The e-Competence Framework EXPLAINED IN 3 STEPS

1. FRAMEWORK OF 40 e-COMPETENCES

The e-Competence Framework consists of 40 e-competences grouped into 5 main ICT business areas Plan, Build, Run, Enable, Manage. View the full e-Competence Framework here.

For example, competency A.3. Business Plan Management is part of the Plan area.

2. PROFICIENCY LEVELS

Each competence relates to multiple proficiency levels, ranging from 1 to 5.

For example, competency A.3. Business Plan Management acts on level 3, 4 and 5. 

3. KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS EXAMPLES

Each competence is illustrated with knowledge and skills examples.

For example, an IT professional proficient in Sales Management has knowledge of legal, financial and contractual rules. 

FROM e-Competences TO IT ROLES

Which e-competences does one need to have for a specific IT role?

23 prominent ICT roles have been identified and mapped to the e-Competence Framework. For each role, there is a short description available of the main activities, deliverables, e-competences & KPI’s.

Do you want to create custom Role Profiles for your organization? Learn more about the e-CF® NEXT features. 

FROM e-Competences TO LEARNING

Which trainings & certificates help develop specific e-competences?

An overview of IT training courses and certificates is provided by e-Competence Quality.

Do you want to create your own Learning Profiles by matching learning outcomes with e-Competence Framework? Learn more about the e-CF® NEXT features.