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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
PUBLIC TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Course Design ..................................................................................... 1 Course Structure ................................................................................ 2 Assessment Method: ........................................................................... 5 Course Delivery (Methodology): ............................................................ 5 Trainers Qualifications: ....................................................................... 5 Resources: .......................................................................................... 6 Training Facilities:............................................................................... 7 Module Sequencing ............................................................................. 8 Acknowledgments ............................................................................... 9 SECOND YEAR ....................................................................................13 Applying Safety Measures In Farm .................................................... 14 Lo1. Determine Areas Of Concern In Farm Operations For Safety Measures ...............................................................15 Lo2. Apply Appropriate Safety Measures ........................................16 Lo3. Safekeep / Dispose Tools, Materials And Outfit......................17 Using Farm Tools And Equipment ..................................................... 18 Lo1. Select And Use Farm Tools ....................................................19 Lo2. Select And Operate Farm Equipment .....................................20 Lo3. Perform Preventive Maintenance ............................................21 Performing Estimation And Basic Calculation .................................... 22 Lo1. Perform Estimation ................................................................23 Lo2. Perform Basic Workplace Calculation.....................................24 Applying Basic First Aid .................................................................... 25 Lo1. Assess The Situation .............................................................26 Lo2. Apply Basic First Aid Techniques ...........................................27 Lo3. Communicate Details Of The Incidents ..................................28 Conducting Pre-Operational Aquaculture Activities ........................... 29 Lo1. Prepare Tools, Equipment And Aquaculture Facilities ............30 Lo2. Determine Water Parameters .................................................31 Lo3. Secure Pond Facilities ...........................................................32 THIRD YEAR .......................................................................................33 Evaluating Site For Aquaculture Facilities ......................................... 34 Lo1. Evaluate Site For Fishponds..................................................35 Lo2. Evaluate Suitable Site For Fish Pens And Fish Cages ............36 Lo3. Evaluate Site For Tank Construction .....................................37 Drawing The Lay-Out Plan For Aquaculture ...................................... 38 Lo1. Draw The Layout Plan Of A Fishpond ....................................39 Lo2. Design A Tank For Culturing Fish .........................................40 Lo3. Draw The Layout Of Fish Pen And Fish Cages .......................41 Constructing Aquaculture Facilities................................................... 42 Lo1. Construct Fishpond ..............................................................43 Lo2. Construct Fish Tanks............................................................44 Lo3. Construct Fish Pens And Fish Cages .....................................45 ii

FOURTH YEAR ....................................................................................46 Operating Fish Nursery ..................................................................... 47 Lo1. Prepare Nursery Pond ...........................................................48 Lo2. Stock Fish In Nursery Pond ...................................................49 Lo3. Perform Feeding And Monitor Water Quality ..........................50 Lo4. Monitor Diseases And Implement Treatment .........................51 Lo5. Harvest And Adopt Proper Post Harvest Handling ...................52 Performing Fish/Shrimp Grow-Out Operations.................................. 53 Lo1. Prepare Grow-Out Facilities ..................................................54 Lo2. Stocking Of Fingerlings .........................................................56 Lo3. Stock Sampling .....................................................................57 Lo4. Perform Feeding Operations ..................................................58 Lo5. Maintain Good Water Quality ................................................59 Lo6. Perform Common Disease Diagnosis And Treatment..............60 Lo7. Harvest Stocks And Handle Post-Harvest Technology ............61

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COURSE DESIGN
COURSE TITLE NOMINAL DURATION : : AQUACULTURE NCII 1230 Hours NCII This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and right attitudes of an individual in the field of Aquaculture NC II in accordance with the industry standards. It covers the basic, common and core competencies in assisting aquaculture operations, preparing and maintaining aquaculture facilities, operating fish nursery, performing fish or shrimp operations and growing seaweeds.

QUALIFICATION LEVEL : COURSE DESCRIPTION :

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Candidates / Trainees must possess the following qualifications: Can communicate in both oral and written form Physically and mentally fit With good moral character Can perform basic mathematical computation

COURSE STRUCTURE
SECOND YEAR Unit of Competency Apply safety measures in farm operations Module Title Applying safety measures in farm operations Learning Outcome Determine areas of concern in farm operations for safety measures Apply appropriate safety measure Safekeep/dispose tools, materials and outfit Use farm tools Using farm tools and equipment and equipment Select and use farm tools Select and operate farm equipment Perform preventive maintenance Perform Performing estimation and estimation and basic basic calculation calculation Apply basic first aid Applying basic first aid Perform estimation Perform basic workplace calculations Assess the situation Apply basic first aid technique Communicate details of the incidents Conduct preoperational aquaculture activities Conducting preoperational aquaculture activities Prepare tools, equipment and aquaculture facilities Determine water quality parameters Suggested No. of Hours 10

20 15 10 30 10 13 12 3 7 10 50

50

THIRD YEAR Unit of Competency Evaluate site for aquaculture facilities Module Title Evaluating site for aquaculture facilities Learning Outcome Evaluate site for fish ponds Select a suitable site for fish pens and fish cages Evaluate site for fish tanks Draw the layout Drawing the plan layout plan for aquaculture facilities Draw the layout plan of fish pond Design a tank for culturing fish Draw the layout of fish pen and fish cages Construct aquaculture facilities Constructing aquaculture facilities Construct fish pond Construct fish tank Constructing fish pen and fish cage Suggested No. of Hours 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 60

