International Journal of Management (IJM)

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Volume 11, Issue 6,June 2020, Pages 801-811, Page Count - 11

METHODOLOGY OF ENVIRONMENTAL COMPETENCE FORMATION IN TOURISM BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Viktoriia Hranovska (1) Lena Morozova (2) Yana Katsemir (3) Oleksandra Nenko (4)

(1) Department of Hotel-Restaurant and Tourism Business, Kherson State Agrarian University, Kherson, Ukraine.
(2) Department of Hotel-Restaurant and Tourism Business, Kherson State Agrarian University, Kherson, Ukraine.
(3) Department of Hotel-Restaurant and Tourism Business, Kherson State Agrarian University, Kherson, Ukraine.
(4) Department of Economics and Finance, Kherson State Agrarian University, Kherson, Ukraine.

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Abstract

In modern conditions, instead of the concept of "personnel professionalism", the broader and more capacious concepts of "competence" are increasingly used. However, there are different approaches to their definition.

Most scientists define the concept of "competence" as a set of knowledge and skills in a particular area of human activity. In this study, the concept of "competence" is considered as a set of knowledge and skills on General issues or issues of professional activity that are related to the qualification requirements for specialists in a particular field.

Regarding the definition of "competence", there are several approaches in the scientific literature. In our opinion, it is broader than competence, because the latter is part of it as the ability of an individual to carry out effective professional activities, using knowledge and skills in practice. Competence includes not only knowledge and skills but also the system of value orientations, habits and the like, it is a manifestation of competence.

 It is worth noting that personnel in any field of activity must have the General competence necessary for existence in society, to solve any situations, even those not related to a specific professional activity.


Author Keywords
Competence tourism business management methodology communication

ISSN Print: 0976-6502 ISSN Online: 0976-6510
Source Type: Journals Document Type: Journal Article
Publication Language: English DOI: 10.34218/IJM.11.6.2020.068
Abbreviated Journal Title: IJM Access Type: Open Access
Publisher Name: IAEME Publication Resource Licence: CC BY-NC
Major Subject:Social Sciences and Humanities Subject Area classification: Business, Management and Accounting
Subject area: General Business, Management and Accounting Source: SCOPEDATABASE

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