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COMPUTER SYSTEMS

SERVICING NCII

MODULE 2
Facilitate Learning Session

LARA JANE M. LEAL


Data Gathering Instrument for Trainee’s Characteristics
Please answer the following instrument according to the
characteristics described below. Encircle the letter of your choice that best
describes you as a learner. Blank spaces are provided for some data that
need your response.

Characteristics of Learners

Language, literacy Average grade in: Average grade in:


and numeracy (LL&N) English Math
A. 95 and above A. 95 and above
B. 90 to 94 B. 90 to 94
C. 85 to 89 C. 85 to 89
D. 80 to 84 D. 80 to 84
E. 75 to 79 E. 75 to 79

Cultural and language Ethnicity/culture:


background A. Ifugao
B. Igorot
C. Ibanag
D. Tagalog
E. Gaddang
F. Muslim
G. Ibaloy
H. Others (please specify) __________________

Education & general Highest Educational Attainment:


knowledge

A. High School level


B. High School Graduate
C. College level
D. College Graduate
E. With units in Master’s Degree
F. Masteral Graduate
G. Doctoral Graduate
H. Others: Diploma in Electronics
Sex A. Male
B. Female

Age Your Age: 25

Physical ability 1. Disabilities(if any)_____________________


2. Existing Health Conditions (Existing illness
if any)
a. None
b. Asthma
c. Heart disease
d. Anemia
e. Hypertension
f. Diabetes
Others(please specify) _____________________

Previous Experience Lists down experiences related to Computer


with the topic Systems Servicing
Computer Technician – iConnect Computer
Shop, Rainbow Village, Brgy. San Isidro,
Taytay, Rizal
A. Installation and Configure Computer
System
B. Set-up Computer Networks/Servers
C. Maintain and Repair Computer Systems
and Networks

Previous Learning Lists down trainings related to Computer Systems


Experience Servicing
College Level – Computer Science
Computer Hardware Servicing
A. Installation and Configure Computer
System
B. Set-up Computer Networks/Servers
C. Maintain and Repair Computer Systems
and Networks

Training level National Certificate acquired and NC level


completed CHS NC II
Special Courses Other courses related to Computer Systems
Servicing

Learning style A. Visual - The visual learner takes mental


pictures of information given, so in order for
this kind of learner to retain information,
oral or written, presentations of new
information must contain diagrams and
drawings, preferably in
color. The visual learner can't concentrate
with a lot of activity around him and will
focus better and learn faster in a quiet
study environment.
B. Kinaesthetic - described as the students in
the classroom, who have problems sitting
still and who often bounce their legs while
tapping their fingers on the desks. They are
often referred to as hyperactive students
with concentration issues.
C. Auditory- a learner who has the ability to
remember speeches and lectures in detail
but has a hard time with written text.
Having to read long texts is pointless and
will not be retained by the auditory learner
unless it is read aloud.
D. Activist - learns by having a go
E. Reflector - learns most from activities where
they can watch, listen and then review what
has happened
F. Theorist - learns most when ideas are linked
to existing theories and concepts.
G. Pragmatist - learns most from learning
activities that are directly relevant to their
situation

Other needs A. Financially challenged


B. Working student
C. Solo parent
Others(please specify) _____________________

Name: Michelle P. Advincula


Date: March 15, 2018
SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST

Instruction:

This Self-Check Instrument will give trainer data or information which


is essential in planning training sessions. Please check the appropriate box
of your answer.

BASIC COMPETENCIES

CAN I?... YES NO

PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION


 Obtain and convey workplace information

 Participate in workplace meetings and 


discussions

 Complete relevant work related documents

WORK IN TEAM ENVIRONMENT


 Describe team role and scope

 Identify own role and responsibility within team



 Work as a team member

PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM

 Integrate personal objectives with organizational 


goals

 Set and meet work priorities



 Maintain professional growth and development

PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES


 Identify hazards and risks

 Evaluate hazards and risks



 Control hazards and risks

 Maintain OHS awareness

COMMON COMPETENCIES

CAN I?... YES NO

APPLY QUALITY STANDARDS


 Assess quality of received materials

 Assess own work

 Engage in quality improvement

PERFORM COMPUTER OPERATIONS


 Plan and prepare for task to be taken undertaken

 Input data into computer

 Access information using computer

 Produce output/ data using computer system

 Use basic functions of a WWW-browser to locate 


information

 Maintain computer equipment and systems

PERFORM MENSURATION AND CALCULATION


 Select measuring instruments

 Carry out measurements and calculation

 Maintain measuring instruments

PREPARE AND INTERPRET TECHNICAL DRAWING


 Identify different kinds of technical drawings

 Interpret technical drawing

 Prepare/make changes to electrical/electronic 


schematics and drawings
 Store technical drawings and 
equipment/instruments
USE HAND TOOLS


