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  • This is one of the major pillars of TESDA as the Authority in TVET in the country. TESDA is one of the only two (2) government agencies that have licensing/certification mandate. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) is the for the professionals while TESDA is for skilled workers/middle-level manpower.. As a matter of policy, TESDA requires mandatory assessment for graduation in qualifications covered by a promulgated Training Regulation.
  • This is one of the major pillars of TESDA as the Authority in TVET in the country. TESDA is one of the only two (2) government agencies that have licensing/certification mandate. The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) is the for the professionals while TESDA is for skilled workers/middle-level manpower.. As a matter of policy, TESDA requires mandatory assessment for graduation in qualifications covered by a promulgated Training Regulation.

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  • Technology and Vocational Opportunities in the Region ZEUS P. AMPUYAS, CESO IV Regional Director, TESDA – Region XII
  • TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY “the prime authority in TVET in the Philippines”
  • RA 7796: The TESDA Law TESDA was created to manage and supervise technical education and skills development programs “the prime authority in TVET in the Philippines”
  • MISSION TESDA provides direction, policies, programs and standards towards quality technical education and skills development
  • VISION TESDA is the leading partner in the development of the Filipino Workforce with world class competence and positive work values
  • “OUR PEOPLE IS OUR BEST ASSET”
  • Competency-based, Assessment-driven, Qualification-focused, & Employmentrelevant Technical-vocational Education and Skills Development TVET Delivery Modes Learners • HS Graduates • Workers • Unemployed • Underemployed • PWD • Women, IP INPUT •School-based • Center-based • Community-based • Web-based • Enterprise-based NC-IV Wageemployed NC-III ENTERPRISES NC-II NC-I TVET Providers • Curriculum • Faculty • Facilities • Industry Linkages Skilled Productive Efficient Motivated Certified PROCESS OUTPUT Selfemployed “Absorption of graduates into decent work is the measure of TVET performance.” IMPACT
  • Six (6) Years One Year Technical Four (4) Years Education and Junior HS + Two Skills (2) Years Senior HS Development in TESD Specialization (NC I & NC II, Arts & Sports) Baccalaureate Post Baccalaureate Post Doctoral/ Specialization
  • MAJOR PROGRAMS, PROJECTS AND SERVICES
  • Saan kaya ako magigi ng “star? ” Saan kaya ako magiging “star?” Saan kaya ako magigi ng “star? ” Saan kaya ako magiging “star?” YOUTH PROFILING FOR STARRING CAREERS is a complete guidance delivery system to help young Filipinos make right career choices, based on an objective assessment of their strengths and interests. It is designed to help young Filipinos identify the careers that will place them in “starring roles.”
  • CAREER DECISIONS BASES RESULTS Child’s INTEREST + AMBITIONS (of parents and child) + Child’s POTENTIAL Dropouts, OSYs, course shifts, overstaying, educated unemployed, prolonged job vacancies, skills mismatches, displaced workers, low productivity M I N I M I Z E = Labor Market Info E&T Market Info JOBS (BEST FIT) M A X I M I Z E
  • SCHOOL BASED PROGRAMS Number of Technical Vocational Institutions with Registered Programs , By Province As of December 2013 Province Number of TVIs No. of Registered Programs North Cotabato 59 303 Sarangani Province 49 245 South Cotabato 40 239 Sultan Kudarat 17 129 Cotabato City 18 87 Total 183 1,003
  • TVET Providers Categorized as Public and Private TVIs As of December 2013 Region XII Public Private Total Number of TVET Provider 3 180 183
  • Competency Assessment and Certification Program Objectives: To ensure that TVET graduates and skilled workers have the necessary competence to perform the tasks consistent with the required standards in the workplace. How to avail: Regular: a) Go to Assessment Center or nearest Provincial Office b) Bring ID passport size c) Fill-up application Form d) Pay the Assessment Fee e) Wait for the Schedule of Assessment
  • Competency Assessment and Certification Program HOW TO AVAIL: National TVET Competency Assessment & Certification (NATCAC) Program: a) Go to Assessment Center or nearest Provincial Office b) Bring ID passport size c) Fill-up application Form d) Wait for the Schedule of Assessment
  • SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA) Objectives: This program was established through R.A NO. 8545 which offers financial assistance to marginalized but deserving students in the post-secondary non degree courses. Qualification of Beneficiaries: 1) Must be High School Graduate 2) At least 15 years old 3) Have taken NCAE or have undergone YP4SC 4) Annual Family income of not more than of PhP120,000.00 and 5) Must not be a recipient of any previous TESDA scholarships (2006 to 2012. Requirements: 1) High School Report Card/Diploma 2) Copy of NCAE or YP4SC Result 3) Annual Income Tax Return or Certificate of Compensation Payment/Tax withheld for the previous year of Certificate Exemption from Payment of Income Tax Return.
