Requirements Training V14 20231204

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Requirements for Training / V14 2023-12-04

3.4 Ability at the Advanced Level


Ability at the advanced level calls for broad experience and strong commitment by the participant. At this level, safety-awareness and responsibility is an instinctive part of the attitude of the participant. The participants can apply their knowledge, skills, experience, and attitude (motivated by willingness, commitment, and curiosity) to adapt and act responsibly in new ways, supervise fellow workers on safety matters and propose development of work- and safety processes and -procedures.

There must be awareness for developing leadership or supervising abilities when feasible.

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Examples of applying action verbs in a learning objective

The participants can adapt to new processes and procedures - including new work colleagues, tools, and risk assessments.


The participants can supervise the routine work of others and take responsibility for the evaluation and improvement of their work activities. The participants can supervise individuals on relevant safety issues in the work situation. The participants can manage less experienced colleagues by inviting them to take responsibility for their own task-solving to build and develop their individual commitment and responsibility.



How does the participant acquire ability at the advanced level?

The participant develops self-esteem, commitment, and responsibility when the participant meet new challenges in changing environments that require the participant to apply alternative solutions. In this way the participant explores and evaluates different solutions and their usability in changing environments. The need to experiment and the right to fail during training are important parts of the learning process that allow the participant to find their own way and determine the practical limits for possible solutions. Success and failure are equally important in this process with feedback supporting the ongoing processes of reflection. When the participant practises assessing and supervising other participants, the participant commits to the challenge and the learning activity, thoroughly investigating the task and reflecting on how best to solve it. By the assessment and supervision of others, the participants’ personal and professional competencies are put in perspective and context. This helps to clarify their own abilities and potential learning needs.

Challenging Feedback and critical reflection are essential for the learning process at the advanced level.

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