 Plan and prepare for tasks to be undertaken

 Prepare hand tools

 Use appropriate hand tools and test equipment

 Maintain hand tools

TERMINATE AND CONNECT ELECTRICAL WIRING AND ELECTRONICS


CIRCUIT

 Plan and prepare for termination/connection of 


electrical wiring/electronics circuits
 Terminate/connect electrical wiring/electronic 
circuits
 Test termination/connections of electrical 
wiring/electronics circuits
TEST ELECTRONICS COMPONETS

 Determine criteria for testing electronics 


components

 Plan an approach for component testing

 Test components

 Evaluate the testing process

CORE COMPETENCIES

CAN I?... YES NO

INSTALL AND CONFIGURE COMPUTER SYSTEMS



 Assemble computer hardware

 Prepare installer

 Install operating system and drivers for 


peripherals/devices

 Install application software

 Conduct testing and documentation

SET-UP COMPUTER NETWORKS


 Install network cables

 Set network configuration

 Set router/WI-FI/wireless access point/repeater 


configuration
 Inspect and test the configured computer 
networks
SET-UP COMPUTER SERVERS


 Set-up user access

 Configure network services

 Perform testing, documentation and pre- 


deployment procedures
MAINTAIN AND REPAIR COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS


 Plan and prepare for maintenance and repair

 Maintain computer systems and networks

 Diagnose faults of computer systems and 


networks
 Rectify/correct defects in computer systems and 
networks
 Inspect and test the computer systems and 
networks

Trainee’s Signature: Michelle P. Advincula Date: March 15, 2018

Facilitator’s Signature: Lara Jane M. Leal Date: March 15, 2018


Written Test

Multiple Choice
Directions: Choose the letter of the correct answer and write it on a
separate sheet of paper.