FOURTH YEAR Unit of Competency Operate fish nursery Module Title Operating fish nursery Learning Outcome Prepare nursery pond Stock fish in nursery pond Perform feeding and monitor water quality Monitor fish disease and implement treatment Harvest and adopt proper post-harvest handling Perform fish/shrimp grow-out operations Performing fish/shrimp grow-out operations Prepare grow-out facilities Stock fingerlings Stock sampling Perform feeding operations Maintain good water quality Perform common disease diagnosis and treatment Harvest stocks and post-harvest handling Suggested No. of Hours 50 50 50 40

50

40 40 40 50 40 40

50

ASSESSMENT METHOD: Upon completion of each module, the learners will be assessed through the following methods: Direct observation Demonstration and interview Written examination Oral examination Third party report Direct questioning Record keeping Portfolio Group work

COURSE DELIVERY (METHODOLOGY): Demonstration Lecture Discussion Dual Training Self-paced instruction Survey Film viewing Group discussion Field trip Group work

TRAINERS QUALIFICATIONS: Must be a holder of NC II Must have undergone training on Assessors Methodology Training Methodology II (AM TM II) and Assessors Methodology Must be computer literate Must be physically and mentally fit *Must have at least 5 years job/industry experience Must be a civil service eligible (for government position or appropriate professional license issued by the Professional Regulatory Commission)

* Optional. Only when required by the hiring institution.

RESOURCES: TOOLS Scoop nets Basins Buckets Secchi disc Carpentry tools Bolo Plankton nets Fiberglass Digging blade Shovel Crow bar Raft Suspension net Plastic pail Gill net Styrofoam boxes Eckman dredge Laboratory thermometer Rake Cutting Tools Safety shoes Netting needle Calculator Feed container Hand gloves Seine net Globe Dissecting set Drawing instrument Fish Grader Flashlight Forceps Lab gown EQUIPMENT Water Pump Weighing scale Water current meter pH meter DO meter Refractometer/salinometer Aerator/paddle wheel Engineers transit Survey equipment Microscope Water gauge Canvass Oxygen tank Demand feeder Medical kit Motorized boat Generator Vehicle Storage tool cabinet MATERIALS Water pipe Common nails Concrete nails Drawing table Ruler T-square Pencil Drawing pad Bamboo Wooden pot Strings Brass peg Cloths Sinkers Coal tar Lime Fertilizer Polyethylene bag Pesticides Lumber Disinfectant Formalin Salt Polyethylene rope Tying materials Tracing paper Therapeutic chemicals Reference books Instructional manuals Brochure Map Tide calendar Model of different pond design Layout plan CD Slides Pamphlet Coupon bond Tea seed cake

TRAINING FACILITIES: 1. Permanent building Hatchery/nursery Learning resource center/classroom 2. Experimental pond area 3. Concrete tanks 4. Experimental cage and pen site 5. Working tables

MODULE SEQUENCING No. Unit of Competency No. Basic Competencies 1 Participate in Work Place Communication 2 Work in Team Environment 3 Practice Career Professionalism 4 Practice Occupational Health and Safety Procedures Common Competencies 1 Apply Safety Measures in Farm Operations 2 Use Farm Tools and Equipment 3 Perform Estimation and Basic Calculations 4 Apply Basic First Aid Core Competencies 1 Conduct Preoperational Aquaculture Activities 2 Prepare and Maintain Aquaculture Facilities 1 2 3 4 Module Title Participate in Workplace Communication Working in Team Environment Practicing Career Professionalism Practicing Occupational Health and Safety Procedures Applying Safety Measures in Farm Operations Using Farm Tools and Equipment Performing Estimation and Basic Calculations Applying Basic First Aid
Nominal Duration (Hrs) Prerequisite Modules

50 50 50 50

1 2 3 4 1

45 50 25 20 140

3 4

Operate Fish Nursery Perform Fish or Shrimp Grow-out Operations

Conducting Preoperational Aquaculture Activities 2.1 Evaluating Site for Aquaculture Facilities 2.2 Drawing the Layout Plan for Aquaculture Facilities 2.3 Constructing Aquaculture Facilities 3 Operating Fish Nursery 4 Operating Fish or Shrimp Grow-out

120 130 2.1

160 240 300

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Aquaculture groups of the Department of Education (DepEd) from the different participating regions wish to extend appreciation to the Technical Skills Development Authority (TESDA) for having shared their expertise in the development of the Technical Vocational Education (TVE) Secondary Program Curriculum. This has enhanced the Technical Vocational (TECVOC) School. We hope that the additional inputs we made will contribute to the mobilization of the learning process to make the learners competitive in the whole world. We look forward to the complete development of this Strengthened Curriculum as well as the full implementation to come through.
Writers: Salvador A. Navarro Solana Fresh Water Fishery School Iraga Solana, Cagayan Region II Norberto B. Robles Tanauan School of Fisheries Ambulong, Tanauan City (Batangas) Region IV-A Iluminada G. Lorico Ragay National Agriculture and Fishery School Liboro Ragay, Camarines Sur Region V Crizah Flor M. Armamento Muntinlupa Business High School Muntinlupa City NCR Teresita C. Ramirez Malolos Marine Fishery School and Laboratory Malolos, Bulacan Region III Ronaldo S. Manahan Malolos Marine Fishery School and Laboratory Malolos, Bulacan Region III Co-writers: Santiago L. Baocc Ilocos Norte Agricultural College Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte Region I Aurelio A. Divinagracia DepEd Division Office Davao del Norte Region XI Fidelina L. Guillermo Jones Rural School Jones, Isabela Region II Fernando B. Palma Negros Occidental National AgroIndustrial School of Home Industries Negros Occidental Region VI Facilitators: Nestor R. Pascua Marcos Agro-Industrial School TESDA, Marcos Ilocos Norte Region I Alfredo A. Descallan TESDA-Dipolog School of Fisheries Olingan, Dipolog City (Zamboanga del Norte) Region IX

