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TESDA PQF

  1. 1. PHILIPPINE QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK (PQF)
  2. 2. What is a Qualification?Package of competencies describing aparticular function or job role existing in aneconomic sector. It covers the work activitiesrequired to undertake a particular job role.
  3. 3. What is the Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF)?• It is a national policy describing the levels of educational qualifications and sets the standards for qualification outcomes.• A quality assured national system for the development, recognition and award of qualifications based on standards of knowledge, skills and values acquired in different ways and methods by learners and workers of a certain country• It is competency-based and labor market driven.• It is assessment- based qualification recognition.
  4. 4. Objectives of the PQF:• To establish national standards and levels for outcomes of education and training, skills and competencies• To support the development and maintenance of pathways and equivalencies which provide access to qualifications and assist people to move easily and readily between the different E & T sectors and between these sectors and the labour market
  5. 5. Objectives of the PQF :• To align the PQF with international qualifications framework to support the national and international mobility of workers thru increased recognition of the value and comparability of Philippine qualifications
  6. 6. Benefits of the PQF:I. FOR THE PERSONEncourages lifelong learning allowing the person to start at the level that suits him and then build-up his qualifications as his needs and interests develop and change over timeCertificates and licenses recognized by government
  7. 7. Benefits of the PQF:II. FOR THE EMPLOYERS• Assures that standards and qualifications are consistent to job requirements/demand• Provides common understanding on standards, qualifications and levels
  8. 8. Benefits of the PQF:III. FOR THE E & T PROVIDERS Ensures transparency in training provision, conformance to standards and preciseness of accountability for learning outcomes Provides common understanding of policies and guidelines on credit transfers, articulation, portability, bridges pathways and RPL
  9. 9. Benefits of the PQF:IV. FOR THE AUTHORITIES• Provides the standards, taxonomy and typology of qualifications as bases for granting approvals to providers and stakeholders• Harmonizes qualifications in E & T across Philippines
  10. 10. The PQF INPUTS OUTPUTS Industry needs Qualification Levels Need for global Descriptors recognition of competencies Registers Current qualifications issues at all levels Philippine Working Groups QualificationsQualifications issues in Pathways & Equivalencies recognition of prior Framework learning Quality Assurance Research and policy papers on NQF Information & GuidelinesNQFs of other countries International Alignment Consultation and Advocacy With Stakeholders
  11. 11. (as endorsed by the SDC-TB THE PHL QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK on February 21, 2012) WAGE EMPLOYMENT/ENTREPRENEURSHIP/SELF-EMPLOYMENT Basic Ed TESD HEL 8 POST DOCTORAL DEGREEL 7 POST BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMSL 6 BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMSL 5 NC V PATHWAYSL 4 NC IV KNOWLEDGE- RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNINGL 3 ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION BASED PERSON NC III SPECIALIZATION CORE COMPETENCIES 12L2 NC II LIFELONG LEARNING 11 FOOD PROCESSING FASHION DESIGN MACHINE SHOP AGRI-FISHERY EQUIVALENCY ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS 10L1 NC I 9 8 COMMON COMPETENCIES MENSURATION OCCUPATIONAL (Machine Shop, Electronics, TECHNICAL USE OF HEALTH & TOOLS/EQUIP ARTS / 7 Electrical, Agri-Fishery etc.) DRAFTING HANDTOOLS MAINTENACE SAFETY CRAFTS ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM APTITUDE & INTEREST ASSESSMENT TECHNOPRENEURSHIP & GREEN SKILLS FOR GREEN JOBS 6 KNOWLEDGE-BASED COMPETENCIES HIGHER ORDER THINKING (HOT) 5 FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS SKILLS • ENGLISH • Critical Thinking 4 • SCIENCE • Creative Thinking GEC • Innovation 3 • MATHEMATICS • Problem Solving 2 GENERIC SKILLS • Work & Values Cluster 1 • • Interpersonal Cluster Cognitive Cluster LIFE SKILLS K LEARNING DOMAINS • Adaptability Cluster
