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Further Development and Transfer of Competence Assessment Tools

Further Development and Transfer of Competence Assessment Tools

Within the framework of the European Union’s lifelong learning programme the Competence Assessment Tools (CAT) are to be further developed. The present seven competence groups are to be extended. The system available on the internet in more languages id free for anyone to use.
The further developed Competence Assessment Tools measure the competences important both in business and educational life. They are suitable for evaluating our own competences and for getting feedback from others. The evaluation happens by feedback tests, interviews and role plays. Our self-evaluation is not always objective. The image we see ourselves does not obviously match what others see us. We get feedback on what others think of us, what deficiencies our bosses, colleagues or employees noticed in relation to us. The feedback is concrete and straightforward. It names the discovered deficiencies helping us in development.
Naturally it is always us who decide on what to do to improve but the trigger for a change might be the CAT.
In business and educational life the evaluation of colleagues and students usually happens on more levels. The assessment tools adapt to this feature and examine the personality from more viewpoints.
The employees are evaluated by a 180-degree feedback: apart from their self-evaluation their leader and colleagues evaluate them too.
In the education the teachers and classmates, co-students, do the evaluation. Teachers examine the attitude to learning from a professional approach while students may involve other aspects.
The results are graphically shown in a cobweb chart so we can immediately see the competences suggested for development.

The measurable competence-groups:

  • Teamwork
  • Project and Team Management
  • Innovation – Creativity – Taking Risks
  • Customer Orientation
  • Managing of Learning Competences
  • Basic Communication
  • Intercultural Competence
  • Problem-Solving
  • Conflict-Handling
  • Time Management – Organisation
  • Interpersonal Efficiency
  • Leadership
  • Self-Managed Learning
  • Autonomy and Responsibility
  • Entrepreneurship

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