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9. Learner Evaluation

The approved training program must include a plan for the evaluation of learning that includes ongoing and final evaluation. Evaluation must demonstrate that the learner has met the learning outcomes in this Standard, and in addition, must meet the criteria in the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) Certification Training Provider Standard.

Approved training providers, instructors, and evaluators are responsible for evaluation of learners and determination of successful training program completion. Approved training providers must provide opportunities such as coaching or support to assist any unsuccessful participant to meet the training program outcomes.

There must be a variety of evaluation methods available to the instructor and/or evaluator which are appropriate to the learning outcomes. The evaluation plan must support ongoing evaluation.

9.1 Part One Evaluation

A standardized evaluation, in a form acceptable to the Ministry of Labour, must be completed by learners at the end of the Part One training. The learner must achieve a minimum of 75 per cent to pass the Part One training program.

At least one hour must be allotted in all programs for the administration of the final evaluation.

The approved training provider is responsible for marking the final evaluation.

The program must also ensure that learners have the opportunity to receive feedback on their evaluation results.

9.2 Part Two Evaluation

The approved training provider is responsible for developing and conducting the final learner evaluation. An activity, such as a case study (to evaluate the learner’s ability to complete a hazard management tool, draft a recommendation for the employer and create an action plan) must be included.

9.3 Refresher Evaluation

The approved training provider is responsible for developing and conducting the final learner evaluation.

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