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FORM 1.1 SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECKLISTS


QUALIFICATION: COMPUTER HARDWARE SERVICING NCII
SECTOR: ICT
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.
CAN I?

YES

BASIC COMPETENCIES
1. Participate in workplace communication
1.1 Obtain and convey workplace information.

1.2 Complete relevant work related documents.

1.3 Participate in workplace meeting and discussion.

2. Work in a team environment


2.1 Describe and identify team role and responsibility in
a team.
2.2 Describe work as a team member.
3. Practice career professionalism

3.1 Integrate personal objectives with organizational


goals.
3.2 Set and meet work priorities.

3.3 Maintain professional growth and development.

4. Practice occupational health and safety

4.1 Evaluate hazard and risks

4.2 Control hazards and risks

4.3 Maintain occupational health and safety awareness

COMMON COMPETENCIES
1. Apply Quality Standards

NO

1.1. Asses quality of received materials

1.2. Assess own work

1.3. Engage in quality improvement

2. Perform Computer Operation

2.1 Set-up workstation

2.2. Prepare storage media

2.3. Work with files and objects

2.4. Manipulate word processing software

2.5. Manipulate spreadsheet software

2.6. Manipulate customize and database applications

2.6. Utilize the internet

2.7. Maintain computer hardware and software

CORE COMPETENCIES
1. Install computer systems and networks
1.1

Identify, explain and apply OH&S policies and


procedures in installing computer system and
networks

1.2 Identify and explain the use/ function of different


types of computers, its components, peripheral
devices, network system configurations, device
specifications, tools, equipment and testing
instruments.

1.3 Install the computer systems and networks


hardware

1.4 Install operating system, application program


software and device drivers

1.5 Perform systematic inspection and apply specific


testing procedures to isolate and remedy installation
troubles

2. Configure computer system and network


2.1.Identify, explain and apply OHS policies and
procedures in configuring computer systems and

networks
2.2 Identify and explain the use/function of different
types of tools, and testing instruments for
configuring computer systems and networks

2.3 Draw and interpret electronic symbols, schematic


diagrams and different network configurations

2.4 Identify and relate/interpret symptoms and troubles


by ocular inspection and conduct specific testing to
isolate the faults and problems

2.5 Draw network diagram and perform calculation on


the identified systems and networks

2.6 Perform periodic check on the computer systems


and networks

2.7 Document and record sequence of events in


configuring systems and networks

3. Diagnose and troubleshoot computer systems and


networks

3.1 Identify, explain, and apply OH & S policies and


procedures in diagnosing computer systems and
networks

3.2 Identify and explain the use/function of different


types of tools and testing instruments in diagnosing
computer systems and networks

3.3 Explain and apply the correct techniques in


harnessing, cabling and soldering wires and joints

3.4 Draw the flow diagram of troubleshooting and


explain the procedures and steps in isolating the
trouble

3.5 Inspect and record the initial condition,


specification and other vital information of the
computer systems and networks

3.6 Identify and relate the correct symptoms and


troubles by ocular inspection and isolate the faults
and problems systematically

3.7 Replace defective component with correct device


specification and without damage to computer
systems and networks

3.8 Perform regular check and record the normal and


periodic test data

4. Maintain computer systems and networks

4.1 Identify, explain, and apply OH & S policies and


procedures in maintaining computer systems and
networks

4.2 Identify and explain the use/function of different


types of tools, and testing instruments for
maintaining computer systems and networks

4.3 Identify and explain different types of cleaning aids,


software diagnostics and anti-viruses used in
maintaining computer systems and networks

4.4 Disassemble and assemble computer system unit

4.5 Perform computer system hardwares preventive


maintenance

4.6 Perform computer system softwares preventive


maintenance

4.7 Inspect and record the condition, and other vital


information of the computer systems and networks

4.8 Document and record the sequence of events in


maintaining computer systems and networks

Evidences/Proof of Current Competencies


Form 1.2: Evidence of Current Competencies acquired related to
Job/Occupation
Current competencies

Proof/Evidence

Diagnose and troubleshoot


computer systems

Company certification of its working


experience.

