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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.

2019 TVET Glossary of Terms




CONCEPT/TERM DEFINITION
LEARNING ACTIVITIES major activities the student will perform to accomplish the learning outcomes of a training program.
Source: -
LEARNING CULTURE an environment in which opportunities for learning are openly valued and supported and are built, where possible, into all activities.
Source: (Wahba 2013, Global)
LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS)

refers to the software-based platform that facilitates the management, delivery and measurement of an organization’s corporate e-learning programs.


Source: (Powell, 2018) (TESDA Circular No. 104 s. 2019)
LEARNING OUTCOMES

are clear statements of what a learner can be expected to know, understand and/or do as a result of a learning experience.


Source: (IRR of RA No. 10968)
LEGISLATIVE PARTNER

refers to the Office of a Congressman or Senator which provide exemplary support and cooperation in the promotion and enhancement of TESD.


Source: (TESDA Circular No. 27 s. 2016)
LETTER OF INTENT (LOI) a formal application filed by a TVET institution or a business establishment declaring its intention to offer TVET program.
Source: -
LEVEL ALIGNMENT MATRIX (LAM)

tool to ensure that the level of Qualification match/aligned to the PQF and AQRF Level Descriptors.


Source: (Philippine AQRF Referencing Report)
LEVEL DESCRIPTOR

is a general statement that summarizes the learning outcomes appropriate to a specific level in the PQF grouped in domains of learning. It describes what an individual should be able to know, perform, or demonstrate at a particular level.


Source: (IRR of RA No. 10968)
LEVY-AND-GRANT SYSTEM

a legal contribution (often a percentage of the payroll) from participating employers who would be beneficiaries of a vocational or technical education or training program which is subsequently turned over or rebated to enterprises offering employee training programs.


Source: (RA 7796/TESDA Law)
LIBRARY FEE

refers to the fee intended for the use of and access to library services in aid of research and instruction. This fee shall not cover fines and penalties incurred by learner library users. This also includes license fees to cover large-scale reproduction of copyrighted materials which shall be paid to collective licensing organizations. 


Source: (TESDA Circular No. 60 s. 2018)

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