SORRERA Trainer .technical courses – Dressmaking NC II training Mr. GLORIA T. ELPIDIO R.-only TESDA administered school in Catanduanes -provide technical-vocational education and . TUBORO Vocational School Administrator III Ms.

occupation or trade and the corresponding standard of performance required fo these in the workplace .Competency Based Training .a training delivery approach that focuses on the competency development of the learner as a result of the training • Competency – involves applying knowledge. skills attitudes and values required for the performance of a job. skills and attitudes to perform work activities to the standard expected in the workplace • Competency Standard – is the written specification of the knowledge.

DRESSMAKING NC II BASIC Competencies Participate in workplace communication Work in a team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures COMMON Competencies Carry out measurements and calculations Set up and operate machines Perform basic maintenance Apply quality standards CORE Competencies Draft and cut pattern for casual apparel Prepare and cut materials for casual apparel Sew casual apparel Apply finishing touches on casual apparel .

9. Learning is Competency-Based or modular Structure. 2. The system allow Recognition of prior learning or (RPL).10 Principles of CBT 1. Training Delivery is Individualize and Self-Paced. The Training is Based on Curriculum Developed from the Competency Standards. 5. . Training is based both on and of the job component. 8. Assessment of learners is based in the collection of evidence of work performance based on the industry or organizational required standards. 3. Approved training programs are nationally accredited. Training Materials are Directly related to the competency standards and the curriculum. The system allow for learners to enter and exit programs at different times and levels and to receive an award for competency attained at any point. 7. 4. Training is based on Work that must be Performed. 6. 10.

CBT Process Flow Trainee enters program • Administer RPL • Orientation • Role of trainer/trainee Review learning package YES Satisfactorily Performed Competency? View multimedia materials Trainer observes performance Trainer Rates performance NO Have completed all the competencies? Use manuals YES NO Trainee selects competency and receive instructions • Administer Learning Contract • Organize learning strategy • Provide materials • Introduce CBLM materials • Introduce the Use of Achievement Progress Report Observe demonstration Practice skills in workshop Receive assistance and advise Trainee practices task Trainee Rates own performance NO YES Trainee exits program Trainee exits program Have enough Competency/ies been achieved? Undergo Nat’l Assessment .

Role of the Trainer 1. Diagnose and solves learning problems Role of the Trainee 1. Motivates and evaluates student achievements 2. Manages/facilitates learning 3. .

DRESSMAKING NC II BASIC Competencies Participate in workplace communication Work in a team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures COMMON Competencies Carry out measurements and calculations Set up and operate machines Perform basic maintenance Apply quality standards CORE Competencies Draft and cut pattern for casual apparel Prepare and cut materials for casual apparel Sew casual apparel Apply finishing touches on casual apparel .

Power point presentation .

English System .inch 2.centimeter .Measurement Two Systems of Measurements 1. Metric system .

Measuring tools .

DRESSMAKING NC II BASIC Competencies Participate in workplace communication Work in a team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures COMMON Competencies Carry out measurements and calculations Set up and operate machines Perform basic maintenance Apply quality standards CORE Competencies Draft and cut pattern for casual apparel Prepare and cut materials for casual apparel Sew casual apparel Apply finishing touches on casual apparel .

taken around the body . •Circumferential measurement.HOW TO TAKE BODY MEASUREMENTS •Vertical measurement.taken from top to bottom of the figure.measurement is taken from the left of the figure to the right. •Horizontal measurement .

circumferentially . . . . .Which body parts are measured . . . vertically . . .horizontally . . . .

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