eCompetence Framework for ICT Users - (more details to be added when work on End User Framework is more advanced)

Introduction

The e-Competence Framework for ICT Users is currently under development by CEN Workshop for ICT Skills. It covers ICT competences of end-user what is discriminating this framework from eCompetence Framework which is targeted to ICT practicioners.

General information

This is meant to be generally useful information about the stakeholder or source model.

information to be gathered details
Name / title of source/model and version if applicable eCompetence Framework for ICT Users
Stakeholder CEN Workshop for ICT Skills
URL http://www.ecompetences.eu/
Orientation Specific to ICT
Explicit / implicit Implicit
Organisational competence Yes
Number of people currently affected Large
Sectors covered ICT
User communities yes, e.g. eSkills week
Significant use cases  
Significant business cases  
Gather sample materials  
Key features influencing uptake This is ongoing project.

Features of the model

The model described can be either explicit (as in a specification) or implicit in the stakeholders data or practice. If a source covers separate more than one LOC, it might be useful to duplicate this table, and fill in once for individual LOCs, and once for frameworks or LOC structures. In the "?" column, put 1 if the feature is present, 0 if it is not.

N Features ? notes (replace these explanations with your gathered information)
00 More than one model    
01 Identifiers ? under development
02 Hierarchy (internal) 1 Each competence is assigned to particular competence area. Each competence has proficiency levels defined and knowledge/skills examples
03 Internal relationships 0 no
04 External relationships ? under development
05 Conditionality / optionality 0 Framework does not define optional modules to achieve competence
06 Text syntax 1 Framework follows structured syntax. e.g. skills consists of action verbs, knowledge is described using verbs
07 Structured identifiers ? under development
08 Classification 1 comptences are classified according to competence areas (Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Presentation, Email, Web Browsing and Information Search)
09 Level attribution 1 Own levelling which can be mapped to EQF levels
10 Level definition 1 Each level has definition
11 Context ? context definition is vague. needs to be checked
12 Evidence and assessment 0 no
13 Extensions 0 no
14 Profiles 0 not yet
15 Adaptation 0 no
16 Definition by example 1 widely used, each competence has several knowledge and skills examples
17 Learning resources 0 no
18 Learner records 0 no
19 Multilinguality 0 under development in English. Translation might be subject in the future

High-level model

Structure is under development