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Questions to probe the candidates underpinning knowledge

Extension/Reflection Questions Yes No
1. How will determine the training needs of your trainees?
-To determine the training needs of the trainees, we can base it from the Competency-
based curriculum because it contains the competency standards required to attain
competency with their desired qualification.

2. What are the Principles of Competency based Training? Give 5 and explain each
- 1. Training is based on curriculum developed from the competency standards
- 2. Learning is competency-based or modular in structure
- 3. Training delivery is individualized and self-paced
- 4. Training is based on work that must be performed
- 5. Training materials are directly related to the competency standards and the curriculum

3. Enumerate and explain 4 adult learning principles
- Learner Motivation (Adult learner must want to learn)
- Learner Orientation (Adult learner will learn only what they want to learn)
- Experience (Adult learn comparing their past experience with the new experience)
- Orientation to learning (Adult learner wants their learning to be practical)
-Dispositional Barrier (Adult try to avoid failure)

4. What is a session plan?
- A session is clear and simply written guide for trainers in conducting sessions or modules.

5. What is the main basis of the contents in your session plan?
- The learning contents in the session plan are based on the learning outcomes.
In identifying the learning contents we must consider:
1. Summarize the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be covered
2. Present the learning content in small chunks of information
3. Arrange the learning content logically

6. What are your bases in sequencing the learning events or activities in your session plan?
- The sequencing of the learning events must be based on the HEIRARCHY OF LEARNING.
1. Verbal Information
2. Intellectual skills
3. Cognitive Strategies
4. Attitudes
5. Motor Skills

7. What are the factors should you consider in choosing the training methods?
- 1. Learning Objectives
2. Trainers
3. Content
4. Participants
5. Training Techniques
6. Time
7. Cost
8. Space, Equipment, and Materials

8. What are the characteristics of a good information sheet?
1. Free from violation of copyright law
2. Contains information essential to the attainment of learning outcomes
3. Has a title that gives some idea of the coverage of the sheet
4. Approach in terms of content and presentation is appropriate to the interest and
reading level of the learner
5. The layout, text, and drawings are attractive in appearance and legible

6. Has uncommon terms marked for further defining
7. Has acknowledgement per copied part of the sheet
9. What are the elements of a good performance objective?
Performance object should be SMART:
S Specific
M Measurable
A Achievable
R - Relevant
T Time Bounded

10. What is the purpose of preparing an evidence plan?
1. Serve as planning tool
2. Support the assessment process
3. Assist with the collection of evidence
4. Informs the learner what is expected of them before they begin the assessment
5. Serve as a guide for the trainer to determine the assessment method to be used.

11. What is the basis of your evidence requirements in you evidence plan?
- The basis for the evidence requirements are knowledge, skills, attitudes, and critical
aspects of the competency standards

12. How do you characterize a good actual CBT layout?
- Safe, Accessible, Complete Components, Aligned with competencies of the qualification,
well sequenced

Contingency Questions
13. When is observation method more appropriate than demonstration method?
- Observation method is appropriate when you need to observe the performance of the
skill on the actual job site whereas demonstration method is appropriate when you only
ask the trainee to perform a task then you evaluate.

14. How do you plan for trainees with different learning styles?
- Give them activities which will be fitted to the kind of learning styles they preferred

15. What will you do if a trainee claims that he has evidences that show his competence on
most of the competencies of the qualification he is training on?
- By identifying the training gaps of the trainee and the units of competency through
certificates from his/her previous employer

Job Role/Environment Questions
16. How do you plan for skills practice of your trainees?
- Using the session plan you can see the required skills practice for the trainees

17. When can you conclude that a trainee is competent?(four dimensions of competency)
- Through assessments you can conclude if the trainee is competent:
1. Written Test
2. Performance Test
3. Interview or Questioning

18. How do you ensure the validity / reliability of your test items?
- To ensure the validity/reliability of the test items we must consider the factors in
developing the questions

Safety Questions
19. When preparing your shop layout, how do you plan for the safety of your trainees?
- In preparing the shop layout it is important to plan the safety of the trainees. To ensure
the safety of the trainees we can follow the correct building code form the BFP and we can
also put first aid kits inside the workshop and most importantly follow the Training
Regulations required on a qualification.