TESDA names Outstanding TVET Trainer for 2018

 

 

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TESDA 

14 October 2018


TESDA names Outstanding TVET Trainer for 2018

A licensed teacher and nurse has been chosen “Outstanding TVET Trainer” at the recently concluded 2018 Tagsanay Award of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

Christopher E. Olipas of the OLM Institute and Skills Training Center for Allied Courses, Inc. in Bulacan, Region-lll topped the annual list of awardees for the 2018 Tagsanay Award which gives recognition and incentives to trainers in private and public technical vocational (tech-voc) institutions in the country.

Olipas is a teacher and a nurse who has a master’s degree in nursing and a doctoral degree in Educational Management. He has been an accredited technical vocational (tech-voc) trainer and assessor for 10 years now.

Melea H. Gonzales, of Region lll-Tarlac, an instructor from Tarlac School of Arts and Trade, Inc.(TSATI) finished 1st runner up; and, Ariel D. Ronato, of Teamskills School for Culinary and Hospitality Management (TSCHM), Region Vll-Negros Oriental, 2nd runner-up.

The three awardees are among the Top 8 trainers that also included Rizalie C. Salvacion of The Rizal Memorial Colleges, Inc., (TRMCI), Region Xl-Davao del Sur; Edgar Q. Manato of Lupon School of Fisheries (LSF) in Region Xl-Davao Oriental; George B. Raciles, Divine World College of Laoag, Inc. (DWCLI), Region I-Ilocos Norte; Maribeth A. Fuerzas, Dipolog School of Fisheries (DSF), Region lX-Zamboanga del Norte; and, Susana E. Tandoc, Maxima Technical and Skills Training Institute, Inc. (MTSTII), Region l-Pangasinan.

Apart from the Outstanding TVET Trainer Award, Olipas also bagged the Best in Activity-Based Assessment special award.

Gonzales received the special awards for Best in Panel Interview and Best in Innovative Training Induction Program; Ronato, Best in Porfolio; Manto, Best in Written Examination; and Fuerzas, Best in Conducting Interview.

The winner of the Outstanding TVET Trainer award received a Php 25,000 cash price; 1st and 2nd runners-up received Php 20,000 and Php 15,000 respectively; and, each trainer who made it in the Top 8 of the competition received Php 5,000.  They also received trophies and plaques.

The TESDA Tagsanay Award is an institutional awards system that gives recognition and incentives to trainers from Technical Vocational Institutions (TVIs) and TESDA Technology Institutions (TTIs) who have exceeded the set requirements for Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and have demonstrated competencies beyond expectations.

The TESDA Tagsanay Award was formerly known as the “Kalinga Sa Tagsanay,” particularly the Lakan-Ilaw Awards category, which was given from 2011 to 2013, during which time only trainers from TESDA Technology Institutions were qualified for the award.

 

 

NEWS RELEASE

Public Information Unit

TESDA 

14 October 2018

 Outstanding TVET Trainer 2018 pinarangalan ng TESDA

 Pinarangalan ng TESDA ang isang lisensyadong guro at nurse bilang “Outstanding TVET Trainer” sa ginanap na 2018 Tagsanay Award.

Si Christopher E. Olipas ng OLM Institute and Skills Training Center for Allied Courses, Inc. sa Bulacan, Region-III ang nanguna sa listahan ng awardees sa 2018 Tagsanay Award na taunang ipinagkakaloob ng TESDA para sa mga trainers na nagpakita ng kapuri-puring pagganap nang pagsasanay o pagtuturo sa technical vocational education and training (TVET).

Si Olipas ay isang guro at nurse, at may master’s degree sa Nursing at doctoral degree sa Educational Management ay 10-taon ng accredited technical vocational (tech-voc) trainer at assessor.

Si Melea H. Gonzales, ng Region lll-Tarlac, instructor mula sa Tarlac School of Arts and Trade, Inc.(TSATI) ang 1st runner up at si Ariel D. Ronato, ng Teamskills School for Culinary and Hospitality Management (TSCHM) sa Region Vll-Negros Oriental ang 2nd runner-up.

Ang tatlo na mga awardees ay kasama sa napiling Top 8 trainers na kinabibilangan din nina Rizalie C. Salvacion ng The Rizal Memorial Colleges, Inc., (TRMCI), Region Xl-Davao del Sur; Edgar Q. Manato ng Lupon School of Fisheries (LSF) sa Region Xl-Davao Oriental; George B. Raciles ng Divine World College of Laoag, Inc. (DWCLI) sa Region I-Ilocos Norte; Maribeth A. Fuerzas ng Dipolog School of Fisheries (DSF) sa Region lX-Zamboanga del Norte; at Susana E. Tandoc, ng Maxima Technical and Skills Training Institute, Inc. (MTSTII) sa Region l-Pangasinan.

Maliban sa Outstanding TVET Trainer award, tumanggap din ng special award si Olipas bilang Best in Activity-Based Assessment.

Si Gonzales ay binigyan naman ng dalawang special award bilang Best in Panel Interview at Best in Innovative Training Induction Program; Ronato, Best in Porfolio; Manto, Best in Written Examination; at Fuerzas, Best in Conducting Interview.

Ang napiling Outstanding TVET Trainer ay pinagkalooban ng Php 25,000 cash price; 1st runner-up, Php 20,000; Php 15,000 para sa 2nd runner-up; at Php 5,000 naman para bawat kasama sa Top 8.  Sila ay tumanggap din ng trophy at plaque .

Ang TESDA Tagsanay Award ay taunang ipinagkakaloob ng TESDA bilang pagkilala at insentibo sa mga trainers mula sa private at public technical vocational institutions (TVIs) at TESDA Technology Institutions (TTIs) na nilampasan o nahigitan ang itinakdang requirements para sa TVET trainers at nagpakita ng kakayahan na higit sa inaasahan.

Ang Tagsanay Award ay ipinalit sa dating “Kalinga Sa Tagsanay” partikular ang Lakan-Ilaw Awards category, na ipinutupad mula 2011 at 2013 subalit kabilang lamang ang mga trainers mula TESDA Technology Institutions.

Ang nasabing award category ay nagsimula noong 2015, sa hangarin ng TESDA na bigyan nang pagkilala ang kahalagahan at kontribusyon ng mga trainers ng TVIs sa buong bansa.

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