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Training

plan
Session
Sample 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 English Math
(LL&N)
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
a. 75 to 79 e. 75 to 79

Cultural and Ethnicity/culture:


language a. Ifugao
background
b. Igorot
c. Ibanag
d. Gaddang
e. Muslim
f. Ibaloy
g. Others( please specify)_____________

Education & Highest Educational Attainment:


general a. High School Level
knowledge
b. High School Graduate
c. College Level
d. College Graduate
e. with units in Master’s degree
f. Masteral Graduate
g. With units in Doctoral Level
h. Doctoral Graduate
Sex a. Male
b. Female
Age Your age: _____
Physical ability 1. Disabilities(if any)_____________________
2. Existing Health Conditions (Existing illness
if any)
Characteristics of learners
a. None
b. Asthma
c. Heart disease
d. Anemia
e. Hypertension
f. Diabetes
g. Others(please specify) ___________________
TM Certificates
Previous
experience with a. TQ certified
the topic b. TM graduate
c. TM trainer
d. TM lead trainer
Number of years as a competency trainer ______
List down trainings related to TM
Previous
learning ___________________________
experience ___________________________
___________________________
National Certificates acquired and NC level
Training Level
completed ___________________________
___________________________
Other courses related to TM
Special courses
a. Units in education
b. Master’s degree units in education
c. Others(please specify)
_________________________
Learning styles 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. Kinesthetic - 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.
Characteristics of learners

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.
a. Financially challenged
Other needs
b. Working student
c. Solo parent
d. Others(please specify)
___________________________
FORM 1.1 SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECK

INSTRUCTIONS: This Self-Check Instrument will give the trainer necessary


data or information which is essential in planning training
sessions. Please check the appropriate box of your answer
to the questions below.
CORE COMPETENCIES
CAN I…? YES NO
1. Weld Carbon Steel Plates Using SMAW
 Perform root pass /
 Clean root pass /
 Weld subsequent/filling pass /
 Perform capping /
2. Weld Carbon Steel Pipes Using SMAW
 Perform root pass /
 Clean root pass /
 Weld subsequent/filling pass /
 Perform capping /

Note: In making the Self-Check for your Qualification, all required competencies
should be specified. It is therefore required of a Trainer to be well- versed
of the CBC or TR of the program qualification he is teaching.
Evidences/Proof of Current Competencies (Sample)

Form 1.2: Evidence of Current Competencies acquired related to


Job/Occupation

Current
Proof/Evidence Means of validating
competencies
Identifying Training Gaps

From the accomplished Self-Assessment Check (Form 1.1) and the


evidences of current competencies (Form 1.2), the Trainer will be able to
identify what the training needs of the prospective trainee are.

Form 1.3 Summary of Current Competencies Versus Required


Competencies (Sample)

Required Units of Current Training


Competency/Learning Competencies Gaps/Requirements
Outcomes based on CBC
1. Weld Carbon Steel Plates Using SMAW
 Perform root pass Perform root pass
 Clean root pass Clean root pass
 Weld subsequent/filling Weld subsequent/filling
pass pass
 Perform capping Perform capping
Required Units of Current Training
Competency/Learning Competencies Gaps/Requirements
Outcomes based on CBC
2. Weld Carbon Steel Pipes Using SMAW
 Perform root pass Perform root pass
 Clean root pass Clean root pass
 Weld subsequent/filling Weld subsequent/filling
pass pass
 Perform capping Perform capping
Using Form No.1.4, convert the Training Gaps into a Training Needs/
Requirements. Refer to the CBC in identifying the Module Title or Unit of
Competency of the training needs identified.

Form No. 1.4: Training Needs (Sample)

Training Needs Module Title/Module of


Instruction
(Learning Outcomes)
Perform root pass
Clean root pass 1. Weld Carbon Steel
Weld subsequent/filling pass Plates Using SMAW
Perform capping
Perform root pass 2. Weld Carbon Steel Pipes
Using SMAW
Clean root pass
Weld subsequent/filling pass
Perform capping
SESSION PLAN
Sector : METALS AND ENGINEERING
Qualification Title : SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING
Unit of Competency : WELD CARBON STEEL PLATES USING SMAW
Module Title : WELDING CARBON STEEL PLATES USING SMAW
Nominal Duration :114 Hours
Learning Outcomes:
L.O.1. Perform root pass
L.O.2. Clean root pass
L.O.3. Weld subsequent/filling pass
L.O.4. Perform capping

