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COMPETENCY BASED LEARNING MATERIAL

Sector Qualification Title Unit of Competency Module Title

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TVET TRAINING METHODOLOGY I

: Supervise Work-Based Learning : Supervising Work-Based Learning

Technical Education & Skills Development Authority NATIONAL TVET TRAINERS ACADEMY Marikina City

LIST OF COMPETENCIES

No. 1 2 3. 4. 5. 6.

Unit of Competency Plan Training Session Facilitate Session

Module Title Planning Training Session

Code

Learning Facilitating Learning Session Work-Based Institutional

Supervise Work- Supervising Based Learning Learning Conduct Institutional Conducting Assessment Assessment Maintain Facilities Facilitate (Distance Mode)

Training Maintaining Training Facilities e-learning Facilitating e-learning Education (Distance Education Mode)

NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM

Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning

Date Developed: July 2010 Developed by:

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Issued by: Revision # 00

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HOW TO USE THIS COMPETENCY BASED LEARNING MATERIAL
Welcome to the module in Supervising Work-Based Learning. This module contains training materials and activities for you to complete. The unit of competency "Supervising Work-Based Learning" contains knowledge, skills and attitudes required for TRAINING METHODOLOGY (TM) 1. You are required to go through a series of learning activities in order to complete each learning outcome of the module. In each learning outcome are Information Sheets, Self-Checks, Operation Sheets and Job Sheets. Follow these activities on your own. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask your facilitator for assistance. The goal of this course is the development of practical skills. To gain these skills, you must learn basic concepts and terminologies. For the most part, you'll get this information from the Information Sheets and TESDA Website, www.tesda.gov.ph This module is prepared to help you achieve the required competency, in "Supervising Work-Based Learning". This will be the source of information for you to acquire knowledge and skills in this particular competency independently and at your own pace, with minimum supervision or help from your instructor. Remember to:       Work through all the information and complete the activities in each section. Read information sheets and complete the self-check. Suggested references are included to supplement the materials provided in this module. Most probably your trainer will also be your supervisor or manager. He/she is there to support you and show you the correct way to do things. You will be given plenty of opportunity to ask questions and practice on the job. Make sure you practice your new skills during regular work shifts. This way you will improve both your speed and memory and also your confidence. Use the Self-checks, Operation Sheets or Job Sheets at the end of each section to test your own progress. When you feel confident that you have had sufficient practice, ask your Trainer to evaluate you. The results of your assessment will be recorded in your Progress Chart and Accomplishment Chart.

You need to complete this module before you can perform the next module.

NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM

Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning

Date Developed: July 2010 Developed by:

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Issued by: Revision # 00

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Establish training requirements for trainees.MODULE CONTENT UNIT OF COMPETENCY MODULE TITLE MODULE DESCRIPTOR: This module covers the knowledge. 2. and 3. Review and evaluate work-based learning effectiveness. Supervise Work-Based Training Supervising Work-Based Training NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Developed by: Document No. Issued by: Revision # 00 Page i of iv . monitoring work-based training and evaluating the effectiveness of work-based training against its objectives. You will also learn the importance of a Training Regulation in the implementation of the Competency-Based TVET Quality Framework (PTQF). It includes identifying trainees’ requirements. skills and attitude in Supervising Work-Based Materials. Monitor work-based training. NOMINAL DURATION: LEARNING OUTCOMES: At the end of this module you MUST be able to: 1. preparing training plan.

Training Regulations 3. discussed and agreed with relevant personnel 5. d. Training plan is prepared in accordance with agreed outcomes 4. Training Plan Assessment Criteria: 1. Trainee’s Training Requirement 5. Issued by: NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 1 of 98 Revision # 00 . b. Relevant policies and guidelines are accessed and interpreted to guide the development of work-based arrangements 2. Support mechanisms are identified and arranged according to the needs of the trainees 6. f. Equipment Computer 3. Workplace location 2. Learning Packages Bond Papers Ball Pens Whiteboard Marker Manuals Competency Standard Training Regulations Date Developed: Document No. Availability of materials is confirmed with relevant personnel within the budget requirements 7.LEARNING OUTCOME NO. Competency Based Curriculum 4. g. 1: ESTABLISH TRAINING REQUIREMENT Contents: 1. Work-Based Training 2. Training schedule is developed. Training Materials a. e. The objectives for undertaking work-based training and the processes involved are explained to the trainees. Goals for learning for the trainees are identified and discussed with relevant personnel 3. c. Conditions: The student/trainee must be provided with the following: 1.

Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 2 of 98 Revision # 00 . Written examination 2. Demonstration with oral questioning 3. Portfolio NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.Assessment Method: 1.

If not.1-4 Trainees Training Requirement If you feel that you can already determine the current competencies of the trainees and identify their training requirements.1-1 you may now proceed to Information Sheet 4. If you are already familiar with the Training Regulations please Read Information Sheet 4. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 3 of 98 Revision # 00 .1-3 Read Information Sheet 4.1-1 If you score 100% upon comparing your answer to Answer Key of Self Check 4. you can now answer Self Check 4. It can be found in the Learning Resource Area.1-3 Please refer to the Competency-Based (CBC) Development Competency-Based Curriculum Curriculum Procedures Manual.1-4 NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.1-1 Work-Based Training Answer Self Check 4. If you are already familiar with the Competency Based Curriculum please proceed to Read Information Sheet 4.1-1 Special Instruction If you feel you can explain work-based training and enumerate its objectives. please proceed to Job Sheet 4.1-3 Read Information Sheet 4.1-2. return to Information Sheet 4.1-1 Please refer to the Procedures Manual on Training Regulations Development Procedures. It can be found in the Learning Resource Area.LEARNING EXPERIENCES LEARNING OUTCOME (LO) 1 ESTABLISH LEARNING REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAINEES Learning Activities Read Information Sheet 4.1-2 Training Regulations Read Information Sheet 4.

1-4 Special Instruction Prepare/ Fill up the forms a) Self Assessment Checklist Form 4.1.1-5. If your output meets the required performance criteria.1-4.1-4.1. if not read again Information Sheet 4.2.1-5. you can now proceed to LO 2. b) Determining and Validating Trainees Current Competencies Form 4.3 and d) Trainees Training Requirement Form 4.11.Learning Activities Do Job Sheet 4.1-5 Training Plan Do Job Sheet 4. Read Information Sheet 4.1-5 NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. If your output meets the required performance criteria. you can now proceed to Read Information Sheet LO4. Let your facilitator check and give you feedback. you may do the Job Sheet LO4.4. If you feel that you can already prepare the Training Plan.1-5 if not read again Information Sheet 4. Comparing and Cross Matching of Competencies Form 4. Let your facilitator check and give you feedback.1-4.1-5 Prepare the Training Plan using Form 4.1-4. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 4 of 98 Revision # 00 .

NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. not participating as a productive worker.INFORMATION SHEET 4. They are school-supervised and may be paid or unpaid.1-1 “WORK-BASED TRAINING” Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET. Types of Work-Based Training Job Shadowing It is a school-supervised career exploration activity wherein trainees visit worksites and “shadow” employees as they perform their jobs. Internship Internships help trainees move from school to the workplace by offering “hands-on” learning. through experience. Training shall be done in coordination with Industry/Training Provider thru a Memorandum of Agreement / Training Agreement by ILDO. in real work settings. Entrepreneurial Actvities like production of pastries. enumerate its objectives. how each part of a company aids another in meeting the goals and objectives of a business or industry. and to aid them in understanding. Training cum Production. explain Work-Based Training. YOU MUST be able to: 1. The internship is designed to give trainees a better sense of the jobs within a particular business or industry. The paid or unpaid work experience must be monitored by a qualified trainer/training coordinator. and 2. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 5 of 98 Revision # 00 . Work Based Training Work-Based Training is a training delivery mode by which trainees are exposed in the workplace. It involves a Training Plan agreed and approved by both parties.g. IGP. over a relatively long period of time. Workplace refers to industry and school-based activities e. The job shadow provides the trainees a meaningful introduction to the world of work and provides a context for understanding the relationship and interaction between the competencies taught in the training institution and the workplace. Job shadows emphasize observing the workplace. A Training Plan shall be provided as a guide in the conduct of training in the workplace. to provide trainees with information about all aspects of the business.

