Competency assessments for nuclear industry personnel. (CD-ROM included).9201101058
Competency COMPETENCY, evidence. The legal fitness or ability of a witness to be heard on the trial of a cause. This term is also applied to written or other evidence which may be legally given on such trial, as, depositions, letters, account-books, and the like.
2. assessments for nuclear industry personnel. (CD-ROM CD-ROM: see compact disc.
in full compact disc read-only memory
Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser). included)
IAEA IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency.
Whether for purposes of employee selection, trainee evaluation, qualification, re-qualification or authorization, the nuclear industry relies upon competency assessment tools to keep plants running and safe. This gives developers, trainers and administrators tools to assess the knowledge, skills and attitudes of those who have undergone training. It describes the purposes of testing training, including employee selection and job placement, promotion, motivation, program evaluation Program evaluation is a formalized approach to studying and assessing projects, policies and program and determining if they 'work'. Program evaluation is used in government and the private sector and it's taught in numerous universities. and feedback on training, the bases for examinations, including selection and overview of assessment methods, development of written examinations, including content issues, trainee access to materials and scoring rubrics, oral examinations, including development of a testing process (such as boards), practical performance assessments, computer-aided exams, examination methods to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of training, reliability and validity of exams, and test item analysis. Appendices ap·pen·di·ces
A plural of appendix. give a range of templates, tools and standards.
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