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ETS Cards -Deconstructed Competence Model

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This tool has been developed for a session on ETS Competence Model. This tool was created so Trainers could develop creative and playful methods for a practical development tool on
* Individual level,
* Trainer team level
* Trainerpool level.

Aims of the tool

To create practical tools for trainers to use of the ETS Competence Model and to make trainers think about how they themselves can use the ETS Competence model as a development tool.

Description of the tool

These cards are a deconstruction of the ETS Competence Model:
* Competences
* Criteria

The printed papers should be cut into separate cards. These cards can be used in many ways to focus on more specific part of the Competence Model. Some tools that have been developed during our meeting, will also be published in this toolbox. These cards can be used to create new tools for trainers and faciltators.


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Tool overview

This tool is for

Trainers & facilitators

and addresses

Personal Development

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking

Materials needed:

printed cards (download)


Depends on the user, from 30 minutes to many months.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Gabi Steinprinz & Dagna Gmitrowicz

in the context of

International Trainer Pool Meeting

The tool has been experimented in

International Trainerpool meeting- Warsawa Poland, October 2015

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Gabi Steinprinz (on 21 October 2015)

and last modified

13 October 2015

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