Purpose: so that robust evidence can sustain, inform, influence and change policy and practice.
Context: Competent CLD practitioners require to build evidence-based practice based on an appreciation of the value of research and evaluation. They need a knowledge of the methods and techniques commonly used and an understanding of the current issues and challenges in evaluation, quality assurance and performance measurement in CLD.
As a competent practitioner with an ability to evaluate and inform practice you will be able to demonstrate that you can:
These competences and indicators should be read in conjunction with the definition of a competent CLD worker.