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TRAINING

METHODOLOGY
COURSE I

RUBBER PRODUCTION
NC II
AGRICULTURE AND FISHERY
SECTOR
Medina College Ipil Incorporated

Don Andres, Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay


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TESDA CERTIFICATION

(RUBBER CERTIFICATE NC II)

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PLAN TRAINING SESSION
(NTTA-TESDA LOGO)

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PLAN
TRAINING
SESSION

Data Gathering Instrument for Trainee’s Characteristics:


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Please answer the following instrument according to the
characteristics described below. Encircle the letter of your choice that best
describes you as a learner. Blank spaces are provided for some data that
need your response.

Name: DANDY L. DALIGDIG


School/Institution: Western, Mindanao, State University-Tungawan
Characteristics of learners

Language, Average Grade in: Average Grade in:


Literacy and English Math
Numeracy
a. 95 and above a. 95 and above
(LL&N)
b. 90 to 94 b. 90 to 94
c. 85 to 89 c. 85 to 89
d. 80 to 84 d. 80 to 84
a. 75 to 79 e. 75 to 79

Cultural and Ethnicity/Culture:


Language a. Ifugao
Background b. Igorot
c. Subanen
d. Gaddang
e. Muslim
f. Bisaya
g. Others( please specify)Chavacano & Tagalog

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Characteristics of learners

Education & Highest Educational Attainment:


General a. High School Level
Knowledge b. High School Graduate
c. College Level
d. College Graduate
e. with units in Master’s degree
f. Masteral Graduate
g. with units in Doctoral Level
h. Doctoral Graduate
Sex a. Male
b. Female
Age Your age: 29
Physical Ability 1. Disabilities(if any)_____________________
2. Existing Health Conditions (Existing illness if
any)
a. None
b. Asthma
c. Heart disease
d. Anemia
e. Hypertension
f. Diabetes
g. Others(please specify) ___________________

Previous TM Certificates:
Experience a. Rubber Production Certified
with the Topic b. COA in RP
c None

Previous List down trainings related to RP:


Learning None
Experience

National Certificates acquired and NC level:


Training Level None
Completed

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Characteristics of learners

Special Other courses related to RP:


Courses a. Units in education
b. COC in RP
c. Others(please specify) ______________________
d. None

Learning Styles a. Visual - The visual learner takes mental


pictures of information given, so in order for
this kind of learner to retain information,
oral or written, presentations of new
information must contain diagrams and
drawings, preferably in color. The visual
learner can't concentrate with a lot of activity
around him and will focus better and learn
faster in a quiet study environment.
b. Kinesthetic - described as the students in
the classroom, who have problems sitting
still and who often bounce their legs while
tapping their fingers on the desks. They are
often referred to as hyperactive students with
concentration issues.
c. Auditory- a learner who has the ability to
remember speeches and lectures in detail
but has a hard time with written text. Having
to read long texts is pointless and will not be
retained by the auditory learner unless it is
read aloud.
d. Activist - Learns by having a go
e. Reflector - Learns most from activities
where they can watch, listen and then review
what has happened.
f. Theorist - Learns most when ideas are linked
to existing theories and concepts.
g. Pragmatist - Learns most from learning
activities that are directly relevant to their
situation.

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Characteristics of learners

Other needs a. Financially challenged


b. Working student
c. Solo parent
d. Others(please specify) ______________________

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FORM 1.1 SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECK

Name: DANDY L. DALIGDIG


School/Institution: MEDINA COLLEGE, IPIL, ZAMBOANGA
SIBUGAY

INSTRUCTIONS: This Self-Check Instrument will give the trainer


necessary data or information which is essential in planning
training sessions. Please check the appropriate box of your
answer to the questions below.

CORE COMPETENCIES
CAN I…? YES NO
1. ESTABLISH RUBBER BUDWOOD AND SEEDLINGS
NURSERY
1.1 Select rubber bud woods and seedlings nursery
sites.
1.2 Germinates seeds.
1.3 Plant germinated seeds.

1.4 Establish bud woods nursery.

1.5 Perform maintenance activity.

2. PLANT RUBBER TREES/RUBBER SEEDLINGS


2.1 Select planting site.
2.2 Conduct land preparation.
2.3 Perform site lay-outing and staking.
2.4 Plant poly-bagged, budded rubber seedling.
2.5 Perform maintenance activities.

