As a key element of Better Buying Power, AWQI aims to ensure that everyone who touches acquisition has the skills required to ensure successful acquisition outcomes. Experiential continuous learning points (CLP) can be earned by demonstrated acquisition experience gained through on-the-job assignments. Points are earned when achievement of acquisition workforce qualification demonstrated experiences are accomplished in support of mission assignments. Task(s) must be validated by an independent subject matter expert (SME) attesting to the fact that the workforce member has met the AWQI demonstrated experience. Like other options within the experience category, supervisors and employees must use discretion in arriving at a reasonable point value for the area of proficiency. Most often the area of proficiency being validated should be valued at one point for every associated task. More complex tasks may warrant more points not to exceed three.
Refer to the DAU Continuous Learning Center for the
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AWQI Demonstrated Experiences (products and tasks) have been created for each DAWIA career field/functional area. Employees and supervisors will be able to identify the applicable demonstrated experiences that are needed for mission execution and can then assess an individual's demonstrated experience against mission requirements. This allows for identification of experience gaps and the targeting of employee on-the-job development opportunities.
What is Demonstrated Experience?
What is a rubric?
Assessing Demonstrated Experience
1Undeveloped and/or No Experience
2Emerging and/or Limited Experience
Attempts to complete the task, but demonstrates a major weakness in organization
Provides little or no accurate response to the activity
Attempts to address the task
Provides a poorly organized response to the activity
Addresses most aspects of the task or addresses all aspects in a limited way
Provides a satisfactory response to the activity
Demonstrates a generally organized response to the activity
Addresses all aspects of the task
Provides a well-developed response to the activity, but may not support all aspects of the task evenly
Demonstrates a logical and clearly organized response to the activity
Provides a well-developed response to the activity
Consistently demonstrates a logical and clearly organized response to the activity