Você está na página 1de 20

Welcome trainees

CAGAYAN STATE UNIVERSITY

BREAD AND PASTRY NC


II
Competency Based
Training

CBT
What is CBT?
• It is a training delivery approach that
focuses on the competency development
of the learner as a result of the training.
• It emphasizes on what the learner can
actually do.
• It allows the learner to do multiple
attempts to do the task.
• It is concerned with the attainment and
application of knowledge, skills and
attitude to a specific level of competency.
10 Principles of CBT
1. The training is based on curriculum developed from
the competency standards;
2. Learning is modular in structure;
3. Training delivery is individualized and self-paced;
4. Training is based on work that must be performed;
5. Training materials are directly related to the
competency standards and curriculum modules;
6. Assessment is based in the collection of
evidence of the performance of work to the
industry required standard;
7. Training is based both on and off the job
components;
8. Training program allows for recognition
of prior learning (RPL) or current
competencies;
9. Training allows for multiple entry and
exit;
10. Training programs are registered with
Competency Based Training Delivery
Student enters
program Review learning YES
package
• Orientation
• Role of trainer/trainee View multimedia
• Administer RPL materials Instructor Instructor Satisfactorily
• Organize learning
observes Rates Performed
strategy performance performance Competency
Use manuals
Student selects
Competency NO
and receive Observe
instructions demonstration
Student
Student
• Administer Learning Contract Rates own
attempts task Have enough
• Provide materials Practice skills in performance
• Introduce CBLM materials workshop Competency
• Session Plan been
• Introduce the Use of progress achieve?
and achievement Report Receive EXIT
•Training Activity Matrix assistance and PROGRAM YES
•Trainees Record Book advise
(TRB)
Role of the CBT Trainees
• You may select what you want
to learn and when you want to
learn it, within reason;
• You learn at your own rate
within program guidelines. You
may speed up, slow down, stop
or even repeat a task;
• You may learn – individually,
one to one basis, in small
group, in large groups or with
audio-visuals;
• You decide when you are ready
• You compete against present job
standards and not against other
trainees.
• You know “up front”, before
instruction begins what you are
expected to know and do to complete
the program.
• You evaluate your own progress to see
how well you are doing.
• You move freely in the workshop,
laboratory and or training center.
• You know you will be rated mainly on
performance, while paper and pencil
tests will be used mainly to check
your knowledge of the task.
• You learn according to your interest,
needs and abilities- not according to
teacher timeliness and expediency.
Role of Trainer
• Coordinate learning
activities
• Spend major portion of
training time giving
demonstrations
• Assign task to you
(trainees)
• Provide individual and
small group assistance
Bread and Pastry Production NC II
Bread and Pastry Production
NC 11
BASIC COMPETENCIES 18 hours
COMMON COMPETENCIES 18 hours
CORE COMPETENCIES 105 hours
141 hours
BASIC COMPETENCIES
• Participate In Workplace
Communication
• Work In Team Environment
• Practice Career Professionalism
• Practice Occupational Health
And Safety Procedures
COMMON COMPETENCIES

• Develop and update industry


knowledge
• Observe workplace hygiene
procedures
• Perform computer operations
• Perform workplace and safety
practices
CORE COMPETENCIES
• Prepare and produce bakery products
• Prepare and produce pastry products
• Prepare and present gateaux, tortes &cake
• Prepare and display petit fours
• Prepare desserts
Parts of the CBLM
References
Performance Criteria
Performance Criteria Checklist
Checklist

Operation/Task/Job Sheet
Self Check Answer Key
Self Check
Information Sheet
Learning Experiences
Learning Outcome Summary
Module Content
List of Competencies

Front page
HOW TO USE THE CBLM
1. You are required to go through a series of learning
activities in order to complete each learning outcome.
2. In each learning outcome, there are
 Information sheets
 Self-checks
 Job sheets
 Performance criteria check list.
3. Follow and perform the activities on your own. If you have
questions, do not hesitate to ask assistance from me (trainer).
4. When you feel confident that you have had sufficient
practice, ask me (trainer) to evaluate you. The results of
your assessment will be recorded in your progress chart
and achievement chart.
Instructional facilities, Resources/ Workshop
and Workstations
Evaluation System
• Trainees will be evaluated in 3
aspects:
Written
Oral Questioning
Demonstration
MONITORING TOOLS

Training Activity Matrix


Progress Chart
Achievement Chart
Trainees Record Book