GWO Requirements for Training Providers
Knowledge at the advanced level
Definition The advanced level is about participants having a holistic understanding of a topic, where pros and cons, risks, advantages, and disadvantages form the background for reflected assessments and decisions on actions.
Examples of applying action verbs in a learning objective
The participants can assess a situation to decide relevant and responsible action. The participants can assess a situation or the behaviour of colleagues or peers to provide feedback or guidance.
The participants can explore material (including tool instructions, technical handbooks, and relevant guides) to find solutions to an actual problem or for development of own competences. The participants can explore an occurrence to clarify causes or explanations.
The participants can choose the relevant actions in a situation based on assessment of the causality or the relation between causes and possible reactions.
How does the participant acquire knowledge at the advanced level?
Critical and constructive reflection is the foundation of deep knowledge and understanding. Reflection is initiated and facilitated when the participant is faced with challenging questions or situations. When discussing or solving the challenge a broader perspective or a deeper understanding is gained. Motivation, confidence, and curiosity to learn is facilitated when the participants are listened to. By being involved in learning activities and the process of developing and expanding their knowledge, participants can build on their current knowledge and experiences.
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