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A common language for competences is valuable as a 'vocabulary', but it also needs to be structured to support collection and classification of content. A European language of competence must be translatable into other concepts. This includes job profiles and descriptions and structures for learning or certification or frameworks such as the EQF. The e-CF needs to meet multiple demands by providing user-friendly orientation and by being open and flexible.
|Engelse titel||European e-Competence Framework 2.0 - Part 3: Building the e-CF – a combination of sound methodology and expert contribution|