|[[General Digital Competence|General Digital Competence]]||[[Enabling Digital Competence|Enabling Digital Competence]]||[[Care Specific Digital Competence|Care Specific Digital Competence]]|
The CARER+ Digital Competence Framework (DCF) is designed around three Competence Domains:
Domain A: General digital competence (DIGCOMP adapted)
- Competences relevant for the development of general ICT literacy.
Domain B: Enabling digital competence in social care work
- Competences to make the application of digital technology possible, sustainable and accepted by both care workers and care recipients.
Domain C: Care-specific digital competence
- Competences focused on care sector-specific application of digital competence, and on enhancing the employability of carers through organisational digital competence and skill management.
The DCF structural elements are organised according to five dimensions:
- 3 Competence Domains
- 11 Competence Areas
- 41 Competences
- 2 Application Levels
The following diagram represents the structure of the CARER+ DCF, illustrating the dimensions of Domains (central circle) and Competence Areas (square objects), and indicating the numbers of single Competences in each Domain (numeric circles):