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Supervise

Work-Based
Learning

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FORM 1.1 SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECK

INSTRUCTIONS: This Self-Check Instrument will give the trainer necessary


data or information which is essential in planning training
sessions. Please check the appropriate box of your answer
to the questions below.
CORE COMPETENCIES
YES NO
CAN I…?

ESTABLISH RUBBER BUDWOOD AND SEEDLINGS NURSERY


1.1 Select rubber bud woods and seedlings nursery sites. /
1.2 Germinates seeds. /
1.3 Plant germinated seeds. /
1.4 Establish bud woods nursery. /
1.5 Perform maintenance activity.

2. PLANT RUBBER TREES/RUBBER SEEDLINGS


2.1 Select planting site. /
2.2 Conduct land preparation. /
2.3 Perform site lay-outing and staking. /
2.4 Plant poly-bagged, budded rubber seedling.
2.5 Perform maintenance activities.
3. PERFORM BUDDING OPERATION
3.1 Prepare for Budding Operation. /
3.2 Harvest, Handle and Transport bud sticks. /
3.3 Cutback the seedlings.
4. HARVEST LATEX

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CORE COMPETENCIES
YES NO
CAN I…?
4.1 identify tappable trees. /
4.2 Open the tapping panel. /
4.3 Perform tapping and collection of latex or cup lumps/scrap.

Note: In making the Self-Check for your Qualification, all required competencies
should be specified. It is therefore required of a Trainer to be well- versed
of the CBC or TR of the program qualification he is teaching.

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Evidences/Proof of Current Competencies(Sample)

Form 1.2: Evidence of Current Competencies acquired related to


Job/Occupation

Current
Proof/Evidence Means of validating
competencies
Select rubber Certificate of Submitted an
budwood and Achievement Authenticated copy of
seedlings nursery certificate
sites.
Plant germinated Certificate of Submitted an
seeds. Achievement Authenticated copy of
certificate
Establish Certificate of Submitted an
budwood nursery. Achievement Authenticated copy of
certificate
Perform Certificate of Submitted an
maintenance Achievement Authenticated copy of
activities. certificate

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Identifying Training Gaps

From the accomplished Self-Assessment Check (Form 1.1) and the


evidences of current competencies (Form 1.2), the Trainer will be able to
identify what the training needs of the prospective trainee are.

Form 1.3 Summary of Current Competencies Versus Required


Competencies (Sample)

Required Units of Current Training


Competency/Learning Competencies Gaps/Requirements
Outcomes based on CBC NO
1. ESTABLISH RUBBER BUDWOOD AND SEEDLINGS NURSERY
1.1 Select rubber budwood Select rubber
and seedlings nursery budwood and
sites seedlings nursery
sites
Germinate Seeds
1.2 Germinate seeds
1.3 Plant germinated Plant germinated
seeds seeds
1.4 Establish Establish budwood
budwood nursery nursery
1.5 Perform Perform
maintenance maintenance
activities activities
Required Units of Current Training
Competency/Learning Competencies Gaps/Requirements
Outcomes based on CBC
2. PLANT RUBBER TREES/ RUBBER SEEDLINGS
2.1 Select planting site Select planting
site
2.2 Conduct land
preparation Conduct land
preparation
2.3 Perform site lay-
outing and Perform site lay-
staking outing and staking

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2.4 Plant poly- Plant poly-bagged,
bagged, budded budded rubber
rubber seedling seedling
2.5 Perform Perform
maintenance activities maintenance
activities

PERFORM BUDDING OPERATION


3.1 Prepare for Prepare for
budding operation budding operation

3.2 Harvest, handle Harvest, handle and


and transport transport budsticks
budsticks
3.3 Perform actual Perform actual
budding/ rebudding budding/ rebudding

3.4 Cutback the seedlings Cutback the


seedlings

4. HARVEST LATEX
4.1 Identify tappable Identify tappable
trees trees
4.2 Open the
tapping panel Open the tapping
panel
4.3 Perform tapping
and collect ion
Perform tapping and
latex or
collect ion latex or
cuplumps/ scrap
cuplumps/ scrap

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Using Form No.1.4, convert the Training Gaps into a Training Needs/
Requirements. Refer to the CBC in identifying the Module Title or Unit of
Competency of the training needs identified.

