Old 30th Mar 2019, 07:53
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Originally Posted by Vag277 View Post
But it does illustrate that "Competency based training" is not something dreamed up for the MPL or by CASA ----- Indeed, CASA was the last holdout to a "whole of Government" education policy.

It should not be forgotten that CBT was intended to introduce a degree of flexibility into trade training ---- once competency was achieved, it was achieved, in contrast to the centuries old apprentice and journeyman system, where the most important measure of "competency" was "time accumulated" ----- which many of you are still wedded to, in your insistence that 2000 hours (or number of your choice) equals competent, 200 hours equals incompetent.

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