Effective Proficiency Testing of Employees

September 2012
Professional Safety;Sep2012, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p30
Academic Journal
The article presents advice on developing employee proficiency testing methods for safety training, with particular focus on setting learning objectives (LOs) for use in evaluation. Topics include training needs assessment (TNA) for each objective, the measurable, observable and demonstrable results required in the attainment of a LO, and the consideration of employee base-level knowledge of the subject material when creating LOs.


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