Design experience

This category includes a set of competences associated with the experiences of designing information, contents and activities.

Production experience

This category includes a set of competences associated with production experiences, that is, all those activities oriented to the implementation and development of technical, effective and technological activities.


Life-wide attitudes

This category groups a set of competences related to the attitudes that the person shows in the development of an activity. What is your attitude working individually, as shown within a group and the values that guide your personal and professional activity.

Life-wide behaviours

This category includes competences associated with the behaviors that a person manifests in an environment. The behaviors are analyzed around the social context, the communication and the commitments that the individual acquires in the execution of a task.


Interest and curiosity

This category brings together a set of competences aligned to the learning acquired through the interest and curiosity of the person. The analysis is based on the openness and flexibility that the person shows to deepen and expand their knowledge on a certain topic.

Interest and application

This category includes a set of competences associated with learning based on the interest and application of knowledge for the achievement of an activity. The aim is to value individual performance and understanding for the construction of new thoughts and ideas.

How to evaluate the learning with the cards?


Identify a project, training course, work-related activity, or volunteering role that you have experienced. Using an A3 sheet of paper, write a short description of that activity and give it a name. Turn the paper over to start to use the cards.


Discuss with your supervisor, associate, or team, which of the descriptions on the cards has most relevance to you. Limit your selection to 6 cards (any colours) that best describe your strengths, plus a further 6 that may be appropriate. 


Divide the A3 sheet into 6 equal parts. Sort the card bundles onto the paper by grouping them in piles according to their colour. This should give you six differently coloured piles with 18 cards in each. 


Using only these cards, think about and consider the detail of your learning activity or experience. Explain your thinking and offer, and listen, to the advice of others as you talk through each of the capabilities. 


Spend some time browsing through each set of cards; feel free to discuss their content. As you move through the cards, consider which descriptions best relate to the experience you initially described.


Finally, capture your selection of cards, perhaps by taking a photograph or copy. Try writing about your personal strengths and characteristics with reference to the descriptions on the cards.

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