for a period not exceeding three months. it aims to provide a mechanism that will ensure availability of qualified skilled workers based on industry requirements. Only companies with approved and registered apprenticeship programs under TESDA can be hire apprentices. business operations. To help the trainees make the transition from school to work and career.Apprenticeship Program It is a training and employment program involving a contract between an apprentice and an employer on an approved apprenticeable occupation. Only companies with TESDA approved and registered learnership programs can hire learners. The period of apprenticeship covers a minimum of four months and a maximum of six months. time management. To project a positive image for trainees through involvement in business and industry Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. To teach the environment of work. To increase the trainees’ awareness and appreciation of the relevance of basic. Learnership Program It is a practical training on-the-job for approved learnable occupations. Issued by:   NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 6 of 98 Revision # 00 . common and core competencies as they apply to their qualification/ occupational choice. School-Based Enterprise School-based enterprises (SBEs) typically involve trainees in the management of a business that produces or sells goods and services as part of a school program. Dual Training System It is an instructional mode of delivery for technology-based education and training in which learning takes place alternately in two venues: the school or training center and the company. The SBE is typically located at a school and is a popular work-based strategy for school districts without access to many local employers. and working in teams. Objectives of Work-Based Training The objectives of the Work-Based Training are as follows:     To expand and enhance the trainees’ learning through planned career experiences in an actual work setting. To provide the trainees with opportunities for potential career placement in their occupational choice. Generally. SBE activities help trainees increase their skills in problem solving.

Definition of Terms: Career Experience is a planned and progressive educational program by combining academic studies with on-the-job experience. It helps the trainees gain the experience needed to obtain the job of their choice.treas. Placement .The finding of suitable accommodation or employment for applicants.html) Career .fms.gov/hrd/students/scep. (http://www. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 7 of 98 Revision # 00 .The general course or progression of one's working life or one's professional achievements. NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.

e. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 8 of 98 Revision # 00 . for a period not exceeding three months. 2. b.1-1 I. 1. It covers a period of not less than four months and not more than six months within the company. What are the objectives of Work-Based Training? a. II. _______________ is a training delivery mode for technology-based education and training. 4. 5. Enumeration Instruction: Give what is asked for in the following statements. in which learning takes place alternately in two venues: the school or the training center and the company.SELF CHECK 4. d. 1. _______________ is a practical training on-the-job for an approved occupation. FILL IN THE BLANKS Instruction: Fill in the blanks with the correct answers. c. f. 3. _______________ is general term for a type training delivery mode by which trainees are exposed in a work-place. _______________ is a school supervised career exploration activity wherein trainees visit worksites and imitate employees as they perform their jobs. _______________ is a training and placement programs involving a contract between a trainee and an employer on the approved occupation. ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. It emphasizes on observing the workplace. not participating as a productive worker.

To help the trainees make the transition from school to work and career. To project a positive image for trainees through involvement in business and industry. To teach the environment of work.1-1 I. Dual Training System 3.   NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.ANSWER KEY TO SELF-CHECK 4. Enumeration      The objectives of the Work-Based Training are the following: To expand and enhance the trainees’ learning through planned career experiences in an actual work setting. To increase the trainees’ awareness and appreciation of the relevance of basic and common competencies as they apply to their qualification/occupational choice. Work-Based Training 5. Apprenticeship Program 4. Learnership Program 2. To provide the trainees with opportunities for potential career placement in their occupational choice. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 9 of 98 Revision # 00 . Fill in the Blanks 1. Job shadowing II.

Refer to the Procedures Manual on Training Regulations Development Procedures which can be found at the Learning Resource Center. NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.INFORMATION SHEET 4. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 10 of 98 Revision # 00 . YOU MUST be able to explain the parts of a Training Regulation and its importance in the implementation of the Philippine TVET Quality Framework (PTQF) using visual aids.1-2 “TRAINING REGULATIONS” Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET.

NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.1-3 “COMPETENCY-BASED CURRICULUM” Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET.INFORMATION SHEET 4. YOU MUST be able to explain the parts of CBC and its importance in the development of Session Plan and Learning Materials. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 11 of 98 Revision # 00 . Refer to the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) Development Procedures Manual which can be found at the Learning Resource Center.

determine the current competencies of the trainees/group of trainees 2. YOU MUST be able to: 1.INFORMATION SHEET 4. subject them to an oral interview or simple written test if needed. use a simple language that the learner may easily understand like using a local dialect. Checking with the trainee When you meet the trainees. If the learner is having a hard time to write or understand in English language. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 12 of 98 Revision # 00 . The trainer can determine trainees’ current competency by: 1. in order to determine the training gaps. 2. it is very important to determine first their current competencies. Research Analyze any pre session information available like enrollment or pre application form and other related documents such as:     reports on previous competency assessment undertaken resume or curriculum vitae enterprise training and assessment records performance report from supervisor The Trainer could also use self assessment checklist to determine the current competencies of the trainees: Self-Assessment Checklist How to prepare the check list? NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.1-4 “TRAINEES’ TRAINING REQUIREMENT” Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET. identify trainees’ training requirement Determine trainees’ current competency To be able to determine the trainees’ training requirement.

Let the trainees answer by checking the appropriate box. the trainer should: 1.. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 13 of 98 Revision # 00 . Learning outcomes for each should also be included 3. BASIC COMPETENCIES 1. (Unit of competencies) 1.Using the form below. List down all the competencies found in the Training Regulations of a particular qualification 2. Common and Core) should be listed in the Trainees Self-Assessment Checklist 2.. (YES if he/she can perform the task and NO if he/she cannot perform the task) CAN I?.1 (Learning Outcome) COMMON COMPETENCIES YES NO CORE COMPETENCIES Notes: 1. The trainee must be guided by the trainer while answering the form NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. All competencies (Basic. Let the trainee answer the Self Assessment Checklist 4.

3. Perform Construction Works 3.1 ……. and select materials. CAN I?. Please check appropriate box of your answer to each of the question below. Prepare pipes for installation 1. BASIC COMPETENCIES YES NO COMMON COMPETENCIES CORE COMPETENCIES 1..SAMPLE: INSTRUCTION: This Self-Check Instrument will give your trainer data that are essential in designing a Training Plan for you..I.1 Identify equipment 1.2 …….2 Cut pipes 1.2 Perform threaded pipe joints and connection 2.. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 14 of 98 Revision # 00 . Pipes 2. tools and / / / / / / / / / / / NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Make piping joints and connections 2..3 Thread G.3 Caulk joints 3.1 Fit-up joint and fittings for PVC pipe 2.

Determining the current competency against Competency standards Identify Current Competencies acquired related to Job/Occupation and Indicate Proof of Evidence Current competencies Proof of Evidence Notes: 1. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 15 of 98 Revision # 00 . Identify and review proof of evidence documents indicated to support the claim of competency SAMPLE: (for Trainees in Plumber NC II) Identify Current Competencies acquired related to Job/Occupation and Indicate Proof of Evidence Current competencies Prepare pipes for installation Make piping connections joints and Proof of Evidence Trade Skills Certificate 3rd Class for Plumbing NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Identify the current competencies related to the program being enrolled by the target group/individual in the form 2.

the trainers may follow this procedure: 1. human resource departments To determine trainees’ training requirements.       Trainers/teachers and assessors Team leaders/supervisors/managers/employers Participant/employee/learner Technical experts Union/employee representatives Users of training information such as training providers. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 16 of 98 Revision # 00 . you may identify the gap between the required competencies as defined by the unit of competency and the learners’ current competencies. employers. The gap between the required competencies and current competencies is the portion of skills and knowledge the trainee needs to achieve to be recognized as competent in a particular job. The trainees’ training requirements can be validated with the following appropriate personnel. Compare and Cross Match Competencies Identified Current Competencies Required Units of Competency/Learning Outcomes Training Gaps/Requirements NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.Determine trainees’ training requirements After determining the trainees’ current competency.

