COMPETENCY BASED EDUCATION AND TRAINING

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Competency Based Education And Training

Author : John Burke
ISBN : 9781135387884
Genre : Education
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First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Education

Competency Based Education And Training

Author : Roger McL. Harris
ISBN : 0732927811
Genre : Education
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Paperback edition of a text which discusses the history of competency-based education and training in Australia and internationally. Analyses the major issues relating to competency and provides step-by-step applications of competency-based education and training. Includes an index and bibliography. Barry Hobart is a professor and Roger Harris an associate professor in adult education and human resource development at the University of South Australia. Hugh Guthrie is a senior research fellow and David Lundberg is the research manager at the National Centre for Vocational Education Research.
Category: Education

Competency Based Education For Professional Psychology

Author : Mary Beth Kenkel
ISBN : NWU:35558005756388
Genre : Psychology
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Competency-Based Education for Professional Psychology presents the most up-to-date, research-based model for education in professional psychology. The volume is divided into four parts. Part I presents an overview of the training model and discusses the theories and research that form the basis of the model. Part II describes the seven core competencies needed by professional psychologists: relationship, assessment, intervention, research and evaluation, consultation and education, management and supervision, and diversity. Chapters in this section discuss the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that characterize each competency and provide examples of proven curricula and teaching methods. Part III addresses the characteristics and key roles of faculty and administrators, and Part IV describes future challenges in professional psychology education. By providing methods for implementing the model in different educational and training settings, this book will serve as a key resource for everyone involved in the education, training, and regulation of professional psychologists.
Category: Psychology

Competency Based Education In Aviation

Author : Assoc Prof Tim Mavin
ISBN : 9781472438584
Genre : Transportation
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Whether a trainee is studying air traffic control, piloting, maintenance engineering, or cabin crew, they must complete a set number of training ‘hours’ before being licensed or certified. The aviation industry is moving away from an hours-based to a competency-based training system. Within this approach, training is complete when a learner can demonstrate competent performance. Training based on competency is an increasingly popular approach in aviation. It allows for an alternate means of compliance with international regulations - which can result in shorter and more efficient training programs. However there are also challenges with a competency-based approach. The definition of competency-based education can be confusing, training can be reductionist and artificially simplistic, professional interpretation of written competencies can vary between individuals, and this approach can have a high administrative and regulatory burden. Competency-Based Education in Aviation: Exploring Alternate Training Pathways explores this approach to training in great detail, considering the four aviation professional groups of air traffic control, pilots, maintenance engineers, and cabin crew. Aviation training experts were interviewed and have contributed professional insights along with personal stories and anecdotes associated with competency-based approaches in their fields. Research-based and practical strategies for the effective creation, delivery, and assessment of competency-based education are described in detail.
Category: Transportation

Competence Based Education And Training Cbet And The End Of Human Learning

Author : John Preston
ISBN : 9783319551104
Genre : Education
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This book radically counters the optimism sparked by Competence Based Education and Training, an educational philosophy that has re-emerged in Schooling, Vocational and Higher Education in the last decade. CBET supposedly offers a new type of learning that will lead to skilled employment; here, Preston instead presents the competency movement as one which makes the concept of human learning redundant. Starting with its origins in Taylorism, the slaughterhouse and radical behaviourism, the book charts the history of competency education to its position as a global phenomenon today, arguing that competency is opposed to ideas of process, causality and analog human movement that are fundamental to human learning.
Category: Education