1. The potential to cause harm to a vulnerable target.


A. Hazard C. Safety
B. Risk D. None of the Above
2. It is the potential of gaining or losing something of value.
A. Risk C. Hazard
B. Safety D. None of the Above
3. It is the state of being "safe" the condition of being protected from harm or
other non-desirable outcomes.
A. Safety C. Risk
B. Hazard D. None of the Above
4. A temporary or volatile storage location for the computer.
A. Random – access memory C. Read-only memory
B. Central Processing Unit D. None of the Above
5. A non-volatile memory used in computers and other electronic devices.
A. Random – access memory C. Read-only memory
B. Central Processing Unit D. None of the Above
6. A special software that interfaces the major hardware components of your
computer with the operating system.
A. Operating System C. Basic Input-Output System
B. Central Processing Unit D. None of the Above
7. The brain of the computer where most calculations take place.
A. Random – access memory C. Read-only memory
B. Central Processing Unit D. None of the Above
8. A personal computer (PC) in a form intended for stationary use.
A. Desktop Computer C. Tablet
B. Laptop D. None of the Above
9. A situation that has the potential to harm the health and safety of people.
A. Hazard C. Risk
B. Accident D. None of the Above
10. An accumulation of electric charge on an insulated body.
A. WATT C. Static electricity
B. BIOS D. None of the Above
11. The product of the voltage in volts and the current in amperes or amps.
A. WATT C. Static electricity
B. BIOS D. None of the Above
12. The enclosure that contains most of the components of a computer.
A. CPU C. Computer chassis
B. System unit D. None of the Above
13. It was designed to replace the older parallel ATA (PATA).
A. SATA C. UTP
B. PATA D. None of the Above
14. A computer that is used by someone for his personal use.
A. Personal Computer C. Super Computer
B. Server Computer D. None of the Above
15. Computer used to provide certain services to other computers.
A. Personal Computer C. Super Computer
B. Server Computer D. None of the Above
16. An Output device that lets you see your work as you go.
A. Monitor C. Keyboard
B. System Unit D. None of the Above
17. Case that consist the CPU, disk drives, and all the other hardware.
A. Monitor C. Keyboard
B. System Unit D. None of the Above
18. A non-volatile memory hardware device that permanently stores and
retrieves information.
A. Hard Drive C. Keyboard
B. System Unit D. None of the Above
19. The principal input device used to type instructions into the computer.
A. Hard Drive C. Keyboard
B. System Unit D. None of the Above
20. Computer parts that are tangible.
A. Hardware C. Hard Drive
B. Software D. None of the Above
21. It is a tool used to hold the small sensitive parts of computer.
A. Tweezer C. Pliers
B. Screw Driver D. None of the Above
22. A device made glass use to increase the apparent size of an object.
A. Magnifying Glass C. Parts Retriever
B. Multi-meter D. None of the Above
23. It is an instrument used by technician for measuring current, voltage
and resistance.
A. Multi-meter C. Magnifying Glass
B. Parts Retriever D. None of the Above
24. Tool used for cutting and trimming of connecting wires or terminal.
A. Side Cutter Pliers C. Tweezer
B. Screw Driver D. None of the Above
25. It is a tool used to join two or more metal conductors with the support of
soldering lead melted around it.
A. Soldering Iron C. Tweezer
B. Screw Driver D. None of the Above
26. Material used to organize wires and cables to avoid tangling.
A. Cable Ties C. Tweezer
B. Screw Driver D. None of the Above
27. This testers can use to test the state of LAN network connections to Hubs
and Switches.
A. LAN Tester C. Tweezer
B. Screw Driver D. None of the Above
28. Used to retrieve parts from location that are too small for your hand to fit.
A. Parts Retriever C. Tweezer
B. Screw Driver D. None of the Above
29. Used to test the functionality of computer ports.
A. Loopback Adapter C. Tweezer
B. Screw Driver D. None of the Above
30. It is used for cleaning sensitive parts of the computer.
A. Mini-vacuum Cleaner C. Tweezer
B. Screw Driver D. None of the Above
31. It means to prepare the chosen partition on the drive to be used by an
operating system by deleting all of the data and setting up a file system.
A. Format C. Bootable Flash Drive
B. Partition D. BIOS
32. It contains its own operating system ready to load.
A. Format C. Bootable Flash Drive
B. Partition D. BIOS
33. It is a section of a hard disk. When you format a hard disk, you can
usually choose the number of partitions you want.
A. Format C. Bootable Flash Drive
B. Partition D. BIOS
34. It is a set of computer instructions in firmware that control input and
output operations.
A. Format C. Bootable Flash Drive
B. Partition D. BIOS
35. It is defined by Microsoft as installing the OS on the same partition as a
previous installation of Windows.
A. Custom Installation C. Installation
B. Hard Drive D. USB Port
36. It is the process of making hardware and/or software ready for use.
A. Custom Installation C. Installation
B. Hard Drive D. USB Port
37. It is a non-volatile computer storage device containing magnetic disks
or platters rotating at high speeds.
A. Custom Installation C. Installation
B. Hard Drive D. USB Port
38. It is a standard cable connection interface for personal computers and
consumer electronics devices. USB stands for Universal Serial Bus.
A.Custom Installation C. Installation
B. Hard Drive D. USB Port
39. It is intended for users who want to freshly install Windows on their
computer (by deleting all of the data on the hard disk and then installing
Windows) or computers that do not have an operating system yet.
A. Custom Installation C. Clean Installation
B. Hard Drive D. USB Port
40. It is a section of a hard disk. When you format a hard disk, you can
usually choose the number of partitions you want.
A. Format C. Bootable Flash Drive
B. Partition D. BIOS
True or False
Directions: Read carefully each statement below. On a half-lengthwise
paper write T if the statement is TRUE and write F is the statement is
FALSE.
1. You can use Rufus software application to format and create
portable bootable flash drive.
2. Rufus developed by Pete Batard of Ohayo Japan.
3. When using ISO images, Rufus will automatically modify the
settings to best match it.
4. You can use your Flash drive to back up and transfer files.
5. The process of your bootable installer may depend in the ISO
Image File.
6. You can use the MAC OS operating system to any brand of
Computer/Laptop.
7. UNIX Operating System is considered as user-friendly for the
average person due to its design.
8. Operating system enables the computer hardware to
communicate and operate with the computer software.
9. A series of enterprise-class server operating systems designed to
share services with multiple users and provide extensive
administrative control of data storage, applications and corporate
networks is called Windows 8.
10. The most popular and widely-known operating system is LINUX.
______11. Computer can work without software.
______12. Drawing program permits the user to draw paintings.
______13. Screensavers has the ability to ‘shorten’ files so that they will
occupy less memory.
______14. Antivirus checks if there are viruses inside your computer so that
it can eliminate them.
______15. Computer System is a complete, working computer.
______ 16. System requirements are the necessary specifications your
computer must have in order to use the software or hardware.
______ 17. You can install a 64-bit AutoCAD software in a 32-bit Operating
System.
______ 18. It is essential to check the system requirements the computer
before installing a software.
______ 19. A 32-bit software cannot be installed in a 64-bit system.
______ 20. You can install Office 2016 Home and Student edition in
Windows XP OS
TRAINING ACTIVITY MATRIX
Unit of Competency : INSTALL AND CONFIGURE COMPUTER SYSTEMS

