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Work-Based Assessment
Work-based assessment

In order to develop a more effective workforce, work-based assessment was gradually introduced into Britain in the late 1980s. Since then the number of work-based assessments has mushroomed and transformed vocational assessment. The dominant assessment methodology tends to be competence-based or a skills-based derivative.

Work-based assessment is intrinsically linked to the conceptual framework of work-based learning and the need for people to develop a diverse range of skills and talents through on-the-job ...

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