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Case study Title Key perspectives Access
A e-CF in large ICT demand organizations Job profile creationInternal ICT staff developmentCross company and cross border common language download
B e-CF in a corporate/ ICT supplier environment e-CF for consultantsIdentifying training needsTraining developmentCompetence gap identification download
C e-CF for SME’s – competence need analysis and managerial dashboard Application in a micro enterprise environmente-CF as a marketing aide-CF as a business development toolCompetence need analysisLinking business strategy and competence development

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D SME competence assessment and business card creation based upon the e-CF SME competence self-assessmentBusiness card creationBusiness capabilitye-CF for SME consultants download
E e-CF to build SME job descriptions Job description developmentIntercompany communicationRecruitment aid download
F e-CF for qualification providers Matching education supply to market needsThe difference between competence development and traditional learningStudent motivation from a competence approachEQF and e-CF compliance download
G e-CF in a certification environment Matching certification supply to market needsIncreasing transparency in the European e-Skills landscape download
H e-CF for ICT professional self-assessment Self-assessmentCV / Self promotion download
I e-CF for linking e-curricula supply and demand Competence connected to learning outcomese-CF and EQF compliancePersonal career developmentCompetence based e-curriculum download
K e-CF for ICT professional associations AssessmentBenchmark criteriaCommunity building download
L e-CF for ICT training quality improvement Specialised competencesSpecialist role developmentMatching education supply and demand download
M e-CF for assessment and career tools Assessing an ICT professional’s capabilityRecognition of formal and informal learning download
N e-CF for National and EU policy makers Ensuring qualified ICT workforce in a long-termCommunication between policy makers and ICT businesse-Curricula buildingCross-European common language download
O e-CF to relate or integrate to other frameworks e-CF use in an established structureRelating the e-CF to other frameworksRelating workplace and qualification perspective by EQF and e-CF download
P e-CF for European ICT professional creation Including competence into a job ProfileCommunication between HR, management and ICT professionalsBuilding and linking local profiles to a recognised European structure download

 

 

The structure of the European e-Competence Framework is based on four dimensions.

Dimension 1 5 e-Competence areas, derived from the ICT business processes
PLAN – BUILD – RUN – ENABLE – MANAGE
Dimension 2 A set of reference e-Competences for each area, with a generic description for each competence. 32 competences identified in total provide the European generic reference definitions of the framework.
Dimension 3 Proficiency levels of each e-Competence provide European reference level specifications
on e-Competence levels e-1 to e-5, which are related to EQF levels 3-8.
Dimension 4 Samples of knowledge and skills relate to e-Competences in dimension 2. They are provided to add value and context and are not intended to be exhaustive.

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