Date and
Training Activity Trainee Facilities/Tools and Equipment Venue Remarks
Time

Prayer
Recap of Previous Activity Lecture Area Raises April 25 to
All Trainees Montessori 30, 2018
Feedback of Training Academe
8:00 AM
Rejoinder/Motivation

Assemble computer hardware


 Plan and Prepare unit All Trainees Lecture Area, Practical Work Area, Raises April 25 to Read Information
 Identify and obtain the Laptop & Projector, Motherboard, hard Montessori 30, 2018 Sheets and practice
materials necessary to complete disk, video card, memory card, Academe activity through
8:00 AM
the work processor, optical disc drives, power answering self-checks
 Obtain tools, equipment and supply, cables and cords, Protective and performing the
testing devices need to carry eyewear, Digital multi-meter, wire task sheets for each
out installation stripper with bolt cutter, pliers activity or content.
 Assemble computer hardware (assorted), screw drivers, soldering iron, Evaluate progress by
 Perform Basic-input-output- desoldering tool, Allen wrench (0.05- comparing your
system (BIOS) configuration 0.25), and flashlight, IC answers to Answer
insertion/extraction tool, mirror Keys and Performance
(inspection), RS 232 pin Criteria
insertion/extraction tool, sharp pointed
tweezers, antistatic wrist wrap, LAN
tester, and crimping tools, Protective
eyewear, Monitor, system unit, AVR

Prepare installer
 Create portable bootable device All Trainees Lecture Area, Practical Work Area, Raises April 25 to Read Information
 Prepare customize installer Laptop & Projector, Flashdrive, ISO file Montessori 30, 2018 Sheets and practice
Windows OS, Application Software Academe activity through
 Carry out installation of 8:00 AM
(Rufus), KMSPico Application answering self-checks
portable software and performing the
task sheets for each
activity or content.
Evaluate progress by
comparing your
answers to Answer
Keys and Performance
Criteria

Install operating system and


drivers for peripherals/devices
 Install operating system All Trainees Lecture Area, Practical Work Area, Raises April 25 to Read Information
 Install and Configure Laptop & Projector, CD/ Portable Montessori 30, 2018 Sheets and practice
peripherals/devices Bootable Device (USB) of OS, Installer Academe activity through
 Access and install OS and 8:00 AM
of drivers, Internet Connection & answering self-checks
drivers updates/patches Workstation, Flash Drive, Printer and performing the
 Undertake checking of quality task sheets for each
work activity or content.
Evaluate progress by
comparing your
answers to Answer
Keys and Performance
Criteria

