How do I describe my job knowledge?
Possesses job knowledge that is demonstrated thorough understanding of how to perform regular work assignments as well as how those assignments relate to other areas. Demonstrates thorough understanding of all procedures and processes required to effectively perform all assignments.
What is knowledge and examples?
Knowledge is defined as what is learned, understood or aware of. An example of knowledge is learning the alphabet. An example of knowledge is having the ability to find a location.
How do you describe your proficiency level?
There are alternatives as far as the proficiency phrasing goes, as well: Advanced: native, fluent, proficient, advanced, mother tongue, upper-intermediate. Mid-range: intermediate, conversational, competent, professional. Beginner: elementary, beginner, basic, pre-intermediate, limited working proficiency….
How can I use knowledge in a sentence?
- [S] [T] Tom needs to gain more knowledge. (
- [S] [T] He has a good knowledge of French. (
- [S] [T] It’s my belief that knowledge is power. (
- [S] [T] I didn’t know that was public knowledge. (
- [S] [T] My uncle has a good knowledge of French. (
- [S] [T] To the best of my knowledge, Tom can’t swim. (
What are the levels of computer skills?
- Level 1 – Fundamental Skills (Typing, Mouse)
- Level 2 – Basic Computing and Applications.
- Level 3 – Intermediate Computing and Applications.
- Level 4 – Advanced Computing and Applications.
- Level 5 – Proficient Computing, Applications, and Programming.
What are knowledge and skills?
Knowledge refers to learning concepts, principles and information regarding a particular subject(s) by a person through books, media, encyclopedias, academic institutions and other sources. Skill refers to the ability of using that information and applying it in a context.