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Work-Based
Learning
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.

BASIC COMPETENCIES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES


CAN I? YES NO
1. Participate in workplace communication
L.O.1 Obtain and convey workplace information
L.O.2.Participate in workplace meetings and discussions
L.O.3. Complete relevant work related documents
2. Work In Team Environment

L.O.1. Describe team role and scope

L.O.2. Identify own role and responsibility within team

L.O.3. Work as a team member


3. Practice Career Professionalism
L.O.1. Integrate personal objectives with organizational goals
L.O.2. Set and meet work priorities
L.O.3. Maintain professional growth and development
4. Practice Occupational Health And Safety Procedures
L.O.1. Identify hazards and risks

L.O.2. Evaluate hazards and risks


L.O.3. Control hazards and risks
L.O.4. Maintain OHS awareness

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.

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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.

COMMON COMPETENCIES and LEARNING OUTCOMES


CAN I? YES NO
1. Apply Safety Measures In Farm Operations
L.O.1 Determine areas of concern for safety measures
L.O.2 Apply appropriate safety measures
L.O.3.Safe keep/dispose tools, materials and outfit
2. Use Farm Tools And Equipment
L.O.1 Select and use farm tools
L.O.2 Select and operate farm equipment
L.O.3.Perform preventive maintenance
3. Perform Estimation And Basic Calculation
L.O.1 Perform estimation
L.O.2.Perform basic workplace calculation
4. Process Farm Wastes

L.O.1. Collect farm wastes


L.O.2. Identify and segregate wastes
L.O.3 Treat and process farm wastes

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.

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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 AND LEARNING OUTCOMES


CAN I? YES NO
1. Raise Poultry
L.O.1 Select and procure stock
L.O.2 Maintain optional environment for poultry
L.O.3 Observe and assess chick health
L.O.4 Select brood /layer stock
L.O.5 Perform pre and post laying activities
L.O.6 Perform preventive and therapeutic measures
2. Raise Small Ruminants
L.O.1 Select and manage breeder goats and sheep
L.O.2 Manage does/ewes and their progenies
L.O.3 Provide feed and implement feeding practices
L.O.4 Implement herd health program
L.O.5 Maintain and analyze records
3. Raise Swine
L.O.1 Select and train boars
L.O.2 Breed sows and gilts
L.O.3 Perform farrowing activities

L.O.4 Care and raise piglets to market age

L.O.5 Maintain herd health program

L.O.6 Record Data


4. Raise Large Ruminants (Beef, Dairy and Buffaloes)

L.O.1 Select and manage breeder cattle and buffaloes


L.O.2 Provide feeds and implement feeding practices
L.O.3 Manage the general herd
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CORE COMPETENCIES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
CAN I? YES NO
L.O.4 Provide life support facilities
L.O.5 Implement herd health program
L.O.6 Maintain and analyze records

EVIDENCES/PROOF OF CURRENT COMPETENCIES


Evidence of Current Competencies acquired related to Job/Occupation

Current
Proof/Evidence Means of validating
competencies
BASIC COMPETENCIES
1. Participate In Workplace Communication
L.O.1 Obtain and Certificate of Training Demonstration
convey workplace Certificate of Achievement Observation
information Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.2.Participate Certificate of Training Demonstration
in workplace Certificate of Achievement Observation
meetings and Interviews/ questioning
discussions Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.3. Complete Certificate of Training Demonstration
relevant work Certificate of Achievement Observation
related Interviews/ questioning
documents Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
2. Work In Team Environment

L.O.1. Describe Certificate of Training Demonstration


team role and Certificate of Achievement Observation
scope Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate

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Transcript of Record
Report Card

L.O.2. Identify Certificate of Training Demonstration


own role and Certificate of Achievement Observation
responsibility Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate
within team
Transcript of Record
Report Card

L.O.3. Work as a Certificate of Training Demonstration


team member Certificate of Achievement Observation
Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
3. Practice Career Professionalism
L.O.1. Integrate Certificate of Training Demonstration
personal Certificate of Achievement Observation
objectives with Interviews/ questioning
organizational Employment Certificate
goals Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.2. Set and Certificate of Training Demonstration
meet work Certificate of Achievement Observation
priorities Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.3. Maintain Certificate of Training Demonstration
professional growth Certificate of Achievement Observation
and development Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
4. Practice Occupational Health And Safety Procedures
L.O.1. Identify Certificate of Training Observation
hazards and risks Certificate of Achievement Interview

Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record

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Report Card

L.O.2. Evaluate Certificate of Training


Observation
hazards and risks Certificate of Achievement
Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card

L.O.3. Control Certificate of Training Observation


Interview
hazards and risks Certificate of Achievement
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card

L.O.4. Maintain Certificate of Training


Certificate of Achievement Observation
OHS awareness
Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card

EVIDENCES/PROOF OF CURRENT COMPETENCIES


Evidence of Current Competencies acquired related to Job/Occupation

Current
Proof/Evidence Means of validating
competencies
COMMON COMPETENCIES
1. Apply Safety Measures In Farm Operations
L.O.1 Determine Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews
areas of concern Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
for safety Practical Demonstration
measures Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.2 Apply Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews
appropriate Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
safety measures Practical Demonstration
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record

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Report Card

L.O.3.Safe Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews


keep/dispose tools, Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
materials and outfit Practical Demonstration
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
2. Use Farm Tools And Equipment
L.O.1 Select and Certificate of Training Demonstration
use farm tools Certificate of Achievement Observation
Interviews/ questioning
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.2 Select and Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews
operate farm Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
equipment Practical Demonstration
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.3.Perform Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews
preventive Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
maintenance Practical Demonstration
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
3. Perform Estimation And Basic Calculation
L.O.1 Perform Certificate of Training Oral/Written examination
estimation Certificate of Achievement Practical exercise

Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.2.Perform Certificate of Training Oral/Written examination
basic workplace Certificate of Achievement Practical exercise
calculation
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record

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Report Card
4. Process Farm Wastes
L.O.1. Collect Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews
farm wastes Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
Practical Demonstration
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.2. Identify Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews
and segregate Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
wastes Practical Demonstration
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card
L.O.3 Treat and Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews
process farm wastes Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
Practical Demonstration
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card

L.O.4.Maintain OHS Certificate of Training Oral/Written Interviews


Certificate of Achievement Direct Observation
awareness
Practical Demonstration
Employment Certificate
Transcript of Record
Report Card

Identifying Training Gaps


Summary of Current Competencies Versus Required Competencies

BASIC COMPETENCIES
Required Units of Current Competencies Training
Competency/Learning Gaps/Requirements
Outcomes based on CBC
CAN I?
1. Participate in workplace communication
L.O.1 Obtain and convey Obtain and convey
workplace
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workplace information information
L.O.2.Participate in Participate in
workplace meetings and workplace meetings
discussions and discussions
L.O.3. Complete relevant Complete relevant
work related documents work related
documents
2. Work in environment