  12. 12. THE PHL QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK (Adopted by the TESDA Board on May 9, 2012) BASIC ED TESD HIGHER EDUCATIONL8 DOCTORAL AND POST DOCTORALL7 POST BACCALAUREATEL6 BACCALAUREATEL5 DIPLOMAL4 NC IVL3 NC IIIL2 G12 NC IIL1 10 NC I
  13. 13. LEVEL 1KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS Knowledge and skills that are manual AND VALUES or concrete or practical and/or operational in focus. APPLICATION Applied in activities that are set in a limited range of highly familiar and predictable contexts; involve straightforward, routine issues which are addressed by following set rules, guidelines or procedures. DEGREE OF In conditions where there is very close INDEPENDENCE support, guidance or supervision; minimum judgment or discretion is needed.QUALIFICATION TYPE NATIONAL CERTIFICATE I
  14. 14. LEVEL 2KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS Knowledge and skills that are manual, AND VALUES practical and/or operational in focus with a variety of options. APPLICATION Applied in activities that are set in a range of familiar and predictable contexts; involve routine issues which are identified and addressed by selecting from and following a number of set rules, guidelines or procedures. DEGREE OF In conditions where there is INDEPENDENCE substantial support, guidance or supervision; limited judgment or discretion is needed.QUALIFICATION TYPE NATIONAL CERTIFICATE II
  15. 15. LEVEL 3KNOWLEDGE, Knowledge and skills are a balance of SKILLS AND theoretical and practical. Work involves VALUES understanding work process, contributing to problem solving and making decisions to determine process, equipment and materials to be used. APPLICATION Applied in activities set in contexts with some unfamiliar or unpredictable aspects; involve routine and non-routine issues identified and addressed by interpreting and applying established guidelines or procedures with some variations. DEGREE OF Application may involve individualINDEPENDENCE responsibility or autonomy, may involve some responsibility for others. Participation
  16. 16. LEVEL 4KNOWLEDGE, Knowledge and skills are mainly theoretical SKILLS AND and/or abstract with significant depth in one VALUES or more areas; contributing to technical solutions of a non-routine or contingency nature and to evaluation and analysis of current practices and the development of new criteria and procedures. APPLICATION Applied in activities set in range of contexts most of which involve unfamiliar aspects; involve largely non-routine issues addressed using guidelines or procedures requiring interpretation and/or adaptation. DEGREE OF Work involves some leadership and guidanceINDEPENDENCE when organizing activities of self and others
  17. 17. LEVEL 5 KNOWLEDGE, Knowledge and skills that are mainly theoretical and/or SKILLS AND abstract with significant depth in some areas together with wide-ranging, specialized technical, creative and conceptual VALUES skills.Perform work activities demonstrating breadth, depth and complexity in the planning and initiation of alternative approaches to skills and knowledge applications across a broad range of technical and/or management requirements, evaluation and coordination. APPLICATION Applied in activities that are supervisory, complex and non- routine which require an extensive interpretation and/or adaptation/ innovation. DEGREE OF In conditions where there is broad guidance and direction,INDEPENDENCE where judgment is required in planning and selecting appropriate equipment, services and techniques for self and others.Undertake work involving participation in the development of strategic initiatives, as well as personal responsibility and autonomy in performing complex technical operations or organizing othersQUALIFICATION TYPE DIPLOMA
  18. 18. LEVEL 6KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS Graduates at this level will have a broad and AND VALUES coherent knowledge and skills in their field of study for professional work and lifelong learning APPLICATION Application in professional work in a broad range of discipline and/or further study DEGREE OF Independent and /or in teams of related INDEPENDENCE field QUALIFICATION TYPE Baccalaureate Degree