A. INTRODUCTION
This unit of competency covers the knowledge needs to develop the skill on welding carbon steel plate using SMAW
process.
B. LEARNING ACTIVITIES
LO 1: PERFROM ROOT PASS
Learning Content Methods Presentation Practice Feedback Resources Time
1.1 Essentials of Group Discussion1 Participate in the Answer Self- Compare Information 40
Welding group discussion on Check 1.1-1 answers on Sheet minutes
Information Sheet Essentials of the answers
1.1-1 Essentials of Welding key
Welding
1.2 Perform root pass Self-study Read information Answer Self- Compare Information 1
in 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G. Sheet 1.1-6 Perform Check 1.1-6 answers on sheet hour
Root Pass Perform Root the answers
Pass key
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 30
performing root pass Laptop minutes
in flat position 1 G Speaker
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job sheet 30
demonstration on Sheet 1.1-6a quality of Performanc minutes
performing root pass Perform Root weld using e criteria
on flat position 1G Pass in Flat performance checklist
Position 1G criteria Chipping
checklist hammer,
Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
1.5 Welding Codes Lecture/Discussion Listen to trainer’s Answer Self- Refer Information 30
and Standards discussion on check 1.1-5 answers on Sheet minutes
Information Sheet (oral the trainer’s
1.1-5 Welding Codes questioning) prepared
and Standards answer
1.6 Perform root pass Self-study Read information Answer Self- Compare Information 30
in 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G. Sheet 1.1-6 Perform Check 1.1-6 answers on sheet minutes
Root Pass Perform Root the answers
Pass key
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 10
performing root pass Laptop minutes
in flat position 1 G Speaker
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job sheet 8
demonstration on Sheet 1.1-6a quality of Performanc hours
performing root pass Perform Root weld using e criteria
on flat position 1G Pass in Flat performance checklist
Position 1G criteria Chipping
checklist hammer,
Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 10
performing root pass Laptop minutes
in horizontal Speaker
position 2 G
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job sheet 8
demonstration on Sheet 1.1-6b quality of Performanc hours
performing root pass Perform Root weld using e criteria
on horizontal Pass in performance checklist
position 2G Horizontal criteria Chipping
Position 2G checklist hammer,
Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 10
performing root pass Laptop minutes
in vertical position Speaker
3G
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job sheet 8
demonstration on Sheet 1.1-6c quality of Performanc hours
performing root pass Perform Root weld using e criteria
on vertical position Pass in performance checklist
3G Vertical criteria Chipping
Position 3G checklist hammer,
Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 10
performing root pass Laptop minutes
in overhead position Speaker
4G
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job sheet 8
demonstration on Sheet 1.1-6d quality of Performanc hours
performing root pass Perform Root weld using e criteria
on overhead position Pass in performance checklist
4G Overhead criteria Chipping
Position 4G checklist hammer,
Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
LO 2: CLEAN ROOT PASS
2.1 Weld Defects Self-study Study Information Answer Self Refer Information 40
Sheet 1.2-1 Weld Check 1.2-1 answers on Sheet minutes
Defects the answers
key
2.2 Repair weld Self-study Read Information Answer Self- Refer Information 1 hour
sheet 1.2-2 Repair check 1.2-2 answers on Sheet
Weld the answers
key

