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Colayer envisions the Human Web as a huge pool of competencies and proficiencies. Like the information pool, knowledge seekers (or rather, ... http://about.colayer.com/PAGE_human - 14k - Cached - Similar pages
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But e-literacy looks at a wider pool of competencies – the myriad skills of using a wide. range of ICT tools that have never been considered in terms of ... http://www.jelit.org/archive/00000012/01/Conference_Reviews.... - Similar pages
xxxCMJ_Trans Local time: 02:42 Works in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 163
12 hrs confidence: peer agreement (net): +2
Consultancy pool, skills pool
Explanation: Like Ormiston, I don't like "competencies". Perhaps this might fit the bill, probably consultancy (covers both "consultants" and "experts") rather than skills which tends to make me think of manual skills or dexterity.
xxxACOZ Australia Local time: 10:12 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 8
Explanation: I agree with ACOZ and I'm adding to that answer. It sounds like a team of experts - ie project managers / consultants. In theory you don't necessarily need 'specialised' because those sort of people are expected to be experts! however, I think that we need your whole sentence to give a more definite answer -
maybe you already have project team etc written and 'vivier de competences' is just an explanation of what that is?! (in which case it should be more explanatory as per other answers)
juliebarba United Kingdom Local time: 01:42 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 75