SAMPLE: (for Trainees in Plumber NC II) Current Competencies Prepare pipes for installation Make piping joints and connections Perform minor construction works Required Units of Competency/Learning Outcomes Prepare pipes for installation Make piping joints and connections Perform minor construction works Perform single unit plumbing installation and assemblies Perform plumbing repair and maintenance works Conduct testing pipe Perform single unit plumbing installation and assemblies Perform plumbing repair and maintenance works leak Conduct testing pipe leak Training Gaps/Requirements 2. Translate the Training Gap into Appropriate Training Requirements Gaps Module Title/Module of Instruction Duration (hours) Note: The training gap should be matched with the module title/module of instruction of the units of competency and the nominal duration NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 17 of 98 Revision # 00 .

Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 18 of 98 Revision # 00 .SAMPLE: (for Trainees in Plumber NC II) Gaps Module Title/Module of Instruction Duration (hours) 40 Perform single unit Performing single unit plumbing installation plumbing and assemblies Perform plumbing Performing plumbing repair and repair and maintenance works maintenance works Conduct testing pipe leak Conducting pipe leak testing 20 10 NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.

Printer with Ink : Competency Standards for a specific qualification Competency-Based Curriculum Steps/Procedures : 1.JOB SHEET 4. please indicate the basic. Let the student answer the Self Assessment Checklist 3.1) 2. Translate the training gaps into appropriate trainees’ training requirement (Form 4.2) 4. common and core competencies for the qualification being assessed (Form 4. Determine training gaps by comparing and cross matching current competencies with required units of competencies/learning outcomes (Form 4.1-4. you must : 1. Validate the current competency of trainees 3. Determine trainees training requirement Supplies Equipment Reference/s   : Bond Paper : PC. Prepare a self assessment checklist. Identify training gaps 4.1-4.1-4. Questioning NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Prepare self assessment checklist for the trainees 2.4) Assessment Method: Portfolio Assessment.3) 5. Validate the answer of the trainee (Form 4. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 19 of 98 Revision # 00 .1-4.1-4 Title : Determine trainees training requirements Performance Objective: Given the Competency Standard of a qualification.

..FORM 4.1 SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST INSTRUCTION: This Self-Check Instrument will give your trainer a data that is essential in designing a Training Plan for you. CAN I?.1-4. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 20 of 98 Revision # 00 . BASIC COMPETENCIES YES NO COMMON COMPETENCIES NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Please check the appropriate box of your answer to each of the questions below.

Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 21 of 98 Revision # 00 .CORE COMPETENCIES NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.

2 DETERMINING AND VALIDATING TRAINEES CURRENT COMPETENCY/IES Identify Current Competencies acquired related to Job/Occupation and Indicate Proof of Evidence Current competencies Proof of Evidence NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 22 of 98 Revision # 00 .1-4.FORM 4.

3 COMPARING AND CROSS MATCHING OF COMPETENCIES Required Units of Competency/Learning Outcomes Current Competencies Training Gaps/Requirements NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 23 of 98 Revision # 00 .FORM 4.1-4.

FORM 4. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 24 of 98 Revision # 00 .1-4.4 TRAINEES TRAINING REQUIREMENT Module Title/Module of Instruction Gaps Duration (hours) NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.

Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 25 of 98 Revision # 00 . Determined training gaps by comparing and cross matching current competencies with the required competencies/learning outcomes 7. Assisted the trainees in answering the selfassessment checklist 4. Translated training gaps into appropriate trainees’ training requirement Comments/Suggestions: YES NO _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ Trainer’s Signature: _________________________ Date : _____________________ NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Determined trainees’ current competencies 5.PERFORMANCE CRITERIA CHECKLIST JOB SHEET 4. Explained the purpose of self-assessment instrument to trainees 3.1-4 DETERMINING TRAINEES TRAINING REQUIREMENTS Trainee’s Name: ____________________________ Date : _____________________ CRITERIA 1. Listed all the competencies and learning outcomes in the self assessment checklist based on the Competency Standards 2. Validated trainees’ current competencies 6.

It should be flexible enough to meet all your needs. Prepare a training plan in accordance with the identified trainees’ training requirement The Training Plan Now that the trainees’ training requirements are already identified. and when and where your apprentice or trainee needs to go to receive the structured component of the training.1-5 “TRAINING PLAN” Learning Objectives: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET. it is now the time to prepare the Training Plan. the flow of training from input to end results. and methods that will be used to meet the training requirements. including the resources that will be used. Note that it should be treated as a working document. The training plan will outline who will deliver the training. tasks. What is a Training Plan? Training plan is a description of how the training will be done. YOU MUST be able to: 1. Remember that you can talk about this at any stage during the training. What to include in the training plan The training plan must specify the following:       NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM the competencies to be obtained the time-frame for achieving the competencies the training to be undertaken the delivery modes to be employed who is responsible for the delivery and/or assessment of each competency assessment details and arrangements Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. The objective of the Training Plan is to define the strategies.INFORMATION SHEET 4. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 26 of 98 Revision # 00 .

Identify the training activity or task that the trainee would perform to learn the training requirement 4.au/for-business/recruiting/training/plan) Steps in Preparing the Training Plan 1.1-1. Schedule the training (date and time) Note:   The trainer could use other forms as long as it would contain the information needed In case that the training would be conducted outside the training center (OJT). Identify the person who (trainer/supervisor/etc…) 6.4)    List the competencies or learning outcomes that the trainees need to learn List down the module’s title/module of instruction Determine the training duration 2. the Training Plan must be discussed with the Employer/Industry Trainer so as not to hamper the production of the company. Identify the trainees’ training requirement (refer to FORM 4. will be involved in the training 5.  the name of the qualification to be issued any other specific requirements to be met in accordance with the particular training contract in question (http://www.gov. Identify the facilities/tools and equipment needed NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.vic. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 27 of 98 Revision # 00 . Identify the venue of the training 7. Sequence the training modules in a logical order so that each element of the job is learned 3.skills.

If possible.TRAINING PLAN Qualification: _____________________________ Trainees’ Training Requirements These are the competencies or learning outcomes that the trainees need to learn . You could use the TR/CBC as reference. (this can be discussed with the industry trainer/supervisor in case the training would be conducted in a company/actual workplace) Mode of Training This refers to the medium used to deliver the training/faci litate the learning Staff The personnel involved in the training (trainer/ training coordinator/ supervisor/ etc). Venue The place where the training will be conducted . Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 28 of 98 Revision # 00 . Facilities/T ools and Equipment The Resources that would be needed during the conduct of the program.You could refer to form ____ to fill this Training Activity/Task These are the activities / task that the trainees need to perform to learn the competencies or learning outcome. In this instance it could be a simulated workplace or the actual workplace (industry/ company) Assessment Arrangement Assessment and judgment on quality of evidence in order to conclude whether you achieved the learning objectives or not Date and Time Schedule of the training NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. the name of the person should be written.

Identify the training delivery Mode 4. Identify the assessment method to be employed 8. Identify training activity/task appropriate to practice/learn the required competency/learning outcome (if the training will be conducted in a company.1-4. equipment and materials needed per training activity 5. Specifically. Questioning NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. this should be discussed with the industry trainer/supervisor) 2.4) Steps/Procedures : Using the list of identified trainees’ training requirement (output of previous Job Sheet) prepare the Training Plan. List down tools. Schedule the training Assessment Method: Portfolio Assessment. Identify the staff responsible for the training 3. Determine trainees’ training requirement 6.1-5 Title : Preparing Training Plan Performance Objective: In reference to the output of the previous activity. you must: 1. Identify the venue of the training 7.JOB SHEET 4. Printer with Ink Reference/s : Identified trainees’ training requirement (Form 4. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 29 of 98 Revision # 00 . prepare a Training Plan using the attached template Supplies Equipment : Bond Paper : PC.

FORM 4.1 TRAINING PLAN Qualification: ____________________________ Trainees’ Training Requirements Training Activity/Task Mode of Training Staff Facilities/Tools and Equipment Venue Assessment Method Date and Time NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.1-5. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 30 of 98 Revision # 00 .

