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A validation framework for work-based observational assessment in vocational qualification (WBOA)

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A validation framework for work-based observational assessment in vocational qualification (WBOA)

A validation framework for work-based  observational assessment in vocational qualification (WBOA)

WBOA can be defined as a real life task
centred performance assessment method, where an assessor observes a candidate performing practical tasks and other activities in the workplace, and/or inspects the artefacts
produced in order to make a dichotomous
judgement (achieved/not yet achieved)
against assessment criteria about aspects of a
candidateÕs competence.
The framework provides suggestions for possible evidence collection
methods to be used in validation of WBOA

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2018-09-18T11:58:36+00:00

Details

Type of Tool:

Dialogue or conversational methods , Declarative methods, Observations , Simulations , Evidence extracted from work or other practice

Phases of Validations:

Identification, Documentation, Assessment

Areas of Interests:

Assessment - Basic skills (Literacy and Numeracy), Digital Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Evaluation, Health and Safety, Informal learning, Key Competences, Labour Market, Language skills, Lifelong learning, Managerial skills, Networking, Non-formal learning, Practical skills, Problem solving, Recognition, Self Assessment, Teamwork competence, Time Management, Transfer of competences, Transversal Skills, Validation

VINA Target Group:

Validation institutions - Public, Validation institutions - Private, Planning validation / adults, Planning validation / institutions, Trainers / teachers supporting informal - non-formal learning

Definition of Tools:

B - Unofficial validation, C - Official Validation

Date of last time it was checked to be online:

2/16/2018

Tool Available in:

English

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