Form No. 1.4: Training Needs

Module
Gaps Title/Module of Duration (hours)
Instruction
Perform Budding Performing budding 60 hours
Operations Operations
Prepare for budding Preparing for budding 15 hours
Operation Operation
Harvest, handle and Harvesting, handling 15 hours
transport budsticks and transporting
budsticks
Perform actual Performing actual 15 hours
budding/ rebudding budding/ rebudding

Cutback the Performing actual 15 hours


seedlings Cutback of the
seedlings

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TRAINING PLAN

Qualification: RUBBER PRODUCTION NC II


Trainees’ Facilities/Tool Date
Training Mode of Assessment
Training Staff s and Venue and
Activity/Task Training Method
Requirements Equipment Time
Perform
Budding
Operation

1.1 Identifying Learners SUPERVIS  Budding TTLTCAC- Demonstratio


Prepare for
appropriate hip E Knife Tungawan, ns
budding
tools and Training Zamboang
Operation  Pruning
materials a Sibugay
Shears Oral
according with
Harvest, handle the job  Gloves Questioning
and transport requirements.
 Disinfecta
budsticks
nt
1.2 Perform  Clean Rag
Perform actual sharpening of
budding/ the Budding  Dormant
rebudding Knife by Scion
following the  Sharpenin
prescribed g Tool
Cutback the procedures.
seedlings  Adhesive
Tape
1.3 Prepared the  CBLM
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budding tape in
accordance to
the required
size.

1.4 Applied
cleanliness
during budding
operation.

1.5 Establish
standard
conditioning of
seedling stocks
and
budstick/budwo
od accordingly.

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TRAINEE’S RECORD BOOK

I.D. Instructions:
This Trainees’ Record Book (TRB) is intended to serve as
record of all accomplishment/task/activities while undergoing
training in the industry. It will eventually become evidence
Trainee’s No. 05315-077 that can be submitted for portfolio assessment and for
whatever purpose it will serve you. It is therefore important
that all its contents are viably entered by both the trainees
and instructor.
NAME: William D. Intong, Jr.
The Trainees’ Record Book contains all the required
competencies in your chosen qualification. All you have to do
QUALIFICATION: RUBBER PRODUCTION NC II 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
TRAINING DURATION : 60 hours the guidance of the instructor. The instructor will likewise
indicate his/her remarks on the “Instructors Remarks”
column regarding the outcome of the task accomplished by
TRAINER: Dandy L. Daligdig the trainees. Be sure that the trainee will personally
accomplish the task and confirmed by the instructor.
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It is of great importance that the content should be __________________________________________________________
written legibly on ink. Avoid any corrections or erasures and __________________________________________________________
maintain the cleanliness of this record.
__________________________________________________________
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.

THANK YOU.

NOTES: Unit of Competency: PERFORM BUDDING OPERATION


Core 3
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________ Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instruct
__________________________________________________________ Outcome Accomplish ors
ed Remark
__________________________________________________________ s
__________________________________________________________ Prepare for 1.1 Identify appropriate
budding tools and materials
__________________________________________________________ operation in accordance with
__________________________________________________________ the job
requirements.
__________________________________________________________
1.2 Perform sharpening
__________________________________________________________ of budding knife
__________________________________________________________ following the
prescribe procedure.
__________________________________________________________
1.3 Prepare the budding