Finalization of Competency-Based Curriculum and Contextual Learning Matrix Development Academy of the Philippines, Tagaytay City February 4 8, 2008
Writers: Salvador A. Navarro Rustico L. Victoria Solana Fresh Water Fishery School Malolos Marine Fishery School & Laboratory Iraga Solana, Cagayan Malolos, Bulacan Region II Region III Arnel N. Castillo Eliseo T. Caseres Solana Fresh Water Fishery School Malolos Marine Fishery School & Laboratory Iraga Solana, Cagayan Malolos, Bulacan Region II Region III Evelyn G. Velasquez Binmaley School of Fisheries Binmaley Pangasinan Region I Facilitators Exmundo F. Forteza Malolos Marine Fishery School & Laboratory City of Malolos, (Bulacan) Region III Demetria L. Manuel Chief, Educational Information Division TechVoc Project Coordinator DepEd Central Office Hadjilaine C. David Binmaley School of Fisheries Binmaley Pangasinan Region I

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STRENGTHENED TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL CURRICULUM REFINEMENT AND FINALIZATION Review Panel for FISH CULTURE and FISH CAPTURE

NORBERTO B. ROBLES Technologist Tanauan School of Fisheries Ambulong, Tanauan City, Batangas MA. JOSEFINA BUENO LUNA Communication (English) E. Rodriguez Vocational High School Nagtahan, Sampaloc Manila MA. LENALYN QUIONES MANZANO Science and Technology E. Rodriguez Vocational High School Nagtahan, Sampaloc Manila

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT
With due respect and recognition, we the teachers assigned to work on the CLM, CBC and Modules of the Fish Culture, wish to convey our appreciation and gratitude the Tech-Voc Task Force of DepED for giving us the opportunity to take part in the Refinement and Enrichment of Competency-Based Curriculum and Contextual Learning Matrix of Arts and Trade, Agriculture and Fishery. With high hopes, we look forward to a strengthened Technical-Vocational Education of the country, through the development and production of functional instructional materials such as this. WRITERS
SALVADOR A. NAVARRO Solana Freshwater Fishery School Iraga, Solana, Cagayan Region II (Fish Culture) FEMIA C. DAGUNA Ilocos Norte Regional School of Fisheries La Paz, Laoag City Region I (Fish Culture) REGINO S. SARMIENTO, JR. Tanauan School of Fisheries Ambulong, Tanauan City, Batangas Region IV-A (Fish Culture) ELISEO T. CASERES Malolos Marine Fishery School and Laboratory Malolos City, Bulacan Region III (Fish Culture) CECILIO D. PERALTA
Project Development and Evaluation Division

FELICIDAD D. ZACARIAS Reina Mercedes Vocational & Industrial School Reina Mercedes, Isabela Region II (English) ROMHEL C. ODTOHAN AFG Bernardino Memorial Trade School Marilao, Bulacan Region III (English) ANALISA ROSA P. LIBRADA San Pedro Relocation Center National High School San Pedro, Laguna Region IV-A (Mathematics) MAURICIO M. CATAN Tanauan School of Craftsmanship and Home Industries Tanauan, Leyte Region VIII (Mathematics) MERY ROSE R. MATIC San Rafael National Trade School San Rafael, Bulacan Region III (Science)

Office of Planning Service Department of Education (Encoder)

DR. ESTRELITA EVANGELISTA


Assistant Director III (Retired) Bureau of Secondary Education DepED Central Office Consultant (English)

RENATO A. BERMAS
Rinconada National Technical Vocational School Iriga City, Region V Consultant (Fishery)

TECH-VOC Task Force/Secretariat

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MODULES OF INSTRUCTION

Second Year

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COMMON COMPETENCY
QUALIFICATION TITLE : UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE : AQUACULTURE NC-II Apply safety measures in farm operations Applying safety measures in farm operations This module covers the knowledge, skills and right attitudes required to perform safety measures effectively and efficiently. It includes identifying areas, tools, materials time and place in performing safety measures. 45 hours

MODULE DESCRIPTION :

NOMINAL DURATION

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module the students/trainees must be able to: LO1. determine areas of concern in farm operations for safety Measures; LO2. apply appropriate safety measures; and LO3. safekeep / dispose tools, materials and outfit.