Identified training activity/task appropriate to practice/learn the required competency/learning outcome 2.1-5 PREPARING TRAINING PLAN Trainee’s Name: ____________________________ Date : _____________________ CRITERIA 1. equipment and materials needed per training activity 5. Scheduled the training YES NO Comments/Suggestions: _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ Trainer’s Signature: _________________________ Date : _____________________ NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Identified the staff responsible for the training 3.PERFORMANCE CRITERIA CHECKLIST JOB SHEET 4. Determined trainees’ training requirement 6. Listed down the tools. Identified the Assessment method to be employed 8. Identified the venue of the training 7. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 31 of 98 Revision # 00 . Identified the training delivery mode 4.

Training Materials may include but not limited to: b. Feedback is provided to trainees about work performance Conditions: The student/trainee must be provided with the following: 1. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 32 of 98 Revision # 00 . Preparing Training Facilities 2. Competency Standard h. Providing Feedback Assessment Criteria: 1. Equipment a. 2: MONITOR WORK-BASED TRAINING Contents: 1. Manuals g. Computer 3. Training Delivery Methods/Approach 4. Bond Papers d. Work-based training venue and facilities are prepared in accordance with requirements to ensure training arrangements are met 2. OHS requirements are monitored to ensure health. Work performance s are observed and alternative approaches are suggested 4. Whiteboard Marker f.LEARNING OUTCOME NO. Monitor Work-Based Training 3. Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) 5. Training Regulations NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Trainees progress is monitored and recorded against the training plan and contingencies are addressed 3. Workplace location (simulated workplace) 2. safety and welfare of the trainees 5. Learning Packages c. Ball Pens e.

Demonstration with oral questioning 3. Third Party Report NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Portfolio 4. Written examination 2.Assessment Method: 1. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 33 of 98 Revision # 00 .

do Job Sheet LO4.2-2 If you feel that you can already prepare the materials for Monitoring WorkBased Training. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 34 of 98 Revision # 00 .2-2 Monitor Work-Based Training Do Job Sheet 4.2-1 Special Instruction If you feel that you can already identify the required facilities for work-based learning.1.LEARNING EXPERIENCES LEARNING OUTCOME (LO) 2 MONITOR WORK-BASED TRAINING Learning Activities Read Information Sheet 4. Let your facilitator check and give you feedback. If your output meets the required performance criteria. you can now proceed reading the Information Sheet LO4. do Job Sheet LO4.2-1 Preparing Training Facilities Do Job Sheet 4. If you are done with the activities in Training Delivery Methods proceed to reading the Information Sheet LO 4. you can now proceed reading Information Sheet LO4. Let your facilitator check and give you feedback.2-3 Read Information Sheet 4.2-1 in the Module Preparing Session Plan.2-4 NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.2-2 Read Information Sheet 4.2-2 Prepare the Class Progress Chart and the Trainees Record Book . If your output meets the required performance criteria.2-3 Training Delivery and Methods Please refer to the Training Delivery Modes Modes and Methods Information Sheet LO1.2-1.2-1 Prepare the List of the Required Training Facilities for Work-Based Training using form 4.

If you are done with the activities in OHS proceed to reading the Information Sheet LO 4.2-5 If you score 100% upon comparing your answers to the Model Answer for Self Check LO4.2-5 Read Information Sheet 4. state its purpose and identify its characteristics . proceed to LO3. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 35 of 98 Revision # 00 .2-5 Providing Feedback Answer Self Check 4.2-5 If you feel that you can already explain the importance of feedback. If not please read again Information Sheet LO4.2-5.3-2 in the Module Maintaining Training Facilities.Learning Activities Read Information Sheet 4. Answer Self Check LO4.2-5 NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.2-4 Occupational Health and Safety Special Instruction Please refer to the Occupational Health and Safety Information Sheet LO5.

skills and attitude to perform work activities to the standard expected in the workplace. models may help trainees to develop their knowledge and skills more quickly. Books. you have to check whether all of which are in place and can be used by the trainees during training. the preparation of training facilities for a work-based training is very important. equipment and materials. and facilities that the trainees would use to attain the required competency/ies based on the training plan. then it is even more important to build the correct range of resources. A moment’s pause of reflection brings the realization that these are unlikely to be met well unless the correct equipment or materials or facilities are available. See sample of the list on the next page NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. pamphlets. Thus. At this juncture the trainer’s knowledge on the content of the training regulations will again come into use. diagrams. For work-based training conducted within the industry/company it is assumed that the necessary equipment and machineries are already available. Ensure availability of the training facilities (in case that the training shall be done outside the training center) Going back to the definition of competency which is the possession and application of knowledge. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 36 of 98 Revision # 00 . however. YOU MUST be able to 1. what additional materials will help. Note that trainers must identify from the list what are the required tools. The trainer should also check with the person concerned the availability of these resources before starting the training.2-1 “PREPARING TRAINING FACILITIES FOR WORK-BASED LEARNING” Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET. If the work-based training shall be conducted within the training center. On earlier discussion about the Training Regulations. These would serve as guide for trainers in the preparation of the resources that is required for the trainee’s training requirement. all three related to work needs.INFORMATION SHEET 4. It is also important to discover. Equipment and Materials as well as the Training Facilities are included. Section 3 of which is the Training Standards wherein the List of Tools. although as a trainer. Identify the requirement facilities for training based on the trainees training 2.

I. 2 units 2 units EQUIPMENT Description Pressure devices Pipe or Yoke Qty.4 units 1/2” Flaring tools Cold chisel Saw 6 units 2 units 2 units Blue print plan PVC pipes NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Document No.SAMPLE OF THE LIST FOR PLUMBING NC I LIST OF TOOLS. equipment and materials for the training of 25 trainees for Plumbing NC I. Drum Hard hat Safety shoes Goggles Copper fittings pipes Pipe support and 6 units braces Drawing table Welding machine Threading machine Cutting outfit-set Blow torch Solder Fire extinguisher Drill Date Developed: 6 units 2 units 12 units 12 units 12 units 24 units 2 units 24 Chisel 1” to 1. TOOLS Qty. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS PLUMBING NC I Recommended list of tools. pump 6 roll MATERIAL Description Pattern paper Pen and pencil vise(chain 2 box 6 units 6 units 6 units 4 units 6 units 6 units 12 units 6 units 6 units 6 units Flaring tools Aligning tools Bending tools Steel square Reamer (Pipe ) Swaging tools 2 units 6 units 12 units 1 units 1 units 1 units Pipe reamer 6 units Pipe system drawing Plastic plugs Plugs G. 6 units 2 units Description Pipe wrench Pressure gauge Qty. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 37 of 98 Revision # 00 .

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0 NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. METERS 6.00 60. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 39 of 98 Revision # 00 .0 24.0 20.0 10. Based on class size of 25 students/trainees the space requirements for the teaching/learning and circulation areas are as follows: TEACHING/LEARNING AREAS Wash/ comfort room Tool and storage room Laboratory area (working area) Learning Resource conference area Total Workshop Area Center/ SIZE IN METERS 2x3 2.5 x 4 6x4 4x5 TOTAL AREA IN SQ.TRAINING FACILITIES The Construction – Civil Works (Plumbing) NC I workshop must be of concrete structure.

2-1 Title : Preparing Training Facilities for Work-Based Learning Performance Objective: In reference to the output of the previous activity which is the Training Plan. prepare the list of the required tools. equipment and materials needed to accomplish the activities/task indicated in the trainees’ training requirement using form 4. Questioning.JOB SHEET 4. equipment and materials including the facilities needed to deliver the training Supplies : Bond Paper Equipment : PC.1 Assessment Method: Portfolio Assessment. Printer with Ink Reference/s : Training Plan Training Regulations Steps/Procedures : In reference to the Training Plan.2-1. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 40 of 98 Revision # 00 . Performance Criteria Checklist NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. you must identify the tools.

2-1. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 41 of 98 Revision # 00 .1 REQUIRED TRAINING FACILTIES FOR WORK-BASED TRAINING Trainees’ Training Requirements Training Activity/Task Tools Equipment Materials Facilities NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.FORM 4.