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tape in accordance standard practices.
to the required size
Perform 3.1 Conduct
1.4 Implement actual selection of
cleanliness during budding /re seedling
budding operations budding rootstocks and
perform actual
1.5 Establish standard
budding and re
conditioning of
budding.
seedling stocks and
budstick/budwood 3.2 Perform
accordingly Budding/re
budding
operations
Harvest, 2.1 Conduct according to the
Handle and selection of establish
transport budstick/buwood procedures.
budsticks by following the 3.3 Conduct Opening
procedures. of budded
2.2 Conduct harvest rootstocks after
of 21 days.
budstick/budwoo 3.4 Practice Safety
d in accordance precautions
with the according to
establish enterprise
procedures. procedures.
2.3 Treated cut-ends
of harvested
budstick/budwoo Cutback the 4.1 Conduct of
d with melted seedlings seedling
paraffin wax. cutback
following
3. Pack
the
budstick/buwood
prescribe
and transport in
procedure
accordance with the
s.
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4.2 Conduct CORE 1
segregatio
n after
cutting Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instruct
seedlings. Outcome Accomplish ors
4.3 Maintain ed Remark
cutback s
budded Select 1.1Conduct ocular
seedlings rubber inspection of the site.
according budwood
to the 1.2Gather soil sample for
and
farm analysis in accordance
seedlings
practices. with the standard
nursery
procedures.
sites
1.3Select site base on
__________________ ___________________ results analysis and
evaluation.
Trainee’s Signature Trainer’s
Signature Germinate 2.1 Conduct selection of
seeds seeds for rootstock
according to seed quality
standard.
2.2 Prepare seedbed by
following the required
standards.
2.3 Germinate seed in
Plant seedbed
3.1 according
Perform Land to
germinated preparation and observe
seeds safety precautions
according to establish farm
procedures.
3.2 Planting germinated
Unit of Competency: ESTABLISH RUBBER BUDWOOD AND seeds in polybags or direct
SEEDLING NURSER on ground.
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3.3 Replace unhealthy accordance with establish
seedlings in accordance to standard and safety
environmental regulations. procedures.
Establish 4.1 Perform land
budwood preparation in accordance
nursery with the establish farm _________________________ ______________________
procedures. Trainee’s Signature Trainer’s Signature
4.2 Plant budded rubber Unit of Competency: PLANT RUBBER TREES/RUBBER SEEDLINGS
seedling according to
prescribed procedures and CORE 2
standards.
4.3 Plant budded rubber Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
seedlings according to Outcome Accomplis Remarks
clones. hed
4.4 Carrying out routinary Select planting 1.1 Conduct ocular
maintenance activities for site inspection of
seedlings according to threaded the site.
establish farm practices. 
 1.2 Gather soil
4.5 Safety precautionary  pipe joints sample for
measures is being applied and analysis in
accordingly. connections accordance
 Caulk joints\ with standard
Perform 5.1 Conduct weeding
maintenanc according to farm procedures.
e activities procedures. 1.3 Selecting
5.2 Construct drainage and suitable site
maintain according to plan based on the
and procedures. results
analysis.
5.3 Apply fertilizer base on
result analysis of soil in Conduct land 2.1 Carrying out
accordance with the preparation clearing
prescribed procedures. operation in
accordance
5.4 Perform pruning in
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with enterprise. farm
procedures.
2.2 Prepare canals
and drainage in
accordance
with the
technical plan. Plant poly- 5.1 Perform
bagged, weeding in
2.3 Apply safety budded rubber accordance to
precautions seedling establish farm
according to
procedures.
enterprise
procedures. 5.2 Apply
insect/disease
Perform site lay- 3.1 Laid out and
outing and control and
stake according
staking prevention as
to the
needed.
preference of
rubber 5.3 Maintaining
growers/farmer drainage
s. according to
the standard
3.2 Conduct dug
procedures.
holes according
to plan. 5.4 Conduct branch
induction in
Plant poly- 4.1 Conduct
bagged, accordance
distribution of
budded rubber with establish
seedlings on
seedling farm practices.
the holes
according to 5.5 Perform
plan. pruning in
accordance
4.2 Apply basal
with enterprise
fertilizer to the
standard and
result of soil
safety practice.
analysis.
5.6 Conduct
4.3 Plant seedling
replanting as
base establish
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needed. Identify tappable 1.1 Identifie
trees d
Tappable
g works
_____________________ ______________________ trees
Install pipe and accordin
Trainee’s Signature Trainer’s Signature fittings g to
Install hot and standard
cold water supply criteria.
Install/ 1.2 Placing
 DOT on
 tappable
 trees in
assemble accorda
plumbing fixtures nce with
thw
standard
.
1.3 Marking
trees in
accorda
nce with
Open the tapping 2.1 Preparin
panel g tools
and
material
s for
tapping
Unit of Competency: HARVEST LATEX and
CORE 4 inspecte
d
Learning Task/Activity Date Instructors accordin
Outcome Required Accomplishe Remarks gly.
d 2.2 Conduct
on
opening
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the coagula
tapping nts in
panel accorda
based nce with
on the prescrib
standard ed
procedur standard
es. s.
2.3 Install 3.4 Collectin
tapping g and
material storing
s in latex
accorda and
nce with cuplump
standard /scrap
require accordin
ments. g to
establis
Perform tapping and 3.1 Perform
h farm
collect ion latex or Tapping
procedur
cuplumps/scrap in
es.
accorda
nce with 3.5 Apply
the coagula
standard nts in
s. latex for
cuplump
3.2 Preparin
or
g
coagulu
material
m
s in
producti
collectin
on.
g latex.
3.3 Prepare
coagula
nts/anti-
_____________________ ____________________
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Trainee’s Signature Trainer’s
Signature

TRAINEE’S PROGRESS SHEET

Name : Willam D. Intong, Jr Trainer : Dandy L. Daligdig


Nominal
Qualification : RUBBER PRODUCTION NC II : 10 hours
Duration
Training Training Date Date Trainee’s Supervisor’s
Units of Competency Rating
Activity Duration Started Finished Initial Initial
Perform Budding 1.1 Identify 2.5 hours Competent DANDY
Operation appropriate
tools and
materials
1. Prepare Budding according with
Operations the job
requirements
1.2 Perform on 1.5 hours Competent DANDY
sharpening of
Budding knife
by following
prescribe
procedures.
1.3 Prepare 1.5 hours Competent DANDY
budding tape in
accordance to
required size.
1.4 Apply 1.5 hours Competent DANDY
cleanliness
during budding
operations.

