1 NQF Level: 2 US No: Facilitator Guide Primary Agriculture Apply Marketing Principles in Agriculture Facilitator: Company: Commodity: Date: The availability of this product is due to the financial support of the National Department of Agriculture and the AgriSETA. Terms and conditions apply.
2 2 Before you get started Dear Facilitator, This Facilitator Guide (together with the relevant Learner Guide) is aimed at facilitators who will be assisting learners wishing to complete the following unit standard: Title: Apply marketing principles in agriculture US No: NQF Level: 2 Credits: 2 This guide contains all necessary facilitation instructions to ensure that learners will attain the expected competencies required by the above-mentioned unit standard. This guide is designed to be used during the presentation of a learning session based on this unit standard. The full unit standard is attached at the end of the relevant Learner Guide. Learners are advised to read the unit standard at their time. Please discuss the unit standard with the learners to ensure that they understand what is expected from them to achieve the outcomes of the unit standard. This unit standard is one of the building blocks in the qualifications listed below. Please mark the qualification you are currently facilitating, because that will be determined by the context of application: Title ID Number NQF Level Credits Mark National Certificate in Animal Production National Certificate in Mixed Farming Systems National Certificate in Plant Production Please mark the learning program the learners are enrolled in: Note to Facilitator: If you are presenting Are you enrolled in a: Y N this module as part of Learnership? a full qualification or Skills Program? learnership, please ensure that you have Short Course? familiarised yourself with the content of the qualification. Please explain the above concepts to the learner. There are three guides, namely the Learner Guide (with activities), Assessor Guide and the Facilitator Guide. These guides have been developed to address specific aspects of the learning experience. You therefore need to use these guides complementally to one another. Make this an enjoyable learning experience!
3 3 Context of Application Primary Agriculture is a diverse sector and a wide range of commodities is being produced for both national and international market. Each commodity has its own production requirements and practices. You will be facilitating the learning process within a specific context where a specific agricultural commodity is being produced. The learning material has been written in a generic manner, as it is aimed to be available on national level and should be relevant to be applied within a variety of commodities. It is therefore inclusive of all agricultural commodities and crop in this field. Therefore, the examples that are being used in the materials may not always be applicable to your specific community, commodity, environment or region. This presents you, the facilitator, with the challenge to contextualise the learning material. It is imperative that you, the Facilitator and Assessor interpret and present activities, case studies and projects related to the material in such a way that learners can easily identify and apply their knowledge within their own context. This will require from you to add examples of crop, which are applicable to the community or farm. Learners must be guided with examples from their own communities, commodities, environment or regions. This should be done by complementing the learning material with: Examples relevant to the commodity, Including commodity specific requirements, Including operating procedures of the farm, Including agricultural practice specific requirements, Agricultural markets, Guiding learners to write these specifics down in the learning guide, etc. The contextualisation of the learning material is a very important step in preparing for and facilitating the learning experience and enough time and effort should be put into this exercise. According to the qualifications mentioned on page 2, this module could be contextualised to fit the following groups of commodities: Plant Production Animal Production Organic production, Hydroponic production, Perma-culture production, Agronomy, Horticulture, Natural resources harvesting. Small stock production, Large stock production, Dairy production, Pig production, Poultry production, Game, Aqua / mari culture, Commercial insects Animal fibres harvesting, Bee keeping, Natural resources harvesting, Organic production, Perma-culture production, Eco/Agri Tourism, Agro Chemicals, Horse Breeding, Etc.
