Requirements for Training / V13 2023-05-02
2.4 Skills at the Advanced Level Definition The advanced level is characterised by the participants’ ability to experiment and refine the skills while evaluating and reflecting on their own behaviour and reactions in relevant situations.
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The participants can evaluate their own and other’s performance in relation to the actual challenge, subject, or topic. The participants can select and perform proper action in task solving. The participants can experiment to find best solutions for new challenges.
How does the participant acquire skills at the advanced level?
The participant learns from practising a skill and reflecting on the process, as well as from receiving or giving feedback. When the participant tries different solutions and reflects on the outcomes, the participant obtains the ability to select the best way of applying the skill. In addition, having to explain their experience to others strengthens their understanding. At the advanced level, the participant often requires a significant degree of freedom to test how a skill is best applied in combination with other knowledge, skills, or abilities. When the participant works with little or no instruction, the participant develops self-confidence in the action. With reference to the interrelation of fidelity and skills transfer, the closer the exercises are to work reality the better.
What activities will facilitate the learning process for the participants at the advanced level?
1) Exercises where participants practise the relevant skills. 2) Experiments. 3) Tests of participants’ skills and understanding. 4) Group work. 5) Scenario-based projects and case work.
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