L.O.1. Describe team role Describe team role


and scope and scope
L.O.2. Identify own role Identify own role and
and responsibility within responsibility within
team team
L.O.3. Work as a team Work as a team
member member
3. Practice Career Professionalism
L.O.1. Integrate personal Integrate personal
objectives with objectives with
organizational goals organizational goals
L.O.2. Set and meet work Set and meet work
priorities priorities
L.O.3. Maintain professional Maintain professional
growth and development growth and
development

4. Practice Occupational Health And Safety Procedures


L.O.1. Identify hazards and Identify hazards and
risks risks
L.O.2. Evaluate hazards Evaluate hazards
and risks and risks
L.O.3. Control hazards and Control hazards and
risks risks
L.O.4. Maintain OHS Maintain OHS
awareness awareness

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IDENTIFYING TRAINING GAPS
Summary of Current Competencies versus Required Competencies

COMMON COMPETENCIES
Required Units of Current Competencies Training
Competency/Learning Gaps/Requirements
Outcomes based on CBC
CAN I?
1. Apply Safety Measures In Farm Operations
L.O.1 Determine areas Determine areas of
of concern for safety concern for safety
measures measures
L.O.2 Apply appropriateApply appropriate
safety measures safety measures
L.O.3.Safe keep/dispose
Safe keep/dispose
tools, materials and outfit
tools, materials and
outfit
2. Use Farm Tools And Equipment
L.O.1 Select and use Select and use farm
farm tools tools
L.O.2 Select and operate Select and operate
farm equipment farm equipment
L.O.3.Perform Perform preventive
preventive maintenance maintenance
3. Perform Estimation And Basic Calculation
L.O.1 Perform estimation Perform estimation
L.O.2.Perform basic Perform basic
workplace calculation workplace calculation
4. Process Farm Wastes
L.O.1. Collect farm Collect farm wastes
wastes
L.O.2. Identify and Identify and segregate
segregate wastes wastes
L.O.3 Treat and process Treat and process
farm wastes farm wastes
L.O.3. Control hazards and Control hazards and
risks risks
L.O.4. Maintain OHS Maintain OHS
awareness awareness

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IDENTIFYING TRAINING GAPS
Summary of Current Competencies versus Required Competencies

CORE COMPETENCIES
Required Units of Current Competencies Training
Competency/Learning Gaps/Requirements
Outcomes based on CBC
CAN I?
1. Raise Poultry
L.O.1 Select and procure Select and procure
stock stock
L.O.2 Maintain optional Maintain optional
environment for poultry environment for poultry
L.O.3 Observe and Observe and assess
assess chick health chick health
L.O.4 Select brood /layer Select brood /layer
stock stock
L.O.5 Perform pre and Perform pre and post
post laying activities laying activities
L.O.6 Perform preventive Perform
and therapeutic preventive and
measures therapeutic
measures
2. Raise Small Ruminants
L.O.1 Select and manage Select and
breeder goats and sheep manage breeder
goats and sheep
L.O.2 Manage does/ewes Manage
and their progenies does/ewes and
their progenies
L.O.3 Provide feed and Provide feed and
implement feeding implement
practices feeding practices
L.O.4 Implement herd Implement herd
health program health program
L.O.5 Maintain and Maintain and
analyze records analyze records
3. Raise Swine

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L.O.1 Select and train Select and train
boars boars
L.O.2 Breed sows and gilts Breed sows and gilts
L.O.3 Perform farrowing Perform farrowing
activities activities

L.O.4 Care and raise piglets Care and raise


to market age piglets to market age

L.O.5 Maintain herd health Maintain herd health


program program

L.O.6 Record Data Record Data

4. Raise Large Ruminants (Beef, Dairy and Buffaloes)


L.O.1 Select and manage Select and manage
breeder cattle and breeder cattle and
buffaloes buffaloes
L.O.2 Provide feeds and Provide feeds and
implement feeding implement feeding
practices practices
L.O.3 Manage the general Manage the general
herd herd
L.O.4 Provide life support Provide life support
facilities
L.O.5 Implement herd Implement herd
health program health program
L.O.6 Maintain and Maintain and
analyze records analyze records

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TRAINING NEEDS

Training Needs Module Title/Module of Duration


Instruction
(Learning Outcomes)
L.O.1 Select and procure
stock
L.O.2 Maintain optional
environment for poultry
L.O.3 Observe and assess
chick health Raising Poultry 80 Hours
L.O.4 Select brood /layer stock

L.O.5 Perform pre and post


laying activities
L.O.6 Perform preventive and
therapeutic measures
L.O.1 Select and manage
breeder goats and sheep
Raising Small Ruminants 90 Hours
L.O.2 Manage does/ewes and
their progenies
L.O.3 Provide feed and
implement feeding practices
L.O.4 Implement herd health
program
L.O.5 Maintain and analyze
records
L.O.1 Select and train boars
Raise Swine 80 Hours
L.O.2 Breed sows and gilts

L.O.3 Perform farrowing


activities

L.O.4 Care and raise piglets to


market age

L.O.5 Maintain herd health


program

L.O.6 Record Data

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L.O.1 Select and manage
breeder cattle and buffaloes Raise Small Ruminants 90 Hours
L.O.2 Provide feeds and
implement feeding practices

L.O.3 Manage the general herd

L.O.4 Provide life support

L.O.5 Implement herd health


program
L.O.6 Maintain and analyze
records

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TRAINING PLAN

Qualification: ANIMAL PRODUCTION NC II

BASIC COMPETENCIES

Trainees Facilities/
Training Mode of Assessment Date and
Training Tools and Staff Venue
Activity/Task Training Method Time
Requirements Equipment

1. Participate Obtain and convey Group .Demonstration Standard Trainer Camarines


in workplace discussion operating Norte College
Observation 08/01/17
workplace information manuals of Arts and
communic Interaction Interview / Business 8:00 am
Hand-out for
ation questioning
meeting (Institutional 5:00 pm
procedures Assessment
Area
08/09/17
Practical Work
Participate in Lecture/disc Written Standard Area) 8:00 am
workplace ussion examination operating 5:00 pm
meetings and Demonstration of manuals
discussions Demonstrati practical skills Hand-out for
on
Direct observation meeting
procedures
Interview

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Complete relevant Demonstrati Written Forms on
work related on examination employment
documents Demonstration of conditions
Lecture and practical skills Standard
discussion Direct observation workplace
Interview forms and
documents

2. Work In Describe team role lecture/disc Written Hand-outs Trainer Camarines 08/10/17
Team and scope ussion examination and Norte College 8:00 am
Environme transparenci of Arts and
interaction Oral Questioning 5:00 pm
nt es,charts, Business
case pictures (Institutional
studies
Organization Assessment 08/18/17
field viewing al Structures Area 8:00 am
5. role and 5:00 pm
Practical Work
program Relationship Area)
s of Roles
simulation
Team
Sructures
and Roles

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Identify own role Lecture Test manuals of
and responsibility Policies and
group oral recitation
within team procedures
discussion Direct Observation
manufacture
role playing
rs
simulation specification
s and
instuctions

