Training systems

Requirements for Training / V13 2023-05-02

3. The Ability Domain 3.1 Definition of Ability Ability covers the capacity to act responsibly, safely, and independently or in cooperation with others to meet a challenge or to get the job done. Ability contains the following aspects: Application of knowledge and skills together with both personal and professional experience, attitude, and personal characteristics. The complexity of the cooperative situations in which one can engage, e.g. familiar/unfamiliar situations, by oneself or under supervision/instruction, alone or in cooperation with others as well as the degree of unpredictability and changeability in these contexts. Learning: the ability to take ownership for one’s learning and that of others. 3.2 Ability at the Basic Level Definition At the basic level, the participant can act independently or under supervision in familiar work situations. The participant shows interest and takes responsibility to engage in the task at hand.

Action Verb

Examples of applying action verbs in a learning objective

The participants show interest or curiosity in the subject, topic, challenges, or solutions at hand. The participants show interest and willingness to engage in a given task. The participants can solve routine tasks under supervision. The participant can solve routine tasks responsibly and will on their own initiative seek help or guidance when needed. The participants can on own initiative take responsibility of solving routine tasks in familiar situations.

Show Interest


How does the participant acquire ability at the basic level?

By trying out solutions independently and by bringing relevant experience into play, the participant develops a positive attitude towards and a feeling of ownership of the subject and the solution.

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