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CORE COMPETENCIES
CAN I…? YES NO
3. PERFORM BUDDING OPERATION
3.1 Prepare for Budding Operation.

3.2 Harvest, Handle and Transport bud sticks.

3.3 Cutback the seedlings.

4. HARVEST LATEX

4.1 identify tappable trees.

4.2 Open the tapping panel.

4.3 Perform tapping and collection of latex or cup


lumps/scrap.

Note: In making the Self-Check for your Qualification, all


required competencies should be specified. It is therefore
required of a Trainer to be well- versed of the CBC or TR of the
program qualification he is teaching.

Form 1.2: Evidence of Current Competencies acquired related to


Jo/Occupation

Current
Proof/Evidence Means of validating
competencies
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Select rubber Certificate of Submitted an
budwood and Achievement Authenticated copy of
seedlings nursery certificate
sites.
Plant germinated Certificate of Submitted an
seeds. Achievement Authenticated copy of
certificate
Establish Certificate of Submitted an
budwood nursery. Achievement Authenticated copy of
certificate
Perform Certificate of Submitted an
maintenance Achievement Authenticated copy of
activities. certificate

Identifying Training Gaps

From the accomplished Self-Assessment Check (Form 1.1)


and the evidences of current competencies (Form 1.2), the

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Trainer will be able to identify what the training needs of the
prospective trainee are.

Form 1.3 Summary of Current Competencies Versus Required


Competencies

Required Units of Current Training


Competency/Learning Competencies Gaps/Requirements
Outcomes based on CBC
1. ESTABLISH RUBBER BUDWOOD AND SEEDLINGS NURSERY

1.1 Select rubber budwood Select rubber


and seedlings nursery sites budwood and
seedlings nursery
sites

1.2 Germinate seeds Germinate seeds

1.3 Plant germinated seeds Plant germinated


seeds

1.4 Establish budwood Establish budwood


nursery nursery

1.5 Perform maintenance Perform maintenance


activities activities

2. PLANT RUBBER TREES/ RUBBER SEEDLINGS

2.1 Select planting site Select planting site

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2.2 Conduct land Conduct land
preparation preparation

2.3 Perform site lay-outing Perform site lay-


and staking outing and staking

2.4 Plant poly-bagged, Plant poly-bagged,


budded rubber seedling budded rubber
seedling

2.5 Perform maintenance Perform maintenance


activities activities

3. PERFORM BUDDING OPERATION

3.1 Prepare for budding Prepare for budding


operation operation

3.2 Harvest, handle and Harvest, handle and


transport budsticks transport budsticks

3.3 Perform actual Perform actual


budding/ rebudding budding/ rebudding

3.4 Cutback the seedlings Cutback the


seedlings

4. HARVEST LATEX

4.1 Identify tappable trees Identify tappable

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trees

4.2 Open the tapping panel Open the tapping


panel

4.3 Perform tapping and Perform tapping and


collect ion latex or collect ion latex or
cuplumps/ scrap cuplumps/ scrap

Using Form No.1.4, convert the Training Gaps into a Training Needs/
Requirements. Refer to the CBC in identifying the Module Title or Unit of
Competency of the training needs identified.

Form No. 1.4: Training Needs

Training Needs Module Title/Module of

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(Learning Outcomes) Instruction

Prepare for Budding Preparing for


Operation Budding
Operations

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SESSION PLAN

Sector : AGRICULTURE AND FISHERY SECTOR


Qualification Title : Rubber Production NC II
Unit of Competency : Perform Budding Operations
Module Title : Performing Budding Operations

Learning Outcomes:

LO 1: Prepare for Budding Operation


LO 2: Harvest, Handle and Transport Budsticks
LO 3: Perform Actual Budding/Rebudding
LO 4: Cutback the Seedlings.

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A.INTRODUCTION
This module covers the knowledge and skills required to prepare for budding, harvest, handle and
transport budsticks, perform actual budding/rebudding and cutback the seedlings.

B. LEARNING ACTIVITIES

LO 1: Prepare for Budding Operation


Learning Feedbac
Methods Presentation Practice Resources Time
Content k

Identify  Modular Self- Read Information Sheets Answer Compare  CBLM 2 hours
appropriate paced 3.1-1 on identifying Self-Check  Informatio
Answer
tools and appropriate standards of 3.1-1 n Sheet
to
materials tools and materials  Answer
Answer
according according to the job Key
Key 3.1-1
with the job requirements.
requirements.

