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Assessor Criteria
v.6
Purpose

To demonstrate competence at assessing trainees (against the Level I Clean facilitator criteria), giving suitable feedback, and managing the assessment process.

Prerequisite

Have demonstrated a high-level of facilitation skills* in the clean processes being assessed.

The key skills required are to:
1. Provide clear instructions on the assessment activities and what is required of trainees.
2. Recognise when a trainee is demonstrating the criteria (and when they are demonstrating not meeting the criteria).
3. Know when a criterion has been demonstrated sufficiently/enough (or not).
4. Deliver respectful feedback (written and verbal) and an ongoing assessment in a supportive style that clearly specifies:
a. what has been demonstrated
b. what still needs to be demonstrated to meet the criteria.
5. Recognise when feedback has (and has not) been implemented.
6. Weigh up all the evidence and, in discussion with at least one other assessor, come to a final assessment of overall competency based on that evidence.
7. Deliver the final assessment in a way that supports the development of the trainee (and as required responds to trainee objections and concerns).

* e.g. the as-yet-unspecified Level II Clean Facilitator competency criteria.


HISTORY
v.6    02 Apr 2015 (added prerequisite for demonstration of high-level facilitation skills)
v.5    23 Jun 2013 (tidied up wording of criteria 6 & 7 and added more examples to 4, 6 & 7 )
v.4    16 Aug 2010 (amended criterion 4)
v.3    14 Aug 2010 (expanded number of criterion from 5 to 7)
v.2    29 Apr 2009 (wording tided up)
v.1    27 Apr 2009 (devised by Lawley, Sullivan, Swallow, Tompkins
)

Recognised 'Clean Facilitator Level-1' Assessors

There are now 11 'clean facilitator assessors' who have agreed to use the same competency criteria and a similar assessment process.

The original self-appointed 'Gang of Four' assessors ran the first Clean Change Company certification on 18 & 19 January 2007:
James Lawley cleanlanguage.co.uk
Wendy Sullivan cleanchange.co.uk
Phil Swallow reframe.net (UK & France)
Penny Tompkins cleanlanguage.co.uk
Four more assessors were born during an Assess the Assessor event organised by the original Gang of 4 (30 Apr & 1 May 2009):
Annemiek van Helsdingen redrobinchange.com (Netherlands)
Maaike Nooitgedagt gewoonaandeslag.nl (Netherlands)
Judy Rees xraylistening.com (UK)
Marian Way cleanlearning.co.uk (UK)
A ninth was added after an apprenticeship/shadowing process with Wendy and James (14 & 15 Aug 2010):
Margaret Meyer cleanchange.co.uk (UK)
The tenth assessor graduated after a combination of remote/shadowing process with Marion and James (February - July 2011):
Sharon Small cleanlanguagetraining.com (USA)
An eleventh joined the group after an apprenticeship/shadowing process with Wendy and James (21 & 22 June 2013):
Greta Irving gretairving.co.uk (UK)
We now have a dozen recognised assesors after an apprenticeship/shadowing process with Wendy and James (21 October 2016):
Paul Field clarityofpurpose.co.uk (UK)
Another member was welcomed to the group after demonstrating her competency as a clean assessor first to Marian and Phil, and then to Penny and James (10 September 2018):
Caitlin Walker trainingattention.co.uk (UK)
The latest person to demonstrate the high-level ability required to undertake 'Clean Facilitator' assessments provided video evidence to back up the live observations conducted by Penny and James (3 December 2020) is:
Gina Campbell miningyourmetaphors.com (USA)

And currently, part way through their apprenticeship are:
Yoriko (Deshana) Matsuda (Japan)
Daso Saito dasosaito.com (Japan)


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