- Situation – provide some brief details about the situation you were in when you used your competencies so that the reader can understand the context of the example.
- Task – outline what your objective or purpose was during that situation, again, to put your answer into context.
- Action – describe what you did in that situation and how you approached it.
- Result – state the outcome, for example: Were the objectives met? What did you learn/gain from being in that situation?
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