The aim of this European Leonardo Da Vinci project is to improve
the quality of workplace training in industries in Europe.

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3.2 Evaluation & Assessment of the Internship Process


Identify the skills and competencies acquired by the trainee and evaluate other general aspects such as punctuality, autonomy, team work.

Other aspects to be evaluated are related to the organisation:

  • Was the selection of candidates adequate?
  • Was the information provided useful?
  • Was communication between partners effective?


It is important to evaluate the internship process because the trainee needs to know the competences and the skills acquired.

The tutor of the sending company and the supervisor need to know whether the original objectives were met.


A meeting between the tutors of both the sending and the hosting partners with the supervisor at the end of the internship allows the partners to evaluate and discuss the progress and the results of the internship and the quality of the activities carried out by the trainee.

The supervisor fills in the evaluation report/grid provided by the tutor.

The tutor of the sending partner writes a final report containing, the conclusions of the meeting with the supervisor in order to improve the organisation of further internships.