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SMAW

NC II
(268 Hrs)
Shielded Metal Arc Welding
National Certificate Level II
Basic Competencies
• Participating in workplace communication
• Working in a team environment
• Practicing career professionalism
• Practicing occupational health and safety

Common Competencies
• Applying safety practices
• Interpreting drawing and sketches
• Perform industry calculation
• Contributing quality to system
• Use hand tools
• Preparing weld materials
• Setting-up weld equipment
• Fitting up weld materials
• Repairing weld
Core Competencies

• Performing groove welding on carbon


steel plate
• Performing groove welding on carbon
steel pipe
What is competency?

Application of knowledge, skills


and attitude to perform work
activities to the standards in the
workplace
Competency are gained through:

• Life experience
• Formal education
• Apprenticeship
• On the job experiences
• Self help programs
• Training and development programs
What is competency based training?

CBT is a training delivery approach


that focuses on the competency
development of the learner as a
result of the training.
10 Principles of CBT
1.The training is based on
curriculum developed from
the competency standards
2. Learning is competency-
based or modular in
structure
3.Training delivery is individualized
and self-paced
(Learning is done by the learner at own pace)
4. Training is based on work that must
be performed
(Based on Industry practice)
5. Training materials are directly
related to the competency standards
and the curriculum
6. Assessment of learners is based in
the collection of evidences of work
performance based on industry or
organizational required standards
7. Training is based both on and off
the job components
(work based)
8.The system allows Recognition of
Prior Learning (RPL)
9. The system allows for learners to
enter and exit programs at different
times and levels and to receive an
award for competencies attained at
any point
10. Approved training programs
are nationally accredited
Role of the
trainer
Role of the CBT Trainer

 Facilitator
 Evaluator
 Helps those in needs
Role of the
Trainee
Role of the Trainee

 Select want they want to learn


 Learn at their own pace
 Request credit on what they already
learn
 May choose how they want to learn
(self-paced, small or large group)
Role of the Trainee

 Responsible for what they


learn and when they learn
 Should decide when ready to
perform the task to receive
credit
 Should compete agianst the
prescribe standard
What is a CBLM?

 Competency Based Learning


Material - serve as guide or resource
for ‘self paced’ learning
Competency Based Training Flowchart

Conduct Pre-Assessment

Review learning
Trainee enters
package
program YES
Conduct institutional assessment
Satisfactorily
• Administer RPL View multimedia Performed
• Orientation Competency?
materials Trainer Trainer
• Role of trainer/trainee
observes Rates NO
performance performance

Use manuals Have completed YES


Facilitate training session all the
competencies?
NO
Trainee selects Observe Trainee
Trainee
competency demonstration Rates own
attempts task
and receive performance
Have enough
instructions Competency/ies
Practice skills in NO been
achieved?
• Administer Learning Contract workshop
• Organize learning strategy
YES
• Provide materials Trainee exits
Receive program
• Introduce CBLM materials
• Introduce the Use of assistance and
Achievement Progress advise Trainee exits
Report program
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