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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
COMPETENCY STANDARD defines the knowledge, skills and attitudes/values required for competent performance in the workplace.
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 15, s. 2015)
COMPETENCY-BASED CURRICULUM refers to the specifications for a program or module, which describes all the learning experiences a learner undergoes. It generally includes learning outcomes, contents, conditions, methodologies, and assessment methods. It specifies outcomes, which are consistent with the requirements of the workplace as defined in the TRs or based on industry or community consultations and/or supported by a demand or employability study for NTR.
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 7 s. 2016)
COMPETENCY-BASED TRAINING refers to a system by which the learner acquires a competency or a qualification based on demonstrated ability rather than on the time spent on training.
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 7 s. 2016)
COMPLIANCE AUDIT a. a systematic and documented process for obtaining evidence to determine whether implementation of the Philippine TVET Qualification and Certification System (PTQCS) is compliant to quality standards.
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 15, s. 2015)
COMPLIANCE AUDIT b. refers to a process to check compliance of whether a training institution is continuously complying with UTPRAS requirements and guidelines for its registered TVET program/s.
Source: (Operating Procedures for Compliance Audit)
COMPUTER-BASED TRAINING an educational method in which a computer is the primary medium for instruction and learning.
Source: (Ministry of Labour 2005, Jordan)
CONTAINMENT POLICY as used in TESDA, it refers to the policy that does not allow a technical vocational institution to partner with establishments outside their area of jurisdiction.
Source: (TESDA Circular No. 31 s. 2012)
CONTINUING LEARNING (OR LIFELONG LEARNING) job-related Continuing Learning or Lifelong Learning is the process in which different craftsmen and adults take part to acquire and / or learn new awareness, knowledge, skills or attitude competencies throughout life via all organized, systematic education, training, work and general life experiences in order to improve their opportunities for advancement and promotion. Continuing Learning or Lifelong Learning programs are educational programs usually offered to adults as part-time or short courses in professional fields, personal, academic or occupational subject areas to update and improve occupational skills.
Source: (Wahba 2013l)
CORRECTIVE ACTION refers to a step that is taken to remove the cause of an existing non-conformity or undesirable situation. The corrective action process is designed to prevent the recurrence of non-conformity or undesirable situation by eliminating cause/s. lt tries to make sure that existing non-conformity and situation does not happen again. Corrective action addresses actual problems. Because of this, the corrective action process can be thought of as a problem-solving process.
Source: (Operating Procedures for Compliance Audit)
COURSE structured and integrated program of education or training, usually consisting of a number of modules (subjects) or shorter programs, and leading to the award of a qualification.
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