Training that focuses exclusively on teaching the skills, facts, and attitudes that are related to specific jobs. The content of such training is ideally pre-determined by the trainees themselves.
(or CBT) training which develops the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to achieve competency standards.
Training based on participants' ability to demonstrate mastery of clinical skills performed under certain conditions to specific standards.
An educational process that focuses on specific core competencies that have been clearly defined.
is training geared to the attainment and demonstration of skills to meet industry-specified standards rather than to an individual's achievement relative to that of others in a group.
Requires the identification of skills involved in an occupation and the specific mix of skills, knowledge and attitudes required for recognition in a specific occupation; mechanisms to achieve those skills; and methods of assessment and certification on attainment of those skills.
Refers to training concerned with the attainment and demonstration of specified skills, knowledge and their application to meet industry standards rather than with an individual's achievement relative to that of others in a group. It is 'criterion-referenced' (National Training Board, 1992).
A system of training based on specific performance criteria where progress in learning is measured in terms of demonstrated skills, knowledge and attitudes, and where an individual is allowed to progress at a rate determined by his or her own capabilities.
(CBT) Training based on the requirements needed to operate effectively in industry and achieve competency standards. Competency-based training focuses on the skills and knowledge individuals have rather than on how they attained the skills and knowledge.
An approach to police training that emphasizes the acquisition of specific measurable skills and knowledge that can be transferred to the operational level.