Demonstration Observe the trainer’s Perform Task Evaluate Task Sheet, 4


demonstration on Sheet 1.2-2 weld Performanc Hours
repair weld Repair Weld through e criteria
performance checklist
criteria Chipping
checklist hammer,
Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
2.3 Visual Inspection Self-study Read Information Answer Self- Compare Information 30
Sheet 1.2.3 Visual Check 1.2.3 answers on Sheet minutes
Inspection Visual the answers
Inspection key
2.4 Clean root pass in Group Discussion Participate in a Answer Self- Refer Information 30
1G, 2G, 3G and 4G group Discussion on check (oral answers on Sheet Minutes
Information Sheet questioning) trainer’s
1.2-4 Clean Root prepared
Pass answers key
Video Clip Viewing View videos on clean LCD 10
root pass in flat Laptop
position 1G Speaker Minutes
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Task Evaluate the Task Sheet, 2
demonstration on Sheet 1.2-4a quality of Performanc hours
clean root pass in Clean Root weld e Criteria
flat position 1G Pass in Flat through a Checklist,
Position 1G performance Chipping
criteria hammer,
checklist Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Bench vise,
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on clean LCD 10
root pass in Laptop minutes
horizontal position Speaker
2G
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Task Evaluate the Task Sheet, 2
demonstration on Sheet 1.2-4b quality of Performanc Hours
clean root pass in Clean Root weld e Criteria
horizontal position Pass in through a Checklist,
2G Horizontal performance Chipping
Position 2G criteria hammer,
checklist Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Bench vise,
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on clean LCD 10
root pass in vertical Laptop minutes
position 3G Speaker
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Task Evaluate the Task Sheet, 2
demonstration on Sheet 1.2-4c quality of Performanc
Hours
clean root pass in Clean Root weld e Criteria
vertical position 3G Pass in through a Checklist,
Vertical performance Chipping
Position 3G criteria hammer,
rubrics Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Bench vise,
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on clean LCD 10
root pass in Laptop minutes
overhead position Speaker
4G
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Task Evaluate the Task Sheet, 2hours
demonstration on Sheet 1.2-4d quality of Performanc
clean root pass in Clean Root weld e Criteria
overhead position Pass in through a Checklist,
1G Overhead performance Chipping
Position 4G criteria hammer,
checklist Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Bench vise,
Portable
disc grinder
LO 3: WELD SUBSEQUENT/FILLING PASSES
3.1 Weld subsequent/ Self-Study Read Information Answer Self- Compare Information 30
filling passes in all Sheet 1.3-1 Weld Check 1.3-1 answers on Sheet minutes
position (1G-4G) Subsequent/ Filling Weld the answers
Passes Subsequent/ key
Filling
Passes
Video Clip Viewing View videos on weld LCD 10
subsequent/ filling Laptop minutes
passes in flat Speaker
position 1G
Demonstration Observe the trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job Sheet, 9 hours
demonstration on Sheet 1.3.1a quality of Performanc
weld subsequent/ Weld weld e Criteria
filling passes in flat Subsequent/ through a Checklist,
position 1G Filling performance Chipping
Passes in criteria hammer,
Flat Position rubric Steel
1G brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on weld LCD 10
subsequent/ filling Laptop minutes
passes in horizontal Speaker
position 2G
Demonstration Observe the trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job Sheet, 9 hours
demonstration on Sheet 1.3.1a quality of Performanc
weld subsequent/ Weld weld e Criteria
filling passes in Subsequent/ through a Checklist,
horizontal position Filling performance Chipping
2G Passes in criteria hammer,
Horizontal checklist Steel
Position 2G brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on weld LCD 10
subsequent/ filling Laptop minutes
passes in vertical Speaker
position 3G
Demonstration Observe the trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job Sheet, 9 hours
demonstration on Sheet 1.3.1a quality of Performanc
weld subsequent/ Weld weld e Criteria
filling passes in Subsequent/ through a Checklist,
vertical position 3G Filling performance Chipping
Passes in criteria hammer,
Vertical checklist Steel
Position 3G brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on weld LCD 10
subsequent/ filling Laptop minutes
passes in overhead Speaker
position 4G
Demonstration Observe the trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job Sheet, 9 hours
demonstration on Sheet 1.3-1a quality of Performanc
weld subsequent/ Weld weld e Criteria
filling passes in Subsequent/ through a Checklist,
overhead position Filling performance Chipping
4G Passes in criteria hammer,
Overhead checklist Steel
Position 4G brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
LO 4: PERFORM CAPPING
4.1 Perform Capping Self-Study Read Information Answer Self- Compare Information 30
in 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G Sheet 1.4-1 Perform Checklist answers on Sheet minutes
Capping 1.4-1 the answers
Perform key
Capping
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 10
perform capping on Laptop minutes
flat position 1G Speaker
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job Sheet 6
demonstration on Sheet 1.4.1a quality of Performanc hours
performing capping Perform weld e criteria
in flat position 1G Capping in through a Checklist,
Flat Position performance Chipping
1G criteria hammer,
checklist Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 10
perform capping on Laptop minutes
horizontal position Speaker
2G
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job Sheet, 6
demonstration on Sheet 1.4.1a quality of Performanc hours
performing capping Perform weld e Criteria
in horizontal Capping in through a Checklist
position 2G Horizontal performance Chipping
Position 2G criteria hammer,
checklist Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 10
perform capping on Laptop minutes
vertical position 3G Speaker
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job Sheet, 6
demonstration on Sheet 1.4.1a quality of Performanc hours
performing capping Perform weld e Criteria
in vertical position Capping in through a Checklist,
3G Vertical performance Chipping
Position 3G criteria hammer,
checklist Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
Video Clip Viewing View videos on LCD 10
perform capping on Laptop minutes
overhead position Speaker
4G
Demonstration Observe trainer’s Perform Job Evaluate the Job Sheet, 6
demonstration on Sheet 1.4.1a quality of Performanc hours
performing capping Perform weld e Criteria
in overhead position Capping in through a Checklist,
4G Overhead performance Chipping
Position 4G criteria hammer,
checklist Steel
brush,
Ballpeen
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding
helmet,
Leather
apron/jack
et,
Leather
gloves,
Safety
goggles,
Arc welding
machine
and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable
disc grinder
C. ASSESSMENT PLAN (refer to attached evidence plan)
 Written Test
 Demonstration and Oral Questioning
D. TEACHER’S SELF-REFLECTION OF THE SESSION
At the end of the session, the trainees were successfully trained by passing the assessment which concludes that the session plan was
effective. There are few parts that needs to be develop for better effectivity.
Prepared by:

MARLOU L. BUENAFLOR
Trainer
PARTS OF A COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING MATERIAL
PACKAGE
References/Further Reading

Performance Criteria Checklist


Operation/Task/Job Sheet

Self Check Answer Key

Self Check

Information Sheet

Learning Experiences

Learning Outcome Summary

Module
Module Content
Content

Module
List of Competencies
Content

Module Content

Module Content

Front Page
In our efforts to standardize CBLM, the
above parts are recommended for use
in Competency Based Training (CBT) in
Technical Education and Skills
Development Authority (TESDA)
Technology Institutions. The next
sections will show you the components
and features of each part.
(Qualification Title)
COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING MATERIALS

List of Competencies

No. Unit of Competency Module Title Code

Weld Carbon Steel Performing Groove


1. Plates and Pipes Welding on Carbon MEE721306
Using SMAW Steel Plates

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.
MODULE CONTENT

UNIT OF COMPETENCY : WELD CARBON STEEL PLATES

MODULE TITLE : PERFORMING GROOVE WELDING ON


CARBON STEEL PLATES

MODULE DESCRIPTOR : This module covers the knowledge, skills and


attitude in performing groove welding in
carbon steel plates with different positions
such as 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G.

NOMINAL DURATION : 114 Hours

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
At the end of this module you MUST be able to:
Perform root pass in
 Flat position
 Horizontal position
 Vertical position
 Overhead position
Clean root pass in
 Flat position
 Horizontal position
 Vertical position
 Overhead position
Weld subsequent/filling passes in
 Flat position
 Horizontal position
 Vertical position
 Overhead position
Perform capping in
 Flat position
 Horizontal position
 Vertical position
 Overhead position
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:
Root penetration not exceeding allowable tolerances specified by
welding codes/standards on
 Concavity
 Convexity
 Undercut
 Excess penetration
 Lack of fusion
 Burn-through
 Cracks
weld capping/final pass not exceeding allowable tolerances specified
by welding codes/standards on
 height reinforcement
 underfill
 porosities
 undercut
 cracks
 cold laps
Uniformity of bead ripples must be in accordance with welding
standards
Stringer or layered beads deposited in accordance with welding
standards
Finish weldment visually acceptable in accordance with welding
standards for
 Spatters
 Arc strikes
 Slag
 Uniformity of beads
LEARNING OUTCOME NO. 4
PERFORM CAPPING
Assessment Criteria:

Content Condition Methodologies Assessment

Perform Job Sheet, Self Study Written Test


Capping Performance
Criteria Group Discussion Oral Questioning
Checklist,
Chipping Lecture/Discussion Demonstration
hammer,
Video Clip Viewing
Steel brush,
Ballpeen Demonstration
hammer,
Tong,
Files,
Welding helmet,
Leather
apron/jacket,
Leather gloves,
Safety goggles,
Arc welding
machine and
accessories,
Welding
positioner,
Bench vise,
electrode
Portable disc
grinder
Learning Outcome 4
(PERFORM CAPPING)

Learning Activities Special Instructions


Read Information Sheet 1.4-1 Perform To acquire the skill on performing
Capping capping, you are given information
Answer Self-Checklist 1.4-1 Perform sheets that contains necessary
Capping knowledge and instructions that
best enhance and develop your skill.
View videos on perform capping on It will tested through answering the
flat position 1G Self Check to confirm knowledge as
Observe trainer’s demonstration on a preparation for the upcoming
performing capping in flat position 1G activities.

Perform Job Sheet 1.4.1a Perform Video clips will be shown on each
Capping in Flat Position 1G position to describe best on the
View videos on perform capping on preparation for the activity. You are
horizontal position 2G required to do Job sheets that
contain materials and procedures
that are needed during
Observe trainer’s demonstration on demonstration. To rate your
performing capping in horizontal performance, performance criteria
position 2G checklist will be used.
Perform Job Sheet 1.4.1a Perform
Capping in Horizontal Position 2G At the end of the activities, you will
report to your trainer for your
View videos on perform capping on progress and additional assessment
vertical position 3G to confirm necessary knowledge and
skills are acquired.
Observe trainer’s demonstration on
performing capping in vertical
position 3G
Perform Job Sheet 1.4.1a Perform
Capping in Vertical Position 3G
View videos on perform capping on
overhead position 4G
Observe trainer’s demonstration on
performing capping in overhead
position 4G
Perform Job Sheet 1.4.1a Perform
Capping in Overhead Position 4G
Information Sheet _______
(Title)

Learning Objectives:
After reading this INFORMATION SHEET, YOU MUST be able to:
1.
2.

(Introductory Paragraph)

(Body)
Self- Check ______

(Type of Test) : (Instruction)


ANSWER KEY ____

1.
2.
3.
4.
TASK SHEET _____
Title:

Performance Objective: Given (condition), ,you should be able to


(performance) following (standard).

Supplies/Materials :

Equipment :

Steps/Procedure:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Assessment Method:
Performance Criteria Checklist ______

CRITERIA
YES NO
Did you….
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
JOB SHEET _____
Title:

Performance Objective: Given (condition), ,you should be able to


(performance) following (standard).

Supplies/Materials :

Equipment :

Steps/Procedure:
5.
6.
7.
8.

Assessment Method:
Performance Criteria Checklist ______

CRITERIA
YES NO
Did you….
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Evidence Plan

Competency
standard:
Unit of
competency:
Ways in which evidence will be collected:
[tick the column]

Third party Report


Demonstration &
Observation &
Questioning

Questioning

Portfolio

Written
The evidence must show that the trainee…













NOTE: *Critical aspects of competency
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

# of
Objectives/Content
Knowledge Comprehension Application items/
area/Topics
% of test

TOTAL
Performance Test

Specific Instruction for the Candidate

Qualification

Unit of Competency

General Instruction:

Specific Instruction:
QUESTIONING TOOL
Satisfactory
Questions to probe the candidate’s underpinning knowledge
response
Extension/Reflection Questions Yes No
1.  
2.  
3.  
4.  
Safety Questions
5.  
6.  
7.  
8.  
Contingency Questions
9.  
10.  
11.  
12.  
Job Role/Environment Questions  
13.  
14.  
15.  
16.  
Rules and Regulations  
17.  
18.  
19.  
20.  
The candidate’s underpinning  Satisfactory  Not
knowledge was: Satisfactory
Templates for Inventory of Training Resources
Resources for presenting instruction
 Print Resources As per TR As per Remarks
Inventory

 Non Print Resources As per TR As per Remarks


Inventory

Resources for Skills practice of Competency #1


______________________________
 Supplies and Materials As per TR As per Remarks
Inventory

 Tools As per TR As per Remarks


Inventory

 Equipment As per TR As per Remarks


Inventory

Note: In the remarks section, remarks may include for repair, for
replenishment, for reproduction, for maintenance etc.