National Education Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education Technology Training Unit PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES www.minedu. Training Unit THE STARTING POINT TEACHERS, adults with their experiences, their ways and rhythms of learning, kno wledge, principles and ideals values, attitudes and behaviors, potential and lim itations, their THE POINT OF ARRIVAL needs and expectations OBJECTIVE OF THE TRAINING Participants at the end of the workshop will be able to formulate guidelines for productive activities, working in teams, Training Unit processes and identifyin g and explaining LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF THE PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES 1. General Education Law N º 28044 Section No. 45 The CETPRO are entitled to carry out activities of production of goods and services, which constitute a source of funding by the Centre. • Develo p competencies and skills for the job Entrepreneurs dependent and independent. • Prepare students to work in the field of production or services, business-minde d. Training Unit 2. DS.022-2004-ED Article 38: Purpose The CETPRO promote productive activities i n their plans and development programs, taking into account their capacity and q ualified manpower and local development priorities and regional productive activ ities and pre-professional practice aim: b.Completar the integral formation of s tudents c.Desarrollar entrepreneurial skills of self-management and institutiona l capacities d.Fortalecer, Training Unit prioritizing the maintenance and modern ization 2. DS.022-2004-ED, Article 36: Production of Goods and / or services • Productio n of goods and business services to develop Productive Technical Education Cente rs is part of the teaching and learning. • Contributes to the professional train ing of students and is a source of additional funding for capacity Article 37: S trengthening institutional competencies. • The pre-professional training and int ernships serve to reinforce the development of labor skills and capabilities in a real learning situation in the world of work. It takes place in workshops or b usinesses as part Training Unit training curriculum. the development of The proposal: Create a National Subsystem Technical and Vocational Training under the General Education Law N º 28044 and its Regulations With the participation of various state actors and civil society, to train profe ssionals who are part of technological progress and in turn strengthen their hum an development Training Unit BACKGROUND: Globalization n (Mdo.labora l, proc. Communic. Proc.afectiv I Impact of the Info rmation Society New development schemes Professional Training s s competitive S technological entific knowledge PROCEDURES cognitive attitudes and values

Training Unit enmpeño ethical, effective, critical, reflective FEATURES: • Mismatch between world demand and supply of labor exists educativa.N o articulation with the productive sectors • Lack of relevance of the training: Students are no insertion in the labor market (employment, self-employment) Training Unit • Raising the quality of vocational training for employment and self employment. How? • Relevance between supply and demand. • Effective professional skills • I mpact of Proposal: Functional Analysis (For modular CB) MODULE (No subject) Block specific learning coherent and complementary, targeting a specific job option Projects Training Unit It is a method of successive disaggregation of productive functions in order to identify the functions performed when a person is competent to perform the occup ational activity demonstrates specifies, in terms of efficiency and safety. The labor competency is defined by the reference work. Middle Cycle: Professional Profile (Take as a reference CNTC) MODULE Block ojects specific learning coherent and complementary, associated with a unit of competen ce. Competition explicitly that the graduate should achieve after completing the mod ules in a technical specialty production. A technician is competent when their performance is efficient in a context speci fic work according to defined quality Productivoscriterios by the productive sec tor. Training Unit Example: Identification of labor competition among students for the various modu le activities: productive, eg footwear. Project1 clothing: children's shoes Proj ect 2 Project 3 women's shoes: men shoes S technological entific knowledge PROCEDURES cognitive attitudes and values Training Unit

PRODUCTIVE PROJECTS, EDUCATIONAL Training Unit WHAT IS A PRODUCTIVE PROJECT educated and participate? It is a method of orderin g ideas, actions and join efforts to meet needs and to learn to produce produce. It is educational because it teaches is to live in community Productive Or beca use it is used to organize, produce real dicisiones make, own, manage knowledge and resources, solve problems knowledge, being necessary s Training Unit entrepr eneurs and to improve VO is participatory because team members work equitativamen you from the beginni ng to the end of WHAT ARE THE STEPS OF A PRODUCTIVE PROJECT? Planning ION 3rd 2nd 4th IMPLEMENTIN G THE IDEA THE IDEA 2nd ANALYSIS 1 5 EVALUATION ON Project 1 the 2nd ANALYSIS 1st Draft Training Unit Step 1: ANALYSIS 1.The study of goods and services in the area, gives the team ideas abo ut what goods or services are needed in the region. 2.Mediante research, the tea m can discover new needs, market failures, social and • The project must promote opportunities for employment and skills development. it is educational. Study the needs, market failures and social situation Conditions for selecting a project Marketable, guarantee an income to improve and modernize the workshop and Traini ng Unit to be viable. Step 2: CETP DETERMINATION OF THE IDEA RO • Infrastructure: Workshops and schedules • Resources: Materials, tools, Aspects inputs, workshop equipment taken into account • Skills: Knowledge and skills U TO coordinator and participants MAN • Manuals: Power Training Unit consultation • ¨ Budget : Step 3: Planning Project Planning, programming and project organization to facil itate implementation, it will focus on skill formation. What would it be without planning? ... The goal of the work or service Project duration depending on the customer a nd schedule The timing of the production process The method of work, the org anization of the place where executes agreements among donors and participants Assessment acquired skills Training Unit of the quality of goods and the pr esentation to the statement from the Centre and others.

Elements of the framework Step 3: The framework table: Strategy The distribution of roles, goals and tasks between team members, the distribut ion of responsibilities Training Unit Methods to acquire and develop information, how to acquire materials, presenta tion of problems or difficulties on the computer, the forms of presentation Step 3: Spatial organization of a workshop Pr odu ct ion or ab o ra Instruments Equipment Materials Tools 2. Shelves for Team 4 Ana Vent light Table 1 1. Work Area Table 2 Mesa Air 4 Table 3 3. Display panels for each team Training Unit 4. Garbage Zone Step 3: Product or Service Design • The panel of the workshop have the graph of the operational sequence of the pr oduct, drawings, components, processes, methods, duration and schedule of the pr oject and measures Training Unit Step 3: Selection and list of tools, materials and supplies Description Qty Cost .U Cost.Tot the ad nit The acquisition of materials, supplies, etc. should be included in the schedule of expenditure. It should work for modules assigned to each team Training Unit Step 3: Description of items 1.Equipment, 2. Tools Budget: Cost.To Cost.U United nit d Sing this ad

3. Serves 4. Fostering total workforce schedule based on the time cost of the pr oject REVENUE - EXPENSES = PROFIT OR LOSS Training Unit Step 3: Funding Sources: Description of items 1.Equipment, 2. Tools 3. Serves 4. TOTAL Manpower planning stage to ensure the sources of funding through interage ncy agreements Training Unit O CETPR Eg Gbno.R NGOs TOTAL Step 3: Marketing Plan Which Plaza or place to sell How should we promote What type of product or service we offer our product will do Price Marketing plan to ensure the successful sale Training Unit WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE 1.Designed a module to production, from their profile in technical /. 1.The team presents a draft and propose 2.Select productivoarticulado a producti ve project to market identifying job skills GOALS ACTIVITY MATERIAL IS 1.Identificar regional market needs (compendium INEI) and joint educational supp ly and demand for labor in the production sector. Sheets, statistical tables, fl ipchart Training Unit PRESENTATION OF DRAFT 1. Project Name 2. Rationale 3. Objectives 4. Goals: Attention, implementation, production, marketing 5. Activities & Schedule 6. Strategy 7. Budget + Fuentes + Schedule 8. Evaluation • The team responsible for the Directorate • A • A cooperating entities Training Unit