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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 104 Unit of Competency Learning Outcomes Learning Activities Methodology Assessment Method Nominal Duration quality standards and its causes Prepare written report of objections/ disagreements, and reasons Identify appropriate settlements Practicum Case study/records Performance evaluation report 4.4 Engage in quality improvement Participate in the improvement of process’ procedures Carry out improved process procedures Discuss ethical standards Deliver services with ethical standards Monitor quality service Describe different methods of assessing client’s needs Assess client’s needs Facilitate orientation in understanding/ familiarization of products, services and programs Self- pace/modular Lecture Discussion Case study Role-play Practicum Written examination Demonstration of practical skills Assertion & reason Case study/records Interviews
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 105 CORE COMPETENCIES 616 Hours Unit of Competency Learning Outcomes Learning Activities Methodology Assessment Approach Nominal Duration 1. Capacitate Farmers 1.1 Provide Capacity Building Interventions to farmers Discuss Philippine Agricultural Situationer and Rural Development Know the importance of Agroenteprise Development Determined the different roles and functions of an Agroenterprise Facilitator Identify ways to develop a TNA Design a Training Needs Assessment Collect data for TNA Analyze data from TNA Provide feedback to respondents Identify possible training areas Define capacity building program objectives Hands-on Lecture Discussion Workshop Simulation Oral Exam Written exam Oral questioning Demo Total: 72 hrs C: 20 hrs F: 52 hrs
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 106 Unit of Competency Learning Outcomes Learning Activities Methodology Assessment Approach Nominal Duration Identify the different effective facilitation skills Determine the different adult learning principles Discuss the concepts and process of module development Develop a training plan Discuss the series of AE courses both for field implementers and farmer leaders 1.2 Lead in accessing capacity building services for farmers Enumerate and describe types of service providers Explain the relevant programs and services of different organizations Describe the protocols of different organizations Conduct actual project presentation Discuss the different procedures in guiding Lecture Discussion Demonstration Role playing Audio-visual presentation Hands-on/ Simulation/Exer cises Oral questioning Written examination Demonstration
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TR-Agroentrepreneurship NCIV Promulgated February 3, 2017 107 Unit of Competency Learning Outcomes Learning Activities Methodology Assessment Approach Nominal Duration document preparation
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