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IDOLS 05/0613

SELF-EMPLOYED RATING SHEET

TOTAL SCORE

Name of Candidate:
(Last Name) (First Name) (Middle Initial)

Region:

Instructions: Based on your assessment and using the criteria indicated in each Table, please
encircle the appropriate number of points earned by the candidate. Please provide explanation for
points earned under Remarks Column.

PART I – DOCUMENTARY (100 pts.)

A. Technical Education and Skills Development Attainment…............................20 pts.

This refers to the relevant technical education and skills development level attained by
the nominee at the time of his/her first employment.

Technical Education and Skills


Points REMARKS
Development Attainment
 National Certificate IV 20
 National Certificate III 16
 National Certificate II 12
 National Certificate I 8
 Certificate of Competency 4
Note: This must be supported by diploma or certificate. In case the nominee has several qualifications,
only the highest qualification achieved will be given points. Additional 2 points shall be given for
candidate who started TVET as his/her baseline of employment.

B. Skills Certification…………………………………………….......................……….15 pts.

Refers to employment-related National Certificate/Certificate of Competency issued by TESDA


or former NMYC and certifications awarded by other nationally/internationally recognized bodies
to an individual after passing the competency assessment and/or caused career success.

Multiple certification shall be given weight provided that their impact to career success is clearly
established.

Trade Certification Level Points REMARKS


 National Certificate IV/ More than 3 NC II 15
 National Certificate III/ 2-3 NC II 12
 National Certificate II 9
 National Certificate I 6
 COC 3
Note: This must be supported by copies of gained National Certificates or Certificate of Competencies.
Additional 2 points shall be given for any International Certificates duly certified by the issuing
association/ organization.

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C. Education and Training Programs Attended …………….………………..… …. 13 pts.

Refers to technical education and skills development related training programs attended and
Post-secondary program attended after completing the TESD program.

C.1 Higher Education…………………………………………………….5 pts.

Extent of College Education Taken Points REMARKS


 At least Nine (9) Units of Masteral Course 5
 Graduated 4
 Earned 75% of the Total Units Required of a Course 3
 Earned 50% of the Total Units Required of a Course 2
 Earned 25% of the Total Units Required of a Course 1
Note: This must be supported by a diploma, transcript of record or other supporting documents.

C.2 TESD Training (No. of training hours for the last 3 years).… 8 pts.
Number of Hours Points REMARKS
 200 hours or more 8
 150-199 hours 6
 100-149 hours 4
 99 hours and below 2
Note: Attendance to training programs must be supported by a certificate, diploma and other
supporting documents.

D. Career History (from start of his/her job to present position; his/her work for the last
three years)………….……………………………….……………….12 pts.
Category of Job Points REMARKS
Management Level/ Entrepreneur Level 12
Supervisory Level (Shop floor supervisor) 10
Technician Level (Hands on)
NC IV (performs non-routinary work that involves evaluation and analysis of 8
procedures and leadership in work activities)
NC III (performs non-routinary work that may involve problem solving/ 6
decision making and/or responsibility for others)
NC II (performs routinary works requiring substantial supervision/ guidance) 4
NC I (performs routinary work requiring very close supervision/ guidance) 2

E. Employment Generation Index…………………………………….………...............13 pts.

This shall consider the number of people employed by the nominee on a permanent or
contractual basis.

Number of Employees Points REMARKS


 20 and above 13
 15 – 19 10.4
 10 – 14 7.8
 5–9 5.2
 1–4 2.6

Note: This must be supported by a) copy of the official payroll indicating the names, position, salaries, and
other benefits such as SSS, Philhealth, etc. covering the period January –March of the current
year duly signed by all employees; and b) Business Permit.

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F. Length of Business Operation ..….……………………………………………………12 pts.

This refers to the number of years of business operation.


Number of Years in Business Points REMARKS
 9 and above 12
 7 – 8 years 9.6
 5 – 6 years 7.2
 3 – 4 years 4.8
 1 – 2 years 2.4

G. Citations and Awards ……….………………………………………………..……..……15 pts.

G.1 Membership Affiliation ……………………………………….. 5 pts.


Number of Memberships Points REMARKS
 4 or more 5
 3 4
 2 3
 1 2
This refers to the number of legitimate community organizations, of which the
nominee is an active member as certified by the organization’s authorized
representative. Membership affiliation must be related to line of work.

G.2 Skills Competition Achievements ………………………..10 pts.


Award Level Points REMARKS
 International Level 10
 National Level 9
 Regional Level 8
 Provincial Level 7
This refers to the level of participation of the individual in Skills Competition either
as competitor, coach or sponsor.

H. Innovations (Bonus applied only as a tie-breaker) ……….2 pts.

Innovation refers to any product, service or process developed or modified by an individual


using his technical expertise, which leads to a significant cost- savings.

Award Level Points REMARKS


 International Level 2
 National Level 1.5
 Regional Level 1
 Provincial Level .50
Note: This must be supported by a certificate, plaque and/or other supporting documents,
e.g. Proof of Ownership/ Intellectual Property Rights.

Assessed by:
(Signature over printed name)
Member/Chairman,
Provincial/Regional Board of Judges/
Pre-Assessor, Pre-Assessment Committee

Date:
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PART II – INTERVIEW (100 pts.)


INTERVIEW GUIDE
Rate the nominee by encircling the appropriate rating corresponding to the observable characteristics and traits displayed by the nominee.

CHARACTERISTICS & TRAITS


1. Confidence………………..20 pts. Timid, hesitant, Appears to be over Moderately Wholesomely Shows super
- does he/she seem to be uncertain of himself, easily influenced self conscious confident of himself self-confident self-assurance
hesitant, lacking in assurance, easily bluffed?
Or is he/she wholesomely self-confident and (4.00) (8.00) (12.00) (16.00) (20.00)
assured?
2. Communication Skills…….25 pts. Confused and Tends to scatter or Usually gets ideas Shows superior Exceptionally logical
- does he speak logically and convincingly or illogical to become across well ability to express and convincing
does he tend to be vague, confused or illogical? uninvolved himself
(5.00) (10.00) (15.00) (20.00) (25.00)
3. Emotional Stability………..20 pts. Over sensitive, Occasionally Well poised most of Superior self- Exceptionally
- is he/she emotionally mature? Sensitive to easily disconcerted impatient or irritated the time command poised, calm and
criticism, easily upset? Irritated or impatient good humored
when things go wrong? under stress
(4.00) (8.00) (12.00) (16.00) (20.00)
4. Appearance………………15 pts. Unprepossessing or Creates rather Suitable, Creates distinctly Impressive,
- does he/she look like a well set-up, healthy, unsuitable unfavorable acceptable favorable commands
energetic person? Well groomed or unattractive impression impression admiration
in appearance?
(3.00) (6.00) (9.00) (12.00) (15.00)
5. Over-all Impact …………. 20 pts. Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent
- Can he/she keep the judge’s attention for the
entire length of interview? Does he/she possess (4.00) (8.00) (12.00) (16.00) (20.00)
the totality of a TESDA Idol?
TOTAL

Assessed by:
(Signature over printed name)
Member/Chairman,
Provincial/Regional/National Board of Judges
Date:

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