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA CHECKLIST JOB SHEET 4.2-1 PREPARING FACILITIES FOR WORK-BASED TRAINING
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INFORMATION SHEET 4.2-2 “MONITOR WORK-BASED TRAINING”
Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to: 1. prepare materials in monitoring work-based training 2. monitor work-based competency. Monitoring Monitoring is the routine assessment of ongoing activities and progress. It is the systematic and continuous assessment of the progress of a piece of work over time. It is a basic and universal management tool for identifying strengths and weaknesses in a programme. Its purpose is to help all the people involved make appropriate and timely decisions that will improve the quality of the work. It is the primary role of the trainer to monitor the training. This is to ensure that trainees would attain the required competency at the end of the training program for them to be ready for the assessment. At this context, trainer must be able to prepare materials that can be used to closely monitor the type of training program conducted. Here are the two most commonly used monitoring tools: 1. Progress Chart A progress chart is a monitoring and assessment tool that can be used for training. Creating a progress chart enables you, the trainers, to track the development of trainees over time in a manner that is visual and easy to understand. A progress chart can be a line graph, a bar graph, a spreadsheet, or any other format that enables you to convey information about the process whose progress you are measuring and to assemble the data in a clear and concise format. Note that Progress chart can be for a) an individual trainee or b) for a group of trainees. For individual trainees, use Trainee Progress Sheet. For a class, use the Class progress Chart. Here are the steps in preparing and accomplishing the Trainee/Trainees Progress Monitoring Chart: 1. From the Training Plan, identify the unit of competency or learning module; 2. Prepare
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Lay out dimensions and features on workpiece B2.Drill. and stock and die NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.Cut.TRAINEE PROGRESS SHEET Name Qualification : JUAN DELA CRUZ : Machining NC I Training Duration Trainer Nominal Duration Date Started : : Adjectival Grade Numerical Grade Student’s Initial Instructor’s Initial Units of Competency Date Finished  Perform Benchwork (Basic) B1. rectangular or round blocks B3. ream and lap holes B4. chip and fill flat. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 45 of 98 Revision # 00 .Cut threads using tap.

Cut single-start external Vee and ACME thread Total NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Average : Document No. straight turning and parting off L2. L6. shoulders.Perform counterboring boring and L5. grooves and chamfers L3.Units of Competency Training Duration Date Started Date Finished Adjectival Grade Numerical Grade Student’s Initial Instructor’s Initial  Turn Workpieces (Basic) L1. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 46 of 98 Revision # 00 .Cut external taper using compound slide and formed tool L7.Perform facing.Perform drilling.Cut recess. reaming and countersinking L4.Perform knurling.

The Adjectival Grade describes the skills competence of the trainee (competent /not competent) NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. The Numerical Grade will indicate the level of competence of the trainee.Note: The student and the instructor must have a copy of this form. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 47 of 98 Revision # 00 .

Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 48 of 98 Revision # 00 .TRAINEE PROGRESS SHEET Name Qualification : JUAN DELA CRUZ : Machining NC I Training Duration Trainer Nominal Duration Date Started : : Adjectiva l Grade Numerical Grade Student’s Initial Instructor’s Initial Units of Competency and Module Titles Date Finished NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.

The Numerical Grade will indicate the level of competence of the trainee. The Adjectival Grade describes the skills competence of the trainee (competent /not competent) NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.Total Average: Note: The student and the instructor must have a copy of this form. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 49 of 98 Revision # 00 .

Carlos Ramos NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Turn Workpieces (Basic) Mill Workpieces (Basic Grind Workpieces (Basic) B3 B4 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 X X X X X X X Date Developed: X X X Document No. Pedro Tunasan 3. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 50 of 98 Revision # 00 . Joseph Tuason 5.CLASS PROGRESS CHART Qualification Trainer : Machining NC I : Date Started : Target Date : to Finish Unit of Competency/Module Title Student Name Perform Benchwork (Basic) B1 B2 1. Arsenio Medina 4. Juan Dela Cruz 2.

grooves and chamfers NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No.Cut external taper using compound rectangular or slide and formed tool round blocks B3. shoulders.Perform knurling.LEGENDS B1.Perform boring and counterboring B2.Perform facing. chip and L5.Drill.Cut single-start external Vee and ACME thread L2.Cut threads using tap. fill flat. ream and lap holes B4.Lay out dimensions and L3. L6. straight turning and parting off L7. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 51 of 98 Revision # 00 .Cut recess.Cut. and stock and die L1.Perform drilling. reaming and features on countersinking workpiece L4.

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See sample of Trainees’ Record Book NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. and Assess your skill levels should competency be the subject of dispute between you and your employer This record is an important document that must be kept by the trainee throughout the training and given to the trainer/industry trainer or supervisor. for inspection and to have entries updated. on a regular basis. It may also be used to:       Show to employers the training you have completed Gain credits or exemptions in other training courses Serves as reference in preparing for future job applications Determine your competency level thereby supporting eligibility for wage progression Confirm completion of the training program and your eligibility for the issuance of training certificate. when requested. Trainees Record Book The objective of the Training Record Book is to record the achievement of competencies agreed within the training plan while in the industry.2. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 53 of 98 Revision # 00 .

D. Trainee’s No._______________ NAME: ___________________________________________________ QUALIFICATION: PLUMBING NC II_______ TRAINING DURATION :____________________________ TRAINER: __________________________________________________ NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 54 of 98 Revision # 00 .Technical Education and Skills Development Authority _________________________ TRAINEE’S RECORD BOOK I.

Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 55 of 98 Revision # 00 . It will eventually become evidence that can be submitted for portfolio assessment and for whatever purpose it will serve you. Avoid any corrections or erasures and maintain the cleanliness of this record. The instructor will likewise indicate his/her remarks on the “Instructors Remarks” column regarding the outcome of the task accomplished by the trainees. It is of great importance that the content should be written legibly on ink. NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. THANK YOU. All you have to do is to fill in the column “Task Required” and “Date Accomplished” with all the activities in accordance with the training program and to be taken up in the school and with the guidance of the instructor. The Trainees’ Record Book contains all the required competencies in your chosen qualification. This will be collected by your trainer and submit the same to the Vocational Instruction Supervisor (VIS) and shall form part of the permanent trainee’s document on file.Instructions: This Trainees’ Record Book (TRB) is intended to serve as record of all accomplishment/task/activities while undergoing training in the industry. Be sure that the trainee will personally accomplish the task and confirmed by the instructor. It is therefore important that all its contents are viably entered by both the trainees and instructor.

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Unit of Competency: 1 PREPARE PIPES FOR INSTALLATION NC Level I Learning Outcome  Lay out measurements  Cut pipe within the required length and according to job requirements  Thread pipes in accordance with standard thread engagement __________________ Trainee’s Signature ___________________ Trainer’s Signature Task/Activity Required Date Instructors Accomplished Remarks Unit of Competency: 2 PERFORM MINOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS NC Level I Learning Outcome  Perform piping lay outs  Cut pipes through walls and floors ____________________ Trainee’s Signature ______________________ Trainer’s Signature Task/Activity Required Date Instructors Accomplished Remarks NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 57 of 98 Revision # 00 .

Unit of Competency: CONECTIONS NC Level I Learning Outcome  Fit-up joints and fittings for PVC pipe  Perform threaded pipe joints and connections  Caulk joints\ _____________________ Trainee’s Signature 3 MAKE PIPING JOINTS AND Unit of Competency: 4 PERFORM SINGLE UNIT PLUMBING INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLES NC Level I Task/Activity Required Date Instructors Accomplished Remarks Learning Outcome  Prepare for plumbing works  Install pipe and fittings  Install hot and cold water supply  Install/assemble plumbing fixtures Task/Activit y Required Date Accomplishe d Instructor s Remarks ______________________ Trainer’s Signature ___________________________ ____________________ Trainee’s Signature Signature Trainer’s NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 58 of 98 Revision # 00 .

Unit of Competency: 5 PERFORM PLUMBING REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE WORKS NC Level I Learning Outcome  Clear clogged pipes  clear clogged fixtures ___________________________ ____________________ Trainee’s Signature Signature Trainer’s Task/Activity Required Date Instructors Accomplished Remarks NTTATESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: Document No. Issued by: Developed by: Nomer Pascual Page 59 of 98 Revision # 00 .

