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10. Learner Evaluation

  • Issued: December 9, 2014
  • Content last reviewed: December 2014

The training program must include a plan for learner evaluation which meets the requirements below. There must be a variety of evaluation methods available to the instructor and/or evaluator, which are appropriate to the learning outcomes.

10.1 Written Tests and Alternative Evaluation Methods

  1. There must be a written test either at the end of each module or at the end of the whole training program. The purpose of the written test is to verify that the key concepts have been understood by learner. The learner must obtain a minimum of 75% in order to successfully complete the training program. After a learner has successfully completed the test, the evaluator must review incorrect answers with the learner in order for him or her to successfully complete the training program.
  2. For learners with language, literacy or accommodation needs, alternative evaluation methods to written tests may be employed to verify that key concepts have been understood by the learner. These alternative evaluation methods must be clearly outlined in the evaluation plan and the corresponding results must be documented by the evaluator.

10.2 Evaluation of Demonstration Learning Outcomes

  1. Learning outcomes requiring demonstration (sections 9.2.2(h), 9.2.2(i), 9.2.2(l)) must be performed satisfactorily in order to successfully complete the Working at Heights Practical module.
  2. For learners with language, literacy or accommodation needs, alternative evaluation methods may be employed to verify satisfactory demonstration of learning outcome by the learner. These evaluation methods must be clearly outlined in the evaluation plan and the corresponding results must be documented by the evaluator.

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