Top-down
and bottoms-
up flow of
information;
Inter-agency
MOAs.
Peer/work
group
Work as a team Lecture Test Communicati
member on policies
group oral recitation
and
discussion Direct Observation practices
role playing manual.
simulation Standard
Operating
procedure
Manual
Relevant
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legislation
affecting
operation/job
Handbook
on
Terminologie
s
3. Practice Integrate personal Lecture and Written and Oral Mission, Trainer Camarines 08/21/17
Career objectives with discussion Exam Vision, Norte College 8:00 am
Profession organizational Goals and of Arts and
Groupings Demonstration 5:00 pm
alism goals Objectives Business
GANTT chart (of (Institutional
Observation companies) 08/29/17
Assessment
Aptitude test Area 8:00 am
result 5:00 pm
Practical Work
Psychologic Area)
al test result
Set and meet work Lecture and Demonstration Manual of
priorities discussion the Code of
Written and Oral
Ethics
Demonstrati Exams
on Standard
Observations
Operating
Simulation/
Procedures
Role
Manual of
playing
the
Companys
Policies and
Maintenance
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of
Resources

Maintain Lecture and Demonstration Manual of


professional discussion the Code of
Written and Oral
growth and Ethics
Demonstrati Exams
development on Standard
Observations
Operating
Simulation/
Procedures
Role
Manual of
playing
the
Companys
Policies and
Maintenance
of
Resources
4. Practice Identify hazards Discussion/ Tests/written Philippine Trainer Camarines 08/30/17
Occupation and risks group examinations Occupational Norte College 8:00 am
al Health discussion Safety and of Arts and
Case 5:00 pm
And Safety Health Business
Interaction study/Situation/Int
Procedure Standards
erview (Institutional
s Symposium
Waste Assessment
Observation
Management Area 09/06/17
Demonstration Statutes and Practical Work 8:00 am
Rules Area) 5:00 pm
Physical
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Hazards/Biol
ogical
Hazards/Che
mical
Hazards
Decontamin
ation (Calling
designed)
emergency
personnel)
Evaluate hazards Discussion/ Tests/written Philippine
and risks group examinations Occupational
discussion Safety and
Case
Interaction Health
study/Situation/Int
Symposium Standards
erview
Physical
Observation
Hazards/Biol
Demonstration ogical
Hazards/Che
mical
Hazards

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Control hazards Discussion/ Tests/written Philippine
and risks group examinations Occupational
discussion Case study/ Safety and
Interaction Situation/Interview Health
Standards
Symposium Observation
Mask/Gloves
Demonstration /Apron
First Aid
Decontamin
ation of
Chemical &
toxic
Disaster
Preparednes
s/Manageme
nt

Maintain OHS Discussion/ Tests/written First Aid


awareness group examinations Decontaminat
discussion ion of
Case
Interaction study/Situation/Int chemical and
erview toxic
Disaster
Observation Preparedness
Demonstration /Management
Fire Drill
Medical/Healt
h Records
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COMMON COMPETENCIES

Training Facilities/
Trainees Training Mode of Assessment Date and
Activity/Ta Tools and Staff Venue
Requirements Training Method Time
sk Equipment

1. Apply Safety Determine Written Lecture and Safety manuals Trainer Camarines 09/07/17
Measures In areas of examination discussion Norte College 8:00 am
Farm concern for of Arts and
Simulation Simulation 12:00 pm
Operations safety Business
and
measures Visits and tour to
observation (Institutional
more advanced
Assessment 09/11/17
animal production
Area) 8:00 am
operations
(Practical 12:00 pm
Apply Lectures/discu Written exams Access to tools,
Work Area)
appropriate ssion materials, outfits
Interview
safety Demonstration Simulation/demonst used in farm
measures operations.
ration and direct
Emergency
observation
procedure manual
Safe Lecture and Interview/oral Access to simulated
keep/dispos discussion examination or actual animal-
e tools, production farm.
Simulation Simulation,
materials and demonstration (by Access to used tools
and outfit demonstration student) with direct and outfit, unused
(by instructor observation (by materials and waste

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and student) instructor) materials from farm
operations.

2. Use Farm Select and Group Written Test A.Farm Tools Trainer Camarines 09/11/17
Tools And use farm presentation/d Reaction Paper Sickle Norte College 1:00 pm
Equipment tools emonstration (Values formation) Cutters of Arts and 5:00 pm
Simulation/Rol Weighing Scales Business
e playing Hand Tools (Institutional 09/21/17
Measuring Tools Assessment 8:00 am
Farm Equipment Area) 10:00 am
Engine (Practical
Pumps Work Area)
Generators
Sprayers
Select and Group Graded oral A.farm tools
operate presentation recitation B.farm equipment
farm Practical/hand Practical Test C.farm supply and
equipment s-on equipment operation
demonstration materials:
procedural tires, brake fluid, fuel,
completion water, oil, lubricants,
techniques battle

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Perform Practical Actual inspection A.Farm tools
preventive demonstration based on B. Farm equipment
maintenanc Interaction prescribed criteria
e C. Farm supply and
materials

3. Perform Perform Lecture and Demonstration Access to conversion Trainer Camarines 09/21/17
Estimation estimation exercises tables, calculators, Norte College
Written 11:00 am
And Basic Demonstration examination/exercis weighing scale and of Arts and
Calculation other measuring Business 5:00 pm
es
tools. (Institutional
Information on the Assessment 09/22/17
packing weights of Area)
feeds, fertilizers and 8:00 am
(Practical
biologics 5:00 pm
Work Area)
Work task material
requirements and
schedules

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Perform Lecture and Demonstration Access to conversion
basic exercises tables, calculators,
Written
workplace Demonstration examination/exercis weighing scale and
calculation other measuring
es
tools.
Information on the
packing weights of
feeds, fertilizers and
biologics
Work task material
requirements and
schedules

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CORE COMPETENCIES

Trainees Facilities/
Training Mode of Assessment Date and
Training Staff Venue
Activity/Task Training Method Tools and Equipment Time
Requirements

1. Raise Select and Demonstration Written Breed/strain/hybrid Trainer Camarines 09/25/17


Poultry procure stock and Oral examination Norte
questioning Broiler strain 8:00 am
College of
Demonstration of Strains of layers
Lecture Arts and 5:00 pm
practical skills Breeds of egg-type
Business
Direct observation ducks
(Institutional 10/06/17
Breeds of Quail
Interview Assessment
Area 8:00 am
Practical 5:00 pm
Work Area)

