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TVET Glossary of Terms


This glossary of terms intends to provide the TESDA key players, partners, and stakeholders an online and updated TVET information, concepts, to bring common understanding and clarification on the use of TESDA terminologies.




CONCEPT/TERM DEFINITION
TRAINEES shall mean persons who are participants in a vocational, administrative or technical training program for the purpose of acquiring and developing job-related skills.
Source: (RA 7796/TESDA Act of 1994)
TRAINERS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM a continuing training to trainers, administrators, supervisors, and non-teaching personnel to improve and upgrade the delivery of technology-based instruction within the TVET sector.
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TRAINERS METHODOLOGY CERTIFICATE (TMC) a document issued to trainers who have achieved all the required units of competency identified in each qualification level under the PTTQF.
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 13 s. 2011)
TRAINERS METHODOLOGY CERTIFICATE I (TMC I) a document issued to trainers who have achieved all the required units of competency identified in Level I (Trainer/Assessor) under the PTTQF.
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 13 s. 2011)
TRAINERS METHODOLOGY CERTIFICATE II (TMC) a document issued to trainers who have achieved all the required units of competency identified in Level II (Training Designer/Developer the PTTQF
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 13 s. 2011)
TRAINERS METHODOLOGY LEVEL I consists of competencies a TVET trainer performing functions of trainer and assessor must achieve.
Source: (Training Regulation for TM I)
TRAINERS METHODOLOGY LEVEL II consists of competencies a TVET trainer or technical trainer performing functions as a training designer/developer must achieve.
Source: (Training Regulation for TM II)
TRAINING ALLOWANCE refers to the DTS accredited establishment’s contribution for training expenses paid directly to the TVI. It shall, in no way, start below seventy-five percent (75%) of the applicable minimum daily wage for the number of days actually spent by the student/trainee in the establishment for in-plant training.
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 31 s. 2012)
TRAINING CULTURE an environment in which training is seen as important and is closely linked with business strategy, particularly in creating a competitive advantage for an enterprise. Opportunities are given to all employees to participate in training to develop their skills and competencies.
Source: (NCVER 2013, Australia)
TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS a systematic analysis of present and future skills needs against the skills available to implement an efficient training strategy.
Source: (CEDEFOP 2008)

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