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1.5 Establish 3 hours Competent DANDY
standard
conditioning of
seedling stocks
and
budstick/budwo
od accordingly.

Note: The trainee and the supervisor must have a copy of this form. The column for rating maybe used either by giving a numerical rating
or simply indicating competent or not yet competent. For purposes of analysis, you may require industry supervisors to give a numerical
rating for the performance of your trainees. Please take note however that in TESDA, we do not use numerical rating.

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TRAINING EVALUATION SHEET

Dear Trainees,

The following questionnaire is designed to evaluate the effectiveness


of the Supervised Industry Training (SIT) or On the Job Training (OJT) you had with
the Industry Partner of Western Mindanao State University-External Studies Unit
Tungawan. Please check (/) the appropriate box corresponding to your rating for
each question asked. The result of this evaluation shall served as a basis for
improving the design and management of the SIT in Western Mindanao State
Uiversity-External Studies Unit Tungawan to maximize the benefits of the said
Program. Thank you for your cooperation.

Legend: 5 – Outstanding
4 – Very Good / Very Satisfactory
3 – Good / Adequate
2 – Fair / Satisfactory
1 – Poor / Unsatisfactory
NA – Not Applicable

Item QUESTION Ratings


No.

INSTITUTIONAL EVALUATION 1 2 3 4 5 NA

1. Has (your institution) conducted an √


orientation about the SIT/OJT program, the
requirements and the preparations needed
and its expectations?

2. Has (your institution) provided the necessary √


assistance such as referrals or
recommendation in finding the company for
your OJT?

3. Has (your institution) showed coordination √


with the Industry partner in the design and
supervision of your SIT/OJT?

4. Has your in-school training adequate to √


undertake Industry Partner assignment and
challenges?

5. Has (your institution) monitored your progress √


in the Industry?

6. Has the supervision been effective in √


achieving your OJT objectives and providing
feedbacks when necessary?

7. Did (your institution) conduct assessment of √


your SIT/OJT program upon completion?
8. Were you provided with the results of the √
Industry and (your institution)’s assessment
of your OJT?

Comments/Suggestions:

Based on the performance rating I can say that the institutions


are ready to handle any training’s / assessment. They provide us on what we
need to learn as a trainee, I appreciate what you have done to us.

Item QUESTION Ratings


No.
INDUSTRY PARTNER 1 2 3 4 5 NA

1. Was the industry partner appropriate for √


your type of training required and/or
desired?

2. Has the industry partner designed the √


training to meet your objectives and
expectations?

3. Has the industry partner showed √


coordination with (your institution) in the
design and supervision of the SIT/OJT?

4. Has the industry partner facilitated the √


training, including the provision of the
necessary resources such as facilities and
equipment needed to achieve your OJT
objectives?

5. Has the Industry Partner and its staff √


welcomed you and treated you with respect
and understanding?

6. Has the Industry Partner assigned a √


supervisor to oversee your work or training?

7. Was the supervisor effective in supervising √


your through regular meetings,
consultations and advise?

8. Has the training provided you with the √


necessary technical and administrative
exposure of real world problems and
practices?

9. Has the training program allowed you to √


develop self-confidence, self-motivation and
positive attitude towards work?

10. Has the experience improved your personal √


skills and human relations?

11. Are you satisfied with your training in the √


Industry?
Comments/Suggestions:

The industry training programs, resources and facilities help us to


improve our skills to become more effective and innovative in the learning
aspects which also include self-confidence, self-motivation, self-motivation and
also the positive attitude towards work and towards the other people.

Signature: _________________________

Printed Name: William D. Intong, Jr. Qualification: RUBBER


PRODUCTION NC II

Host Industry Partner: TTLTCAC Supervisor: ____________________


Period of Training: 1 DAY Instructor: DANDY L.
DALIGDIG

This post-training evaluation instrument is intended to measure how satisfactorily


your trainer prepared and facilitated your training. Please give your honest rating by
checking on the corresponding cell of your response. Your answers will be treated with
utmost confidentiality.

