The focus of the assessment for this unit is on target-setting skills. However, it is expected that the underpinning teaching and learning will help develop learners’ understanding of
• the characteristics of effective targets and their role in supporting increased effectiveness
• the role of self-evaluation and from others within the target-setting cycle.
To help learners use targets to support improved performance in work-related activity.
Unit Learning Outcomes
Be able to set personal targets relating to work.
Identify challenging, achievable targets which support own development and will lead to increased effectiveness at work.
Develop and refine targets through discussion with relevant others.
Be able to review progress in meeting own targets.
Use own self-assessment and feedback from others to determine the progress they have made from their starting point, citing specific evidence to support their judgements.
Explain the factors that have positively and/or negatively impacted their progress, as relevant.
Explain what they need to do to continue to make progress, including ways to address any possible barriers.