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Perform on  Modular Self- Read Information Sheets Answer Compare  CBLM 2 hours
sharpening of paced 3.1-2 on sharpening the Self-Check  Informatio
Answer
Budding knife budding knife by 3.1-2 n Sheet
to
by following following the prescribe  Answer
prescribe procedures. Answer Key
procedures. Key 3.1-2
1 hour
 Demonstration Demonstrate the
sharpening of budding
knife following the
prescribe procedure

Prepare  Modular Self- Read Information Sheets Answer Compare  CBLM 1 hour
budding tape paced 3.1-3 on how to prepare Self-Check  Informatio
Answer
in accordance the budding tape 3.1-3 n Sheet
to
to required according to the  Answer
Answer
size. required size. Key
Key 3.1-3

Apply  Modular Self- Read Information Sheet Answer Compare  CBLM 1 hour
cleanliness paced 3.1-4 on how to apply Self-Check  Informatio
Answer
during cleanliness during 3.1-4 n Sheet
to
budding budding operations.  Answer
Answer
operations. Key
Key 3.1-4

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Establish  Modular Self- Read Information Answer Compare  CBLM 2 hour
standard paced Sheet3.1-5 on Self-Check  Informatio
Answer
conditioning Establishing standard 3.1-5 n Sheet
to
of seedling condition of seedling  Answer
Answer
stocks and stocks and Key
Key 3.1-5
budstick/bud budstick/budwood
wood accordingly.
accordingly.
 Demonstration Demonstrate in
establishing standard 2 hours
condition of seedling
stocks and
budstick/budwood.
C. ASSESSMENT PLAN
 Written Test
 Performance Test
 Demonstration
D. TEACHER’S SELF-REFLECTION OF THE SESSION
The following statement above has being implemented accordingly and being performed by the learners by following
the required competency as instructed.

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PARTS OF A COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING

References/Further Reading

Performance Criteria Checklist


Operation/Task/Job Sheet

Self Check Answer Key

Self Check

Information Sheet

Learning Experiences

Learning Outcome Summary

Module
Module Content
Content

List of Competencies
Module Content

Module Content

Module Content

Front Page
In our efforts to standardize CBLM,
the above parts are recommended
for use in Competency Based
Training (CBT) in Technical Education
and Skills Development Authority
(TESDA) Technology Institutions. The
next sections will show you the
components and features of each
part.

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COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING MATERIALS

List of Competencies

No. Unit of Competency Module Title Code

Established Rubber Establishing Rubber


AGR612201
1. Budwood and Budwood and Seedlings
Seedlings Nursery Nursery

Plant Rubber
Plant Rubber Trees/
AGR612202
2. Trees/Rubber
Rubber Seedlings
Seedlings

Perform Budding Perform Budding


AGR612203
3.
Operation Operation

4. Harvest latex Harvesting Latex AGR612204

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MODULE CONTENT

UNIT OF COMPETENCY: Perform Budding Operation

MODULE TITLE: Performing Budding Operation

MODULE DESCRIPTOR: This module covers the knowledge and skills


required to prepare for budding, harvest, handle and transport budsticks,
perform actual budding/rebudding and cutback the seedlings.

NOMINAL DURATION: 60 hours

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the end of this module you MUST be able to:

1. Prepare for Budding Operation


2. Harvest, Handle and Transport Budsticks
3. Perform Actual Budding/Rebudding
4. Cutback the Seedlings

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

1. Appropriate tools and materials are identified in accordance with the


job requirement.
2. Sharpening of budding knife is perform following prescribed procedure
3. Budding tape is prepared in accordance to required size
4. Cleanliness is implemented during budding operation
5. Conditioning of seedling stock and budstick/budwood is done in
accordance with the established standards.

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LEARNING OUTCOME NO. 4
PERFORM BUDDING OPERATIONS

Contents:

1. Prepare for Budding Operation.

2. Harvest, Handle and Transport Budsticks.

3. Perform Actual Budding/Rebudding.

4. Cutback the Seedlings.

Assessment Criteria:

1. Appropriate tools and materials are identified in accordance with the job
requirement.
2. Sharpening of budding knife is perform following prescribed procedure.
3. Budding tape is prepared in accordance to required size.
4. Cleanliness is implemented during budding operation
5. Conditioning of seedling stock and budstick/budwood is done in accordance
with the established standards.