Poor/ Fair/ Good/ Very Outstandin


Unsatisfact Satisfacto Adequat Good/ g
ory ry e Very
Satisfacto
PREPARATION ry
1 2 3 5
4
1. Workshop layout
conforms with the √
components of a
CBT workshop
2. Number of CBLM √
is sufficient
3. Objectives of
every training √
session is well
explained
4. Expected
activities/outputs √
are clarified
Poor/ Fair/ Good/ Very Outstandi
Unsatisfact Satisfacto Adequat Good/ ng
DESIGN AND ory ry e Very
DELIVERY Satisfacto
ry
1 2 3 5
4
1. Course contents
are sufficient to √
attain objectives
2. CBLM are logically
organized and √
presented
3. Information Sheet
are
comprehensive in √
providing the
required
knowledge
4. Examples,
illustrations and √
demonstrations
help you learn
5. Practice exercises
like Task/Job
Sheets are √
sufficient to learn
required skills
6. Valuable
knowledge are
learned through √
the contents of
the course
7. Training
Methodologies √
are effective
8. Assessment
Methods and
evaluation system √
are suitable for
the trainees and
the competency
9. Recording of
achievements
and competencies √
acquired is
prompt and
comprehensive
10.Feedback about
the performance
of learners are √
given
immediately
Poor/ Fair/ Good/ Very Outstandi
Unsatisfact Satisfacto Adequat Good/ ng
TRAINING ory ry e Very
FACILITIES/RESOURC Satisfacto
ES ry
1 2 3 5
4
1. Training
Resources are √
adequate
2. Training Venue is
conducive and √
appropriate
3. Equipment,
Supplies, and √
Materials are
Sufficient
4. Equipment,
Supplies and
Materials are √
suitable and
appropriate
5. Promptness in
providing Supplies √
and Materials
Poor/ Fair/ Good/ Very Outstandi
Unsatisfact Satisfacto Adequat Good/ ng
SUPPORT STAFF ory ry e Very
Satisfacto
ry
1 2 3 5
4
1. Support Staff are
accommodating √
Comments/Suggestions
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Interpretation and Analysis of Program Evaluation

RATER A

Poor/ Fair/ Good/ Very Outstandi


Unsatisfact Satisfactory Adequat Good/ ng
ory e Very
Satisfacto
PREPARATION ry

1 2 3 5
4
1. Workshop √
layout
conforms with
the
components of
a CBT
workshop
2. Number of √
CBLM is
sufficient
3. Objectives of √
every training
session is well
explained
4. Expected √
activities/outpu
ts are clarified
RATER B

Poor/ Fair/ Good/ Very Outstandi


Unsatisfact Satisfactor Adequat Good/ ng
PREPARATION ory y e Very
Satisfacto
ry
1 2 3 5
4
1. Workshop layout √
conforms with
the components
of a CBT
workshop
2. Number of CBLM √
is sufficient
3. Objectives of √
every training
session is well
explained
4. Expected √
activities/outputs
are clarified
RATER C

Poor/ Fair/ Good/ Very Outstandi


Unsatisfact Satisfactor Adequat Good/ ng
ory y e Very
PREPARATION Satisfacto
ry
1 2 3 5
4
1. Workshop layout √
conforms with
the components
of a CBT
workshop
2. Number of CBLM √
is sufficient
3. Objectives of √
every training
session is well
explained
4. Expected √
activities/outputs
are clarified
Average Ratings

PREPARATION Average
1. Workshop layout
conforms with the
4
components of a CBT
workshop
2. Number of CBLM is 4
sufficient
3. Objectives of every 3
training session is well
explained
4. Expected 4
activities/outputs are
clarified
Range:

0.00 - 1.49 = Poor/Unsatisfactory

1.50 - 2.49 = Fair/ Adequate

2.50 - 3.49 = Good/Satisfactory

3.50 - 4.49 = Very Good/Very Satisfactory

4.50 - 5.0 = Outstanding

General Interpretation:

1. Workshop layout conforms with the components of a CBT workshop –


2. Number of CBLM is sufficient –

3. Objectives of every training session is well explained –

4. Expected activities/outputs are clarified –

Recommendation:

Solution:

Average = (Rater A + Rater B + Rater C)/3


No Rater A Rater B Rater C Average
1 4 4 4 4
2 4 4 4 4
3 3 3 3 3
4 4 4 4 4