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LO1. Determine Areas Of Concern In Farm Operations For Safety Measures ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Work tasks are identified. 2. Time and places for safety measures are determined. 3. Appropriate tools, materials and outfits in farm operations are prepared. CONTENTS: Safety measures

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Tools (wrenches, screw driver, pliers) Materials (bottle, plastic, bags) Outfit (masks, gloves, boots, overall coats, hat, goggles) Hand-outs / Manuals

METHODOLOGIES: Demonstration Lecture / discussion

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Return demonstration Oral questioning

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LO2. Apply Appropriate Safety Measures ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Tools and materials are identified and used according to specification and procedures. 2. Outfits are worn according to farm requirements and specifications. 3. Effectiveness/shelf life/ manufacturing and expiration date of materials are strictly observed. 4. Safety procedures are known and safe work requirements are followed. 5. Hazards in the workplace are identified and reported in line with farm guidelines. CONTENTS: Safety measures

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Learning guide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Signages

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture / Discussion Written output Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Performance with RUBRICS

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LO3. Safekeep / Dispose Tools, Materials And Outfit

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Tools and outfit are cleaned after use and stored in designated areas. 2. Materials are properly labeled and stored according to manufacturers recommendations and requirements. 3. Waste materials are disposed according to manufacturers, government and farm requirements. CONTENTS: Tools, materials and outfit for safety measures Ways of water disposal

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Farm equipment Stock room/storage areas/warehouse Tools, materials and outfits

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture and discussion Demonstration Project visit/Field trip Group discussion Brainstorming

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written output Oral/interview

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QUALIFICATION TITLE : UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

AQUACULTURE NC-II Use farm tools and equipment Using farm tools and equipment This module covers the knowledge, skills and right attitude required in using farm tools and equipment. It includes selection, operation, and preventive maintenance of farm tools and equipment. 50 hours

MODULE DESCRIPTION:

NOMINAL DURATION

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module, the trainees/students must be able to: LO1. select and use farm tools; LO2. select and operate farm equipment; and LO3. perform preventive maintenance.

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LO1. Select And Use Farm Tools ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Appropriate farm tools are identified according to requirement/use. 2. Farm tools are checked and defective tools are reported in accordance with the farm procedures. 3. Appropriate tools and equipment are safely used according to job requirements and manufacturers recommendation. CONTENTS: Kinds of farm tools and equipment and their uses CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: CBLM Farm Equipment such as: engine, water pumps, sprayer Farm tools Operational manual of equipment

METHODOLOGIES: Modular Instruction Demonstration Lecture/Discussion Dual Training Self-paced instruction Project-Based Instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration with rubrics scoring Written test

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LO2. Select and Operate Farm Equipment ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Appropriate farm equipment are identified. 2. Instructional manual of the farm tools and equipment are carefully read prior to operation. 3. Pre-operation check-up is conducted in line with the manufacturers manual. 4. Faults in farm equipment are identified and reported in line with farm procedures. 5. Farm equipment are used according to their functions. 6. Safety procedures are followed. CONTENTS: Ways of operating farm equipment. Instructional materials of farm tools and equipment.

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: CBLM Operating manual Farm equipment (water pump, engine, knapsack sprayer)

METHODOLOGIES: Modular Instruction Demonstration Lecture/Discussion Dual training Self-paced instruction Project-based instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Observation/Demonstration Written test

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LO3. Perform Preventive Maintenance ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Tools and equipment are cleaned immediately after use in line with farm procedures. 2. Routine check-up and maintenance are performed. 3. Tools and equipment are stored in designated areas in line with farm procedures. CONTENTS: Ways of maintaining tools and equipment How to keep farm tools and equipment

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: CBLM Lubricants Fluids Maintenance tools

METHODOLOGIES: Modular Instruction Lecture/Demonstration Discussion Dual training Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration Written test

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QUALIFICATION TITLE : UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

AQUACULTURE NC-II Perform Estimation and Basic Calculation Performing Estimation and Basic Calculation This module covers the knowledge, skills and right attitude required to perform basic estimation and calculation in the workplace. 25 hours

MODULE DESCRIPTION:

NOMINAL DURATION

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module, the trainees/students must be able to: LO1. perform estimation; and LO2. perform basic workplace calculation.

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LO1. Perform Estimation ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Job requirements are identified from written or oral communication. 2. Quantities of materials and resources required to complete a work task are estimated. 3. The time needed to complete a work activity is estimated. 4. Estimation of materials / resources and time needed are reported to appropriate authority. CONTENTS: Measurement Analysis Basic mathematical operation

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: CBLM Paper Pencil Calculator Measuring Instrument (i.e. tape measure) Price list of materials

METHODOLOGIES: Problem Solving Modular Instruction Lecture/Demonstration Discussion Dual training Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration with Rubrics scoring Written test Oral test

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LO2. Perform Basic Workplace Calculation ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Calculation to be made is identified according to job requirements. 2. System and unit of measurements and conversions to be used are ascertained. 3. Accurate calculation needed to complete a work task is performed using the four basic mathematical operations. 4. Calculation of mixed fraction, proper and improper fraction and percentage and conversion are performed. CONTENTS: Procedures in calculation Conversion tables

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: CBLM Calculator Metric System and its equivalent to English system table Paper Pencil

METHODOLOGIES: Problem Solving Modular Instruction Lecture/Demonstration Discussion Dual Training Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration and interview Written test

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QUALIFICATION TITLE : UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

AQUACULTURE NC-II Apply Basic First Aid Applying Basic First Aid This module covers the knowledge, skills and right attitude required for the provision of essential first aid in recognizing and responding to an emergency using basic life support measures. 20 hrs.

MODULE DESCRIPTION:

NOMINAL DURATION

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module the trainees/students must be able to: LO1. assess the situation; LO2. apply basic first aid technique; and LO3. communicate details of the incident.

