There are two types of skills: process skills and technical skills. For example, when you study medicine, and pass Internship or practical training you are admitted as a medical doctor in your field of specialization say Dentistry. That is a technical skill. You cannot practice as a dentist, unless you’ve the technical skills both theory and practical, and have been certified having passed the requirements for the award. The same applies to accountants, engineers, lawyers, etc.
Technical skills can get you a job, but may not help you keep it. To succeed in your career, you need more than technical skills. […] Read more