Article X: Evaluation of Participation

  • Courses which teach new skills, or which may result in the application of scientific knowledge in the treatment setting must measure the participant’s an achievement of objective(s) by the course/workshop provider(s).
  • Upon the conclusion of course(s), each counselor must be evaluated according to the stated behavioral objectives. Examples of evaluation tools are:
    • Examination, written or oral.
    • Return demonstration of skills mastered.
    • Solving of a hypothetical situation.
    • Essay(s).
  • The type of evaluation used will vary according to the instructor, content of the program, number of participants and method of presentation. The evaluation should test the participant’s achievement behavioral objectives, and should not include irrelevant test items.


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