Configure computer systems


and networks

Certificate of competency

Maintain computer systems


and networks

Certificate of competency

Identifying Training Gaps

Form 1.3 Summaries of Current Competencies Versus Required


Competencies
Current
Competencies

Diagnose and
troubleshoot
computer systems

Required Units of
Competency/Learning
Outcomes based on
CBC

Training
Gaps/Requirements

Install computer systems


and networks

Install computer
systems and networks

Diagnose and
troubleshoot computer
systems

Configure computer
Configure computer
systems and networks systems and networks
Maintain computer
systems and networks

Maintain computer
systems and networks

Form No. 1.4: Training Needs


Gaps
Install computer
systems and networks

Module Title/Module
of Instruction
Installing computer
systems and networks

Duration
(hours)
80

TRAINING PLAN
Qualification: _

Trainees Training
Requirements

Training
Activity/Task

1. Install computer systems and networks

Computer Hardware Servicing NC II____


Duration: 80 Hours

Mode of
Training

Staf

Facilities/Tool
s and
Equipment

Venue

Assessment
Method

Date and
Time

1.1. Identify, explain


and apply OH&S
policies and
procedures in
installing
computer system
and networks

1.1. Assemble and


Disassemble of
computer
system.

1.2. Identify and


explain the use/
function of
different types of
computers, its
components,
peripheral
devices, network
system
configurations,
device
specifications,
tools, equipment
and testing
instruments.

1.2. Identification of
computer system
components and
functions as well
as their
configurations.

1.3. Install the


computer systems
and networks
hardware
1.4. Install operating

1.3. Assemble and


disassemble of
computer
systems and
cabling.

Supervise
Industry
Training

Industry
Supervisor:
Engr.
Devorah
Gundaya
Head IT
Officer:
Engr.
Henry T.
Braganza

Includes
but
not limited to:
1. Servers
2. peripherals
3. Desktop
computers
4. Connectors
5. Adaptors
6. Wires and
cables
7. Appropriate
software
8. Computer
storage media
9. Modem
10. Hub/Switch
11.Internet
Subscription

Computer
World
Davao

Demonstration
Questioning

Start at
October
27 to
November
3, 2014,
Morning
Session:
7am
12pm
Afternoon
Session:
1pm
5pm

system,
application
program software
and device drivers
1.5. Perform
systematic
inspection and
apply specific
testing
procedures to
isolate and
remedy
installation
troubles

1.4. Reformatting and


installing
operating system
and device driver
as well as
application
software.
1.5. Network cable
troubleshooting.

Prepared by:

Approved by:

RENEL P. CUARESMA____________

_______DR. ROGENA T. BRAGANZA________

Vocational Instruction Supervisor

School Administrator
Confirmed by:
_______ENGR. DEVORAH S. GUNDAYA_________
Industry Supervisor

Trainees No.___143-44____

Piolo D. Martin

NAME: __
__________

QUALIFICATION: COMPUTER HARDWARE SERVICING NC II_


TRAINING DURATION
________________
TRAINER: _____

:________

80

Hours

Renel P. Cuaresma___________________

Instructions:

THOMPSON CHRISTIAN SCHOOL


Lopez Jaena St., Davao City

TRAINEES RECORD BOOK

I.D.

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 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.
The Trainees Record Book contains all the required
competencies in your chosen qualification. 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 instructor will likewise
indicate his/her remarks on the Instructors Remarks
column regarding the outcome of the task accomplished by
the trainees. Be sure that the trainee will personally
accomplish the task and confirmed by the instructor.
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 trainees document on file.
THANK YOU.

