TR AGROENTREPRENEURSHIP NC IV.pdf

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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 35 ELEMENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Italicized terms are elaborated in the Range Statement REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE REQUIRED SKILL identified and reported in line with farm guidelines Hazards identification and reporting Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Communication skills OSHS 3. Safekeep/disp ose tools, materials and outfit 3.1 Used tools and outfit are cleaned after use and stored in designated areas 3.2 Unused materials are properly labeled and stored according to manufacturer’s recommendation and farm requirements 3.3 Waste materials are disposed according to manufacturers, government and farm requirements. Procedures of cleaning used tools and outfits Label and storage unused materials Disposal of wastes materials Manufacturers’ recommendation on keeping materials Environmental rules and regulations Cleaning used tools and outfit Labelling and storing unused materials Disposing waste materials
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 36 RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE RANGE 1. Work tasks Work task may be selected from any of the subsectors: 1.1 Crop Production 1.2 Post-harvest 1.3 Agri-marketing 1.4 Farm Equipment 2. Place 2.1 Stock room/storage areas/warehouse 2.2 Field/farm/orchard 3. Time 3.1 Fertilizer and pesticides application 3.2 Feed mixing and feeding 3.3 Harvesting and hauling 4. Tools, materials and outfits 4.1 Tools 4.1.1 Wrenches 4.1.2 Screw driver 4.1.3 Pliers 4.2 Outfit 4.2.1 Masks 4.2.2 Gloves 4.2.3 Boots 4.2.4 Overall coats 4.2.5 Hat 4.2.6 Eye goggles 5. Emergency procedures 5.1 Location of first aid kit 5.2 Evacuation 5.3 Agencies contract 5.4 Farm emergency procedures 6. Hazards 6.1 Chemical 6.2 Electrical 6.3 Falls
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 37 EVIDENCE GUIDE 1. Critical Aspects of Competency Assessment requires evidence that the candidate: 1.1 Determined areas of concern for safety measures 1.2 Applied appropriate safety measures according to industry requirements 1.3 Prepared tools, materials and outfit needed 1.4 Performed proper disposal of used materials 1.5 Cleaned and stored tools, materials and outfit in designated facilities 2. Method of Assessment Competency in this unit must be assessed through: 2.1 Practical demonstration 2.2 Third Party Report 3. Resource Implications 3.1 Farm location 3.2 Tools, equipment and outfits appropriate in applying safety measures 4. Context of Assessment 4.1 Assessment may occur in the workplace or in a simulated workplace or as part of a team under limited supervision
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 38 UNIT OF COMPETENCY : PERFORM ESTIMATION AND BASIC CALCULATION UNIT CODE : AFF321203 UNIT DESCRIPTOR : This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform basic workplace calculations.
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