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LO1. Assess The Situation

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Physical hazards to his own as well as others health and safety are identified. 2. Immediate risk to self and health and safety of the casualty are minimized by controlling the hazards in accordance with the Occupational Health Service (OHS) requirements. 3. Casualties, vital signs and physical conditions are assessed in accordance with the workplace procedures. 4. Signs and precautions on safety measures are practiced. CONTENTS: Safety measures and precautions Ways of controlling hazards

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: CBLM Brochures on first aid policies and procedures Casualtys, vital sign and physical condition Signs on safety measures and precautions

METHODOLOGIES: Modular Instruction Demonstration Discussion/Lecture Dual training Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration/simulation Written test

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LO2. Apply Basic First Aid Techniques

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. First aid management is provided in accordance with established first aid procedures. 2. Casualty is reassured in a caring and calm manner and made comfortable using available resources. 3. First aid assistance is sought from others in a timely and appropriate manner. 4. Casualties condition is monitored and responded to in accordance with effective first aid principles and work place procedures. 5. Details of casualtys physical condition and changes in conditions are accurately recorded in line with organizational procedures. 6. Casualty management is finalized according to casualtys needs and first aid principle. CONTENTS: First Aid Management Ways of caring casualty First aid assistance First aid principle

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: CBLM First aid materials and equipment Communication equipment Workplace documentation

METHODOLOGIES: Modular Lecture/Demonstration Discussion Dual training Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Performance with Rubrics scoring Written Test 27

LO3. Communicate Details Of The Incidents

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Appropriate medical assistance and relevant communications media and equipment are requested. 2. Details of casualtys condition, management activities, and emergency services/relieving personnel are accurately conveyed. 3. Reports to supervisor are prepared in a timely manner, presenting all relevant facts according to established company procedures. CONTENTS: Communication system Ways of determining casualtys condition Rules on emergency services

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: CBLM Communication system (i.e. Mobile phone, HF/VHF radio, flags, two-way radio, satellite phones, e-mail)

METHODOLOGIES: Modular Instruction Demonstration Lecture/Discussion Dual Training Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Performance with Rubrics scoring

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QUALIFICATION TITLE : UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

AQUACULTURE NC-II Conduct Pre-operational Aquaculture Activities Conducting Pre-operational Aquaculture Activities This module covers the knowledge, skills and right attitudes required to conduct preoperation of aquaculture activities including the preparation of tools and equipment. 140 hours

MODULE DESCRIPTION:

NOMINAL DURATION

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module the students will be able to: LO1. prepare tools, equipment and aquaculture facilities; LO2. determine water quality parameters; and LO3. secure pond facilities.

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LO1. Prepare Tools, Equipment And Aquaculture Facilities ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Tools, equipment and facilities are checked and cleaned. 2. Harvesting tools, net cages and frames are checked for damage and repair. 3. Aquaculture facilities are inspected and minor repairs are performed. 4. Pond preparation is conducted before stocking procedures. 5. Tanks are cleaned and disinfected following standard procedures. CONTENTS: Ways of maintaining equipment, tools and materials for aquaculture operation Ways of monitoring equipment and facilities Patterns of determining good quality of equipment, supplies and materials Procedures in preparing aquaculture facilities Ways of reporting defective tools, equipment and facilities

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Tools Scoop nets Basins Buckets Aquaculture facilities Pond Gate Nets Pipes Screen Slabs Drainage system METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Demonstration Self-paced instruction Equipment Pumps Weighing Scale Thermometer Learning Materials on: Repair and maintenance of tools Usage of thermometer Usage of weighing scale Usage of pumps

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written Test Performance test with Rubrics scoring 30

LO2. Determine Water Parameters ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Water parameters are measured in accordance with the adoptability of species to be stocked. 2. Water parameters are checked with particular species needs during cultivation. CONTENTS: Ways of monitoring water parameters Procedure in changing water How to interpret water analysis

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: pH meter DO meter Refractometer Aerator Secchi disc

METHODOLOGIES: Observation Monitoring Self-paced instruction Record keeping

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Observation and oral question Written test

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LO3. Secure Pond Facilities ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Water entrance is screened and checked to prevent entry of predators and competitors. 2. Preventive structures are installed during inclement weather conditions. 3. Tools and equipment are properly stored. CONTENTS: Methods in upkeeping facilities Preventive methods in securing aquaculture facilities Procedures in installing preventive structures

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Tools Carpentry Bolo Aquaculture Fish pond Tanks Culvert water pipes METHODOLOGIES: Self-paced learning Group work Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Practicum Written test Actual demonstration with rubrics scoring

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MODULES OF INSTRUCTION

Third Year

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QUALIFICATION TITLE : UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

AQUACULTURE NCII Evaluate Aquaculture Facilities Evaluating Site for Aquaculture Facilities This unit covers the knowledge and skills required to evaluate the site for fishponds. 120 hours

MODULE DESCRIPTION: NOMINAL DURATION :

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: LO1. Evaluate site for fishponds LO2. Evaluate suitable site for fish pens and fish cages LO3. Evaluate site for fish tanks

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LO1. Evaluate Site For Fishponds ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Site is determined for suitability based on the factors to be considered in fishpond selection. 2. Soil samples are analyzed according to soil types using an Eckman Dredge. 3. Water source is determined for volume adequacy using flow rate meter. 4. Water quality is analyzed for standard bases. 5. Proper pond elevation and good water management system are determined. CONTENTS: Factors to consider in selecting a fishpond site Soil sampling method Different water source for fishpond operation Water quality analysis and management Site evaluation result

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Transit Eckman Dredge Water Parameter Kit pH meter Thermometer

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture Actual demonstration Self-paced instruction

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Demonstration with checklist

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LO2. Evaluate Suitable Site For Fish Pens And Fish Cages

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. 2. 3. 4. Water current speed is monitored using the water current meter. Water transparency is measured by using the Secchi disc. Tide levels/flood water levels of the area are determined. Natural fish food using plankton sampling and analysis for feeding requirement is determined.

