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computer systems servicing

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computer systems servicing


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0946 448 5036


LEARNING
MATERIALS
install and configure computer
systems
Setup computer
setup computer server network

maintain and repair computer systems and


networks
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balana
computer systems servicing assesso
trainer
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dos and don’ts
Don’t change restricted
no food and drink
settings
keep your workstation area neat and
print only when necessary
clean
keep your files operate the equipment with respect and
organized care
students are allowed to use internet
work quietly
connections
computer devices must be in silent
mode
Must have…
extra flash drive, storage for lesson
(optional)

RJ45 50 pieces

2 Flash drives (at least


4GB)
modular jack (wall jack keystone) 2
pieces

facebook account
shop layout
station station station station station1

exit
fire
instructor
’s table
2 7 8 9 0

Station
9
station
10
baggage area
entrance

comfort
tool room
room
station station station station
1 2 2 2
pretest posttest

a test given to students


a preliminary test after completion of an
administered to instructional program or
determine a student's segment and often used
baseline knowledge or in conjunction with a
preparedness for an pretest to measure their
educational experience achievement and the
or course of study. effectiveness of the
program.
Ten principles of
competency based
training
1
The training is based on curriculum
developed from competency standards

The trainer should be aware that all training


activities are done towards the attainment of the
assessment criteria set in the competency based
curriculum.
2 Learning is modular in its structure

One competency is generally considered as one module.


Since learning is modular in instructions, a trainee
should be competent in the module currently being
trained before going to other competency.
3 Training delivery is learner –centered
and should accommodate individualized
and self-paced learning strategies
Trainees are treated as individual learners
with different characteristics, learning
styles and training needs.

The sessions should therefore provide for


varied activities, employing different methods
of training.
4 Training is based on work that must be
performed

Training is always based on actual industry


practices. Training should provide for a
simulated work environment.
5 Training materials are directly related
to the competency standards and
curriculum modules
The competency based learning materials used
during the training should conform to the
competency based curriculum and the competency
standards.
6
Assessment is based in the collection of
evidence of the performance of work to
the industry required standards

Assessment is done to test whether the trainee


is able to perform the job based on required
criteria in the competency standards.
7
Training is based on and off the job
components

Training is done in a simulated work environment


(the laboratory) and/or in an actual work
environment such as in training cum production,
enterprise based training, supervised industry
training and on-the-job training.
8
Training program allows for recognition
of prior learning (RPL) or current
competencies.
Current competencies acquired through training or
work experience are recognized before training
through a validation process so that trainer can
provide activities that match the learning level of
each trainee.
9
Training allows for multiple entry and
exit

Trainees do not need to wait for others to be


competent before he can exit either a competency or
the qualification.
10 Training programs are registered
with UTPRAS

All programs should be registered to the Unified


TVET Program Registration and Accreditation System.
CBT flow
Trainee
enters Review learning
package
program
Administer RPL
Orientation View multimedia
Role of trainer/trainee materials

YES
Satisfactorily
Use manuals Trainer Trainer Performed
Competency?
observes Rates
performance performance NO
Observe
demonstration
YES
Trainee selects Have completed
competency all the
and receive competencies?

instructions Practice skills in Trainee


NO
workshop Trainee
Rates own
practices task
performance
Administer Learning Contract NO
Organize learning strategy Receive Have enough
Competency/ies
Provide materials assistance and been
Introduce CBLM materials advise achieved?
Introduce the Use of Trainee exits
program
YES
Achievement Progress
Report

Trainee exits Undergo Nat’l


program Assessment