National Technical and Vocation Education and Training by TESDA on February 27-28, 2018

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, (TESDA) has been helping a lot of Filipinos in getting jobs ever since they came around. This year, they will give more opportunities to aspiring people. They will be giving TESDA graduates a chance to find jobs through the National Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) Enrollment and Job Bridging on the 27th and 28th of February this year.

As we all know, TESDA is an institution focused on giving skills training and development without any cost for people who want to go to the Vocational and Technological field. This year, they’ll be offering more help and assistance to those people who would be needing it the most.

This TVET enrollment and jobs bridging will be held simultaneously in different areas. This is so that people may take advantage of the opportunity to apply and educate themselves through TESDA. Not only that, this event will also allow graduates from the institution to find respective and reputable jobs for themselves. Take note that different LGU complexes, municipalities, provincial stadiums are the types of places where this will be held.

Director General Guiling Mamondiong of TESDA said, “This activity will be conducted in partnership with Local Government Units (LGUs), Public Employment Service Offices (PESOs), and Regional/Provincial Offices of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), companies/industries, Technical-Vocational Institutions (TVIs), and other stakeholders.”  As per the Director, the goal of this event is to help spread its programs, services, and knowledge with the help of the local government and its officials, affiliates, and the employment platform as well.

Moreover, Directory General Mamondiong also revised the granting of TESDA scholarships to ensure that new training and learning will be properly absorbed and of course be used in professional purposes.

Enrollment for TVET programs will be open to Filipinos ages fifteen (15) and up. Filipinos who are showing interest in Technical-Vocational courses and programs are invited to join and to see if eligible for it.

Like any other application, you would need to bring certain requirements:

  • Valid NSO/PSA-Certified Birth Certificate
  • 1 x 1 photos

TEDA graduates who would be willing to attend the said event to find a profession would be required to bring their TESDA certificates and bio-data. 

This is a nationwide event that would not only help people in being aware of what TESDA offers but also to help graduates of the institution to find the tailor-fit career for them.

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