Maintain Demonstration Written 1.Tools and Equipment


optional Lecture and examination Generator
environment discussion . Demonstration Heater
for poultry of practical skills Electric lamps
Direct observation Weighing scale
Interview Pail
Feed scope
Wheel barrow
Feed bin
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Feed cart
Syringe
Layer
Plastic drinking jars
Weighing scale
Chick size feeders
Egg trays
Infrared gas brooder
Syringes and needles
Debeaker
Feed cart
Fabricated layer cages
Napsack sprayer
Egg grader
Pail
Feed scoop
Hover
Chick guard
Curtains
Wheel barrow
Ducks and quails
Welded wire
Plastic poultry wire
PVC pipe
Feed through
Drinking through
Plastic waterers
Wheel barrow
Weighing scale
Egg trays
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Sacks
Nests
Old tire
Sprayer
Heater
Pail
2. Chick guard and
heaters
Aluminum sheets
Plain GI sheets
Lawanit
Hard card boards
Plywood
Portable
Heater
3.Litter materials
Old newspaper
Saw dust
Rice hulls
4.Feeders and waterer
Plastic feeders, 5-10
kgs. capacity
Feeding through (local
materials)
Bamboo
PVC pipes
Plastic jars, , , 1
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Observ Demonstratio Written Debeaker
e and n examination Poultry health record
assess Demonstration of
chick practical skills
health Direct observation
Interview
Select brood Demonstratio Written 1. Broiler strain
/layer stock n examination 2. Strains of layers
3. Breeds of egg-type
Demonstration of
ducks:
practical skills
Direct observation 4. Breeds of Quail
Interview
Testimonies of 5. Tools and equipments
good 1.1 Dust coats
performance and 1.2 Mask
behaviour of 1.3 Hand gloves
student 1.4 Boots
1.5 Old newspaper
1.6 Saw dust
1.7 Rice hulls
6. Procedures in
preparing brooding
houses

7. Personal integrity in
doing routine
managementpractices

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8.Perseverance in
executing routine works
Work safety
Perform pre demonstratio Written 1. Egg trays
and post n examinationDemo 1.1Plastic egg trays
laying nstration of (30 pcs./60 pcs.
activities practical skills capacity)
Direct observation 1.2Cartoon egg trays
Interview 2. Egg cart
3. Egg boxes
4. Egg grader
5. Jars
6. Gas stove/burners
7. Coloring
materials/dye
8. Incubator
9. Rice hull

Perform demonstratio Written 1. Broiler


preventive and n examination 1.1 Anti-stress
therapeutic Demonstration of preparation (e.g.
measures practical skills vitamins) mixed in
Direct water
observationIntervi 1.2 Vaccination
ew NCD, B1 strain
(live vaccine)
Infectious
bursal disease (IBD),
intermediate strain (live
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vaccine)
NCD, Las sota
strain (live
vaccine)
1.3 Preventive
measures (as the case
maybe)
antibiotics on
feeds/water
vitamins on
feed/water

2. Recommended
vaccination and
deworming
program for egg-
type chickens:
Mareks vaccine (day
old)
Newcastle disease
(NCD) or Avian pest
vaccine (10 days old)
Infectious bursal disease
(14 days)
Newcastle disease or
avian pest vaccine, La
Sota strain or equivalent
Fowl fox vaccine (6-8
weeks)
Newcastle disease

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vaccine, La Sota strain
or equivalent (10 weeks)
Dewormer (14 weeks)
Newcastle disease
vaccine, La Sota strain
or equivalent (16 weeks)
Insecticides (18 weeks)
Dewormer (18 weeks)
Dewormer (30 weeks)
Newcastle disease
vaccine, La Sota strain
or equivalent (32 weeks)

3. Recommended
medication and
vaccination program
for
Ducks and Quails
Antibiotic or sulfa drug
preparation (1-7 days)
Antibiotic-vitamin-
mineral mixture (8-14
days)
Multi-vitamins (21-28
days)
Antibiotic-vitamin-
mineral mixture (2
months)
Antibiotic-vitamin-
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months)
Fowl cholera vaccine
(4.5 months)
Antibiotic-vitamin-
mineral mixture (laying
months)
2. Raise Small Select and Lecture Written Access to stock of Trainer Camarines
Ruminants manage Demonstratio Examination introduced, native and Norte 10/09/17
breeder goats n and hands Interview crossbreed goat and College of
and sheep Simulation Demonstration of sheep breeds; Arts and 8:00 am
skills Business 5:00 pm
(Institutional
Assessment
Area 10/24/17
Practical 8:00 am
Work Area) 10:00 am

Manage Lecture/Discu Written Access to ear notching


does/ewes ssion Examination pliers, drenching gun/
and their Demonstratio Direct observation dehorner/disbudding
progenies equipment
n Interview Weighing scale
Visits/tour Demonstration of
Direct skills
observation

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Provide feed Lecture/Dem Written Access to feeding
and implement onstration examination manual for goats and
feeding Visit/Tour sheep.
Interview
practices Demonstratio Copy of BAI
n Demonstration of recommendation and
skills and Direct other country
observation recommendation on
stocking density.
Raw materials for feed
formulation

Implement Lecture/discu Written Access to information on


herd health ssion examinationInterv preventive measures
program iew recommended by BAI
Demonstratio
and industry.
n Demonstration
Access to tools and
and direct
supplies for medicating
observation
and vaccinating animals

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Maintain and Lecture and Written Sample records
analyze Discussion examination (identification,
records production, breeding,
Demonstratio Interview
health, feeds and
n Direct observation feeding, inventory,
disposal)
Sample cases wherein
decision can be made
based on records
Empty record books for
filling

3. Raise Select and Lecture- Practical tests pigs of different breeds Trainer Camarines 10/24/17
Swine train boars discussions Norte
Practical boars and junior boars 11:00 am
College of
Demonstratio demonstrations semen collection Arts and 5:00 pm
ns Interview paraphernalia Business
On-Farm microscope (Institutional
training
Assessment
Area
Breed sows Lecture- Practical tests Sows/gilts 11/07/17
and gilts discussions Pregnancy Practical
Practical Work Area) 8:00 am
Demonstratio tester/breeding record
demonstrations
ns AI Kit 10:00 am
Problem Interviews with microscope
solving participants in
actual work on
training settings

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Perform Lecture- Oral/written tests Piglets
farrowing discussions Practical tests Teeth clipper, ear
activities Demonstratio notcher
Interviews with
ns participants in Antiseptics and
On-farm actual work on disinfectants
training training settings Veterinary medicines
and biologics
Weighing scale for
piglets

Care Lecture- Oral/written Piglets


and discussions examinations Iron dextran/anti-scour
raise Demonstratio Practical drugs
piglets ns demonstrations Syringe and needles
to Brooder
Simulations
market Castration kit
age Swine feeds
Weighing scale
Marketing records.