CONTENTS: Different bodies of water and its particular substrate Kinds of natural fish food Necessary species of fish Learning Guide for water current and water transparency monitoring

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Water current meter Plankton net Secchi Disk Eckman Dredge Water gauge Microscope Water samples (from different bodies of water)

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture Self-paced learning Demonstration Case study Field trip Interview

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written and Oral test Demonstration

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LO3. Evaluate Site For Tank Construction ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Water samples are analyzed using water parameter kit. 2. Water quantity is determined by water flow rate. CONTENTS: Monitoring Water Quality Parameter Life Support Facilities

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Concrete tank construction materials Fiberglass Canvass PVC Pipes Water Pump Water Sources System

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Self-paced learning Survey

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Direct observation and questioning Written test

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

Draw the Layout Plan for Aquaculture Facilities Drawing the Layout Plan for Aquaculture Facilities This module covers the knowledge, skills and right attitude required to draw the layout plan of aquaculture facilities.

MODULE DESCRIPTION:

NOMINAL DURATION:

130 hours

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module, the students should be able to: LO1. draw the layout plan for a fishpond; LO2. design a tank for culturing fish; and LO3. draw the layout plan of a fish pen and fish cages.

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LO1. Draw The Layout Plan Of A Fishpond ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Fish pond layout is drawn in scale. Specifications are stipulated in the layout plan. 2. Facilities, equipment, tools and materials are clearly specified in the proposals based on survey results. 3. Number of water pumps and ground water resource to be used and its location is determined. 4. Other fishpond facilities are planned and laid out. CONTENTS: Types of fishpond layout Scaling and specification on fish pond layout Specifications of facilities, equipment, tools and materials

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Proposed pond site Survey result Drawing table T-square ruler Scaling ruler Triangle Pencil Drawing pad

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Self-paced learning Layouting

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written Test Accomplishment report Actual layouting

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LO2. Design A Tank For Culturing Fish ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Area and depth of tank conforming to available site are selected and species of fish to be cultured are determined based on specifications. 2. The number and size of compartments based on the area of the land is determined. 3. The materials to be used are determined based on the capitalization. 4. Marks for life support on tank design are emphasized. 5. Other life supports in the layout and plan are stipulated. CONTENTS: Ways of designing tanks for breeding and for grow-out Tank construction proposal How to make program of work

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Proposed pond site Survey result Drawing table Ruler/T-square Scaling ruler Triangle Pencil Drawing pad

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Self-paced learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Accomplishment report

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LO3. Draw The Layout Of Fish Pen And Fish Cages ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Area and depth of fish pen and fish cage conforming to the available site selected are determined. 2. Materials for frame and types of net to be used are determined based on the site selected and species to be cultured. 3. Materials and cost are estimated for the chosen area. 4. Mesh size of net is determined based on available fingerlings size and species of fish in the area. 5. Other farm facilities needed for the laying out of fish pens and fish cages are identified. CONTENTS: Different shapes and dimensions of pens/cages Cultivable species to be stocked. Materials, supplies, tools and equipment and program of activities as emphasized on proposal

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Drawing table Ruler/T-square Proposed tank site Drawing pad Pencil Wooden post Strings Nets Nails Brass peg Floats and sinkers Coaltars

METHODOLOGIES: Group discussion Field trips Film Viewing

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written examination Demonstration with questioning

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UNIT OF COMPETENCY: MODULE TITLE :

Construct Aquaculture Facilities Constructing Aquaculture Facilities This module covers the knowledge, skills and right attitude required in constructing aquaculture facilities. 160 hours

MODULE DESCRIPTION:

NOMINAL DURATION

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the module, the students should be able to: LO1. construct fish pond; LO2. construct fish tanks; and LO3. construct fish pen and fish cages.

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LO1. Construct Fishpond ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Construction materials and manpower for ponds are prepared. 2. Markers and strings are laid out based on accessories specifications. 3. Different pond compartments are constructed based on specifications. 4. Accessories such as gates and pipes are properly installed based on specifications. CONTENTS: Pointers to consider in fish pond construction Cost of development estimates

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Digging blades Shovel Crowbars Bolo Running board Raft Fishpond layout/Proposal

METHODOLOGIES Lecture/Discussion Film Viewing Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Direct observation and questioning Actual construction

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LO2. Construct Fish Tanks

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Construction resources are adequately prepared. 2. Layout of facilities are implemented based on specifications. 3. Life-support system and equipment are appropriately installed. CONTENTS: Proposal on bill of materials Program of work activities

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Materials Sand Gravel Sahara Cement Reinforcement bars GI Wire #16 PVC Concrete Hollow Blocks Lumbers Nails METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Demonstration Actual constructions Tools and equipment Shovel Pail Wooden boxes Level hose Plastering tools

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Written test Direct observation and questioning Actual construction

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LO3. Construct Fish Pens And Fish Cages

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Construction resources and manpower are prepared. 2. Posts are positioned appropriately based on specification. 3. Netting materials are properly selected based on the size of the fish to be stocked. 4. Inspection for damaged nets prior to installation is conducted. 5. Floats and sinkers are properly attached based on specifications. 6. Nets to fit the frame are set up. 7. Proper placement of nets bottom is checked. CONTENTS: Preparation of materials needed in the construction of fish pen and fish cages. Selection of netting materials based on the size of the fish to be stocked Ways of sewing fish net for fish pen and fish cages Net mending and patching.