Install application software


 Install application software All Trainees Lecture Area, Practical Work Area, Raises April 25 to Read Information
Perform assembly procedures Laptop & Projector, CD or DVD, Montessori 30, 2018 Sheets and practice
 Carry out variation to Academe activity through
Bootable Flash Drive/ USB, External 8:00 AM
application software answering self-checks
Hard Disk, Video Clips, YouTube and performing the
 Accessed and install software
Links, task sheets for each
updates
activity or content.
Evaluate progress by
comparing your
answers to Answer
Keys and Performance
Criteria
Conduct Testing And Read Information
Documentation Sheets and practice
activity through
 Test devices/system and/or answering self-checks
● Lecture Area March 12 -
installation All Trainees and performing the
17, 2018
 Conduct stress test Raises task sheets for each
 Follow 5S and 3Rs Montessori 8:00 AM activity or content.
● Laptop & Projector, Workstation
 Forward the documentation in Academe Evaluate progress by
related to the test comparing your
answers to Answer
Keys and Performance
Criteria

Institutional Assessment ● Lecture Area


 Assemble computer hardware ● Institutional Assessment Area
 Prepare installer
Read Information
 Install operating system and Sheets and practice
drivers for peripherals/devices ● Learning Materials,Manufacturer’s March 12 -
activity through
 Install application software Manual, User’s Manual, Laptop & 17, 2018
answering self-checks
 Conduct Testing And Projector, Motherboard, hard disk, and performing the
8:00 AM
Documentation video card, memory card, Raises task sheets for each
Montessori activity or content.
processor, optical disc drives,
Academe Evaluate progress by
power supply, cables and cords,
comparing your
Protective eyewear, Digital multi-
answers to Answer
meter, wire stripper with bolt Keys and Performance
cutter, pliers (assorted), screw Criteria
drivers, soldering iron, desoldering
tool, Allen wrench (0.05-0.25), and
flashlight, IC insertion/extraction
tool, mirror (inspection), RS 232
pin insertion/extraction tool,
sharp pointed tweezers, antistatic
wrist wrap, LAN tester, and
crimping tools, Protective eyewear,
Monitor, system unit, AVR,
Flashdrive, ISO file Windows OS,
Application Software (Rufus), /
Portable Bootable Device (USB)
of OS, Installer of drivers, Internet
Connection & Workstation,
External Hard Disk, Video Clips,
YouTube Links,
ACHIEVEMENT CHART

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES - TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

LEGEND:
ACHIEVEMENT CHART - COMPUTER

Competen
t Install operating

Remarks
system and Install Conduct testing
Not - Yet INSTALL AND CONFIGURE Assemble computer Prepare
drivers for application and
SYSTEMS SERVICING NCII

Competent COMPUTER SYTEMS hardware installer


peripherals/ software documentation
Institutiona devices
l
Assessmen
t
Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act Act
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

1. Michelle P. Advincula
2. Joan C. Dela Cruz
COMPETENCY

3. Gelly G. Gondra
4. Leann A. Monreal
CORE

5. Grace Anne L. Relado


6
7
8
9
10
Trainer : Dannieca Rose A. Bonilla Duration : 290 Hrs. No. of Trainee's : 05 Male : 00 Female : 05 Sched: 8AM-5PM
ACHIEVEMENT CHART

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES - TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

LEGEN
ACHIEVEMENT CHART - COMPUTER SYSTEMS

D:
Inspect
Compet
ent Set Router/Wi- and test
Fi/Wireless the

Remarks
Not - Yet Set network
Compete Set-up Computer Networks Install network cables Access configure
configuration
nt Point/Repeater d
Institutio Configuration computer
nal networks
Assessm
ent
SERVICING NCII

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A1 A2 A3
CORE COMPETENCY

1. Michelle P. Advincula
2. Joan C. Dela Cruz
3. Gelly G. Gondra
4. Leann A. Monreal
5. Grace Anne L. Relado
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Trainer : Dannieca Rose A. Bonilla Duration : 290 Hrs. No. of Trainee's : 05 Male : 00 Female : 05 Sched: 8AM-5PM
ACHIEVEMENT CHART

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES - TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

LEGEND: COMPUTER SYSTEMS SERVICING


Perform testing,
Competent

Remarks
documentation
Set-up Computer Servers Set-up user access Configure network services and pre-
ACHIEVEMENT CHART -

Not - Yet
Competent deployment
Institutional procedures
Assessment
Act 1 Act 2 Act 3 Act 1 Act 2 Act 3 Act 4 Act 5 Act 1 Act 2 Act 3

