Elements of Competencies and Attributes

The work output could be understood as an outcome for the organization the worker is working for. This kind of definition is outcome-oriented. J. Davies et al. (2005), proposed that the knowledge worker is coming with the increment of knowledge capital and bringing high added value.


The term “learning styles” speaks to the understanding that every student learns differently.

So, this is my simple video to explain about 4 types of learning style based on VARK Model

Identify your learning style - University of Wollongong – UOW