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Requirements for Training / V13 2023-05-02

Figure 3 Annex 4 – The GWO Taxonomy – Condensed For each domain and level, the relevant action verbs are defined with examples of learning objectives, description of learning processes, suggestions for learning activities and ways of evaluating the learning. 1. The Knowledge Domain 1.1 Definition of Knowledge Knowledge contains the following three aspects: Type of knowledge involved: Knowledge about theory or knowledge about a topic or a field or within a profession. The complexity of this knowledge; The degree of complexity and the predictability of the situation where this knowledge is mastered. Understanding: The ability to apply knowledge in a context. For example, understanding is expressed

when explaining a topic to others. 1.2 Knowledge at the Basic Level Definition

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