Review and monitor the development of trainees using Record Book if necessary Trainees Assessment Method: Portfolio Assessment.JOB SHEET 4. Identify tasks/activities required to attain a specific Learning Outcomes 3. Monitor the development of trainees using the Trainee Progress Sheet 5. Issued by: Page 60 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . List training requirement based on training plan 2.2-2 Title : Monitoring Work-Based Training Performance Objective: In reference to the output of the previous activity which is the Training Plan. Monitor development of the class using Class Progress Chart 4. Questioning NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. prepare your Monitoring Instrument specifically the Trainees Progress Sheet and Class Progress Chart Supplies : Bond Paper Equipment : PC. you must identify the following per task or activity 1. Printer with Ink Reference/s : Training Plan Training Regulations Steps/Procedures : In reference to the Training Plan.

Listed training requirements based on training plan 2. Issued by: Page 61 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Identified tasks/activities required to attain a specific Learning Outcomes 3.PERFORMANCE CRITERIA CHECKLIST JOB SHEET 4. Prepared and accomplished Trainees Progress Sheet 5. Reviewed and monitored the development of trainees using Trainees Record Book if necessary Comments/Suggestions: YES NO ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Trainer’s Signature: ________________________ Date : _____________________ NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.2-2 MONITORING WORK-BASED TRAINING Trainee’s Name: ___________________________ Date : _____________________ CRITERIA 1. Prepared and accomplished Class Progress Chart 4.

Provide basis for maintaining or improving performance 2. it is absolutely essential for trainers to monitor trainees’ learning and give them feedback. YOU MUST be able to: 1. Indicates progress By placing the feedback in the context of previous expected performance (Mona. Relates performance to strategies Give trainees feedback about how well they apply specific strategies or steps (John. exemplar or goal (John.INFORMATION SHEET 4. It would be more efficient if the whole class can share in the monitoring process and the feedback. state the purpose of feedback 3. Now you need to improve in developing your information sheet) 4. your session plan has improved by showing logical sequence in your presentation. Relates performance to the standards Shows how the performance compares to the standard. Hence. to a group of them. Purpose of giving feedback: 1.2-5 “Providing Feedback” Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET. or to the whole class. Similarly. This is because the knowledge that they are doing well gives trainees a sense of achievement which motivates them to learn more. Indicates corrective procedures/action Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. your session plan did not include the learning objective as shown here in the standard session plan) 2. provide the necessary feedback to trainees 2. additional NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Issued by: Page 62 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . it is also important to let trainees know when they have made a mistake so that they will learn from it and take corrective measures. identify the characteristic of an effective feedback It is important for trainees to know how well they are doing as they learn. I can see that you followed the guidelines in setting up the table) 3. Provide forum for assessing need and planning experiences/activities Characteristics of an Effective Feedback 1. Feedback can be given to individual trainee. you set up the table correctly.

Go around to monitor individual work making comments to trainees performance. Is given frequently & immediately      Provide more frequent. Positive comments should be made first in order to give the trainees confidence and gain his/her attention. It gives students specific actions in which they can manage to improve (you have made errors in presenting your modules of instruction. Focuses on effort attribution Effort attributions are helpful because they help establish a positive self efficiency that communicate an ability to do work successfully. It is specifically important for low performing trainees. Provide exemples and directions to trainees so they can self assess Use examples of ongoing trainee’s work to show all trainees mistakes and corrections Use techniques during discussion to monitor the progress of all learners 6. immediate feedback when you: Develop or select activities with built-in opportunities for feedback. Too often. Please refer to module #1 and review how it should be presented) 5. co-trainees assistance) Guidelines in Giving Constructive Feedback      All comments shall be based on observable behaviour and not assumed motives or intents. it will not be helpful to the trainee. Feedback should emphasize the sharing of information. There should be opportunities for both parties to contribute Feedback should not be detailed and broad so as to overload the trainees Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. trainors help. It will only communicate a sense of goodness or badness to the performance of the learner (Mario. Focuses on key errors It is best to determine what the most significant error is or what changes will be most helpful to the learner 8. I want the way you develop your information sheet because it is very informative) 7.Corrective action is pragmatic and possible. Language should be descriptive of specific behaviours rather than general comments indicating value judgements. Is specific and descriptive If your feedback is not specific and descriptive. these participants develop attribution that they are successful for some external reason (luck. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Issued by: Page 63 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 .

Issued by: Page 64 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . As trainer. Feedback requires the ability to tolerate the feeling of discomfort Praise Is a type of feedback that is very helpful to the trainee when it draws attention to the trainees progress and performance in relation to standards.  Feedback should deal with the behaviours the trainees can control and change. we should often use praise to our trainees’ performance so that he/she will be motivated to do the activities consistently and with quality Do’s and Don’ts of Effective Praise DO’S           Focus on specific accomplishment Attribute success to effort and ability Praise spontaneously Refer to prior achievement Individualize and use variety Give praise immediately Praise correct strategies leading to success Praise accurately with credibility Praise privately Focus on progress DON’T           Focus on general or global achievements Attribute success to luck or other’s help Praise predictably Ignore prior achievement Give the same praise to all students Give praise much later Ignore strategies Praise for under performance Praise publicly Focus solely on current performance NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.

SELF CHECK 4. How will you motivate your learner to perform his activities consistently and with quality? NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. What are the different types of feedback? 3. 1.2-5 Instruction: Answer each question briefly and responsively. Why is it important to give feedback to trainees? 2. Give one guideline of constructive feedback? 5. Issued by: Page 65 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Enumerate the 8 characteristics of an effective feedback? 4.

This is because the knowledge that they are doing well gives trainees a sense of achievement which motivates them to learn more. Issued by: Page 66 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . What are the different types of feedback? Constructive Feedback and Praise 3. How will you motivate your learner to perform his activities consistently and with quality? To motivate the trainee to perform his activities consistently and with quality. Enumerate the 8 characteristic of an effective feedback?  Relates performance to standards  Relates performance to strategies  Indicates progress  Indicates corrective procedures/action  Given frequently and immediately  Specific and descriptive  Focus on key error  Focuses on effort attributions 4.MODEL ANSWER TO SELF-CHECK 4. Similarly. Why is it important to give feedback to trainees? Feedback is important to trainees for them to know how well they are doing as they learn. it is also important to let trainees know when they have made a mistake so that they will learn from it and take corrective measures. 2. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Give one guideline of constructive feedback? Positive comments should be made first in order to give the students confidence and motivation. 5. the trainer must continuously give feedback.2-5 1.

Written examination 2. Feedback Assessment Criteria: 1. Bond Papers c. Workplace location (simulated work-place) 2. Computer Training Materials a. Improvements and changes to work-based learning are recommended based on the review process Conditions: The student/trainee must be provided with the following: 1. Manuals f. Learning Packages b. Training Regulations Assessment Method: 1. Equipment 3. Interpretation and Analysis of Evaluation Result 3. Ball Pens d.LEARNING OUTCOME NO. Third Party Report NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Issued by: Page 67 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Competency Standard g. Work performance and learning achievement are analyzed in accordance with requirements 2. 3: REVIEW AND EVALUATE WORK-BASED LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS Contents: 1. Whiteboard Marker e. Trainees are encouraged to provide feedback on their learning experience 3. Portfolio 4. Training Evaluation 2. The effectiveness of the work-based learning is evaluated against the objectives 4. Demonstration with oral questioning 3.

After finishing the activities under this LO. you can now read Information Sheet 4. please answer Self-Check 4. Issued by: Page 68 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 .3-3 Providing Feedback NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.3-1 Answer Self-Check 4. proceed the next Module (Maintaining Training Facilities) Do Task Sheet 4.3-2 you may now read Information Sheet 4.3-2 If you score 100% on the Self Check 4. If not read again Information Sheet 4. If your output meets the required performance criteria.25 on Providing Feedback.3-1. Read Information Sheet 4.3-2 Refer to the Learning Outcome on Program Facilitating Learning Session.3-3 Refer to the Information Sheet 4.3-1 Read Information Sheet 4. Let your facilitator check and give you feedback.3-2 Analysis Evaluation of Answer Self-Check 4.3-1 Special Instruction If you feel that you can already Work Based Training Evaluation explain the importance of WorkBased Training Evaluation and the Tools ways on doing evaluation.3-1 If you score 100% on the Self Check 4.3-1 you may now do Task Sheet 4.3-1 Administer Evaluation Instrument.LEARNING EXPERIENCES LEARNING OUTCOME (LO) 3 REVIEW AND EVALUATE WORK-BASED TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS Learning Activities Read Information Sheet 4.

