The design and development framework of competence management system (CMS) assisting international multicultural environments at the system, organizational and individual levels, is evaluated. CMS design integrates the competence framework, e-mentoring system and vocational education and training courses defined by competences. Courses are offered in the case of low competence profile. Competencies are not a fixed set of skills, but rather represent a dynamic combination of abilities, skills and knowledge. The overall evaluation of CMS navigation presented consists of the items, including registration of an employee's personal competences, e-tutoring, matching the acquired versus required competences, design of personal profile and design of individualized study planning. The users found the personal competence profile and matching the acquired versus required competences very useful. There followed the e-mentoring and course and training descriptions.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||British Journal of Educational Technology|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2012|
|Event||American Educational Research Association : Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association - Vancouver, Canada|
Duration: 13 Apr 2012 → 16 Apr 2012