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Updating The Socio-Professional Competence Of The Digital Economy Specialist

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The San Juan National University’s Faculty of Engineering (Argentina) The Bauman Moscow State Technical University Project “Technopark” The Joint Research Centre (JRC) the Digital Competence Framework 2.0 Centrum Cyfrowe Projekt, Warszawa
Technological and social competencies Competencies Social-Professional-Instrumental A list of 21 competencies that the European Commission determined for Europe citizens The DIGCOMP model based on IT and information competences
Identify, formulate and resolve engineering problems Active cognitive position and intellectual activity in solving engineering issues Information and data literacy: browsing, searching and filtering data, information and digital content; evaluating data, information and digital content; managing data Work and professional development (Functional competences: work more effectively, comfortably, faster; take care of my career find a job)
Ideate, design and develop engineering projects Creative approach to project design and innovation Creatively using digital technologies; Identifying digital competence gaps Relationship with relatives (Functional competences: perform parental duties; maintain the social relations; protect privacy; image)
Arrange, plan, execute and control engineering projects The productive nature of the activity with bringing the engineering solution to the state of the final product Communication and collaboration: interacting, sharing, engaging in citizenship through digital technologies Education (Functional competences: gain new qualifications; learn via Internet; create educational resources and share resources with others)
Effectively utilize application techniques and tools in engineering Competency Workbench To use digital tools and technologies for collaborative processes, and for co-construction and co-creation of resources and knowledge Working on interests /Leisure and hobby (Functional competences: fill free time with content; develop my hobby; protect my personal development)
Contribute to the generation of technological developments and technological innovations Research activity in project development, finding original solutions to engineering problems Safety: Protecting devices; Protecting personal data and privacy; Protecting health and well-being; Protecting the environment Health (Functional competences: have a healthy lifestyle; use the health care system; obtain information and health self-care; take care of health of people)
Perform effectively as part of a teamand communicate effectively Business communication, tolerance, organizational behavior, cross-cultural skills Collaborating through digital technologies; transmitted over the internet, or other digital means, e.g. mobile phone network Everyday issues (Functional competences: handle the official matters without leaving the house; do online shopping, plan, etc.)
Act ethically, with professional responsibility and social commitment Active citizenship, compliance with social norms and rules Digital content creation: Developing digital content; Integrating and re-elaborating digital content; Copyright and licenses; Programming Religion and spiritual needs (Functional competences: satisfy spiritual/religious needs; participate in the civil life, in political life)
Learn continuously and autonomously; increase professional qualifications Education, development and professional development throughout life Problem solving: Solving technical problems; Identifying needs and technological responses Finance (Functional competences: manage my finances; buy cheaper; earn online)
Act with entrepreneurial spirit Realization of professional potential and mobility of a specialist Managing digital identity; To create and manage one or multiple digital identities, to be able to protect one's own reputation Establish and conduct a business (Functional competence: gain knowledge about the commune, the country and the world )
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