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NQF Level: 2 US No: 8967

The availability of this product is due to the financial support of the National Department of Agriculture and the AgriSETA.

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• Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes

Primary Agriculture NQF Level 2 Unit Standard No: 8967 22

Version: 01 Version Date: July 2006

BBeeffoorree wwee ssttaarrtt…… his assessment guide contains all necessary activities and instructions that will enable the assessor and

learner to gather evidence of the learner’s competence as required by the unit standard. This guide was designed to be used by a trained and accredited assessor whom is registered to assess this specific unit standard as per the requirements of the AgriSETA ETQA.

Prior to the delivery of the program the facilitator and assessor must familiarise themselves with content of this guide, as well as the content of the relevant Learner Workbook.

The assessor, facilitator and learner must plan the assessment process together, in order to offer the learner the maximum support, and the opportunity to reflect competence.

The policies and procedures that are required during the application of this assessment are available on the website of the AgriSETA and should be strictly adhered to. The assessor must familiarise him/herself with this document before proceeding.

This guide provides step-by-step instructions for the assessment process of:

This unit standard is one of the building blocks in the qualification listed below. Please mark the qualification you are currently assessing, because that will be determined by the context of application:

Title ID Number NQF Level Credits Mark

National Certificate in Animal Production 48976 2 120

National Certificate in Mixed Farming Systems 48977 2 120

National Certificate in Plant Production 48975 2 120

Please mark the learning program you are enrolled in:

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Title: Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes

US No: 8967 NQF Level: 2 Credits: 5

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This Unit Standard 8967 Assessment Guide must be read in conjunction with the generic Assessor Guide as prescribed and published by the AgriSETA.

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If you are assessing this module as part of a full qualification or learnership, please ensure that you have familiarized yourself with the content of the qualification.

• Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes

Primary Agriculture NQF Level 2 Unit Standard No: 8967 33

Version: 01 Version Date: July 2006

1. Identify and list all the learning resources that you have available to assist you in the learning environment.

Model Answer(s): • The information could include: • Learning material or textbooks, working books and guides including

libraries – such as magazines, brochures, textbooks. • Facilitators or lecturers • Coaches in the workplace where learning takes place in the work environment • Other employees in the workplace familiar with the vocational area for which

learning takes place. • Personal resources that can be used in the learning process such as

dictionaries. • Other learners – where group discussions and study groups can add a lot of

value to the learning process.

2. Explain how will you use these resources to assist you in the learning environment

Model Answer(s): A brief and accurate description of the use and application of various resources is required. This could include: Learning Material or textbooks Learning material and textbooks provide the theoretical knowledge, explanations and / or instructions enabling skills and competencies and informs the theoretical components of the learning intervention and provides descriptions or steps describing and providing the relevant guidance on how things must be done Workbooks and guides Workbooks and guides such as workplace guides or assessment guides support theoretical and instructional information; this type of resource enables the application of skills and competencies and provides valuable information to the learner. Resource centers and libraries Resource centers and libraries provide access to additional information that is applicable to the area of learning. Internet facilities, enabling access to information on the World Wide Web. Personal resources Personal resources include items such as dictionaries, calculators, computer equipment.

Instructions to learner:

Class activity 11 SSOO 22

Learner Workbook: Page 14 Facilitator Guide: Page 11

• Use language and communication in occupational learning programmes

Primary Agriculture NQF Level 2 Unit Standard No: 8967 44

Version: 01 Version Date: July 2006

3. Identify the workplace resources required for the learning programme that you are participating in.

Model Answer(s): Resources will depend on the type of environment in which workplace components are trained as well as the qualification or programme for which the learner is registered. Care should be taken that the correct resources are identified. This could include: Coaches and other employees Coaches and mentors are appointed to assist learners with the skills and competencies that they need to obtain in the workplace environment. A coach is an individual that will assist with specific activities through: Explaining the task Demonstrating the task Providing guidance whilst you attempt the task for the first time Correcting mistakes or providing guidance where task completion did not meet requirements Assisting to ensure that the task is mastered with the relevant level of competence. Other employees in the workplace is a valuable resource in terms of information and the clarification of tasks or requirements associated with competencies that needs to be mastered. Infrastructure resources will depend on the type of learning and the learning environment.

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