Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education

Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education

Author: Sarah Cordiner

When most educators or regulators assess the effectiveness of training and education programs, they tend to focus on the just skills and knowledge outcomes.  

However, there is a more powerful, life-impacting criteria that most education providers (from sole-trading Trainers to international higher education institutions) are completely missing out of the assessment of their educational effectiveness.

Truly successful training programs produce more than competent students; they build efficacious people.  That is people who have strong faith in their capability to repeatedly produce desired results in that subject area.  

This means more than making a student good at something, it means giving them unwavering confidence in autonomously executing the competencies the training has provided.

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