  19. 19. LEVEL 7KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS Graduates at this level will have advanced AND VALUES knowledge and skills in a specialized or a multi-disciplinary field of study for professional practice, self-directed research and/or lifelong learning APPLICATION Applied in professional work that requires leadership and management in a specialized or multi-disciplinary professional work and/or research and/or further study DEGREE OF Independent and or in teams of INDEPENDENCE multidisciplinary QUALIFICATION TYPE Post-Baccalaureate Program
  20. 20. LEVEL 8KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS Graduates at this level have highly advanced AND VALUES systematic knowledge and skills in a highly specialized and/or complex multi- disciplinary field of learning for complex research and or professional practice and/or for the advancement of learning APPLICATION Applied in highly specialized or a complex multi-disciplinary field of professional work that requires innovation, and/ or leadership and management and/or research in a specialized or multi-disciplinary field DEGREE OF Independent and/or in teams of multi- INDEPENDENCE disciplinary and more complex setting
  21. 21. Next Steps• Review and revision of the Policies, Standards and Guidelines (PSGs) to transform the current PSGs into an outcomes-based format;• The Technical Panels/Technical Committees for each discipline will prescribe the competencies required for each program;• Review and revision of the Training Regulations (TRs) to realign with the new descriptors;
  22. 22. Next Steps• Harmonization of the pertinent K to 12 curriculum with the new descriptors;• DepEd, TESDA and CHED to agree on the format;• Continued consultations with the industries;• Advocacy and public hearings to be conducted at the regional levels
  23. 23. THE PHL QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK (Adopted by the TESDA Board on May 9, 2012) BASIC ED TESD HIGHER EDUCATIONL8 DOCTORAL AND POST DOCTORALL7 POST BACCALAUREATEL6 BACCALAUREATEL5 DIPLOMAL4 NC IVL3 NC IIIL2 G12 NC IIL1 10 NC I
  24. 24. Career Pathways include:• Entrepreneurship/Business• Technical-Vocational• Humanities (Arts, Music,Sports, Foreign languages,Vernacular languages andJournalism)• Science, Technology,Engineering
  25. 25. Core Curriculum consists :1) Language*3) Mathematics* 5)Science*7) NSTP2) Literature4) Philosophy6) Social Science* career-contextualized
  26. 26. Kto12 Updates• Teacher Training – DepEd and COCOPEA• DepEd Order 31 –Roll-out of Grades 1 and 7• Printed copies of the teacher’s guides and learner’s materials for Grades 1 and 7 were distributed during the Training of Teachers. Digitized copies were also provided to all division offices.• Private schools may access DepEd developed instructional materials.• Modelling of Senior High School allowing flexibility to innovate and develop an SHS program suitable for their location• HEIs/TVIs may serve as service providers for SHS education under the Education Service Contracting (ESC) scheme.• In cases where there are no HEIs/TVIs conveniently located near public Junior HS, SHS education may be delivered through alternative modes like blended learning programs.
  27. 27. School-type No. of No. of Schools EnrolleesPublicGeneral High Schools 9 260TechVoc 15 1,012Higher Educational InstitutionsPrivate HEIs 7 5,268Local 1Universities/Colleges• For public high schools, courses offered are largely technical- vocational and/oremployment-skewed; attracts students who cannot afford to go to college• For HEIs, courses are generally ‘ladderized’ – employment readiness for G11-12plus 2-3 years in college to finish a degree if learner decides to proceed
  28. 28. Current Pilot Schools in Mindanao(DepEd Order No. 36 S. 2012) Bukidnon National High School Iligan City School of Fisheries Notre Dame Village National High School Opol National School of Arts and Trades Rogongon Agricultural High School Tagum National Trade School Davao Doctors College Philippine Women’s College
  29. 29. The Department of Education isaccepting proposals for Senior HighSchools Modelling Program for nextschool year.
  30. 30. Note :Imee, we need to determine what NCI and NC II can be offered in JuniorHigh and Senior High inasmuch as not all quals start at NCI. Skills Trends Cavite Echavez of Midway

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