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Bamboos Wooden posts Strings Nets Nails Brass peg Floats and sinkers Coal tar

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Film Viewing Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Actual construction of cages and nets Written test Performance test using RUBRIC Direct questioning 45

MODULES OF INSTRUCTION

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COURSE TITLE

AQUACULTURE NCII Operate Fish Nursery Operating Fish Nursery This module covers the knowledge, skills and right attitudes required to manage and operate a nursery pond. 240 hours

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

MODULE DESCRIPTION:

NOMINAL DURATION

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module the students will be able to: LO1. prepare nursery pond; LO2. stock fish in nursery pond; LO3. perform feeding and monitor water quality; LO4. monitor fish disease and implement treatment; and LO5. harvest and adopt proper post harvest handling.

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LO1. Prepare Nursery Pond ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Drying pond until cracking stage is attained based on pond preparation practices. 2. Plowing, tilling and drying of soil are done repeatedly per production cycle. 3. Appropriate amount of chemical predator control is computed and applied based on the kind of predator as specified in the rate of application. 4. Appropriate mechanical control measure against predators is used based on species of fish. 5. Soil pH is analyzed for appropriate quantity of lime in accordance with the specie to be cultured. 6. Growing of natural fish food in the nursery pond prior to stocking of fish is done. CONTENTS: Kinds of nursery ponds Ways of analyzing of soil and water parameter Methods of applying chemicals for controlling predators Proper application of organic and inorganic fertilizers Procedure in allowing natural food to grow prior to stocking Tide table reading

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Nursery fish pond Lime Fertilizer Soil and water analysis kit Bailing equipment

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Demonstration Field trip Film Showing

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration/Practicum Written test Interview 48

LO2. Stock Fish In Nursery Pond ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Water parameter prior to stocking is monitored and regulated based on species requirement. 2. Handling, transporting and stocking of the species of fish to be cultured are observed according to aquaculture practices. 3. Right quantity of fry is determined based on stocking rate of the species of fish. 4. Fry is acclimatized based on water temperature and salinity. 5. Conditioning of fry to be stocked in the nursery pond is looked into based on proper handling procedures. CONTENTS: Selection of quality fry Water parameter monitoring and control Proper handling/transporting of fry and fingerlings Stocking techniques

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Instrument Procedure on acclimatizing fry Secchi disc pH meter DO meter Refractometer Instruction guide METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Demonstration Observation Tools Suspension net Plastic basin Equipment Aerator Oxygen tank

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration/Practicum Written test Interview

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LO3. Perform Feeding And Monitor Water Quality

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Feeds are processed and stored properly as per manufacturers standards. 2. Formulated feed is sampled and analyzed based on nutrient requirement. 3. Daily ration prior to feeding is computed based on fish biomass. 4. Proper feeding per specie needs is observed based on their feeding requirement. 5. Water quality for the growth of natural food is maintained. 6. Regular changing of water is conducted based on water condition. CONTENTS: Preparing, processing and storing fish feeds. Ways of sampling and analyzing formulated feed for feed ration. Methods of computing daily feed ration. Procedures of changing water regularly to maintain the good water quality

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Water parameter kit Fertilizer Weighing scale Demand feeder Formulated feeds

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Individual work

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Observation Interview Skills demonstrations with rubrics scoring

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LO4. Monitor Diseases And Implement Treatment ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Disease is periodically observed and monitored according to symptoms manifested. 2. Prevention and control of disease and parasite occurrence is conducted based on accepted practices. 3. Appropriate treatment is determined per species of cultured fish. CONTENTS: Identifying fish diseases and its symptoms Procedures on observing, preventing and safeguarding disease and parasite occurrences. Ways of determining appropriate treatment.

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Pipette Water Monitoring Kit Medical Kit Scoop nets

METHODOLOGIES: Observation Assigned work/activities

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Record keeping Diagnosis and treatment with checklist

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LO5. Harvest And Adopt Proper Post Harvest Handling ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Timely harvest is scheduled per cropping period. 2. Supplies and materials required in the harvest operation are prepared. 3. Capture and handling procedures to maintain good quality of fish fingerlings during harvest are observed based on accepted standards. 4. Conditioning, grading, counting, packing, live fish-handling and transporting are initiated properly according to sizes of fish. CONTENTS: Tips on scheduling for timely harvest Ways on preparing supplies and materials required in the harvest operation Procedure in observing, capturing and handling during harvest Proper ways of initiating the conditioning, grading, counting, packing and live fish-handling and transport

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Seine net (fine net) Basin Aerator Oxygen tank Polyethylene bag Conditioning tanks Rubber bands

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Group work Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Group work with assessment guide (RUBRIC) Observation Interview

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COURSE TITLE

AQUACULTURE NCII Perform Fish/Shrimp Grow-out Operations Performing Fish/Shrimp Grow-out Operations This module covers the knowledge, skills required to perform fish or crustacean growout operations like the preparation of growout facilities, stocking, undertake grow-out farming procedures and harvest. 300 hours

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : MODULE TITLE :

MODULE DESCRIPTION:

NOMINAL DURATION

SUMMARY OF OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this module, trainees/students should be able to: LO1. prepare grow-out facilities; LO2. stock fingerlings; LO3. stock sampling; LO4. perform feeding operations; LO5. maintain good water quality; LO6. perform common disease diagnosis and treatment; and LO7. harvest stocks and handle post harvest technology.

