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1.

How do you teach Technical-Vocational Education under the community-Based Program TESDA
and explained fully

Personally as I experience in private school was really a overwhelming in my teaching career as


a matter of fact I was deployed in King of Zion school in Tin ao agusan Cagayan de 0ro city as technology
livelihood education teacher for 12 months. Technical vocational Education is one of the trending
programs of the government which student could will find a specific job for their employment. If I will be
an Instructors of TVET or Technical Vocational Education Program under Community –based program I
would be teaching based on my qualifications that I have like Bread and pastry, Food Processing
Production, masonry and Carpentry and in order for me to be qualify as a trainer you must have Trainers
Methodology Level 1 (TM). Since this is community as a trainer you need to identify what are the resources
of their community and needs of the people before teaching, why we are doing that it’s because we must
be resourceful as a trainer and to inculcate the true significance of what they are learned from me. As
trainer also, due to the community based program there is a reasonable adjustment. Not all of your
student could understand English so must speak their native language like visayan, tagalog or even
maranao in order for your student to fully understand the terms and methodology of what you are
teaching. Community-based livelihood-oriented training programs undertaken by local government units
and non-government organizations shall not be subjected to registration unless prescribed by the TESDA
Board. For trainer all of the lesson that you will taught to your students must be based on the training
regulations to know what would the student performs during the class session. The Training Regulations
(TRs) are being developed in consultation with industry leaders and promulgated by the TESDA Board. The
training regulations consist of the competency standards, training standards and assessment and
certification arrangements. They serve as the bases for the development of curriculum and instructional
materials and competency assessment packages for competency-based technical education and skills
development. They spell out the over-all parameters by which programs are qualified and registered. The
development of TRs takes into consideration four (4) essential components of training delivery: the
curriculum, the qualification of trainers, the tools and available equipment and training facilities. The
training also is Performance based to become Competent of different Unit of competency based on the
Training regulations prescribed occupational skills standards and training standards. Trainer’s also Must
embodied the Competency Based Training there shall be an increased number of TVET graduates with
verified/validated competence to perform a particular skill according to quality standards defined by
industry. Moreover, the registry of certified job ready TVET graduates is readily available to prospective
employers, both for local and overseas employment because that is the primarily the goal. As a trainer
also its pursuits of relevant, accessible, equal and cost and efficient TVET, TESDA will gear up to raise the
capacity of TVET by being more innovative in managing its resources and tapping more partners that could
augment the limited resources, and satisfy the demands of the industries in terms of skills and
competency requirements by sharpening labor market intelligence and subsequently use the updated
labor market information in developing and re-engineering training programs. After the training the
Trainers must also conduct the Institutional assessment before encourage them to apply for national
assessment for student .Assessment and certification is a program that aims to assess and certify
competencies of middle-level skilled workers through the Philippine TVET Competency and Assessment
Certification Systems (PTCACS). This is designed to ensure that the skilled worker possess the necessary
competencies to perform the job in accordance with industry requirements. The assessment areas and
methodology are defined in the training regulations. The National Certificate (NC) is issued by TESDA when
the candidate had demonstrated competence during an assessment session covering the identified units
of competency for a particular qualification. In case of failure to demonstrate competence in all units or
cluster of units in an NC, a Certificate of Competency (COC) is issued for specific units where the graduate
has demonstrated competence. Re-assessment are allowed for areas not satisfactorily achieve within two
years. With two consecutive failures, a candidate is advised to go through a refresher course before taking
another assessment.

2. How can one become a good leader? What are the best attributes of a good leadership?

Good leaders must be good role models, knowledgeable in their fields, and worthy of respect. There are
many ways to lead, whether it's by taking on a leadership role at work, or being the captain of your sports
team. Here are some tips to help you excel as a leader in any situation in life

Be a good role model. To earn respect, it's important to show that you know your stuff. People will respect
and listen to you, if they know you are knowledgeable in your field

Be clear about your rules and expectations. Whether you're the CEO of a company or the manager of a
team of four people, it's important to make your expectations "crystal" clear from the beginning

Leave room for input. Though it's important to be firm, you should still leave some room for the
considerations of others. This way you won't look like a dictator. Also, there's a lot you can learn from
your employees, which might help your business thrive.

Reward employees for good behavior. To be a good leader, you need to maintain high team morale, and
to motivate employees to achieve their goals in a timely manner. Also, make your rewards desirable and
fun.

Be liked. Though it's important for your workers to respect you most of all, it couldn't hurt for them to
think you're a person who is worth spending time with. This will make them more excited to work for you
and to have you as their leader! Here are some ways to make sure you are liked

And most likely the failures of leadership is the poor of coordination.

3. What are your strengths and weakness as a person?

The strengths and weaknesses as a person is my family caused they give me so much joy at the desame
time my weakness for troubles and obstacle in life.
4. Rank in order the following attributes which are important to you. Whit No. 1 as the most
important and no. 6 as the least important and explain each rank.

1. Honesty

Whatever ethical plane you hold yourself to, when you are responsible for a team of people, its important
to raise the bar even higher. Your business and its employees are a reflection of yourself, and if you make
honest and ethical behavior a key value, your team will follow suit

2. Confidence

There may be days where the future of your brand is worrisome and things aren’t going according to plan.
This is true with any business, large or small, and the most important thing is not to panic. Part of your job
as a leader is to put out fires and maintain the team morale. Keep up your confidence level, and assure
everyone that setbacks are natural and the important thing is to focus on the larger goal. As the leader,
by staying calm and confident, you will help keep the team feeling the same.

3. Commitment

If you expect your team to work hard and produce quality content, you’re going to need to lead by
example. There is no greater motivation than seeing the boss down in the trenches working alongside
everyone else, showing that hard work is being done on every level.

4. Communication

Knowing what you want accomplished may seem clear in your head, but if you try to explain it to someone
else and are met with a blank expression, you know there is a problem.

5. Positive Attitude

You want to keep your team motivated towards the continued success of the company, and keep the
energy levels up.

6. Intuition

When leading a team through uncharted waters, there is no roadmap on what to do. Everything is
uncertain, and the higher the risk, the higher the pressure.