Competence is no longer enough. You now need 'competency'. American in origin, competency means skills applied commercially and not for their own sake. Opening the post is good old-fashioned competence; firing off a sales letter is competency. Which makes competency a boon, especially for those teaching it and testing it. For most Britons, though, competence and competency will always be the same thing, as they have since the 16th century.
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