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DLIC

DIVINE LIFE INSTITUTE of CEBU, INC.

Yati, Liloan, Cebu.

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WHAT IS CBT?

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COMPETENCY-BASED TRAINING

CBT is a training delivery approach that focuses on


competency development of the learner as a result
of the training.
CBT is based on Competency Standards developed
in consultation with industry. Standards are
converted to curriculum modules.
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TRADITIONAL CBT APPROACH
• Students cover all the same • Different trainees, train for
material different competencies at the
same time.
• All students are tested at once
• Each trainee is tested when
• Very little continuous ready to demonstrate mastery.
feedback is given

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1. The training is based on the 4. Training is based on work that
curriculum developed from the must be performed
competency standards. 5. Training materials are directly
2. Learning is competency-based related to the competency
or modular in structure 6. Assessment of learners is based
in the collection of evidences of
3. Training delivery is
work performance based on
individualized and self-paced. industry or organized standards
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7. Training is based both ON and 9. The system allows for learners to
OFF the job components enter and exit programs at
8. The system allows Recognition of different times and levels and to
Prior Leaning receive an award for competencies
attained at any point
10. Approved training programs are
nationally accredited

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TRAINOR TRAINEE
 Facilitator Select what they want to learn
 Evaluator Learn at their own pace
 Diagnose and solve problems Request credit on what they already
 Assist learners to obtain rewards learn
 Assist in designing a personal plan of May choose how they want to learn
study (self-paced, small or large group)
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ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS ASSEMBLY AND SERVICING
NCII

RESTE L. BELLEN
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COMPETENCY STANDARDS

Basic Competencies
Common Competencies
Core Competencies

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BASIC COMPETENCIES

Participate in workplace communication


Work in team environment
Practice career professionalism
Practice occupational health and safety procedures

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COMMON COMPETENCIES

Apply Quality Standards


Perform Computer Operations
Perform Mensuration and Calculation
Prepare and Interpret Technical Drawing
Terminate and Connect Electrical Wiring and
Electronic Circuits
Test Electronic Components
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CORE COMPETENCIES

Assemble Electronic Products


Service Consumer Electronic Products
Service Industrial Electronic Products and Systems

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WHAT IS COMPETENCY?

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COMPETENCY

The position and application of knowledge, skills


and attitudes to perform work activities to the
standard expected in the workplace.
Involves applying of knowledge, skills and attitudes
to perform work activities to the standard expected
in the workplace.
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DIMENSIONS OF COMPETENCY
Task Skill – being able to do the job
Task management Skill – knowing how and why things are
done.
Contingency management Skills – knowing what to do if
things go wrong.
Job/Role Environment Skills – in the right approach to do
a job properly and safely.
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COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING
MATERIAL
Information Sheets Performance Criteria
Self Checks Checklist

Job Sheets Task Sheets

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methodologies

Lecture Self-paced Learning


Group Discussion Application/Demonstration

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MONITORING TOOLS

Training Activity Matrix


Trainees Record Book
Trainees Progress Sheet
Progress Chart
Achievement Chart

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INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Questionnaires
Questioning Tool
Performance Evaluation Check-List
Demonstration
Self-Check
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COMPETENCY-BASED FACILITIES
Practical Work Area Trainers Resource Area
Learning Resource Area Distance Learning Area
Institutional Assessment Computer Laboratory
Contextual Learning Support Service Area
Laboratory
Quality Control Area
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AWARDING OF CERTIFICATES

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RECOMMENDATION

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FINAL MESSAGE

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