1. Michelle P. Advincula
NCII

2. Joan C. Dela Cruz


COMPETENCY

3. Gelly G. Gondra
4. Leann A. Monreal
CORE

5. Grace Anne L. Relado


6
7
8
9
10
Duration : 290 No. of Trainee's :
Trainer : Dannieca Rose A. Bonilla Hrs. 05
Male : 00 Female : 05 Sched: 8AM-5PM
ACHIEVEMENT CHARTp

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES - TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

LEGEND:
Competent
Diagnose
Rectify/correc

Remarks
Maintain and Repair
ACHIEVEMENT CHART - COMPUTER

Plan and prepare Maintain faults of Inspect and test the


Computer Systems for maintenance computer systems computer t defects in computer systems
Not - Yet
and repair systems and computer
Competent and Networks and networks and networks
systems and
SYSTEMS SERVICING NCII

networks
Institutional networks
Assessment

1. Michelle P.
Advincula
2. Joan C. Dela
Cruz
COMPETENCY

3. Gelly G. Gondra
4. Leann A. Monreal
CORE

5. Grace Anne L.
Relado
6
7
8
9
10
No. of Trainee's : Sched: 8AM-
Trainer : Dannieca Rose A. Bonilla Duration : 290 Hrs.
05
Male : 00 Female : 05
5PM
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

10
No
SECTOR:

Grace L. Relado
Gelly G. Gondra

Leann A. Monreal
Joan C. Dela Cruz
Name of Trainees

Michelle P. Advincula
ELECTRONICS

Assemble computer
Hardware

Prepare installer

Install operating
system and drivers
for
Systems

peripherals/devices
QUALIFICATION: COMPUTER SYSTEMS SERVICING NC II
NCII

Install application
software

Conduct testing
Install and Configure Computer
QUALIFICATION LEVEL:

and documentation

Install network
cables

Set network
configuration
Male: 0

set Router/Wi-
Fi/Wireless Access
Networks

Point/Repeater
Configuration
Set-up Computer

Inspect and test the


configured
computer networks

Set-up user access


No of Enrollees: 05

Configure network
Female: 05

services
TRAINING PROGRESS CHART

Perform testing,
documentation and
pre-deployment
LEGEND: COMPETENT

procedures
CORE COMPETENCIES

Undertake checking
Set-up Computer Servers

of quality work

Plan and prepare


for maintenance
and repair
Duration: 260 Hrs.

Maintain computer
Schedule: 8AM – 5PM

systems and
networks
NOT YET COMPETENT

Diagnose faults of
computer systems
EXI

and networks
Rectify/correct
Raises

Documentation

defects in computer
systems and
Conduct Testing And
Systems and Networks

networks
Inspect and tst the
Maintain and Repair Computer

computer systems
and networks
Academe - SHS
Trainer: Lara Jane M. Leal

REMARKS
Montessori
TRAINING SESSION EVALUATION FORM

Instructions:

This post-training evaluation instrument is intended to measure how


satisfactorily your trainer has done his job during the whole duration of
your training. Please give your honest rating by checking on the
corresponding cell of your response. Your answers will be treated with
outmost confidentiality.
Legend: 5 – Outstanding
4 – Very Good/Very Satisfactory
3 – Good/Adequate
2 – Fair/Satisfactory
1 – Poor/Unsatisfactory

Unsatisfactory

Outstanding
Satisfactory

Satisfactory
Very Good/
Adequate
TRAINER’S/INSTRUCTOR’S

Good/
Poor/

Fair/

Very
Name of Trainer: Lara Jane M. Leal
1 2 3 4 5

1. Orients trainee’s about CBT, the use of CBLM



and the evaluation system

2. Discusses clearly the unit of competencies and


outcomes to be attained at the start of every 
module

3. Exhibits mastery of the subject/course he/she



is teaching

4. Motivates and elicits active participation from



the students or trainees

5. Keeps records of evidence/s of competency



attainment of each student/trainees

6. Instill value of safety and orderliness in the



classrooms and workshops

7. Instills the value of team work and positive



work values

8. Instills good grooming and hygiene 

9. Instills the value of time 


10. Quality of voice while teaching 

11. Clarity of language/dialect used in teaching 

12. Provides extra attention to trainees and



students with specific learning needs

13. Attends classes regularly and promptly 

14. Shows energy and enthusiasm while teaching 

15. Maximizes use of training supplies and



materials

16. Dresses appropriately 

17. Shows empathy 

18. Demonstrates self-control 

This post training evaluation instrument is intended to measure how


satisfactorily your trainer prepare and facilitated your training. Please give
your honest rating by checking on the corresponding cell of your response.
Your answers will be treated with outmost confidentiality.
Unsatisfactory