Conditions:

The participants will have access to:

1. Have all supplies, materials and farm implements needed during


farm operations to be readily available at the farm site are the
following.

1. Budding knife
2. Sharpening tool
3. Budding tape
4. Clean rag
5. Disinfectant
6. PPE
7. Budsticks/ budwood
8. Seedling stock and scion

2. All workers involved in different activities must be fully oriented and


cautioned on the different specific work activities of the farm.

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3. Technical supervisors should have skills and ability in the
successful implementation of work program activities .

Assessment Method:

1. Demonstration with question.


2. Oral with questioning.

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Learning Experiences

Learning Outcome 1
Perform Budding Operation

LEARNER ACTIVITIES SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS


Read Information Sheet 3.1-1 Read and understand the
information sheets.
Answer Self-Check 3.1-1 You are required to get all the correct
answer. If not, read the information
sheet again to answer all questions
Compare answers with Answer Key correctly.
3.1-1
Read Information Sheet 3.1-2 Read and understand the
information sheets.
Answer Self-Check 3.1-2 You are required to get all the correct
answer. If not, read the information
sheet again to answer all questions
Compare answers with Answer Key correctly.
3.1-2
Read Information 3.1-3 Read and understand the
information sheets.
Answer Self-Check 3.1-3 You are required to get all the correct
answer. If not, read the information
sheet again to answer all questions
Compare answers with Answer Key correctly.
3.1-3
Read Information 3.1-4 Read and understand the
information sheets.
Perform Task Sheet 3.1-4 Follow the procedures correctly on
the task sheet with the given time
allotted and review your performance
in your perform area.

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Information Sheet 3.1-1

Prepare for Budding Operations

Learning Objectives:

At the end of reading this information, the learner’s must be able to:

1. Identify the uses of different tools and materials for budding operations.
2. Apply knowledge in budding operations.

Tools and materials needed

 Budding Knife.
 Pruning Shears.
 Sharpening Knife
 Dormant Scions (cultivar labeled)
 Adhesive Tape.
 Disinfectant (alcohol)
 Gloves
.

Budding Knife – Is a knife used for


budding operations.

Pruning Shear – Is used for


cutting unnecessary branches of
planting materials.

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Sharpening Tool – an instrument used for sharpening materials.

Dormant Scions – a young


shoot or twig of a plant.

Adhesive Tape – a narrow strip of


material, typically used to hold or fasten
something. It is use to stick things
together.

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Disinfectant (alcohol) – a
chemical liquid that
destroys bacteria.

Gloves – a covering
material for the hand
worn for protection.

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Self- Check 3.3-1
Multiple Choice: Read the question carefully. Encircle the letter of your best
answer.

1. The following are the materials in budding operation except;________


a. Nail cutter
b. Budding Knife
c. Adhesive Tape
d. Budstick/Budwood
2. This method is employed to convert one plant into another plant type with
desirable characteristics.
a. Flute Budding
b. Budding
c. Adhesive Tape
d. Rootstock
3. It is a covering material for the hand worn for protection.
a. coat
b. boots
c. gloves
d. disinfectant
4. The simplest among the various methods of budding due to ease in removing or
preparing rectangular patches of bark.
a. over budding
b. T or shield budding
c. chip budding
d. patch budding
5. A narrow strip of material, typically used to hold or fasten something. It is use
to stick things together.

a. glue
b. paste
c. disinfectant
d. Adhesive Tape

ANSWER KEY 3.3-1


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1. A

2. B

3. C

4. D

5. D

Information Sheet 3. 1.2

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Sharpening of Budding Knife

Learning Objectives:

At the end of reading this information, the learner’s must be able to:
1. Perform on sharpening the budding knife following the prescribed
procedure.
2. Apply safety procedure during sharpening the budding knife.

Materials:

- Sharpening Tool
- Budding Knife
- Disinfectant
- Gloves

Budding Knife – Is a knife used


for budding operations.

Sharpening Tool – an
instrument used for sharpening
materials.

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Disinfectant (alcohol) –Is a chemical liquid that destroys bacteria.

