Units of Competency
1. Apply quality standards
1.1 Applying quality standards
1.1.1 Assess quality of received materials
1.1.2 Assess own work
1.1.3 Engage in quality improvement
2. Operate a...
they deliver skills that can be embedded and developed through other units.
Good learning is vocational, active, motivational and progressive. It should allow learners to develop the skills, knowledge and attributes that are required for successful completion of the...
backgrounds and proper with diverse abilities)
Performance Criteria 2.2- Identify consultation and monitoring mechanisms for scheduled activities) LLN -20 minutes
2) List 5 Marketing Manager Leadership skills to gain trust and confidence of your colleagues and clients?
development activities have you undertaken to update your understanding
of current industry/work practices?
2. Do your assessments produce a valid, reliable indication of learners’ ability to apply
Employability Skills to the standard described in units of competency?
3. What methods do you use to...
h. Cooperative and competitive skills
(refer to Edgar Dale’s Cone of Learning Experiences)
( design lessons based on appropriate approach , method, technique or strategy)
6. Resources and materials
a. Written materials
b. Audio-visual materials...
effectiveness is a multifaceted picture of how the learners in their charge grow under their direction. We expect our children to develop a motivation for learning, a basis of learning to build on, the skills or ability to apply their learning, and finally we expect our children to succeed at taking their...
explain WHAT you would do and HOW.
4. Summarise your strengths and weaknesses in the space provided at the end of each unit.
Note: Word process your responses in the right hand column of each Unit which is headed Learner Knowledge, Understanding and Currency.
If you prefer...
Discuss the basic concepts and processes used to determine cost
Demonstrate the preparation of budgets, standard costs and variance
Apply the skills in standard costing and techniques of variance analysis
Unit-I: Understanding Costs (5 Hours)
- Understanding inclusive learning and teaching in lifelong learning
-Unit 4 - Using inclusive learning and teaching approaches in lifelong learning
-Research, background, and reading sources should all be listed.
-Learner reflection required at end of unit
-Learning Outcome 1- Understand own role...
c. Demonstrate how to work with others to agree own personal development plan.
Outcome 5 Be able to use learning opportunities and reflective practice to contribute to personal
The learner can:
a. Evaluate how learningactivities have affected practice
b. Demonstrate how...
skills and techniques for effective oral and written communication and for the creation of effective media texts; and on the language conventions needed for clear and coherent communication.
Roles and Responsibilities
Students have many responsibilities with regard to their learning...
chosen should enable trainees to acquire the knowledge and performance skills targeted in the training objective:
Enhancing Knowledge – The basic requirements for facilitating knowledge-based learning are that information is clearly presented and that the learner has enough opportunity to ask...
, Gantt Chars including links with project management, monitoring performance, appraisal, terms and conditions of employment;
Be aware of the different Administrative skills required in Management.
Case study and addressing the learning outcome 1.3
Activity – How HRMS software supports for...
answer the following questions:
1. What strategies are recommended for teaching reading to English Language Learners?
2. What are the steps used to prepare an effective lesson plan for teaching reading skills?
3. What problems do English Language Learners usually encounter in learning...
3-3 Cadet Learning
The JROTC program is intended to engage Cadets in active learning. Learner-centered
activities dominate the Cadet learning experience and allow Cadets to continuously
engage in all learning stages (inquire, gather, process, and apply) of the learning...
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The purpose of this unit is to develop the learners’ understanding of why a positive environment is important to the individual needs of children and young people and the skills required to support this.
CACHE Centre no: ULN:
Learner name: CACHE PIN:
Manufacturing Technology I – MFT101M
Year module Prerequisite: Co-requisite: NQF level 5 Credits 15
Purpose: The purpose of the unit standard is to ensure that a qualified learner is able to select and apply a range of intervention techniques and strategies at the operational and...
goals of the learners. The passport is brought home after the end of the six week unit for the parents to look into. In this way the parents become an integral part of the learning team. Both the parents and the learners will understand the academic significance of the station activities.
. Utilising a variety of learning opportunities and experiences ranging from formal teaching to more activity-based and experiential learning, students will apply knowledge of the psychological intervention techniques used to enhance performance, learning and adherence in sport and exercise. Application of...