Outstanding
Satisfactory

Satisfactory
Very Good/
Adequate
Good/
Poor/

Fair/

Very

PREPARATION

1 2 3 4 5

1. Workshop layout conforms with the



components of a CBT workshop

2. Number of CBLM is sufficient 

3. Objective of every training session is well



explained

4. Expected activities/output are clarified 

DESIGN AND DELIVERY 1 2 3 4 5

1. Course content are sufficient to attain



objectives

2. CBLM are logically organized and presented 


3. Information Sheets are comprehensive in

providing the required knowledge

4. Examples, illustrations and demonstrations



help you learn

5. Practice exercise like Task/Job Sheets are



sufficient to learns required skills

6. Valuable knowledge are learned through the



contents of the course

7. Training Methodologies are effective 

8. Assessment Methods and evaluation system are



suitable for the trainees and the competency

9. Recording of achievements and competencies



acquired is prompt and comprehensive

10. Feedback about the performance of learners are



given immediately

TRAINING AND FACILITIES/RESOURCES 1 2 3 4 5

1. Training Facilities are adequate 

2. Training Venue is conducive and



appropriate

3. Equipment, Supplies and Materials are



sufficient

4. Equipment, Supplies and Materials are



suitable and appropriate

5. Promptness in providing Supplies and



Materials

SUPPORT STAFF 1 2 3 4 5

1. Support Staff are accommodating 

Comments/Suggestions:
Very Good!

Michelle P. Advincula

Signature above Printed Name


PROGRAM EVALUATION FORM
Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee
A. Program Design and Organization 1 2 3 4 5

1. Clarity of program objectives 5 4 5 4 5

2. Organization of course activity 4 5 4 5 4

3. Scheduling of activities and time allotment 5 4 4 5 5

4. Attainment of program objectives 4 4 5 5 4


Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee
B. Course Content 1 2 3 4 5

1. Course content vis-à-vis the program 5 4 5 4 5


objectives

2. Sequencing of the course contents 4 5 4 5 4

3. Sufficiency of information 5 4 5 4 4

4. Relevance of course content vis-à-vis need 4 5 5 4 4


Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee
C. Training Methodology 1 2 3 4 5

1. Effectiveness of selected method 5 4 5 4 5

2. Appropriateness to the course activities 4 5 4 5 5


Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee
D. Program Administration and 1 2 3 4 5

Management

1. Adequacy of provided supplies and 5 4 5 4 5


materials

2. Timeliness of provision of supplies and 4 5 4 5 4


materials

3. Availability of training equipment and 5 4 5 4 5


materials

4. Conduciveness of the training venue to 5 5 4 4 5


learning

5. Appropriateness of the layout of the venue 4 4 5 5 4

6. Overall accommodation 4 5 4 5 5

7. Secretariat service 4 5 5 4 4
Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee Trainee
Facilitator/Trainer 1 2 3 4 5

1. Knowledge of the subject matter 5 5 5 5 5

2. Ability to communicate ideas 5 5 5 5 5

3. Ability to arouse 4 5 4 5 4

4. Ability to encourage participation 5 5 5 5 5

5. Ability to organize lecture 5 5 5 5 5

6. Ability to answer questions 4 5 4 5 4

7. Openness to suggestions and comments 5 5 5 5 5

8. Ability to encourage critical thinking 5 5 5 5 5

9. Spontaneity in expression of ideas 5 5 5 5 5

10. Use of training equipment 5 4 5 4 5

11. Comprehensiveness of lecture 5 5 5 4 5

12. Ability to provide adequate feedback 4 5 5 5 5

13. Ability to provide practical exercises 5 5 5 5 5

Average for the whole evaluation 4.6 4.7 4.7 4.6 4.7

Prepared by:
Lara Jane M. Leal
Avera
ge
Ave. Descriptive Rating Descriptive Rating per Group
per
Group