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Maintain herd Lecture- written tests Veterinary drugs and
health discussions Practical tests biologics
program Farm Interviews with Swine
visitation and participants in Placenta and dead
health actual work on fetuses
inspection training settings
Demonstratio
ns
Record Data Lecture- Problem solving Stock record
discussions Oral and written Financial record
Problem examination Health record
solving Production record
Farm office Office equipment and
training supplies
On-farm
recordkeepin
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4. Raise Select and Demonstratio Written Dairy type cattle and Trainer Camarines 11/07/17
Large manage n examination buffaloes Norte 11:00 am
Rumina breeder cattle Simulations Demonstration of Beef type cattle and College of
nts and buffaloes Farm visit practical skills buffaloes Arts and 5:00 pm
(Beef, Direct observation Dual type cattle and Business
Dairy Interview buffaloes (Institutional 11/22/17
and AI kit and paraphernalia Assessment
Buffaloe 8:00 am
Area
s)
Practical 12:00 pm
Work Area)

Provide feeds Demonstratio Written Samples of native


and implement n examination grasses, imporved
feeding Demonstration of grasses and legumes,
Simulations
practices practical skills crop products
Farm visit Direct observation Samples of feed
Interview additives
Weighing scale
Mineral boxes, waterer,
feeding trough

Manage the Demonstratio Written Stocks


general herd n examination Pens for general herd
Demonstration of Pens for cows,
Simulations
practical skills caracows, carabulls
Farm visit Direct observation Stock yard
Interview Ear tags, breeding iron

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Provide life Demonstratio Written Pasture area
support n examination forages, grasses,
facilities Demonstration of
Simulations legumes
practical skills
Farm visit Direct observation Pens for geneal herd
Interview Stud pens for bulls
Night comals
Studs
Implement Demonstratio Written Veterinary medicines
herd health n examination Veterinary biologics
program Simulations Demonstration of
practical skills
Farm visit
Direct observation
Interview
Maintain and Demonstratio Written Record books
analyze nSimulations examination Computer
records Farm visit Demonstration of Pencils/ballpens/pentel
practical skills pens
Direct observation Calculator
Interview
Folders
Filing cabinets

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TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Camarines Norte College of Arts and Business
Bagong Silang 1, Labo Camarines Norte

TRAINEES RECORD BOOK

I.D.
Trainees No.1122

NAME: JENNY ELLAGA ABIAR

QUALIFICATION: ANIMAL PRODUCTION NC II

TRAINING DURATION: 340 HOURS

TRAINER: JOY ATIENZA VISITACION

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Instructions:
This Trainees Record Book (TRB) is intended to serve as record of all
accomplishment/task/activities while undergoing training in the industry. It will
eventually become evidence that can be submitted for portfolio assessment and for
whatever purpose it will serve you. It is therefore important that all its contents are
viably entered by both the trainees and instructor.

The Trainees Record Book contains all the required competencies in your
chosen qualification. All you have to do is to fill in the column Task required and
Date Accomplished with all the activities in accordance with the training program
and to be taken up in the school and with the guidance of the instructor. The
instructor will likewise indicate his/her remarks on the Instructors Remarks column
regarding the outcome of the task accomplished by the trainees. Be sure that the
trainee will personally accomplish the task and confirmed by the instructor.

It is of great importance that the content should be written legibly on ink. Avoid
any corrections or erasures and maintain the cleanliness of this record.

This will be collected by your trainer and submit the same to the Vocational
Instruction Supervisor (VIS) and shall form part of the permanent trainees document
on file.

THANK YOU.

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BASIC COMPETENCIES

Unit of Competency: PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION


NC Level II
Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
Outcome Accomplished Remarks
L.O.1 Obtain and 1.1 Specific and relevant
convey workplace information is accessed 08/09/17
information from appropriate
sources
1.2 Effective questioning ,
active listening and
speaking skills are used to
gather and convey
information
1.3 Appropriate medium is
used to transfer
information and ideas
1.4 Appropriate non- verbal
communication is used
1.5 Appropriate lines of
communication with
supervisors and
colleagues are identified
and followed
1.6 Defined workplace
procedures for the
location and storage of
information are used
Personal interaction is
carried out clearly and
concisely
L.O.2.Participate 2.1 Team meetings are attended
in workplace on time 08/09/17
meetings and 2.2 Own opinions are clearly
discussions expressed and those of
others are listened to
without interruption
2.3 Meeting inputs are
consistent with the
meeting purpose and
established protocols
2.4 Workplace interactions
are conducted in a
courteous manner
2.5 Questions about simple
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routine workplace
procedures and maters
concerning working
conditions of employment
are asked and responded
to
Meetings outcomes are
interpreted and
implemented
L.O.3. Complete 3.1 Range of forms relating to
relevant work conditions of employment 08/09/17
related are completed accurately
documents and legibly
3.2 Workplace data is recorded
on standard workplace forms
and documents
3.3 Basic mathematical
processes are used for
routine calculations
3.4 Errors in recording
information on forms/
documents are identified
and properly acted upon
Reporting requirements
to supervisor are
completed according to
organizational guidelines

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Unit of Competency: WORK IN TEAM ENVIRONMENT
NC Level II

Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors


Outcome Accomplished Remarks

L.O.1. Describe 1.1. The role and objective of the


team role and team is identified from 08/18/17
scope available sources of
information
1.2 Team parameters, reporting
relationships and responsibilities are
identified from team discussions and
appropriate external sources
L.O.2. Identify 2.1 Individual role and
own role and responsibilities within the team 08/18/17
responsibility environment are identified
within team
2.2 Roles and responsibility of other
team members are identified and
recognized
Reporting relationships within
team and external to team are
identified
L.O.3. Work as 3.1 Effective and appropriate forms
a team member of communications used and 08/18/17
interactions undertaken with
team members who contribute to
known team activities and
objectives
3.2 Effective and appropriate
contributions made to
complement team activities and
objectives, based on individual
skills and competencies and
workplace context
3.3 Observed protocols in reporting
using standard operating
procedures.

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Unit of Competency: PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM
NC Level II
Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
Outcome Accomplished Remarks

1. Integrate 1.1 Personal growth and work plans


personal are pursued towards improving 08/29/17
objectives the qualifications set for the
with profession
organization 1.2 Intra- and interpersonal
al goals relationships is are maintained in
the course of managing oneself
based on performance
evaluation
1.3 Commitment to the organization
and its goal is demonstrated in
the performance of duties

2. Set and 2.1 Competing demands are


meet work prioritized to achieve personal, 08/29/17
priorities team and organizational goals
and objectives.
2.2 Resources are utilized efficiently
and effectively to manage work
priorities and commitments
2.3 Practices along economic use
and maintenance of equipment
and facilities are followed as
per established procedures

3. Maintain 3.1 Trainings and career


professional opportunities are identified 08/29/17
growth and and availed of based on job
development requirements
3.2 Recognitions are
sought/received and
demonstrated as proof of career
advancement
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3.3 Licenses and/or certifications
relevant to job and career are
obtained and renewed

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Unit of Competency: PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
PROCEDURES
NC Level II
Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
Outcome Accomplished Remarks
1. Identify 1.1 Safety regulations
hazards and and workplace safety 09/06/17
risks and hazard control
practices and
procedures are
clarified and explained
based on organization
procedures
1.2 Hazards/risks in the
workplace and their
corresponding
indicators are
identified to minimize
or eliminate risk to co-
workers, workplace
and environment in
accordance with
organization
procedures
1.3 Contingency
measures during
workplace accidents,
fire and other
emergencies are
recognized and
established in
accordance with
organization
procedures

