Training systems

Requirements for Training / V13 2023-05-02

2.1 Definition of Skills Skills means what a person can do or accomplish. Skills contains the following aspects: The type of skills involved are: practical, cognitive, creative, or communicative skills. The level of complexity of the action to be carried out: the task or case in which the skill is to be used and the complexity of this task. Communication: the communication that is required, the complexity of the message, to which target groups and with which channels. 2.2 Skills at the Basic Level Definition The basic level is about basic cognitive and practical motoric skills required by the participants to apply relevant instructions and procedures e.g. work instructions and manuals, to carry out tasks, and to solve routine problems using simple rules, tools and communication.

Action Verb

Examples of applying action verbs in a learning objective

The participants can copy and imitate an action presented by the instructor or other media. The participants can repeat actions or action steps again and again without further instruction or supervision.



How does the participant acquire skills at the basic level?

A calm and safe learning environment is a prerequisite for acquiring skills at the basic level. The participants must be able to focus only on what they are about to learn, therefore fidelity and simulated realistic work environment should be applied to a limited extend only. The foundation of acquiring skills at the basic level is controlled and repeated practice of the actual skill. This means for example, that only a limited amount of reflection is required at this level.

What activities will facilitate the learning process for the participants at the basic level?

1) An action to be copied by the participants is presented or described. Afterwards the participants must practise the action. 2) The action must be repeated by the participant under supervision until the skill is achieved. 3) Feedback must be provided to correct faults and encourage the participant for further engagement. An exercise should only be intervened when serious errors or safety violations occur. This way the learning flow of actions steps is not interrupted.

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