NOTES:
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Unit of Competency: 1 INSTALL COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND


NETWORK

instruments.
NC Level II
Learning Outcome

Task/Activit
y Required

1.1Identify,
explain and
apply OH&S
policies and
procedures in
installing
computer
system and
networks

1.1Assemble
and
Disassem
ble of
computer
system.

1.2Identify and
explain the
use/ function
of different
types of
computers, its
components,
peripheral
devices,
network system
configurations,
device
specifications,
tools,
equipment and
testing

1.2Identifica
-tion of
computer
system
compone
nts and
functions
as well as
their
configura
tions.

Date
Accomplished

Instructors
Remarks

October 28,
2014,

Competent

October 30,
2014

Competent

__________________

TRAINEES PROGRESS SHEET


Name

: PIOLO D. MARTIN

Trainer

Qualification

: CHS NCII

Nominal
Duration

Units of Competency

Install computer
systems and networks

Training Activity
1. Assemble and
Disassemble of
computer system.

Trainin
g
Duratio
n

16
hours

1.2Identification of
computer system
components and
functions as well as
their configurations

16
hours

1.3 Assemble and


disassemble of
computer systems
and cabling.

16
hours

1.4 Reformatting and


installing operating
system and device
driver as well as
application
software.
1.5 Network cable

16
hours

16

____________________________

Trainees Signature
Industry Supervisors Signature
Learning
Task/Activity
Date
Instructors
Required
Accomplished
Remarks
RENEL P. Outcome
CUARESMA
1.3 Install the
1.3Assemble
80 HOURS
computer
and
November
systems
and
disassemble
Date
Date
Rating
Trainees 1, Supervisors
Competent
2014
networks
Started
Finished of computer
Initial
Initial
hardware
systems and
cabling.
October
27,
October
28,
Competent
1.4 Install
1.4Reformattin
2014
operating 2014, g and
system,
installing
application
operating
October 29, October 30, Competent
program
system and
2014
2014
software and
device driver
device drivers
as well as
application
software.
October 31, November
Competent
1.5Perform
1.5Network
2014
1, 2014
systematic
cable
inspection
troubleshooti
and apply
ng.
November
November
Competent
specific
2, 2014
testing 3, 2014
procedures to
isolate and
remedy
installation
November
Competent
troublesNovember

November 3,
2014

Competent

November 5,
2014

Competent

troubleshooting.

hours

4, 2014

5, 2014

80 hrs

Total

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.

SUPERVISED INDUSTRY TRAINING OR ON THE JOB


TRAINING EVALUATION FORM
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 Partners of Thompson Christian School. Please check ( ) the appropriate box
corresponding to your rating for each question asked. The results of this evaluation shall serve as a basis for improving the design
and management of the SIT in TCS 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
No.

Question
INSTITUTIONAL EVALUATION

Has Thompson Christian School conduct an orientation about the SIT / OJT program,
the requirements and preparations needed and its expectations?

Ratings
1

NA

Has Thompson Christian School provided the necessary assistance such as referrals or
recommendations in finding the company for your OJT?

Has Thompson Christian School coordination with the industry partner in the design
and supervision of your SIT / OJT?

Has your in-school training adequate to undertake Industry partner assignment and its
challenges?

Has Thompson Christian School monitored your progress in the Industry?

Has the supervision been effective in achieving your OJT objectives and providing
feedbacks when necessary?

Did Thompson Christian School conduct assessment of your SIT / OJT program upon
completion?

Were you provided with the results of the Industry and Thompson Christian Schools
assessment of your OJT?

Comments /Suggestions:
The Thompson Christian School is very accommodating in the needs of the trainees.

Item
No.

Question
INDUSTRY PARTNER

Ratings
1

Was the Industry partner appropriate for your type of training required and / or
desired?

Has the Industry partner designed the training to meet your objectives and
expectations?

NA

Has the Industry partner showed coordination with Thompson Christian School in the
design and supervision of the SIT / OJT?

Has the Industry partner and its staff welcomed you and treated you with respect and
understanding?

