Competencies Butcher Apprentice in the North Central Region

Find out what competencies you typically need to work as a butcher apprentice in Canada.

Skills Help - Skills

Proficiency or complexity level
Management of Personnel Resources 3 - Moderate Level
Management of Material Resources 3 - Moderate Level
Management of Financial Resources 3 - Moderate Level
Coordinating 2 - Low Level
Instructing 2 - Low Level
Monitoring 2 - Low Level
Time Management 2 - Low Level
Quality Control Testing 2 - Low Level
Product Design 2 - Low Level
Operation Monitoring of Machinery and Equipment 2 - Low Level

Personal Attributes Help - Personal Attributes

Importance
Social Orientation 4 - Highly important
Independence 4 - Highly important
Concern for Others 4 - Highly important
Collaboration 4 - Highly important
Adaptability 4 - Highly important
Attention to Detail 4 - Highly important
Active Learning 3 - Important
Innovativeness 3 - Important
Stress Tolerance 3 - Important
Leadership 3 - Important

Interest Help - Interest

Knowledge Help - Knowledge

Knowledge level
Livestock, Farm Animals & Wildlife 1 - Basic Level
Biology 1 - Basic Level
Manufacturing, Processing and Production 1 - Basic Level
Client Service 1 - Basic Level
Vehicle, Machinery and Equipment Operations 1 - Basic Level
Languages 1 - Basic Level
Mathematics 1 - Basic Level
Public Safety and Security 1 - Basic Level

Source Occupational and Skills Information System

Labour Market Information Survey
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