The trainer should gather information for analysis of the learning experience. Trainees’s performance is also used to evaluate the effectiveness of the training program. From these. Below are some items to be considered in the training evaluation: Review of the Training Plan The trainer must review and evaluate his/her Training Plan and identify the parts that were changed during the implementation. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Issued by: Page 69 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . State the reasons why these changes were necessary.3-1 “WORK-BASED TRAINING EVALUATION TOOLS” Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET. One very important role of the trainer is to evaluate the training for its improvement. Reflect these also in your session plan at the trainer’s reflection portion. This is a very important step in improving your Training Plan for the succeeding training sessions. Note the time required for the trainees to accomplish each task and identify the areas where the trainees had the most difficulty. it is very seldom that they would openly make comments on the way the training was done. Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.INFORMATION SHEET 4. Feedback from the Trainees Feedback from the trainees is a very good source of information regarding the implementation of the work-based training. Evaluate Trainee’s Progress Report The trainer shall evaluate the trainees’ performance and record learning achievements in their individual progress sheet. it would be very helpful if the trainer could accomplish a questionnaire which the trainees answer at the end of the training session. YOU MUST be able to:  evaluate the effectiveness of the work-based training. Although. you can identify learning strategies that can be used to improve learning of trainees. make a summary of the trainee’s progress chart. Training Evaluation Evaluation should be regularly done during and at the completion of the training program. From these. Evaluation measures trainee progress and provides performance feedback to the instructor and the trainees that served to reward success and identify needed improvement in trainee performance.

the resources provided and the assessment process to make it more responsive to the areas to be assessed. the content. Issued by: Page 70 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . learning activities or tasks. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.The questionnaire must be made simple to accomplish but must include feedback regarding the trainer.

TRAINERS/INSTRUCTORS Name of Trainer: ________________ Poor/ Unsatis fac-tory 1 Fair/ Satisfac tory Good/ Adequa te Very Good/ Very Satisfac tory 4 Outsta nding 5 2 3 1. Instill value of safety and orderliness in the classrooms and workshops 7. Your answers will be treated with utmost confidentiality. Discusses clearly the unit of competencies and outcomes to be attained at the start of every module 3. Instills value of time Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Exhibits mastery of the subject/course he/she is teaching 4. Instills good grooming and hygiene 9. Please give your honest rating by checking on the corresponding cell of your response. Keeps records of evidence/s of competency attainment of each student/trainees 6. Instills the value of teamwork and positive work values 8. Orients trainees about CBT. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Issued by: Page 71 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . the use of CBLM and the evaluation system 2.TRAINING SESSION EVALUATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS: This post-training evaluation instrument is intended to measure how satisfactorily your trainer has done his job during the whole duration of your training. Motivates and elicits active participation from the students or trainees 5.

Dresses appropriately 17.10. Shows empathy 18. Attends classes regularly and promptly 14. Shows energy and enthusiasm while teaching 15. Issued by: Page 72 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Clarity of language/dialect used in teaching 12. Provides extra attention to trainees and students with specific learning needs 13. Maximizes use of training supplies and materials 16. Quality of voice while teaching 11. Demonstrates selfcontrol NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.

Objectives of every training session is well explained 4. Examples. Practice exercises like Task/Job Sheets are sufficient to learn required skills NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Good/ Very Satisfac tory 4 Outsta nding 5 Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Please give your honest rating by checking on the corresponding cell of your response. illustrations and demonstrations help you learn 5.This post-training evaluation instrument is intended to measure how satisfactorily your trainer prepared and facilitated your training. Course contents are sufficient to attain objectives 2. CBLM are logically organized and presented 3. Number of CBLM is sufficient 3. Expected activities/outputs are clarified DESIGN AND DELIVERY Poor/ Unsatis factory 1 1. Issued by: Page 73 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Your answers will be treated with utmost confidentiality. Workshop layout conforms with the components of a CBT workshop 2. PREPARATION Poor/ Unsatis factory 1 Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Outstan Good/ ding Very Satisfac tory 5 4 1. Information Sheet are comprehensive in providing the required knowledge 4.

Supplies and Materials are suitable and appropriate 5. Training Venue is conducive and appropriate 3. Promptness in providing Supplies and Materials Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Good/ Very Satisfac tory 4 Outsta nding 5 NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Training Resources are adequate 2. Valuable knowledge are learned through the contents of the course 7. Issued by: Page 74 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Feedback about the performance of learners are given immediately TRAINING FACILITIES/RESOURCES Poor/ Unsatis factory 1 1. Training Methodologies are effective 8. Assessment Methods and evaluation system are suitable for the trainees and the competency 9.6. and Materials are Sufficient 4. Equipment. Recording of achievements and competencies acquired is prompt and comprehensive 10. Equipment. Supplies.

Issued by: Page 75 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Support Staff are accommodating Comments/Suggestions: _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.SUPPORT STAFF Poor/ Unsatis factory 1 Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Good/ Very Satisfac tory 4 Outsta nding 5 1.

Encourage participation of the trainees? 3. Self Evaluation The trainer shall design a self-evaluation questionnaire that he/she shall answer after the conduct of the training. Vary activities and tasks to aid attainment of competency? 9. Should anything be changed for the next training sessions? NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Assist the trainees when they needed assistance? 4. Issued by: Page 76 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Summarize key points? 8. Did any unexpected problem arise? Did I deal with them correctly? 3. Achieve the learning objectives? Yes No Sample questions that the trainer could answer: 1. did I? 1. why? 4. Were the session outcomes achieved? If not. A short sample is given below. Praise effort? 7. Remain aware of non verbal communication? 6. Were there any parts of the session which did not run as expected? Why? 2. This shall serve as a checklist of what he/she must do.1. During the session. Consider the feedback of trainees? 5. Establish an atmosphere of trust? 2. Provide opportunities for practice? 10.

How can you encourage feedback from the trainees? 4.3-2 Instructions: Answer the following questions briefly and responsively. Issued by: Page 77 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . What are the ways in evaluating training? 3. 1. Why is there a need to summarize trainees progress chart/report? NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.SELF-CHECK 4. Why is Training Evaluation important? 2.

Issued by: Page 78 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . It would also serve as input in the delivery of the training. Why is there a need to summarize trainees’ progress chart/report? The summary could provide the trainer the data on required time for the trainees to accomplish each task and identify the areas where the trainees had the most difficulty. How can you encourage feedback from the trainees? To encourage trainees to give their feedback. What are the ways in evaluating training?     Review of the Training Plan Summarize Trainee’s Progress Report Feedback from the Trainees Self Evaluation 3. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. it would be very helpful if the trainer could prepare a questionnaire which the trainees answer at the end of the training session 4.MODEL ANSWER TO SELF-CHECK 4. thus learning strategies that can be identified to improve learning of trainees. 2. Why is Training Evaluation important? Training evaluation is important because it measures trainee progress and provides performance feedback to the instructor and the trainees and identifies needed improvement in trainee performance.3-2 1.

Supplies : Bond Paper Equipment : PC. Questioning NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.3-1 Title : Training Program Evaluation Performance Objective: In reference to the discussion about Work-Based Training Program Evaluation.TASK SHEET 4. Issued by: Page 79 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Assessment Method: Portfolio Assessment. Printer with Ink Reference/s : Discussion on Work-Based Training Steps/Procedures : In reference to the discussion of work-based training evaluation tools administer the evaluation instruments to the trainees to measure effectiveness of work-based training. utilize the program evaluation instruments that would evaluate the effectiveness of the work-based training.