Gloves – a covering
material for the hand
worn for protection.

Self- Check 3.3-2

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Matching Type: Match column A in column B. Put your answer on the space
provided before the number in column A.

Column A Column B

__1. It is a chemical liquid that destroys bacteria. a. Budding Knife


__2. Is a knife used for budding operations. b. Disinfectant
__3. It is a covering material for the hand worn for protection. c. Sharpening tool
__4. an instrument used for sharpening materials. d. Gloves

TASK SHEET 3.3-2


Title: Perform Sharpening of Budding knife

Performance Objective: Providing the set of materials, you must


perform sharpening of budding knife by
following the prescribed procedures.

Supplies/Materials : CBLM
: Module
: TR Rubber Production

Equipment : Budding Knife


: Sharpening Tool

Steps/Procedure:
1. Prepare necessary tools, materials and equipment.
2. Perform Sharpening of budding knife.
3. Make sure to sharpen your budding knife by following the
prescribe procedure.
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Performance Criteria Checklist 3.3-2

CRITERIA
YES NO
Did you….

1. Prepare necessary and appropriate tools, √


materials and equipment on sharpening
budding knife.

2. Sharpen the budding Knife following the √


prescribed procedure.

3. Prepare the adhesive tape in accordance to √


the required size.

4. Standard conditioning of seedling stocks and √


budsticks/budwood accordingly.

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Information Sheet 1.1.3
Preparing Budding Tape

Learning Objectives:

At the end of reading this information, the learner’s must be able to:
1. Prepare the budding tape according to required size.
2. Value the importance uses of adhesive tape in budding operation.

Materials:

: Adhesive Tape
: TR Rubber Production

Adhesive Tape – a narrow strip of


material, typically used to hold or
fasten something. It is use to stick
things together.

Important uses:

 to hold or bind the grafted parts.


 to protect the graft from the weather.
 to avoid plant from deterioration.

Self Check 1.1-3


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Essay: Answer the following question. Write your answer on the space
provided.

1. The importance of using budding tape?


(5points)

2. What is adhesive tape?


(5points)

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Answer Sheet 1.1-3

(5points)

 to hold or bind the grafted parts.


 to protect the graft from the weather.
 to avoid plant from deterioration.

(5points)

Adhesive Tape – a narrow strip of material, typically used to hold or


fasten something. It is use to stick things together.

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Information Sheet 1.1.5

Conditioning of Seedling Stock/Budwood and Cleanliness

Learning Objectives:

At the end of reading this information, the learner’s must be able to:

1. Perform standard conditioning of seedling stock.

2. Apply cleanliness by following the standard procedures.

Materials:

: Weeding Tools

: Module

: PPE

Equipment:

: Bolo : Herbicide

: Fertilizer : Pesticide

: Sprayer

Bolo - Especially shaped for


weeding, digging and cutting
unwanted vegetation or plants.

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Sprayer - an equipment that is use to apply herbicide, pesticide and
fertilizer.

Herbicide - a substance
that is toxic to plants and
is used to destroy
unwanted vegetation.

Pesticide – are substances that


are meant to control pests.

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Fertilizer - is any material of natural or
synthetic origin that is applied to soils or
to plant tissues to supply one or
more plant nutrients essential to the
growth of plants.

Cleanliness and Maintenance


- to avoid plant deterioration.

- Prevent form harmful insect and animals.

- Protect form unwanted plants or weeds.

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Self Check 1.1-5

Multiple Choice: Read the question carefully. Encircle the letter of your best
answer.

1. Are substances that are meant to control pests.

a. Herbicides

b. Pesticides

c. Fertilizers

d. Sprayer

2. Especially shaped for weeding, digging and cutting unwanted


vegetation or plants.

a. Cutter

b. Sprayer

c. Bolo

d. Weed killer

3. Is a material of natural or synthetic origin that is applied to soils or


to plant tissues to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to
the growth of plants.
a. Fertilizer
b. Herbicide

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c. Pesticide
d. Sprayer

4. An equipment that is use to apply herbicide, pesticide and


fertilizer.
a. Bolo
b. Cleanliness and maintenance
c. Sprayer
d. Herbicide

5. A substance that is toxic to plants and is used to destroy unwanted


vegetation.
a. Herbicide
b. Pesticide
c. Fertilizer
d. Sprayer

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Answer Key 1.1-5

1. B

2. C

3. A

4. C

5. A

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Evidence Plan

Competency RUBBER PRODUCTION NC II


standard:
Unit of PERFORM BUDDING OPERATION
competency:
Ways in which evidence will be collected:

Demonstration & Questioning


Observation & Questioning
[tick the column]

Third party Report

Portfolio

The evidence must show that the trainee… Written


 Prepare for budding operation √ √ √
 Harvest, handle and transport budsticks √ √
 Perform actual budding/rebudding √ √
 Cutback the seedlings √ √
NOTE: *Critical aspects of competency

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DEMONSTRATION

Candidate name: William D. Intong, Jr.

Assessor name: Dandy L. Daligdig


Project-Based Assessment: Perform Budding Operation
Qualification: Rubber Production NC II
Date of assessment: 2017
Time of assessment:
Instructions for demonstration

Given the necessary materials, tools and equipment,


the candidate must be able to perform budding/rebudding
operation_according to established procedure_in 3 hours.
Materials and Equipment
- Dormant Scion
- Budding Knife
- Sharpener Tools
- Adhesive Tape
- Pruning Shear

Specific Instructions:

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1. Identify appropriate tools and materials.
2. Conduct harvesting of budstick/budwood.
3. Perform budding operations.
4. Perform cutback the seedling.

 to show if evidence
OBSERVATION : is demonstrated

During the demonstration of skills, did the


candidate: Yes No N/A

 Prepare for budding operation


  

 Harvest, handle and transport budsticks


  

 Perform actual budding/rebudding


  

 Cutback the seedlings


  

The candidate’s demonstration was:


Satisfactory  Not Satisfactory 

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QUESTIONING TOOLS :
Satisfacto
ry
Questions to probe the candidate’s underpinning knowledge
respo
nse
Extension/Reflection Questions Yes No
1. Is it important to know the appropriate tools and materials
on preparing budding operation? √
5. Does the appropriate tools and materials are being
used properly? √
Safety Questions
6. Is it necessary to follow the prescribe procedure in √
sharpening the budding knife?
Does the safety precautions are being implemented
7.

properly?
Contingency Questions
5. Wearing protective gloves during budding operations is √
applied?

Infrequent Events
6. Disinfectant is being used in case accident occurs? √
Rules and Regulations
7. Does PPE procedures are being applied? √

The candidate’s underpinning  Satisfactory  Not


knowledge was: Satisfactory

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Feedback to Candidate

Candidate is expected and satisfactorily achieved the required


criteria to received national certificate.

1. Proper handling of budding knife upon budding operations.


2. Wear protective gloves if necessary for the hands protection.
3. 7-14 days after opening of budded seedlings.
4. Length not less than 100 mm from the bud patch.
5. Control of pests and diseases and applying of fertilizers, watering
and weeding when it is needed.

Candidate Date
signature: :
Assessor Date
signature: :

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OBSERVATION CHECKLIST

Candidate Name: William D. Intong, Jr.


Assessor Name: Dandy L. Daligdig
Assessment Medina College Incorporated, Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay
Center :
Competency RUBBER PRODUCTION NC II
Standards:

Unit of Prepare for Budding Operation


Competency:
Instructions for the assessor:
1. Observe the candidate conducting: ___Preparing for Budding
Operations___

2. Describe the assessment activity and the date on which it was


undertaken.
3. Place a tick in the box to show that the candidate completed each aspect
of the activity to the standard expected in the enterprise.
4. Ask the candidate a selection of the questions from the attached list to
confirm his/her underpinning knowledge
5. Place a tick in the box to show that the candidate answered the
questions correctly.
6. Complete the feedback sections of the form.
Date of observation
Description of assessment
activity
Location of assessment
activity
The candidate…. If yes, tick the box

 Identify appropriate standards of tools and materials


according with the job requirements √
 Perform on sharpening of Budding knife by following
prescribe procedures. √

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 Prepare budding tape in accordance to required size. √
 Apply cleanliness during budding operations. √
 Establish standard condition of seedling stocks and
budstick/budwood accordingly √

Did the candidate’s overall performance meet the  Yes  No


standard?

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Feedback to candidate
General comments [Strengths / Improvements needed]

The candidate performances shows that he were able to perform all the
standard requirements prescribe by the Training Regulations (TR) in Rubber
Production National Certificate (NC) II particular in Perform Budding
Operations.