4 4 How to use this guide Throughout the guide information is given specifically aimed at you, the facilitator, to assist in the actual presentation of the learning material and/or facilitation of the learning process. Although this guide contains all the information required for attaining competency in this unit standard, references to additional resources, both printed and electronic, are provided for additional reference by the facilitator and further study by the learner. Please note that the purpose of this information is merely to guide you, the facilitator, and is provided as a suggestion of possibilities. It remains the responsibility of every facilitator to re-assess the learner/s in each learning situation throughout the learning process in order to stay in touch with their specific learning needs. This should be the determining factor in the choice of the learning approach to follow. Use the different boxes listed below for identification purposes: Instructions regarding activities, whether group or individual activities will be described in this box. Facilitators Tip My Notes You can use this box for your own notes/comments
5 5 What & How will you be Facilitating? The Learning Experience... 6 Learning Program Time Frames... 7 Tips for level of learning... 7 Facilitator s Checklist & Training Aids... 8 Contextualisation of Content!... 9 Session 1: Session 2: Session 3: Market research..... Learner Guide page 7 The marketing mix... Learner Guide page 16 Marketing budgets... Learner Guide page Session 4: Effective distribution of farm produce. 16 Learner Guide page 33 What will I do differently next time?. 18
6 6 The Learning Experience On completion of this module, the learners will be able to: Apply knowledge of the marketing principles within agriculture for a specific product or service. Specific knowledge on the value of marketing research and the marketing mix will enable learners to understand the marketing process. Understand the importance of the application of business principles in agricultural production with specific reference to marketing. Operate farming practices as businesses and will gain the knowledge and skills to move from a subsistence orientation to an economic orientation in agriculture Learners will also gain basic knowledge of: The application of the marketing mix to a selected agricultural commodity. The identification of target groups. The monitoring of budgets allocated to the marketing process. Awareness of the value of monitoring time frames and budgets of marketing components. The importance of productivity within marketing channels. Learning Assumed to be in Place: (ABET 4) Literacy and Numeracy NQF 1, Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of marketing. Remember to do a diagnostic assessment of the learner s prior learning and ensure that they are starting at the correct level. My Notes
7 7 Learning Program Time Frames Total time allocated (hours) Theoretical learning time allocated (hours) Practical learning time allocated (hours) Activities to be completed Complete Program (including summative assessment) 20 hours 10 hours 30 minutes 9 hours 30 minutes 10 Learner Orientation and Ice Breaker Purpose, Introduction and Learner Directions 30 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes N/A 30 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes N/A Session hours 1 hour 1.5 hours 1-3 Session hours 2 hours 2.5 hours 4-6 Session 3 5 hours 2 hours 3 hours 7-9 Session 4 4 hours 2 hours 2 hours 10 Preparation for Assessment & revision 3 hours 3 hours 0 N/A Tips for level of learning Remember the following before you get started: Typically, a learning programme leading to the award of a qualification or unit standards at level 2 should develop learners who demonstrate an ability to:- Work and learn in a disciplined manner in a well-structured and supervised environment. Manage their time effectively. Develop sound working relationships and an ability to work effectively as part of a group. Express an opinion on given information clearly in spoken and written form. Collect, organise and report information clearly and accurately. Use their knowledge to select and apply known solutions to well-defined routine problems. Use a variety of common tools and instruments; apply literacy and numeracy skills to a range of different but familiar contexts. Understand the environment within which he/she operates in a wider context. Gain knowledge of one or more areas or fields of study, in addition to the fundamental areas of study.
8 8 Facilitator s Checklist & Training Aids Learner support strategies: Learners are supplied with all resources and aids as required by the programme including: Objects & devices such as equipment, protective clothing, safety gear, etc. Learner Guides and Learner Workbook Visual aids, etc. Use this checklist below during your preparation to ensure that you have all the equipment, documents and training aids for a successful session. Preparation: Yes No Qualification Knowledge I have familiarised myself with the content of the applicable qualification Unit Standard Knowledge I have familiarised myself with the content of all aspects of the applicable unit standard Content Knowledge I have sufficient knowledge of the content to enable me to facilitate with ease Application knowledge I understand the programme matrix & have prepared for programme delivery accordingly Contextualisation I have included information which is specific to the commodity and practices related to the commodity Ability to respond to learners background & experience I have studied the learner demographics, age group, experience & circumstances & prepared for programme delivery accordingly Enthusiasm & Commitment I am passionate about my subject & have prepared my programme delivery to create a motivating environment with real commitment to success Enterprise knowledge I know & understand the values, ethics, vision & mission of the workplace & have prepared my programme delivery, reporting & administrative tasks accordingly. Equipment check: Learner guides x 1 per learner Assessment guides x 1 per learner Writing materials & stationary (facilitator & learner) White board & pens Flip chart paper Proxima projector & screen Laptop & programme disk
9 9 Sample Hand-outs and examples of laws and other relevant documents Safety gear as prescribed by unit standard and applicable legislation Documentation checklist: Attendance Register Course Evaluation Learner Course Evaluation Portfolios of evidence Contextualisation of Content! Go through this module and indicate what specific information / activities / examples should be included in this module? Contextualisation Commodity specific? Operating procedures of the farm? Agricultural practices? Agricultural markets?