2. Evaluate 2.1 Terms of maximum


hazards and tolerable limits which 09/06/17
risks when exceeded will
result in harm or
damage are identified
based on threshold limit
values (TLV)
2.2 Effects of the hazards
are determined
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2.3 OHS issues and/or
concerns and identified
safety hazards are
reported to designated
personnel in
accordance with
workplace requirements
and relevant workplace
OHS legislation
L.O.3. Control 1. Occupational Health &
Safety (OHS) Procedures, 09/06/17
hazards and
practices & regulations
risks
2. PPE Types and Uses
3. Organization Safety and
Health
4. Protocol
Personal hygiene practices
L.O.4. Maintain 1.Organization safety and
health protocol
OHS awareness 2.Safety consciousness 09/06/17
3.Health consciousness

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COMMON COMPETENCIES

Unit of Competency: APPLY SAFETY MEASURES IN FARM OPERATIONS


NC Level II
Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
Outcome Accomplished Remarks
1. Determine 1.1 Work tasks are 09/11/17
areas of identified in line with
concern farm operations
for safety 1.2 Place for safety
measures measures are
determined in line with
farm operations
1.3 Time for safety
measures are
determined in line with
farm operations
1.4 Appropriate tools,
materials and outfits
are prepared in line with
job requirements
2. Apply 2.1 Tools and materials are 09/11/17
appropriat used according to
e safety specifications and
measures procedures
2.2 Outfits are worn
according to farm
requirements
2.3 Effectivity/shelf
life/expiration of
materials are strictly
observed
2.4 Emergency
procedures are known
and followed to ensure
a safework requirement
2.5 Hazards in the
workplace are identified
and reported in line with
farm guidelines
3. Safekeep/ 3.1 Used tools and outfit 09/11/17
dispose are cleaned after use
tools, and stored in
materials designated areas
and outfit 3.2 Unused materials are
properly labeled and

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stored according to
manufacturers
recommendation and
farm requirements
3.3 Waste materials are
disposed according to
manufacturers,
government and farm
requirements

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Unit of Competency: USE FARM TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
NC Level II
Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
Outcome Accomplished Remarks
1. Select and 1.1 Identified 09/21/17
use farm appropriate farm
tools tools according to
requirement/use
1.2 Farm tools are
checked for faults
and defective tools
reported in
accordance with
farm procedures
1.3 Appropriate tools
and equipment are
safely used
according to job
requirements and
manufacturers
conditions
2. Select and 2.1 Identify appropriate 09/21/17
operate farm equipment
farm 2.2 Instructional manual
equipment of the farm tools
and equipment are
carefully read prior
to operation
2.3 Pre-operation
check-up is
conducted in line
with manufacturers
manual
2.4 Faults in farm
equipment are
identified and
reported in line with
farm procedures
2.5 Farm equipment
used according to
its function
2.6 Followed safety
procedures

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3. Perform 3.1 Tools and 09/21/17
preventive equipment are
maintenan cleaned
ce immediately after
use in line with farm
procedures
3.2 Routine check-up
and maintenance
are performed
3.3 Tools and
equipment are
stored in designated
areas in line with
farm procedures

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Unit of Competency: PERFORM ESTIMATION AND BASIC CALCULATION
NC Level II

Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors


Outcome Accomplished Remarks

1. Perform 1.1 Job requirements are identified from 09/22/17


estimati written or oral communications
on 1.2 Quantities of materials and resources
required to complete a work task are
estimated
1.3 The time needed to complete a work
activity is estimated
1.4 Accurate estimate for work completion are
made
1.5 Estimate of materials and resources are
reported to appropriate person
2. Perform 2.1 Calculations to be made are identified 09/22/17
basic according to job requirements
workpla 2.2 Correct method of calculation identified
ce 2.3 System and units of measurement to
calculati be followed are ascertained
on 2.4 Calculation needed to complete work
tasks are performed using the four basic
process of addition, division, multiplication
and subtraction
2.5 Calculate whole fraction, percentage and
mixed when are used to complete the
instructions
2.6 Number computed in self-checked and
completed for alignment

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CORE COMPETENCIES

Unit of Competency: RAISE POULTRY


NC Level II
Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
Outcome Accomplished Remarks
1. Select and 1.1 Breed/strains/hybrid 10/06/17
procure are identified according
stock to industry standard

2. Maintain 2.1 Poultry houses, tools 10/06/17


optional and equipment are
environme cleaned and disinfected
nt for 2.2 Chick guard, curtains,
poultry heaters are installed and
adjusted based on
industry standard
2.3 Litter materials are laid-
out and
changed/cleaned
regularly
2.4 Feeders and water
trough are prepared and
cleaned regularly
2.5 Poultry species are fed
according to industry
standards
2.6 Feed left-over is properly
secured and spoiled feed
is disposed properly
2.7 Extended lighting system
is provided to 20 week
old pullets based on
industry standard
3. Observe 3.1 Chicks behavior are 10/06/17
and assess monitored to determine
chick health condition
health 3.2 Records are collected
and collated
3.3 Chicks are debeaked in
appropriate time
4. Select 4.1 Poultry species for 10/06/17
brood brooding are selected
/layer stock and transferred to
growing house
4.2 Poultry species intended
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for layers are selected
and transferred to laying
house
4.3 Chicks with undesirable
traits are culled from the
herd
5. Perform 5.1 Eggs are harvested once 10/06/17
pre and or twice a day using
post laying appropriate materials
activities 5.2 Eggs are classified
according to industry
classification
standards
5.3 Eggs are stored at room
temperature
5.4 Eggs are processed to
extend storage life and
add value
6. Perform 6.1 Medication programs are 10/06/17
preventive administered according
and to industry and farm
therapeutic production requirements
measures 6.2 Physical evaluation of
poultry species are
regularly performed
6.3 Protective measures
are administered
according to industry and
farm production
requirements
6.4 Poultry species with
undesirable traits are
culled out
6.5 Health records are
updated on a regular
basis

