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Skip to 0 minutes and 2 secondsSo what is the purpose of giving feedback to your trainees or students? To make good use of feedback, trainees must first know the expected goals and standards to be achieved. Feedback is information about how the trainees' current performance relates to these goals and standards.

Skip to 0 minutes and 23 secondsUsing a combination of external feedback, self-assessment, and self-regulation, an individual can take steps to narrow the gap between current and expected performance until the appropriate standard is reached.

Purpose of feedback

Please watch this video, which describes how learners can use feedback to improve their performance.

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