10 10 Session 1 Market research Learner Guide: Page 7 After completing this session, the learner should be able to: SO 1: Understand the value of marketing research. Concept (SO 1) An understanding of the research process with specific emphasis on the value of managerial information is demonstrated. An awareness of the allocation of funds to the marketing research process is demonstrated. Time frame Activities related to the concept An ability to allocate time frames to selected research outcomes is demonstrated. 2.5 hours Activity 1-3 An understanding of the need for access to people with specific marketing skills is demonstrated. An ability to identify target groups is demonstrated. An ability to apply generated managerial information within production processes is demonstrated. Tips for the Facilitator It is vital that learners understand market research as a concept, and that they are able to relate to it in their frame of reference. Please explain this concept in detail and use examples that learners might understand from their own context and then relate it to the marketing of farm produce. Spend time to explain what market research is, how it conducted and why it is required. Make sure that learners can relate to it in their own context. If time allows, it is a good idea to allow learners an opportunity to do some market research in a local shop or in their community given a specific product and checklist. Ensure that learners can relate to management during market research and that they understand the need for management during market research.
11 11 Please allow learners to complete Activity 1, 2 & 3 in their Learner Guides 1. Flowchart. Learner guide and additional marketing Explain to learners how to draw up a flow chart and encourage learners to relate it to their specific understanding of the market research process 2. Worksheet. Learner guide and additional marketing Explain the necessity for own words and that learners need to have an understanding of budgeting for market research. Allow learners time to discuss and explore the items that would add to the costs of market research, such as transportation, telephone calls and stationery. 3. Action plan. Learner guide and additional marketing Explain the need to use the answer in Activity 1 to answer this question. Encourage learners to identify as many role players as possible in each stage and draft an action plan for each role player. My Notes
12 12 Session 2 The marketing mix Learner Guide: Page 16 After completing this session, the learner should be able to: SO 2: Apply the marketing mix (product, promotion, place, price and people) to the selected enterprise. Concept (SO 2) An understanding of the market requirements for a specific product on the farm in terms of its appearance (size[s], packaging, etc) is demonstrated. An understanding of the market requirements for a specific product on the farm is demonstrated in terms of the distribution channels needed to get the product to the markets. Time frame Activities related to the concept An understanding of the market requirements for a specific product on the farm is demonstrated in terms of its pricing in relation to the various size(s) and packaging formats offered. 4.5 hours Activity 4-6 The ability to differentiate between the various promotional actions available to the farm for each product format is demonstrated. An understanding of need for productive and motivated human resources within the production and marketing processes is demonstrated. Tips for the Facilitator Encourage learners to understand the role of the commodity that they are studying in terms of product by asking each group to write down key concepts surrounding their own requirements for specific products from a consumer s point of view, such as coffee, meat, vegetables or clothes. Remember to relate each example stated by each group back to farm produce. Ensure that learners understand the concept of a target market and that the target market determines where to place the product. Explore the consequences of incorrect placement or not identifying the target market correctly. Allow learners to discuss and explore the link between market research, the offered product and the market that it is offered to.
13 13 Tips for the Facilitator Although most learners can relate to pricing of products and how it influences the success or failure of sales, it might be of use to relate concepts around sales items with which learners are more familiar. Use examples such as: How much would you be prepared to pay for a loaf of bread, and what would you be expecting in terms of quality for this price? Lead a group discussion around strategies in pricing and how price influences marketability. Allow learners to explore concepts both from a consumer s point of view and from a producer / supplier s point of view. The word sale is often all that learners think of when considering promotion. Ensure that learners also explore and understand other factors of promotion. Sometimes it helps to relate examples to mainstream brands, such as Coca Cola. Also include examples of promotional material such as branded posters and merchandise. An interesting discussion point is who is required to get the product marketed? Encourage learners to identify as many role players as possible and not merely think of the marketing team. Please allow learners to complete Activity 4, 5 & 6 in their Learner Guides 4. Research and discover. Learner guide and additional marketing Allow time for learners to conduct research for completion of this activity via literature, internet or discussions with an expert. Encourage own words and own interpretations. 5. Group activity. Learner guide and additional marketing Let groups break away and explore concepts around marketing mix and important considerations within the marketing mix. 6. Worksheet. Learner guide and additional marketing Encourage learners to answer this worksheet based on their own interpretation and experience. My Notes
14 14 Session 3 Marketing budgets Learner Guide: Page 26 After completing this session, the learner should be able to: SO 3: Take limited and shared responsibility for the marketing budget. Concept (SO 3) An understanding for the need of a marketing budget is demonstrated. An understanding of the components of a marketing budget is demonstrated. Time frame Activities related to the concept The ability to differentiate between short, medium and long term budget needs is demonstrated. 5 hours Activity 7-9 The ability to have a shared responsibility for the limited monitoring of the marketing budget is demonstrated. An understanding of the importance of the adherence to the needs of market place and the identified target groups is demonstrated. Tips for the Facilitator Lead a classroom discussion surrounding the success factors related to effective marketing of farm products. A good starting point would be to ask the learners to brainstorm around the question What will make our product successful in terms of marketing? Revise the concept of budgeting and why it is necessary. Ensure that learners understand the need for a marketing budget and how a marketing budget is compiled and executed. Allow learners an opportunity to discuss and make a list of items that needs to be budgeted for. Learners might even be allowed to practice drawing up a simple example of such a budget if time allows.
