performance behavior. Levels become more complex as the behaviors go up the scale.