4.55 The item on


Very Good / Very Satisfactory "Program
Very Good / Very Design and
4.60
Satisfactory Organization"
Very Good / Very In this area, the item on "Attainment of got an average
4.60 program objectives" got a rating of 4.60 or
Satisfactory rating of 4.55
Very Good / Very "Outstanding" while the rest were rated or "Very
4.60 "Very Satisfactorily".
Satisfactory Good/Very
4.40 Outstanding Satisfactory".
Very Good / Very
4.55
Satisfactory

4.35 The area on


Very Good / Very Satisfactory
"Course
Very Good / Very
4.20 Content" got
Satisfactory
Most items under the Course Content got an average
Very Good / Very
4.20 ratings falling on "Very Good/Very rating of 4.35
Satisfactory
Satisfactory". This means that the trainees or "Very
4.60 Outstanding Good/Very
were very satisfied with the course content.
Very Good / Very Satisfactory".
4.40
Satisfactory
Very Good / Very
4.35
Satisfactory
The item on
4.50
Outstanding "Training
On the "effectiveness of selected method", a Methodology"
4.60 Outstanding got an average
4.60 rating was given or "Outstanding"
while the "Appropriateness to the course rating of 4.50
Very Good / Very or
4.40 activities" got 4.40 or "Very Good/Very
Satisfactory "Outstanding".
Satisfactory".
Very Good / Very
4.45
Satisfactory

4.17
Very Good / Very Satisfactory
Very Good / Very
4.40 The item on
Satisfactory
"Program
4.60 Outstanding Administration
Very Good / Very and
4.40
Satisfactory Management"
Very Good / Very The timeliness of provision of supplies and got an average
4.20 materials got an average of 4.60 or
Satisfactory rating of 4.17
Very Good / Very "Outstanding" or "Very
3.80
Satisfactory Good/Very
Very Good / Very Satisfactory".
3.80
Satisfactory
Very Good / Very
4.00
Satisfactory
Very Good / Very
3.95
Satisfactory
4.88 The item on
Very Good "Facilitator/Tr
ainer (Gerardo
4.80 Very Good Marasigan)"
5.00 Outstanding got an average
rating of 4.88
5.00 Outstanding or "Very
4.80 Very Good Good"".

4.80 Very Good


5.00 Outstanding
The whole items got and average rating of
5.00 Outstanding
4.88 which is equivalent to "Very Good"
4.80 Very Good
5.00 Outstanding
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Outstanding

4.58
Very Good
4.60 Very Good
4.60 Very Good
4.60 Very Good
4.60 Very Good The item on "
4.60 Very Good Facilitator/Tra
iner (Lorena
4.60 Very Good Lim)" got an
4.60 Very Good All items got a rating of 4.60 or "Very good" average rating
of 4.58 or
4.60 Very Good "Very Good".
4.40 Very Good
4.60 Very Good
4.60 Very Good
4.60 Very Good
4.60 Very Good
4.60 Outstanding

4.86
Very Good
The item on
4.80 Very Good "Facilitator/Tr
ainer (Yolanda
5.00 Outstanding
Manlapas)" got
5.00 Outstanding All Items got an average rating of 4.86 or an average
"Very Good" rating of 4.86
4.80 Very Good
or "Very
4.80 Very Good Good".
5.00 Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Very Good
4.80 Outstanding

5.00
Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
The item on
5.00 Outstanding "Facilitator/Tr
5.00 Outstanding ainer " got an
All the items got and average rating of 5.00 average rating
5.00 Outstanding of 5.00 or
or "Outstanding" respectively.
5.00 Outstanding "Outstanding".

5.00 Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
5.00 Outstanding
5.00

As a whole, the rating given to the


4.54 Outstanding
program is 4.54 or "Outstanding".
Form AC 18/0108

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority

Raises Montessori Academe – Senior High School

ATTENDANCE SHEET
COMPUTER SYSTEMS SERVICING NCII

Training Center: Raises Montessori Academe - SHS

Date: March 12, 2018

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Trainer: TC Manager:

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