15 15 Tips for the Facilitator Alert learners to the difference between short-, medium- and long-term budgets and their application. Allow learners and opportunity to list and discuss examples from their own experience of each type of budget (short-, medium- and long-term), and then relate their examples back to the farmer s perspective. To explain budget monitoring, allow learner groups an opportunity to discuss and draw conclusions surrounding the question What is the use of a budget if no one checks up on it or uses it? Summarise every group s conclusion and relate it back to the marketing of farm products and budget monitoring on commercial scale. Explore the meaning of the work flexibility in terms of marketing and budgeting related to marketing. Ensure that learners understand the need for flexibility during marketing. Allow learners to conclude limitations and extent of flexibility by exploring different scenarios related to marketing and budgeting. Please allow learners to complete Activity 7, 8 & 9 in their Learner Guides 7. Group Discussion. Learner guide and additional marketing Allow for group discussions regarding the necessity and composition of a marketing budget and then have groups give feedback regarding their conclusions as well as give feedback to other groups. 8. Group Project. Learner guide and additional marketing Encourage learners to approach this activity with all the knowledge and skill that they have gained so far and to be alert to different group members opinion and approach. 9. Worksheet. Learner guide and additional marketing Encourage learners to test their own progress through answering this worksheet individually and in their own words.
16 16 Session 4 Effective distribution of farm produce Learner Guide: Page 33 After completing this session, the learner should be able to: SO 4: Have an awareness and understanding of the importance of effective distribution channels for a specific agricultural commodity. Concept (SO 4) Co-participation in selecting the best distribution channel for a specific agricultural commodity taking alternative target markets and distribution channels into account is demonstrated. Time frame Activities related to the concept An understanding of the need for the allocation of a budget for each distribution channel and the monitoring thereof is demonstrated 4 hours Activity 10 An understanding for the need for monitoring the productivity of the resources involved with the transport of the specific agricultural commodity to its market place is demonstrated Tips for the Facilitator Explore the different distribution channels and their advantages or disadvantages with the learners and be alert to any learners who struggle with identification of distribution channels. This is an ideal opportunity for learners to do some research and deliver their findings as a presentation for the rest of the class. It might be of value to give different groups different markets to research for their presentation. An interesting method of facilitation is to allow learners to role play organising transportation modes and to have some individuals role play being the transportation mode (i.e. I am a truck ) and to identify the advantages, disadvantages and difficulties posed by the transportation modes. All learners might not have heard of cooperative systems before. Ensure that you spend sufficient time in explaining the choice of such a system and also explore why the choice would be made in favour of this system or not. By now learners should be comfortable with the concept of a budget. Alert learners to the need for budgets in terms of distribution channels. Emphasise the monitoring of distribution channels by posing the question What happens if we do not check up on the distribution channel? or What happens if we do not follow up with the distribution channel?
17 17 Tips for the Facilitator Ensure that learners understand the concept of productivity and how it influences successful marketing of the product, especially in terms of productivity of the transportation and distribution of the product. Learners can easily relate to frustrations when encountering an out-of-stock product or when they cannot get to a specific store offering a specific product. Please allow learners to complete Activity10 in their Learner Guides 10. Group Activity. Learner guide and additional marketing Encourage learners to be creative and use colour in their posters. Encourage learners to approach this activity from the perspective of someone who wishes to distribute a product as a business owner and who wishes to do it for maximum gain in terms of product image and profit. My Notes
18 18 What will I do differently next time? Take some time to reflect on your own activities as facilitator of this Unit Standard. Then write down five of the most important lessons you have learnt and include a motivation: What will I do differently next time? Motivate how or why (Give examples, reasons, etc.) As facilitator, you have hands on experience in the application of the unit standard. And you might experience difficulties with the unit standard that the developers did not anticipate. Also, the unit standard will be revised at the end of the registration period. Your comments below can be an important contribution in the revision process and should be brought to the attention of either the AgriSETA ETQA manager or the SGB chairperson. Please take some time to reflect on your experience and list a few of the difficulties you had to address. Difficulties I had with the Unit Standard Recommended Changes to Address the Difficulty
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