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Ahadpour Samarin A, Mahdipour Y, Momeni Mahmouei H. A Competency-Based Training Model for Red Crescent Society Rescuers and Relief Workers in Tehran, Iran. jorar. 2021; 13 (4) :280-289
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Associate Professor, Torbat Heydariyeh University of Medical Sciences, School of Paramedical Sciences, Torbat Heydariyeh, Iran
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INTRODUCTION: This study aimed to provide a competency-based training model for the Red Crescent Society rescuers and relief workers.
METHODS: The present study was applied in terms of purpose and the required data were collected through mixed methods (quantitative and qualitative).  In the qualitative section, the statistical population consisted of academic and organizational experts as well as experts in the field of education who were selected by purposeful sampling. Theoretical saturation was reached after interviews with 20 subjects. In the quantitative section, the statistical population consisted of all the rescuers and relief workers of the Red Crescent Society in Tehran province (335 people), Iran. The subjects were selected by stratified random sampling and surveyed using a researcher-made questionnaire that was scored based on a 5-point scale.
FINDINGS: In this section, quantitative data analysis was performed in SPSS and SmartPLS3 software in two areas of analysis (descriptive and inferential) and interpretation of results.
CONCLUSION: The results led to the identification of 25 components, 81 indicators, and 8 main dimensions of competency-based education. These dimensions include the educational environment (0.735), learners (0.623), execution of the educational program (0.615); competency needs assessment (0.563), educational design and planning (0.504), development of competency criteria (0.420), educational evaluation (0.397), and review and update of the educational process and program (0.341), in the order of priority.
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