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LO1. Prepare Grow-Out Facilities ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Ponds 1. Drying the pond until cracking stage is done per cropping. 2. Application of pesticides in pond is conducted to eliminate predators according to aquaculture practices. 3. Application of lime to neutralize soil pH is done based on soil and water acidity. Pens and Cages 4. Setting up of frames is properly done. 5. Net mesh, fabricated into cages is determined and installed to cage frame according to sizes of fish to be cultured. Fish Tanks 6. Tanks are cleaned, dried and disinfected according to sanitary requirements. CONTENTS: Ponds Ways of drying pond until cracking stage are attained Methods of eliminating predators by applying pesticides Tips on applying lime to elevate soil pH

Pens and Cages Frames installing and setting-up Ways of determining and fabricating net Mesh into cages and installing net to the cage frame

Fish Tanks Tips on cleaning, drying and disinfecting of fish tanks

CONDITIONS: Pesticides (environment-friendly) Lime Fertilizer (environment-friendly, organic) Prescribe nets 54

Set-up frames/lumbers/GI pipes or plastic pipes Plastic floats Tanks Disinfectants

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Demonstration Observation

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Return demonstration with rubrics scoring Practicum Portfolio assessment (log book of activities)

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LO2. Stocking Of Fingerlings ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Fingerling quality is assessed through physical characteristics and genetics. 2. Fish/crustacean fingerlings are acclimatized based on temperature and salinity requirement. 3. Schedule for the release of fingerlings is observed according to the degree of temperature and salinity required. 4. Growth of natural food is maintained based on fish requirement. CONTENTS: Sources of quality fingerlings Ways on assessing quality fingerlings Procedure on acclimatizing fingerlings before stocking Schedule for releasing of fingerlings Maintaining the growth of natural fish food

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Thermometer Polyethylene bags Video Tapes Refractometer

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Film Viewing Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Practicum/Demonstration Interview Written Test

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LO3. Stock Sampling ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Weighing of stock samples for Average Body Weight (ABW) determination and counting for survival estimates are acted upon according to number of fish stocked. 2. Stock samplings are undertaken regularly based on feeding requirements of the fish. CONTENTS: Procedures in weighing stock samples for ABW determination and counting for survival estimates Procedure in undertaking stock sampling

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Weighing scale Pail Fish sample (live) Scine net Scoop net Calculator Pencil/ballpen Notebook Basin

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Self-paced learning Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration Direct questioning with checklist Written test

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LO4. Perform feeding operations ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Quality of feeds for certain species is selected according to their feeding requirement. 2. Feeds are sampled and analyzed based on nutrient content. 3. Daily recording of feed ration is computed per stock sampling. CONTENTS: Selection of feeds based on quality and species to be fed Sampling and analyzing fish feeds Ways of computing daily feed ration and recording of given feed

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Weighing scale Feeds Pail Hand gloves Trays Gas mask

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Self-paced learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Performance test based on Rubrics Written test Interview

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LO5. Maintain Good Water Quality ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Water quality using appropriate measuring instrument is monitored according to the Standard Methods in The Analysis of Water and Waste Water. 2. Optimum water quality by changing water is maintained based on accepted aquaculture practices. 3. Amount of water is properly checked based on desirable water quality parameters. CONTENTS: Monitoring water quality using measuring instruments. Procedure in maintaining optimum water quality by changing water and bio-manipulation. Ways in determining the amount of water using the tide table.

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Water from pond pH meter Salinometer/Refractometer Water analysis kit

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Demonstration

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Questioning/Interview Written Test

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LO6. Perform Common Disease Diagnosis And Treatment ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Fish diseases are observed and monitored through physical appearance and behavioral patterns based on symptoms manifested. 2. Infected fish is sampled and diagnosed based on accepted laboratory procedures. 3. Treatment of fish infection is identified and performed. 4. Viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic diseases are prevented/ controlled according to disease prevention standards. CONTENTS: Types of fish diseases Ways of identifying and monitoring common fish diseases Process of treating fish diseases

CONDITIONS: Students/trainees must be provided with the following: Basin Infected fish Salt Formalin Disecting set Scoop net

METHODOLOGIES: Lecture/Discussion Film Viewing Self-paced learning

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Demonstration/Practicum by checklist Written test Interview

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LO7. Harvest Stocks And Handle Post-Harvest Technology ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. Ponds with harvestable stocks are seined according to size of fish. 2. Cages with marketable fish are lifted. 3. Harvested fishes are packed, transported and handled properly to the best quality according to consumers preference. CONTENTS: Methods of harvesting fish in ponds, fishpens and fish cages Performing post harvest technology for marketable fish

CONDITIONS: The following resources are needed: Seine net/gill net Styrofoam boxes/banyeras Ice/ chilling box or tank

METHODOLOGIES: Demonstration Lecture/discussion

ASSESSMENT METHODS: Return demonstration with rubric scoring Written test Interview

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