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Unit of Competency: RAISE SMALL RUMINANTS
NC Level II
Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
Outcome Accomplished Remarks
1. Select and 1.1 Suitable and superior 10/24/17
manage breeds of goats and
breeder goats sheep are identified
and sheep based on industry
standard
1.1 Bucks/rams are well fed
and groomed regularly
1.2 Signs of heat are
detected among sexually
mature does and ewes
1.3 Breeder does and ewes
are mated with
genetically superior
rams/buck
1.4 Pregnant animals are
diagnosed/confirmed
1.5 Unproductive
buck/ram and doe/ewe
are culled
1.6 Signs of pre-heat,
standing heat and post
heat are detected
1.7 Breeder bucks/rams and
does/ewes are properly
housed
2. Manage 2.1 Signs of approaching 10/24/17
does/ewes kidding/lambing are
and their monitored
progenies 2.2 Placenta and dead
kids/lambs are disposed
properly
2.3 Assisted kids/lambs to
suckle colostrums
2.4 Kids/lambs are identified
through ear tags/notches
2.5 Disbudded growing
kids/lambs appropriately
2.6 Dehorning and
castration of unwanted
growing kids/lambs are
done 3-4 weeks of age
2.7 Lactating goats and
sheep are kept in clean
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and quiet environment,
and are separated from
the breeder males
2.8 Forage grasses,
concentrates, other
feed supplement and
adequate water supply
are provided
3. Provide feed 3.1 Guides in feeding the 10/24/17
and general herd/flock of
implement goats and sheep are
feeding implemented based on
practices industry standard
3.2 Supplementary
concentrates and other
feed supplements are
identified and provided
3.3 Established and
maintained pasture
grasses for the
flock/herd
4. Implement 4.1 Preventive measures 10/24/17
herd health are instituted based on
program industry and BAI
standard
4.2 Medication and
vaccination programs
are followed strictly as
recommended by
manufacturers and
veterinarian
4.3 Sick animals are treated
properly and dead
goats/sheep are
disposed
5. Maintain and 5.1 Appropriate records 10/24/17
analyze are kept, collated and
records analyzed regularly
5.2 Management decisions
are carried out properly
based on records

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Unit of Competency: RAISE SWINE
NC Level II
Learning Task/Activity Required Date Instructors
Outcome Accomplished Remarks
L.O.1 Select 1.Characteristics of different 11/07/17
and train boars breeds
2.Characteristics of good breeder
and hog grower
3.Selection of breeder and
replacement stocks
4.Dos and Donts in training
boars
5.Selection criteria and breeding
objectives
6.Semen collection and
evaluation
7.BAI semen quality standards
1.Selection and culling breeder 11/07/17
L.O.2 Breed stocks
sows and gilts 2.Production cycle
3.Heat detection and Pregnancy
Diagnosis
4.Natural breeding and Artificial
Insemination
5.Reproductive Efficiency
L.O.3 Perform 1.Preparations for farrowing 11/07/17
farrowing 2.Assistance activities for
activities farrowing sows
3.Care of newly-farrowed piglets
4.Nutritional requirements (sow
feeding scheme)
5.Common Farrowing Problems
L.O.4 Care and 1.Nutritional requirements/ 11/07/17
raise piglets to Feeding Scheme of Piglets to
market age Market Age
2.Caring piglets to market age
3.Herd Health Management
4.Regular checkup and repair of
tools and equipment
5.Marketing fattened hogs

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L.O.5 Maintain 1.Signs of Unhealthy Pigs 11/07/17
herd health 2.Medication Program (complying
program BAI, NMIC, PAHC, DA and
DENR standards)
3.Regulatory controls and
policies on handling, use and
disposal of biologics, veterinary
drugs and other supplies
4.Program disposal of wastes
(placenta and dead fetuses and
others)
5.Safety in handling biologics and
veterinary drugs
L.O.6 Record 1.Stock inventory 11/07/17
Data 2.Performance records and
production efficiency
3.Mortality and Morbidity
Recordkeeping
4.Financial recording
5.Sow productivity Index
calculation
6.Feed efficiency calculation
7.Financial viability of swine
enterprise
8.Office equipment and supplies
9.Business ethics

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Unit of Competency: RAISE LARGE RUMINANTS
NC Level II

Learning Outcome Task/Activity Required Date Instructors


Accomplished Remarks
1. Select and 1.1 Suitable and superior 11/22/17
manage breeder breeds of cattle and
cattle and buffaloes are identified
buffaloes and selected based on
industry and BAI
standards
1.2 Breeding objectives are
identified and formulated
to which selected cattle
and buffaloes will be
raised
1.3 Breeding systems for
cattle and buffaloes are
identified and
implemented according to
enterprise procedures
1.4 Reproductive
physiology of large
ruminants is discussed
according to enterprise
procedures
1.5 Natural or synchronized
estrus among
heifers/cows is observed
2. Provide feeds and 2.1 Feed resources 11/22/17
implement feeding appropriate for cattle and
practices buffaloes at various
physiological stages are
identified based on
industry and BAI standard
2.2 Feed additives and
mineral supplements are
given according to
enterprise procedures
2.3 Appropriate feeding
system is implemented
3. Manage the 3.1 Claves, growers and 11/22/17
general herd fatteners are reared
according to enterprise
requirements
3.2 Sound stocking rate is
ensured and general herd
is managed appropriately
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3.3 Breeding cows and bulls
are reared according to
enterprise requirements

4. Provide life 4.1 Areas and support system 11/22/17


support facilities for pasture
establishment and
maintenance, housing
and infrastructure
facilities and tools and
equipment are identified
based on industry and BAI
standards
4.2 Pasture grasses and
legumes suited for general
herd are identified
4.3 Housing system and
related infrastructures for
general herd is identified
4.4 Natural mating or artificial
insemination in cattle and
buffaloes are used
according to enterprise
procedures
5. Implement herd 5.1 Immunization program is 11/22/17
health program adopted in accordance
with industry standards
5.2 Medication program is
implemented based on
industry and farm
requirements
6. Maintain and 6.1 Records are kept, 11/22/17
analyze records updated and analyzed
according to organization
standard
6.2 Economic viability of the
project is analyzed

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TRAINEES PROGRESS SHEET

Name: JENNY ELLAGA ABIAR Trainer: JOY ATIENZA VISITACION

Qualification: ANIMAL PRODUCTION NC II Nominal Duration: 660 Hours

Training Date Date Trainees Supervisor


Units of Competency Training Activity Rating
Duration Started Finished Initial s Initial

BASIC COMPETENCIES
Participate in workplace communication

L.O.1 Obtain and convey C


workplace information

L.O.2.Participate in workplace 54 HOURS 08/01/17 08/09/17 C


meetings and discussions

L.O.3. Complete relevant work C


related documents

Work In Team Environment

L.O.1. Describe team role and C



scope
L.O.2. Identify own role and C
54 HOURS
responsibility within team 08/10/17 08/18/17
L.O.3. Work as a team member
C

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Practice Career Professionalism
L.O.1. Integrate personal
objectives with organizational C
goals
L.O.2. Set and meet work 54 HOURS 08/21/17 08/29/17 C
priorities
L.O.3. Maintain professional C
growth and development
Practice Occupational Health And Safety Procedures
L.O.1. Identify hazards and risks C

L.O.2. Evaluate hazards and C



risks 54 HOURS 08/30/17 09/06/17
L.O.3. Control hazards and risks C

L.O.4. Maintain OHS awareness C


COMMON COMPETENCIES
Apply Safety Measures In Farm Operations
L.O.1 Determine areas of C
concern for safety measures

L.O.2 Apply appropriate safety C
measures
20 HOURS 09/07/17 09/11/17
L.O.3.Safe keep/dispose tools,
materials and outfit C

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Use Farm Tools And Equipment
L.O.1 Select and use farm C
tools