TRAINERS/INSTRUCTORS Name of Trainer: ________________ 1. Keeps records of evidence/s of competency attainment of each student/trainees 6. Issued by: Page 80 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Discusses clearly the unit of competencies and outcomes to be attained at the start of every module 3.TRAINING SESSION EVALUATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS: This post-training evaluation instrument is intended to measure how satisfactorily your trainer has done his job during the whole duration of your training. Exhibits mastery of the subject/course he/she is teaching 4. Please give your honest rating by checking on the corresponding cell of your response. the use of CBLM and the evaluation system 2. Instill value of safety and orderliness in the classrooms and workshops 7. Instills good grooming and hygiene Poor/ Unsatis fac-tory 1 Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Good/ Very Satisfac tory 4 Outsta nding 5 NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Instills the value of teamwork and positive work values 8. Orients trainees about CBT. Motivates and elicits active participation from the students or trainees 5. Your answers will be treated with utmost confidentiality.

Dresses appropriately 17. Shows empathy 18. Clarity of language/dialect used in teaching 12. Provides extra attention to trainees and students with specific learning needs 13. Attends classes regularly and promptly 14. Instills value of time 10. Demonstrates selfcontrol NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.9. Quality of voice while teaching 11. Issued by: Page 81 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Maximizes use of training supplies and materials 16. Shows energy and enthusiasm while teaching 15.

Workshop layout conforms with the components of a CBT workshop 2. Information Sheet are comprehensive in providing the required knowledge 4. illustrations and demonstrations help you learn 5. Issued by: Page 82 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Your answers will be treated with utmost confidentiality. Expected activities/outputs are clarified DESIGN AND DELIVERY Poor/ Unsatis factory 1 1. Examples. Course contents are sufficient to attain objectives 2. Please give your honest rating by checking on the corresponding cell of your response. CBLM are logically organized and presented 3. PREPARATION Poor/ Unsatis factory 1 Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Outstan Good/ ding Very Satisfac tory 5 4 1. Practice exercises like Task/Job Sheets are NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Good/ Very Satisfac tory 4 Outsta nding 5 Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.This post-training evaluation instrument is intended to measure how satisfactorily your trainer prepared and facilitated your training. Objectives of every training session is well explained 4. Number of CBLM is sufficient 3.

Promptness in providing supplies and materials Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Good/ Very Satisfac tory 4 Outsta nding 5 NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.sufficient to learn required skills 6. Training venue is conducive and appropriate 8. Training resources are adequate 7. supplies. Recording of achievements and competencies acquired is prompt and comprehensive 10. Assessment Methods and evaluation system are suitable for the trainees and the competency 9. Feedback about the performance of learners are given immediately TRAINING FACILITIES/RESOURCES Poor/ Unsatis factory 1 6. and materials are sufficient 9. supplies and materials are suitable and appropriate 10. Valuable knowledge are learned through the contents of the course 7. Training Methodologies are effective 8. Equipment. Issued by: Page 83 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . Equipment.

Support Staff are accommodating Comments/Suggestions: _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.SUPPORT STAFF Poor/ Unsatis factory 1 Fair/ Satisfac tory 2 Good/ Adequa te 3 Very Good/ Very Satisfac tory 4 Outsta nding 5 1. Issued by: Page 84 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 .

Provided feedback and recommendation YES NO Comments/Suggestions: _______________________________________________ ______________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ Trainer’s Signature: _________________________ Date : _____________________ NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Issued by: Page 85 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 .3-1 WORK-BASED TRAINING EVALUATION Trainee’s Name: ___________________________ Date : _____________________ CRITERIA 1. Evaluated the Trainees Progress 3. Performed self evaluation 5. Reviewed the Training Plan 2.PERFORMANCE CRITERIA CHECKLIST TASK SHEET LO4. Conducted data analysis and interpretation 6. Administered feedback instrument 4.

If you wanted to fully understand how your program works. When analyzing data (whether from questionnaires.4". e. cutting and pasting. 2. Issued by: Page 86 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . If you are conducting an outcomes-based evaluation. Make copies of your data and store the master copy away.. weaknesses and suggestions to improve the program. There are certain basics which can help to make sense of reams of data. it is now the time to analyze and interpret the data collected. Basic analysis of "quantitative" information (for information other than commentary. yes's.3-3 “ANALYSIS OF PROGRAM EVALUATION” Learning Objective: After reading this INFORMATION SHEET. i. or whatever). ratings. the reason you undertook the evaluation in the first place. yes's.. interviews. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Use the copy for making edits. focus groups..e. no's. or average.INFORMATION SHEET 4.): 1. For example. This is more meaningful than indicating. rankings. always start from review of your evaluation goals. This will help you organize your data and focus your analysis. e. rankings.g. etc. add up the number of ratings. you can organize data into program strengths.. YOU MUST be able to   interpret the evaluation result make adjustments if necessary Analyzing and Interpreting Data Once the evaluation tools has been administered. i. "For question #1.g. Analyzing quantitative and qualitative data is often the topic of advanced research and evaluation methods. consider computing a mean. etc. for each question. no's for each question.e. how many respondents ranked 1. For ratings and rankings. you could organize data in the chronological order in which clients go through your program. Tabulate the information. For example. you can categorize data according to the indicators for each outcome. 3. 2. the average ranking was 2. if you wanted to improve your program by identifying its strengths and weaknesses. or 3.

How to compute the average or the mean: 1. Divide the sum by the total number of raters Example: Rater Rater Rater Rater Rater Rater A B C D E Rating for Item 1 3 4 5 2 4 Total points Number of Rater = = Rating for Item 2 18 5 Computing for the Average or Mean Total Points Average = Number of Rater 18 Average = 5 Average = 3.6 NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No. Add the points per item per rater 2. Issued by: Page 87 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 .

concerns. weaknesses.g. Consider conveying the range of answers.. conclusions about program operations or meeting goals. and 20 people ranked "3".4. most people were in the same salary range. Sample range: 0. 3..g. similar experiences. e. compare results to what you expected in the following categories: like trainers/instructors pre-training activity. Attempt to put the information in perspective. management of program staff like support staff. outputs.5. or written commentary on questionnaires): 1. recommendations.g. Interpreting Information: 1.50 .49 = 2. focus groups. Organize comments into similar categories.49 = 1..50 .3.0 = Poor/Unsatisfactory Fair/ Adequate Good/Satisfactory Very Good/Very Satisfactory Outstanding Basic analysis of "qualitative" information (respondents' verbal answers in interviews. etc. Keep all commentary for several years after completion in case it shall be needed for future reference. outcome indicators. indicate the description of the program's experiences. 30 ranked "2". all people who attended programs in the evening had similar concerns. Label the categories or themes. 4.00 . concerns. etc. strengths. weaknesses.g. what processes or events respondents experience during the program.. etc. most people came from the same geographic area. e. strengths. preparation of facilities.. 2.1. (especially if you're conducting a process evaluation). or associations and causal relationships in the themes. Attempt to identify patterns. training facilities and resources. 20 people ranked "1".49 = 3. program inputs. Read through all the data. etc. 5. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.2. 2. e.49 = 4. design and delivery. e. e.1.50 .50 .g. suggestions. Consider recommendations to help program staff improve the program. suggestions. Issued by: Page 88 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . etc.

Record conclusions and recommendations in a report document. Submit recommendations to the supervisor/administrator. NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.3. Issued by: Page 89 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . as needed. 4. and associate interpretations to justify your conclusions or recommendations.

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Performance Objective: In reference to the discussion about Analysis of Program Evaluation, interpret and analyze the program evaluation. Supplies Equipment Reference/s : : : Bond Paper PC, Printer with Ink Discussion on Work-Based Training

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Eloisa P.edu/fd/feedback. Issued by: Page 94 of 94 Developed by: Revision # 00 . ed.html Tinio.BIBLIOGRAPHY “Basic Guide to Program Evaluation.gov.htm “Providing Feedback .au/forbusiness/recruiting/training/plan “ Student Career Experience Program (SCEP)” Available at http://www.vic.gov/hrd/students/scep.ohiou.” Available at http://managementhelp.skills.fms..htm “What is a Training Plan? Available at http://www.oucom.” Available. Philippines NTTA-TESDA QA SYSTEM Training Methodology I Supervise WorkBased Learning Date Developed: July 2010 Document No.” at http://www.org/evaluatn/fnl_eval. TM Learning Modules .treas.