The LEVEL5 system builds on a simplified Plan-Do-Check step procedure:
The starting point of the planning is the so called “action field” in which the learner is located.
It describes context, actions, resources and objectives of his/her activities.
The conversion of this action field into a learning field is facilitated by the LEVEL5 reference systems which derive the competences that are necessary to tackle the actions and solve
the tasks in the field.
The delivery of learning is highly dependent on the context. It can range from a rather informal, self guided learning (e.g. in learning on the job or in mobility settings) to more formal arrangements (e.g. in school projects or more guided continuing professional development (CPD) actions).
LEVEL5 largely supports blended, web-aided learning arrangements. The REVEAL community offers state-of-the-art learning technologies and an open learning space for these purposes.
The check-element refers to the validation within LEVEL5. Dependent on the identified action and learning field it covers the identification, documentation, assessment and certification of competences. It is largely based on the LEVEL5 reference systems that facilitate individual and contextualised validation. The learning outcomes are documented in LEVEL5 certificates including the dynamic LEVEL5 cube.