European Master and Certification Program
in Risk Engineering and Management

F8-2:
Development of Competencies

Course code: 128038
Language of instruction: English
Lecturers: Rolf Seebauer, Michael Hathorn
Assessment: Defined in the module

Short description

Being part of a holistic human resources approach, this competence management course will be relevant for attendees on two levels. On the one hand they will be introduced to a framework aiming to assess and develop their own skills and competencies. On the other hand, they will learn how to use the gained knowledge to strengthen the human capital in their companies by developing and retaining talents.

Objectives

The participants will:

acquire techniques for skills developing needed for self-organized, creative, complex, open and risk-loaded situations,

acquire techniques for upgrading competences for business efficiency,

acquire techniques for assessing employees,

become familiar with methods of competence assessment and

become familiar with possibilities and limitations of targeted skills development through a critical analysis and they will become able to assess it.

Target Attendees / Participants

Students of Steinbeis Master of Business Administration

Course Content by Units

Explain and define competencies:

- Definition of the Competence concept and fundamentals

- Forms of skills acquisition and analysis

- Information evaluation and interpretation possibilities

- Practical group exercise

- First generalization

 

Skills and values:

- Preliminary questionnaire

- Basic skills, value types

- Value acquisition and learning skills

- Forms of skills training

 

Skills and human capital:

- Identification of human capital

- Individual skills and core competencies of an enterprise

 

  Skills acquisition in the company:

- Strategy Discussion/Model

- Determination of basic skills

- Identification of competencies

- Identification of individual skills

 

Competence management and competence capital

Teaching Methods

Free and interactive class discussion, self assessment

Work in small groups

Literature

Erpenbeck J. / v. Rosenstiel. L. (2007): Handbuch Kompetenzmessung: Erkennen, Verstehen und Messen von Kompetenzen in der betrieblichen, pädagogischen und psychologischen Praxis, 2. überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage, Schaffer-Poeschel

Erpenbeck J. / v. Rosenstiel, L. (2003): Handbuch Kompetenzmessung: Erkennen, Verstehen und Messen von Kompetenzen in der betrieblichen, pädagogischen und psychologischen Praxis, 1. Auflage, Schaffer-Poeschel

Grote, S. / Kauffeld, S. / Frieling. E. (2006): Kompetenzmanagement: Grundlagen und Praxisbeispiele, 1. Auflage, Schaffer-Poeschel

Hasebrook, J. / Zawacki-Richter, O. / Erpenbeck, J. (2004): Kompetenzkapital: Verbindung zwischen Kompetenzbilanzen und Humankapital, 1. Auflage, Bankakademie

 

Heyse, V. / Erpenbeck, J. (2004): Kompetenztraining. 64 Informations- und Trainingsprogramme, 1. Auflage, Schaffer-Poeschel


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(Course profile ID: F8-2:, generated on November 19, 2018)