TR-BAMBOO-PRODUCTION NC II.pdf

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Enterprise-based Training- where training is implemented within the company in accordance with the requirements of the specific company. Specific guidelines on this mode shall be issued by the TESDA Secretariat. 2.3 Community-Based Refers to a short program conducted or coordinated by NGOs, LGUs, training centers and other TVET providers which are intended to address the specific needs of a community. Such programs are usually conducted in informal settings such as barangay hall, basketball courts and other available venues in a community. Peer teaching/mentoring is a training modality wherein fast learners are given the opportunity to assist the slow learners.
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TR- Bamboo Production NC II December 18, 2017 86 3.3 TRAINEE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Trainees or students wishing to gain entry into this course should possess the following requirements: Able to read and write; Able to communicate, both orally and in writing; and Basic mathematical skills 3.4 TOOLS, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT Recommended list of tools, equipment and materials for the training of 25 trainees for BAMBOO PRODUCTION NC II are as follows. Up-to-date tools, materials and equipment of equivalent functions can be used as alternatives. TOOLS EQUIPMENT MATERIALS QTY Description QTY Description QTY Description Operate Bamboo Nursery 12 pcs Pruning shears 2 units Grass cutter 25 sets PPE -hard hat -goggles -gloves -rubber boots -mask -farmer shirt 25 pcs Rain coats 12 pcs Pruning saw Office materials -record book -25 -pen/pencil-25 -labels/tag-25 -marking pen-25 12 pcs Lopping shears 250 pcs ( various sizes) Poly bags 6 pcs shovel 1L Insecticide 6 pcs pick mattock 50K Fertilizers (organic) 6 pcs Grab hoe 25K Fertilizers (inorganic) 6 pcs digging bar 5 L fuel 6 pcs wheel barrow 1L Lubricants (2T) 6 pcs hack saw 1 sack Rice hull 6 pcs Scythe 1 sack Saw dust 12 pcs bolo ( 3-4 inch width) 1 sack coco coir 1 pc Backpack sprayer 2 cu. m. sand 1 L Rooting hormones 5 pcs Half drum ( for soaking) Establish Bamboo Farm
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TR- Bamboo Production NC II December 18, 2017 87 TOOLS EQUIPMENT MATERIALS QTY Description QTY Description QTY Description 6 pcs shovel 1unit Mini-chain saw 25 sets PPE -hard hat -goggles -gloves -rubber boots -mask -farmer shirt 6 pcs digging bar Office materials -record book -25 -pen/pencil-25 -labels/tag-25 -marking pen-25 6 pcs wheel barrow 1L Insecticide 1pc Backpack sprayer 50K Fertilizers (organic) 6 pcs Post hole digger 25K Fertilizers (inorganic) 6 pcs Scythe 2L fuel 12 pcs bolo ( 3-4 inch width) 250 ml Lubricants (2T) 1 L Motor oil 100 pcs stakes Conduct bamboo clump rehabilitation 6 pcs shovel 1unit Mini-chain saw 25 sets PPE -hard hat -goggles -gloves -rubber boots -mask -farmer shirt 6 pcs digging bar 1L Insecticide 6 pcs wheel barrow 25K Fertilizers (organic) 50K Fertilizers (inorganic) 12 pcs Pruning shears 2 L fuel 5 pcs Scythe 250 ml Lubricants (2T) 12 pcs bolo 1 L Motor oil 12 pcs Pruning saw 12 pcs Lopping shears Conduct harvesting and post-harvesting operations 12 pcs Pruning saw 1unit Mini-chain saw 25 sets PPE -hard hat -goggles - Thick gloves -rubber boots -mask -farmer shirt 12 pcs Pruning shears 250 ml Lubricants (2T) 12 pcs Lopping shears 2L fuel 6 pcs axe 1 L Motor oil
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