capable or proficient, possessing the skill required to perform an action proficiently Regulation 38C requires scaffolding to be erected by competent workmen possessing adequate experience of such work. competence (n)
Means a person is capable of making informed decisions in specific areas regarding the conduct of one's personal and/or financial affairs. Family - Parent, foster parents, spouses, siblings, and others who perform the roles and functions of family members in the life of an individual, including persons in a relationship of mutual support with an individual that is exclusive and expected to endure over time.
A legal concept that describes people who are able to make decisions for themselves. Minors are presumed to be incompetent, except under certain specified conditions. The corollary medical-ethical term is decisional capacity.
adequately qualified, suitably trained and sufficiently experienced to perform the work safely familiar with the intent of the applicable legislation, knowledgeable of the potential risk or actual danger to health and safety and aware of the means to control or eliminate the hazards while performing the job
L. competentia - meeting together, agreement, symmetry]. Displaying competence. (The technical use of the term here follows the normal English sense of being able or fit.) Dorsal neural ectoderm in amphibian embryos consists of competent cells which if induced can form the neural plate.
(Competency) — Possessing sufficient or suitable skill, knowledge or experience to achieve a specific objective. For example: She is competent to supervise the carpet cleaning operation in our building.