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Why This Domain?

Designing the assessment process must consider an assortment of items: the defined competencies and skills to be assessed, learning objectives, relevant European Qualifications Frame levels, learning content, the learner’s educational level/employement, and the specific technology used in on-the-job training.

Assessment is an element in a validation process where non-formal and informal competencies are

  • identified
  • documented
  • assessed
  • acknowledged and blue-stamped in a certificate

What Should You Expect After Domain Completion?

You’ll have gained guidance on how to plan the assessment process via a checklist that takes into account the perspectives of both trainer and learner. You’ll also receive a list of questions based on the ECEVET Framework to help plan and execute learners’ assessment whilst they’re undergoing on-the-job training.

The Benefit?

You’ll have documentation to support your systematic assessment actions.

Effective assessment planning could lead to better acknowledgement of competencies and skills that would underpin the urgency needed for implementing an eHealth solution in a health & care setting. It also promotes ownership through the training process and aligns expectations amongst all parties involved.

Please Click on The Icon Above To Obtain Templates/Materials and Complete The Planning

  • This template considers the perspectives of both trainer and learner before, during, and after the training and will help you to plan the assessment at those various timepoints accordingly.
  • This guide will help you to plan and execute learners’ assessment when they participate in the on-the-job training. These questions were originally developed for mobility activities of trainers, travelling to other countries to receive training. However, as this is not the objective in this case,  all questions about home and host organisation have been deleted.
  • The ideal assessment makes use, according to literature on assessment and validation, of various methods that supplement each other. It will provide different opportunities for the person to demonstrate competencies and skills. No matter which methodologic approach and tool are involved, it is important that you plan the assessment before the learner starts the on-the-job training. The learner should be involved in the decision regarding assessment and approaches, so it becomes a natural, clear part of training.

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