  • TRAINING FOR WORK SCHOLARSHIP Program (TWSP) Objectives: Provides immediate interventions to meet the need for highly critical skills. Qualification of Beneficiaries: 1) Must be at least 18 years old at the time the scholar finishes the training; 2) Educational attainment shall be based on industry requirements or as prescribed in the relevant Training Regulations; 3) Priority shall be given to the unemployed, especially those “without prior formal or vocational trainings; 4) Other Clientele groups such as persons with PWDs, IPs, solo parents, senior citizens and other marginalized groups; 5) Other industry requirements should be considered.
  • Community-Based Training Program - Is designed to respond to the need for skills training of a community specifically directed in promoting self-employment. Target beneficiaries include the poor and underpriviledged, out-of-school youth, unemployed adults and marginalized and informal sectors.
  • Enterprise-Based Training Program - These are training programs being implemented within companies/firms. These programs are categorized such as: 1) Learnership Program 2) Dual Training System (DTS) 3) Apprenticeship Program
  • Skills Competitions - Are series of provincial, sectoral, and regional contests culminating at national levels skills competitions to select those who will represent the country in international skills contests. They serve as venues to showcase and recognize whether the skills of industry workers and graduates of TESD programs are at par with the set standards.
  • Awards and Incentives Search for TESDA Best! Batang TESDA is aimed to give recognition to the successful graduates of TESD programs who have attained excellence and success in their occupation and contributed to the economic growth of their communities. Kabalikat Award is being granted to partners to have great contribution in the implementation of TESD programs.( For 2013, the regional awardee for LGU category Mayor, Hon. Leonardo V. Escobillo, of Municipality of Tampakan, South Cotabato.
  • TESDA Region XII, supervises and administers the operations: The TESDA Technology Institutions and Training Center:  Surallah National Agricultural School (SUNAS) located at Surallah, South Cotabato  General Santos National School of Arts and Trades (GSNSAT), Lagao, General Santos City  Provincial Training Center (PTC), Cotabato City
  • Key Employment Generators Agribusiness Cyberservices Health and Wellness Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Construction Mining Banking and Finance Manufacturing Ownership Dwellings and Real State Transport and Logistics Wholesale and Retail Trade Overseas Employment
  • SUMMARY ON INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS BY MAJOR INDUSTRY SECTOR Major Industry Sector 1. Agri Sector 1.1. Banana Industry 1.2. Pineapple Industry 1.3. Bamboo Industry 1.4. Animal Seeds Production 1.5. Palm Oil Industry 1.6. Rubber Industry 1.7. Sugar Industry 2. Fishing Sector 2.1. Manufacturing 2.2. Aquaculture 2.3. Commercial Deep Sea Fishing
  • Major Industry Sector 3. Service Sector 3.1. Wellness 3.2. Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism 3.3. Wholesale & Retail 3.4. Industrial 3.5. Security 3.6. Manpower Services 3.7. Mining Sector (Large & Small) 3.8. Construction Sector 4. Utilities Sector 4.1. Power & Utility Industry 5. Academe Sector
  • MENU OF PROGRAMS • Animation NC II • Applied Science in Nursing Course • Architectural Design Technology NC III • Automotive Servicing NC I • Automotive Servicing NC II • Barista NC II • Bartending NC II • Beauty Care NC II • Bookkeeping NC III • Bread and Pastry Production NC II • Business & Office Info Services NC III
  • MENU OF PROGRAMS • Career Entry Course for Software Developers - Cobol • Career Entry Course for Software Developers-JAVA NC IV • Career Entry Course for Software Developers-MS.Net NC IV • Career Entry Course for Software Deveopers -Oracle NC IV • Caregiving NC II • Carpentry NC II • COC: Perform Benchwork leading to Machining NC I • COC: Turn Workpiece leading to Machining NC I • Commercial Cooking NC II • Commercial Cooking NC III • Commercial Cooking NC IV
  • MENU OF PROGRAMS • Computer Hardware Servicing NC II • Consumer Electronics Servicing Leading to NC II • Consumer Electronics Servicing NC II • Contact Center Services NC II • Cookery NC II • Diesel/Gsoline Engine Tune Up Leading to Automotive Servicing NC II • Dressmaking NC II • Driving NC II • Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II • Events Management Services NC III • Finishing Course for Call Center Agents Leading to NC II • Finishing Course for Call Center Agents NC II
  • MENU OF PROGRAMS • • • • • • • • • • • • Finishing Course for Medical Transcription leading to NC II Fish Processing NC II Food and Beverage Services NC II Front Office Services NC II Hairdressing NC II Health Care Services NC II Household Services NC II Housekeeping NC II Masonry NC II Massage Therapy NC II Medical Transcription NC II Motorcycle/Small Engine Servicing NC II
  • MENU OF PROGRAMS • • • • • • • • • • • • Pharmacy Services NC II Plumbing NC II Practical Nursing Course Professional 3D Maya Animation NC III Professional Assistant Animator NC III Programming NC IV RAC (PACU/CRE) Servicing NC II RAC Servicing (DOMRAC) NC II Security Services NC I Security Services NC II Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC II Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC I
  • MENU OF PROGRAMS • Small Engine Servicing NC I • Tile Setting NC II • Tour Guiding Services NC II • Trainer's Methodology Level I • Visual Graphics Design NC III