Professional Competency in UK Law

  • A review of digital curation professional competencies: theory and current practices
    • Nbr. 28-1, March 2018
    • Records Management Journal
    • 62-78
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the concept of professional competency in current digital curation literature through the lens of competency theories in management science and orga...
    ......, Drexel University, Philadelphia,Pennsylvania, USAAbstractPurpose –The purpose of this paperis to examine the concept of professional competency in current digitalcurationliterature through the lens of competency theoriesin management science and organizational studies.This paper also aims to ......
  • E‐information usage among engineering academics in India with special reference to Rajasthan State
    • Nbr. 29-3, September 2011
    • Library Hi Tech
    • 496-511
    Purpose: The main objective of this paper is to analyse and evaluate the use of e‐resources by the engineering academics of Rajasthan state. It aims to consider the various factors of e‐resources u...
    ......Using the e-resources, theiracademic/professional competency also improved. The teaching methodology also involved ......
  • Internal auditor’s compliance to code of ethics. Empirical findings from Malaysian Government-linked companies
    • Nbr. 26-1, January 2019
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 179-194
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the professional competency levels acquired by internal auditors in detecting unethical behaviour, to evaluate the position of internal auditors ...
    ...... –The purpose of this study was to determine the professional competency levels acquired byinternal auditors in detectingunethical ......
  • Analysis of information technology (IT) applications in academic libraries in Kuwait
    • Nbr. 28-2, April 2011
    • Library Hi Tech News
    • 9-15
    Purpose: Library professionals today need to acquire knowledge and skills in information and communication technology as the services of more and more libraries are now centering on information tec...
    ......Tomeet current requirements, libraryprofessionals must be able to performvarious tasks in order to cope with thechanges in ... as wellas finding out how to develop increasedprofessional competency in general.Since the users are more apt to expectonline and electronically ......
  • Education and training for records professionals
    • Nbr. 17-2, June 2007
    • Records Management Journal
    • 94-106
    Purpose: This paper aims to explore the definitions of and the differences between education and training and the role of each in nurturing and supporting lifelong learning for records professional...
    ......Differentmodels for competencies and the lack of consensus on what constitutes an appropriate competencymodel for the profession are considered.Findings – Education provides new professionals with knowledge of theory of the discipline andhelps them to ......
  • Competency expectations for property professionals in Australia
    • Nbr. 32-3, April 2014
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 256-281
    Purpose: – The aim of this paper is to identify the competency expectations for property professionals in Australia. It further discusses differences in competency expectations between property pro...
  • Competencies for information specialists in emerging roles
    • Nbr. 38-1, January 2017
    • Library Management
    • 65-76
    Purpose: Librarians are increasingly involved in projects and teams that require them to exhibit a broad range of knowledge and competencies which extend beyond traditional librarianship to include...
    ...... of these various information disciplines as a guideline for competencydevelopment. The purpose of this paper is to provide some insights into the ... this analysis were existing competency profiles developed by professionalassociations and employers of information workers such as government ......
  • The story of the Australian recordkeeping competency standards
    • Nbr. 11-3, December 2001
    • Records Management Journal
    • 143-153
    In July 2001 a comprehensive training package for business services successfully jumped its first hurdle on the way to endorsement when the Australian National Training Authority passed it onto the...
    ...... to construct training programs through a range of levels, from school-leavers entering the workforce to do office work, through to professional devel-opment programs for experienced recordkeeping professionals. The process ofre-organising the 1997 competency standards into training packages ......
  • Are local authority fraud teams fit for purpose?
    • Nbr. 18-2, May 2011
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 195-213
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to analyse fraud investigative practice in London local authorities with reference to recognised best practice and two comparator organisations, the Department...
    ...... Each London Borough has a specialist anti-fraud response with professionally qualifiedinvestigators, demonstrates compliance with best practice and ... of national professionalguidance to investigators; minimum competency standards for fraud investigation; research into theapplicability of the ......
  • Effects of career‐related continuous learning on competencies
    • Nbr. 38-1, December 2008
    • Personnel Review
    • 90-101
    Purpose: The present study aims to examine how employees' formal (e.g. off‐the‐job training) and informal (e.g. discussion with colleagues) career‐related continuous learning (CRCL) activities affe...
    .......Findings – Results revealed that informal CRCL affected professional, method, and socialcompetencies. In addition, employees’ participation ....Research limitations/implications – Additional influences on competency such as motivationand commitment should be controlled for in future ......
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