Learning outcomes should be stated in objectives

When the skills needs are known, the learning outcomes must be described in detail as the learning objectives of the individual lessons and tasks.

The explicit learning outcomes are the guiding tool for the teaching programme. An example of the basic structure of the learning outcomes statement may be found in the Cedefop Handbook (Cedefop 2017: 47).

The learning outcomes should be defined in terms which are aligned with the assessment criteria.

(Cedefop, 2017 “Defining, writing and applying learning outcomes” https://www.cedefop.europa.eu/en/publications-and-resources/publications/4156)