GWO Requirements for Training Providers V12

GWO Requirements for Training Providers

Skills at the intermediate level

Definition The intermediate level is about skill mastery to the extent that the participant can test the application of the skill and distinguish between relevant and less relevant situations to apply the skill in.

Action verb

Examples of applying action verbs in a learning objective

The participants can apply a tool in relevant situations. The participants can apply safety standards and rescue devices in relevant situations.


The participants can distinguish between correct or incorrect actions to be taken in actual situations. The participants can observe and distinguish whether actions are following or not following actual rules and regulations.


The participants can perform a given task by following a set of instructions.


How does the participant acquire skills at the intermediate level?

The participant must follow instructions to reach the learning objectives. Afterwards, both the effort and the result must be reflected upon – what happened, what made it work (or not work) and what could be done differently the next time? Participants’ active learning efforts during the exercises initiate and propel the learning process. The training exercises must have a focus on performing best practices and on the participants’ reflection. The participant’s commitment, motivation, and learning must be increased by constructive feedback aiming at the development of the relevant skills.


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