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Qualifications Open for Enrolment

COURSES OFFERED

As of October 14, 2014

QUALIFICATION TITLE

DURATION

Currently Enrolled

Date of Start

Date of Finish

Automotive

Automotive servicing NC I

5-Jan-15

23-Feb-15

13

Automotive Servicing NC II

20-Oct-14

28-Nov-14

17

Automotive Servicing NC III

24-Nov-14

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2

Automotive Servicing NC IV

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.

13

Land Transport

Driving NC II

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.

.

Tourism (Hotel And Restaurant)

Food and Beverage Services NC II

27-Oct-14

19-Dec-14

8

Housekeeping NC II

1-Dec-14

23-Feb-14

4

Housekeeping NC III

.

.

6

Bartending NC II

6-Oct-14

24-Nov-14

9

Front Office Services NC II

1-Dec-14

23-Feb-14

3

Bread & Pastry Production NC II

27-Oct-14

19-Nov-14

5

Cookery NC II

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.

.

Commercial Cooking NC II

1-Dec-14

27-Feb-14

5

Construction

Plumbing NC II

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.

.

Masonry NC II

.

.

.

Carpentry NC II

.

.

.

Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II

17-Nov-14

6-Feb-15

13

Heavy Equipment Operation  Backhoe Loader NC II

.

.

7

Metals And Engineering

Shielded  Metal Arc Welding NC II

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.

.

Gas Metal Arc Welding  NC II

.

.

.

Electronics

Consumer Electronics Servicing NC II

1-Dec-14

23-Feb-14

5

Consumer Electronics Servicing NC III

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.

.

Information and Communication Technology

Computer Hardware Servicing NC II

10-Nov-14

23-Jan-15

7

Heating and Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Servicing (DomRAC) NC II

6-Oct-14

.

12

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Servicing (PACUCRE) NC II

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.

.

Garments

Dressmaking NC II

13-Oct-14

28-Nov-14

13

Tailoring NC II

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.

.

Health/Social and Community Services

Hairdressing NC II

.

.

.

Beauty Care (Nail Care Services) NC II

.

.

.

Galing Masahista

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.

3

Caregiving NC II

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.

.

Language Skills Institute

English Proficiency for Customer Service Workers

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.

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Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II

Night Class

3

Driving NC II

Night Class

1

Schedule of Fees

Qualification

Training Fee
Insurance (Optional)
Uniform
Total Fee
Assessment Fee
AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR
Auto Servicing NCI
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
450.00
Auto Servicing NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
700.00
Auto Servicing NCIII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
500.00
LAND TRANSPORT SECTOR
Driving NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
200.00
TOURISM SECTOR (HOTEL & RESTAURANT)
Food & Beverage Services NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
300.00
Housekeeping NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
350.00
Bartending NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
500.00
Front Office Services NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
200.00
Bread & Pastry Production NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
400.00
Commercial Cooking NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
400.00
CONSTRUCTION SECTOR
Plumbing NCII
(free)
40.00
300.00
340.00
500.00
Carpentry NCII
(free)
40.00
300.00
340.00
600.00
Masonry NCII
(free)
40.00
300.00
340.00
500.00
Electrical Installation and Maintenance NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
500.00
METALS AND ENGINEERING SECTOR
Shielded Metal Arc Welding NCII
2,320.00
40.00
300.00
2,660.00
600.00
Gas Metal Arc Welding NCII
2,320.00
40.00
300.00
2,660.00
600.00
ELECTRONICS SECTOR
Consumer Electronics Servicing NCII
1,840.00
40.00
300.00
2,180.00
400.00
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY SECTOR
Computer Hardware Servicing NCII
1,840.00
40.00
300.00
2,180.00
350.00
HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR-CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION SECTOR
Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning NCI
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
300.00
Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning NCII 
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
300.00
GARMENTS SECTOR
Dressmaking NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
420.00
Tailoring NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
400.00
HEALTH, SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICES SECTOR
Caregiving NCII
10,250.00
40.00
300.00
10,590.00
350.00
Massage Therapy NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
350.00
Hairdressing NCII
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
600.00
Beauty Care NCII (Nail Care)
1,250.00
40.00
300.00
1,590.00
600.00
LANGUAGE SKILLS INSTITUE
English Proficiency for Customer Service Workers
(free)
40.00
300.00
340.00
n/a
TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Trainers’ Methodology I
9,700.00
Lodging Fee 750.00
-
10,450.00
700.00
Auto Servicing NCIV
7,000.00
-
-
7,000.00
300.00

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Mode of Instruction

Ten Principles of CBT (Competency-Based Training)

  1. The training is based on curriculum developed from the competency standards;
  2. Learning is modular in its structure;

  3. Training delivery is individualized and self-paced;

  4. Training is based on work that must be performed;

  5. Training materials are directly related to the competency standards and the curriculum modules;

  6. Assessment is based in the collection of evidence of the performance of  work to the industry required standard;

  7. Training is based both on and off-the-job components;

  8. Allows for recognition of prior learning (RPL) or current  competencies;

  9. Training allows for multiple entry and exit; and

  10. Approved training programs are Nationally Accredited

 

 

 

CBT Process Flow

 

Roles of Trainees

  1. Trainees may select what they want to learn and when they want to learn it, without reason.

  2. Trainees learn at their own rate within program guidelines. They may speed up, slow down, stop or even repeat a task.

  3. Trainees may request to receive credit for what they already know. This is done either through pre-testing or through a review of a task list completed at another training site.

  4. Trainees may choose how they want to learn – individually, on a one-to-one basis, in small group, in large group or with audio-visuals.

  5. Trainees are responsible for what they learn and when they learn it.

  6. Trainees decide when they are ready to perform each task or demonstrate mastery of learning to a job-like level of proficiency before receiving credit for the task.

  7. Trainees help develop personalized prescription for learning worked out cooperatively and based upon what the students already knows, his preference for learning, learning style and other needs.

  8. Trainees compete against present job standards and not against other students and are graded on achievement of the standards or criteria of each task.

  9. Trainees know “up front”, before instruction begins what they are expected to know and do to complete the program.

  10. Trainees evaluate their own progress to see how well they are doing,.

  11. Trainees move freely in the workshop, laboratory and or training center.

  12. Trainees know they will be rated mainly on performance, while paper and pencil tests will be used mainly to check their knowledge of the task.

  13. Trainees learn according to their interest, needs and abilities – not according to teacher timelines and expediency.

 

 

Roles of a Trainer

  1. Serves as a team member to determine what is to be learned.

  2. Stimulates trainee’s motivation.

  3. Manages learning: a consultation rather than a provider of information; a facilitator of the learning.

  4. Diagnose and solves learning problems.

  5. Evaluates student achievement.

  6. Assist learners to obtain individualized rewards.

  7. Assist each trainee in designing a personalized plan of study.

  8. Installs confidence in the learner by providing experiences where learners may succeed.

  9. Serves as a model for desirable work habits, attitudes and tasks performance in the occupational field.

  10. Spends more time interacting with students on a 1:1 or small group basis.

  11. Helps those students who really need help.

  12. Accepts responsibility along wing the student for the tasks learned or not learned.

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