L.O.2 Select and operate farm 09/11/17 09/21/17
70 HOURS C
equipment
L.O.3.Perform preventive C
maintenance

Perform Estimation And Basic Calculation
L.O.1 Perform estimation C

14 HOURS 09/21/17 09/22/17
L.O.2.Perform basic workplace C
calculation

CORE COMPETENCIES
Raise Poultry
L.O.1 Select and procure stock 80 Hours 09/25/17 10/06/17

C
L.O.2 Maintain optional environment

for poultry C
L.O.3 Observe and assess chick

health C
L.O.4 Select brood /layer stock

C
L.O.5 Perform pre and post laying

activities C
L.O.6 Perform preventive and

therapeutic measures C
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Raise Small Ruminants
L.O.1 Select and manage breeder 90 Hours 10/09/17 10/24/17

goats and sheep C

L.O.2 Manage does/ewes and their



progenies C
L.O.3 Provide feed and implement
feeding practices
C
L.O.4 Implement herd health
program
C
L.O.5 Maintain and analyze records

C
Raise Swine
L.O.1 Select and train boars 80 Hours 10/24/17 11/07/17 C

L.O.2 Breed sows and gilts C


L.O.3 Perform farrowing activities C


L.O.4 Care and raise piglets to C
market age

L.O.5 Maintain herd health C


program

L.O.6 Record Data C



Raise Large Ruminants (Beef, Dairy and Buffaloes)

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L.O.1 Select and manage breeder 90 Hours 11/07/17 11/22/17 C
cattle and buffaloes

L.O.2 Provide feeds and implement C


feeding practices

L.O.3 Manage the general herd C


L.O.4 Provide life support facilities C


L.O.5 Implement herd health C


program

L.O.6 Maintain and C



analyze records

TOTAL 660 Hours

Note: The trainee and the supervisor must have a copy of this form. The column for rating maybe used either by giving a numerical rating or simply indicating

competent or not yet competent. For purposes of analysis, you may require industry supervisors to give a numerical rating for the performance of your

trainees. Please take note however that in TESDA, we do not use numerical

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Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
CAMARINES NORTE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND BUSINESS
Bagong Silang 1, Labo Camarines Norte

Name: Jenny Ellaga Abiar Date: November 22, 2017


Qualification: _Animal Production NC II

TRAINING SESSION EVALUATION FORM

This post-training evaluation instrument is intended to measure how satisfactory your


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

TRAINER/ Poor/ Fair/ Good Very Outstanding


INSTRUCTORS Unsatisfactory Satisfactor /Adequate Good/Very
Name of Trainer: y satisfactor
y
JOY ATIENZA
VISITACION 1 2 3 4 5
1. Orients trainees
about CBT, the
use of CBLM
and the
evaluation
system
2. Exhibits clearly
the unit of
competencies to
be attained at
the start of
every module
3. Motivates and
elicits active
participation
from the
students or
trainees
4. Keeps records
of evidence/s of
competency
attainment of
each student
/trainee
5. Instills value of
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safety and
orderliness in
the classrooms
and workshops
6. Instills the value
of teamwork and
positive work
values
7. Instills good
grooming and
hygiene
8. Instills value of
time
9. Quality of voice
while teaching
10. Clarity of
language
/dialect used in
teaching
11. Provides extra
attention to
trainees and
students with
specific learning
needs
12. Attends classes
regularly and
promptly
13. Shows energy
and enthusiasm
while teaching
14. Maximizes use
of training
supplies and
materials
15. Dresses
appropriately
16. Shows empathy

17. Demonstrates
self-control

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Poor/ Fair/ Good Very Outstanding
Unsatisfactory Satisfactory /Adequate Good/Very
satisfactory
PREPARATION
1 2 3 4 5
1. Workshop
layout conforms
with the
components of a
CBT workshop.
2. Number of
CBLM is
sufficient
3. Objectives of
every training
session is well
explained
4. Expected
activities/outputs
are clarified
Poor/ Fair/ Good Very Outstanding
PROGRAM Unsatisfactory Satisfactor /Adequate Good/Very
y satisfactor
DESIGN AND y
DELIVERY 1 2 3 4 5

1. Course
contents are
sufficient to
attain
objectives
2. CBLM are
logically
organized and
presented
3. Information
Sheet are
comprehensiv
e in providing
the required
knowledge
4. Examples,
illustrations and
demonstrations
help you learn

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Poor/ Fair/ Good Very Outstanding
PROGRAM Unsatisfactory Satisfactor /Adequate Good/Very
y satisfactor
DESIGN AND y
DELIVERY 1 2 3 4 5
5. Practice
exercises like
Task/Job
Sheets are
sufficient to
learn required
skills
6. Valuable
knowledge are
learned
through the
contents of the
course
7. Training
Methodologies
are effective
8. Assessments
Methods and
evaluation
system, are
suitable for the
trainees and
the
competencies
9. Recording of
achievements
and
competencies
acquired is
prompt and
comprehensiv
e
10. Feedback
about the
performance
of learners are
given
immediately

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Poor/ Fair/ Good Very Outstanding
Unsatisfactory Satisfactory /Adequate Good/Very
TRAINING satisfactory
FACILITIES / 1 2 3 4 5
RESOURCES

1. Training
Resources are
adequate2.
Training Venue
is conducive
and appropriate
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
Poor/ Fair/ Good Very Outstanding
Unsatisfactory Satisfactory /Adequate Good/Very
SUPPORT AND satisfactory
STAFF 1 2 3 4 5

1. Support Staff
are
accommodating

COMMENTS /SUGGESTIONS:
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Self-Evaluation

The trainer shall design a self-evaluation questionnaire that


he/she shall answer after the conduct of the training. This shall serve
as a checklist of what he/she must do. A short sample is given below.

During the session, did I? Yes No


1. Establish an atmosphere of trust?

2. Encourage participation of the


trainees?
3. Assist the trainees when they needed
assistance?
4. Consider the feedback of trainees?

5. Remain aware of nonverbal


communication?
6. Praise effort?

7. Summarize key points?

8. Vary activities and tasks to aid


attainment of competency?
9. Provide opportunities for practice?

10. Achieve the learning objectives?

Sample questions that the trainer could answer:

1. Were there any parts of the session which did not run as expected?
Why?
2. Did any unexpected problem arise? Did I deal with them correctly?
3. Were the session outcomes achieved? If not, why?
4. Should anything be changed for the next training sessions?

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Range:

0.00 1.49 = Poor/Unsatisfactory


1.50 2.49 = Fair /Adequate
2.50 3.49 = Good/Satisfactory
3.50 4.49 = Very Good / Very Satisfactory
4.50 5.0 = Outstanding

AVERAGE RATINGS

PREPARATION Average
1. Workshop layout conforms 4
with the components of a CBT
workshop
2. Number of CBLM is sufficient 4
3. Objectives of every training 5
session is well explained
4. Expected activities/outputs are 3
clarified
General Average 16
Very Good/Very Satisfactory 4

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