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Sub Sector Handicraft

Job Area Batik Production
NOSS Title Batik Production Operation
Competency Unit Title Batik Sketch Making
The person who is competent in this cu shall be able to sketch batik design and idea development on the designing
process. Upon completion of this competency unit, trainees will be able to:
Learning Outcome  Identify batik sketch making requirements
 Prepare drawing materials and tools
 Produce batik sketch book
Competency Unit ID SS-100-3:2013-E01 Level 3 152 Credit Hours 15

Attitude / Safety / Training Delivery Assessment
Work Activities Related Knowledge Related Skills
Environmental Hours Mode Criteria
1. Identify batik i. Elements of design 40 Lecture i. Elements of
sketch making  Line design which
requirements  Colour includes line,
 Shape colour, shape,
 Space space, texture
 Texture and form
 Form explained as
ii. Principles of design per batik sketch
 Unity
 Harmony/
ii. Principles of
design which
 Hierarchy includes unity,
 Scale/proportion harmony/
 Dominance/ emphasis balance,
 Similarity and contrast hierarchy,
 Rythme scale/
similarity and
iii. Sketching techniques contrast and
 Hatching rythme
 Shading explained as
 Scribble per batik sketch
 Mass line making
iv. Basic fashion illustration requirements

Attitude / Safety / Training Delivery Assessment
Work Activities Related Knowledge Related Skills
Environmental Hours Mode Criteria
i. Interpret elements 16 Demonstration iii. Techniques of
of design & observation hatching,
ii. Interpret principles shading,
of design scribble and
iii. Interpret sketching mass line
techniques explained as
iv. Intepret basic per batik sketch
fashion illustration making
Attitude: requirements
i. Initiative in iv. Basic fashion
collecting illustration
information of explained as
batik fashion per batik sketch
illustration making
requirements requirements
ii. Analytical and
identifying batik

Attitude / Safety / Training Delivery Assessment
Work Activities Related Knowledge Related Skills
Environmental Hours Mode Criteria
2. Prepare i. Batik sketching methods 8 Lecture i. Dry media and
drawing  Dry media wet media
materials and - Pencil selected as per
tools - Pen batik sketch
- Colour pencil making
- Marker requirements
- Crayon ii. Drawing
 Wet media materials, tools
- Water colour and equipment
- Acrylic determined
- Indian ink iii. Drawing
- Chinese ink materials, tools
ii. Type of drawing materials and equipment
and tools confirmed in
iii. Safety requirements good working
i. Select batik 8 Demonstration condition
sketching methods & observation iv. Drawing
ii. Select drawing materials, tools
materials and tools and equipment
iii. Confirm drawing prepared as per
materials and tools requirements
iv. Arrange drawing
materials and tools Attitude:
i. Organised in
materials and

i. Adhere to

Attitude / Safety / Training Delivery Assessment
Work Activities Related Knowledge Related Skills
Environmental Hours Mode Criteria
3. Produce batik i. Type of product and idea 16 Lecture i. Type of
sketches ii. Type of motif product, idea
iii. Idea development and type of
 Layout motif described
 Motif as per batik
 Colour sketch making
 Stylise requirements
iv. Application of principles ii. Visual interest
and elements of design determined
i. Determine type of 64 Demonstration iii. Process
product and idea & observation transferring
ii. Determine type of rough idea on
motif paper applied
iii. Identify visual iv. Layout, motif,
interest colour and
iv. Transfer rough idea stylise created
on paper v. Application of
v. Develop the idea principles and
vi. Apply principles and elements of
elements of design design
vii. Present batik practiced
sketching idea vi. Batik sketching
development idea
viii. Obtain confirmation development,
from superior Attitude: stylist,
i. Creative in creativity,
producing batik theme and
sketches colouring
Safety: presented to
i. Adhere to superior
safety vii. Design
requirements confirmation
obtained from

Employability Skills

Core Abilities Social Skills

1. Communication skills
01.01 Identify and gather information. 2. Conceptual skills
03.01 Apply cultural requirement to the workplace.
3. Interpersonal skills
03.02 Demonstrate integrity and apply practical practices.
03.03 Accept responsibility for own work and work area. 4. Learning skills
03.05 Demonstrate safety skills. 5. Leadership skills
06.02 Comply with and follow chain of command. 6. Multitasking and prioritising
06.03 Identify and highlight problems. 7. Self-discipline
8. Teamwork

Tools, Equipment and Materials (TEM)


1. Fashion and Apparel Design References As required

2. Paper As required
3. Drawing Materials As required
4. Drawing Tools 1:1
5. Recording Tools 1:1



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