A Study for Developing Generic Competency Standards Focusing on Professional Engineer Qualification in National Technical Qualification Act

공통직무능력표준 개발연구: 국가기술자격법상 기술사 자격을 중심으로

  • Received : 2009.06.05
  • Accepted : 2009.09.01
  • Published : 2009.12.31

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to develop the national generic competency standards for professional engineer and so improve the quality of Korean professional engineer into an international level. First, this study intends to develop the national generic competency standards for professional engineer that contributes to maintain and enhance the quality of professional engineers in terms of a linkage among education and training, qualification, and labor market. Second, this study aim to obtain the national generic competency standards for professional engineer that applies to reform the criteria of certification, testing, and interview of National Technical Qualification System as well as to develop the curriculum of engineering education and continuing professional development and the system of human resource management in corporations. As a result, a final draft of the national generic competency standards for professional engineer was confirmed to include 12 clusters of competency standards and 56 elements of competency standards.

Keywords

professional engineer;generic competency standards;international professional engineer;national technical qualification

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