Assessment Project Name
EUC – SYD. Sonderborg Denmark
The purpose of this simple assessment tool is to train the apprentice’s self-assessment competences as well as his/her abilities to reflect and argue on personal competences
- Interest in the profession
- Interpersonal skills
- Punctuality and accuracy
- Relation to colleagues/other apprentices
- Relation to teacher/instructor
- Ability to receive and reflect on guidance
- Behavior in training situations
- Mood/satisfaction with work
- Absence – number of hours date – date
The tool can be reshaped to suit the training that the apprentice is attending whether it’s school-based or work-based, a special subject taught or the module in general.
The tool can be used during or at the end of a module depending on the purpose of the assessment.
The tool can be developed to match many different contexts – here it’s often used by teachers in relation to a project or a module to stimulate the apprentice’s self-assessment competencies. But it is also used in group evaluations, where the group has to agree on their team-performance and afterwards reflect and argue for their assessment in cooperation with a teacher/instructor.
Purpose of the assesment tool
This tool is not meant to generate a final mark/qualification, but it can serve as a tool that can help explain to the apprentice where he/she could improve performance to gain a better mark.
- Improvement potential