Training systems

Requirements for Training / V13 2023-05-02

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.

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

1) Practise in unfamiliar work situations and environments without supervision or instruction. 2) Alternative challenges inside the scope or topic that engage multiple participants at different levels of experience playing different roles in the actual exercise. 3) New challenges that include experimental, trial and error exercises. These challenges should be conducted in an environment with as high a fidelity to a realistic work environment as possible. 4) Feedback at the advanced level should include questions aiming at establishing the participant’s ability to reflect on the process as well as on the outcome of completed exercises and training activities. For example, what was successful and how could performance be improved? 5) Feedback provided on the solutions and performance at the end of all learning activities.

Evaluation methods in coherence with learning objectives and activities

1) Assessing the participants ability to perform a realistic task involving realistic action and decision making. 2) Observation of a participant’s commitment and behaviour in action is necessary to assess the level of initiative, responsibility, professionalism as well as communications skills. The observation must be supported by dialogue that invites participants to share arguments or reflections. 3) To complement the observation and assessment, interviewing the participants on their impression of a fellow participant’s performance may add depth to an assessment of their leadership ability.

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