DESIGN OF LEARNING DELIVERY STRATEGY BASED ON DIMENSIONS OF COMPETENCY IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
This study identified the use of dimensions of competency model to facilitate learning and improving performance by managing processes and resources. This study uses a Case Study research approach. The result of this study identified that by managing delivery order process follow the order of five dimension of competency can facilitate learning and improving performance of learning. The order of learning delivery are: Task skills (performing individual tasks); task management skills (managing a range of different tasks); Contingency management skills (responding to contingencies or breakdowns), job/roles management skills (dealing with the responsibilities of the workplace), and transfer skills (work with new specifications and others). The limitation of this study lies on its scope of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET). The result may not be applicable in non-vocational education. With the Five dimension of competency model of learning delivery This model can be used to enhance and improve the delivery model based on percentage of delivery portion times policy practical and theory.