Candidate Date
signature: :
Assessor Date
signature: :

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PORTFOLIO RECORD SHEET

Candidate name: William D. Intong, Jr.


Assessor name: Dandy L. Daligdig
Competency Rubber Production NC II
Standards:
Unit of Competency: Perform Budding Operations
Item number 1 2 3 4 5 6

Type of evidence
[insert information in the column]
The evidence shows that I ……
 Can Able to identify the appropriate tools and materials


in budding operations.
Can perform sharpening the budding knife following the
prescribed procedure. √
 Able to prepare the Budding Tape by following the
required size that being instructed.

 Implement cleanliness during budding operations. √
 Able to establish standard conditioning of seedling stock
and budstick/budwood accordingly.

I declare that all evidence presented is my own work and accurately
represents my abilities.
Candidate signature: Date:

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TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

# of
Objectives/Content
Knowledge Comprehension Application items/
area/Topics
% of test

Identify appropriate
tools and materials 5% 5% 10%
20%
according to job 3 2 8
requirements.

Perform on 2% 2% 6%
sharpening the 10%
budding knife. 1 1 4

Prepare budding 2% 2% 6%
tape according to 10%
required size. 1 1 4

Implement 5% 5% 10%
cleanliness during 20%
budding operation 3 3 5

Establish standard
conditioning of 10% 10% 20%
seedling stock and 40%
budstick/budwood 7 8 18
accordingly.

TOTAL 100%

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Performance Test

Specific Instruction for the Candidate

Qualification Rubber Production NC II

Unit of Competency Perform Budding Operation

General Instruction:

Given the qualification you are assigned to you should be able


to develop your learning characteristics by applying the learning
competencies you acquired acquiring the following learning procedures of
this unit of competency.

Specific Instruction:

Perform three different kinds of budding operations by


following the acquired procedure and implement cleanliness and safety
procedures.

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Templates for Inventory of Training Resources
Resources for presenting instruction
 Print Resources As per TR As per Remarks
Invent
ory
Module:

BROCHURES 5 pcs 5 pcs For


Reproduction

REFERENCE MANUALS 5 pcs 5 pcs For


Reproduction
REFERENCE
MATERIALS/BOOKS 5 pcs 5 pcs For
Reproduction
Instructional Materials and
Supplies CD, PPT, PRINTS) 1 pc 1 pc For
Reproduction

VISUAL AIDS 2 pcs. 2 pcs. For


Reproduction

PROCEDURAL 5 pcs. 5 pcs. For


Reproduction
MANUAL
 Non Print Resources As per TR As per Remarks
Invent
ory
First Aide Supplies/medicines 1 set 1 set Complied
Pencil 25 pcs. 25 pcs. Complied
Paper 50 pcs. 50 pcs. Complied
Bond Paper 4 rms. 4 rms Complied
Marking Pens 5 pcs 5 pcs Complied

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Resources for Skills practice of Competency #1
______________________________
 Supplies and Materials As per TR As per Remarks
Inventory

Supplies materials in 25 pcs 25 pc Complied


establishing rubber
budwood

Supplies for sharpening 10 sets 10 sets Complied


budding knife

Supplies for performing 10 sets 10 sets Complied


budding operation

Supplies in conditioning 10 sets 10 sets Complied


the seed stock/seedlings

Fertilizers 1 sack 1 sack Complied

Polybags 500 pcs 500 pcs Complied

Insecticide/Herbicide/Pesticide 1 qrts. each 1 qrts. each Complied


 Tools As per TR As per Remarks
Inventory

Sharpening Tools 15 pcs 15 pcs Complied

Adhesive Tape 10 pcs 10 pcs Complied

Sprayer 5 pcs 5 pcs Complied

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Bolo 10 pcs 10 pcs Complied

Sprinkle 10 pcs 10 pcs Complied

 Equipment As per TR As per Remarks


Inventory

Budding Knife 25 pcs 25 pcs Complied

Adhesive Tape 15 pcs 15 pcs Complied

Pruning Knife 25 pcs 25 pcs Complied

Disinfectant 25 pcs 25 pcs Complied

Note: In the remarks section, remarks may include for repair, for
replenishment, for reproduction, for maintenance etc.

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