It will not be possible to assess employees on all skills as described in a Job Profile.
- a) require an unacceptable high level of effort by all parties concerned
- b) highly upset daily operational activities
- c) not provide the extra confidence that an employee is competent
It will be more practical to select a number of Key Skills (maximum 20) that form a good representation of all required skills for the function and that will give sufficient confidence that the employee is competent.
A fair selection of key skills across the board will be selected, i.e. skills originating from the own professional Skill Units, but also appropriate skills from HS&E, managerial and other more common Skill Units.
Competence Assurance process
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