Assessing Trainee Performance

Subject: Assessing Trainee Performance
From: "Raj Machhan" <raj -dot- machhan -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2007 04:15:06 +0530

> Hi all
> Apart from Technical writing I also take up QA assignments for my
> present organization to keep me occupied during my spare time. My
> association with QA has benefitted me tremedously in creating top quality
> technical documentation. But then that is another story.
> For the last 20 days, I have been training a fresher for software
> testing. We
> have covered the basics of Quality Assurance and the trainee is
> comfortable with the theoritical aspects. Presently, I have put her
> onto creating Test Cases for a simple application and I think it is time
> I evaluated her performance. I am compiling a list of
> key performance indicators such as subject knowledge, ability to
> innovate, and ability to grasp new concepts.
> Besides the QA specific aspects, what other parameters do you think are
> critical
> for assesing trainee performance?
> Best regards


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