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?

Has the Industry partner assigned a supervisor to oversee your work or training?

Was the supervisor effective in supervising you through regular meetings, consultations
and advise?

Has the training provided you with the necessary technical and administrative exposure
of real world problems and practices?

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:
Computer World Davao Incorporated provides a good avenue for the SIT exposure because it lets the trainee experience
the actual task.

Signature: _______________________________________

Printed Name: ______Renel P. Cuaresma___________

Qualification: ____Computer Hardware Servicing NC II_____

Host Industry Partner: ___Computer World Davao ____

Supervisor: _________Engr. Devorah S. Gundaya___________

Period of Training: ____________80 Hours______________

Instructor: __________Engr. Henry T. Braganza_____________

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:


This Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) made and entered into, by and
between:
THOMPSON CHRISTIAN SCHOOL (TCS) a private technology institution
located at Lopez Jaena St., Davao City represented by its Vocational School
Superintendent, Engr. RENEL P. CUARESMA, and hereinafter referred to as
TCS;
and
COMPUTER WORLD DAVAO INC., a non-stock, non-profit corporation with
address at Davao City represented by herein by its Executive Director,
ROGENA T. BRAGANZA, and hereinafter referred to as CWDI.
WITNESSETH:
WHEREAS, the TCS, in pursuit of its mission to help the unemployed
individuals by providing them with quality education that will give them
employable technical skills and proper work ethics;
WHEREAS, CWDI, as the social development arm of the Computer World
companies in the Philippines has the necessary experience and expertise in
managing programs that facilitates the provision of industrial and
entrepreneurial skills training for the disadvantaged sector;
NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the above premises, both
parties hereby agree as follows:
A. NATURE AND SCOPE OF PARTNERSHIP
1. TCS and CWDI will work as partners in the technical training of
trainees in Computer Hardware Servicing NC-II.
2. TCS and CWDI commit to enable the student-trainees to qualify at
least for the entry-level job requirement in industries.

3. TCS and CWDI shall follow the training program registered in the
UTPRAS including its duration (10 days daily) and schedule.
Training shall start on October 27, 2014.

B. FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES TCS


1. Exercise general supervision over the training program.
2. Designate a coordinator who will closely monitor the training
program.
3. Conduct mandatory assessment of trainees.
4. Issue certificate of training to graduates of the program.
5. Undertake such other functions to ensure the success of the
program.

C. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ESTABLISMENT/INDUSTRY


1. Ensure that necessary abilities and knowledge for the trainees to
achieve the purpose of the training are imparted to him/her and
shall provide such training systematically in accordance with the
approved training plans
2. Appoint a training officer to implement the training plan.
3. Make available free of charge the consumable materials, basic hand
tools and equipment necessary for the training.
4. Require the trainee to attend his/her in-school training.
5. Require the trainee to keep his/her report book up-to-date and
inspect such book.
6. Ensure that the trainee is encouraged to develop his/her potential/
skills and that he/she is protected from physical and moral
damage.
7. Entrust to the trainee such job as are related to the purpose of the
training and are commensurate with his capabilities.
8. Pay the trainees daily allowance or its equivalent.

D. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

1. The parties pledge to cooperate with each other and to perform


their respective obligations under the Agreement.
2. In case of injury resulting from an accident related to the training,
TCS liability shall be limited to the schools accident insurance
plan.
3. This agreement may be amended or modified only through a
written instrument duly signed and executed by the parties. This
Memorandum of Agreement will commence upon signing.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have signed this Memorandum of


Agreement this October 25, 2014 at Davao City, Philippines.
Thompson Christian School

Computer World Davao, Inc.

By:

By:

RENEL P. CUARESMA, TCS

EDGARDO A. AMBOY

Vocational School Superintendent

Executive Director

WITNESSED BY:

Engr. JUNAR R. LAPAS


Vocational Instruction Supervisor

_________________________