Hairdresser, college dean nanalo sa 2019 TESDA Idols

NEWS RELEASE

TESDA

05 September 2019

 

Hairdresser, college dean nanalo sa 2019 TESDA Idols

TAGUIG CITY – Inihayag ng  Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) ang dalawang  National Winners  para sa  2019 Idols ng TESDA Award  sa idinaos  na seremonya na ginanap sa   headquarters ng ahensiya sa Taguig City, Agosto 30.

Si Imelda I. Blancia  mula Region III, isang professional hairdresser na ngayo’y nagmamay-ari ng salon at training center,  ang itinanghal na National Winner sa Self-employed Category na nakakuha ng  kabuuang puntos na 79.42%. Siya ay may-ari ng Mel Blancia Learning Institute at Mel Blancia Salon and Skin Care sa Malolos, Bulacan.  Si Blancia ay may TESDA National Certificates (NCs) sa Hairdressing, Beauty Care, Hilot (Wellness Massage), Food and Beverage Services, at Dressmaking.

Samantala, sa Wage-employed Category,  si University of Cebu college dean at instructor  Dr. Richie L. Montebon ay  idineklarang  National Winner na may kabuuang puntos na  81.83%.  Siya  rin ang tumanggap ng  Batang TESDA! TESDA Best! special award.  Si Montebon ay may hawak na  tech-voc qualifications  na  kinabibilangan ng NCs sa Events Management Services, Housekeeping, Bread and Pastry Production, Cookery, at Driving.

Ang ibang winners sa Self-Employed Category ay kinabibilangan ng dating OFW na naging   automotive trainer na si Marcelino C.  Cotelo mula sa National Capital Region bilang   first runner-up, habang ang   tech-voc trainer na si Zander Amadeo M. Prospero, taga-Batangas, ang nakakuha ng  2nd runner-up.

 Ang bumuo sa listahan ng mga nagwagi sa Self-Employed Category ay si  Marvin G. Eslava, isang  tech-voc trainer at may-ari ng Mr. M’s Event and Catering sa Isabela, na siyang tumanggap ng Batang Technopreneur  special award.

Sa ilalim ng  wage-employed category, idineklarang first runner-up si agriculturist at  author  Dr. Donata L. Valler  mula  Bicol, habang  ang   second runner-up ay ang electrician at academician na si Engineer Rennie E. Miculob  ng  Northern Mindanao.

Sa Self-employed Category, ang mga nanalo ay pinili mula sa 10 kabuuang bilang ng mga nominees mula sa 10 regional offices. Samantala, mayroon namang 14 nominees mula 14 rehiyon ang  Wage-employed Category.

Lahat ng regional nominees ay tumanggap ng trophies at plaques.  Ang National Winners ay pinagkalooban ng P25,000 cash prize bawat isa, ang  first runners-up ay tumanggap  ng P20,000 bawat isa, at ang  second runners-up ay nakakuha ng P15,000 bawat isa.

Ang mga special awardees ng   Batang TESDA! TESDA Best! At Batang Technopreneur ay nanalo rin ng P25,000  bawat isa.

 Ang Idols ng TESDA Award, na isinasagawa bilang  pagkilala sa mga natatanging TVET graduates ng ahensiya, ay isa sa mga Institutional Awards ng TESDA na taunang iginagawad  sa pagdiriwang ng anibersaryo ng ahensiya at National Tech-voc Day.

Ang mga kuwalipikadong kandidato ay mga TVET graduates na Filipino citizens, dapat 21-taong gulang, at may natatanging naabot na tagumpay  kaugnay sa napiling  trabaho  sa loob ng tatlong taon.   Dapat din silang hinirang  ng alinmang lehitimong civil, social, religious, labor o industry organizations na  kinabibilangan  nito na may kaugnayan sa kanyang trabaho o negosyo. (END)

NEWS RELEASE

TESDA

05 September 2019

 

Hairdresser, college dean named 2019 TESDA Idols

TAGUIG CITY— The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) announced the two National Winners for this year’s Idols ng TESDA Award during ceremonies held inside the agency’s auditorium last August 30.

Imelda I. Blancia from Region III, a professional hairdresser who operates her own salon and training center is the National Winner in the Self-employed Category with a total score of 79.42%.  She is the owner of the Mel Blancia Learning Institute and the Mel Blancia Salon and Skin Care in Malolos, Bulacan.  Blancia has TESDA National Certificates (NCs) in Hairdressing, Beauty Care, Hilot (Wellness Massage), Food and Beverage Services, and Dressmaking.

Meanwhile, in the Wage-employed Category, University of Cebu college dean and instructor Dr. Richie L. Montebon was declared the National Winner with his total score of 81.83%.  He also received the Batang TESDA! TESDA Best! special award.  Montebon’s tech-voc qualifications include NCs Events Management Services, Housekeeping, Bread and Pastry Production, Cookery and Driving.

The other winners in the Self-employed Category include ex-OFW turned automotive trainer Marcelino C. Cotelo from the National Capital Region who came first runner-up, while  tech-voc trainer Zander Amadeo M. Prospero from Batangas, was named the second runner-up.

Completing the winners’ roster in the Self-employed Category was Marvin G. Eslava, a tech-voc trainer and owner of Mr. M’s Events and Catering in Isabela, who received the Batang Technopreneur special award.

Under the wage-employed category, declared first runner-up is agriculturist and author Dr. Donata L. Valler from Bicol, while second runner-up is electrician and academician Engineer Rennie E. Miculob of Northern Mindanao.

In the Self-employed Category, winners were screened from a total of 10 nominees from 10 regional offices.  Meanwhile, there were 14 nominees from 14 regions in the Wage-employed Category.

All regional nominees received trophies and plaques.  In both categories, the National Winners were given P25,000 cash prize each, the first runners-up received P20,000 each, and the second runners-up got P15,000 each.

Special awardees of Batang TESDA! TESDA Best! and Batang Technopreneur also won P25,000 each.

The Idols ng TESDA Award, held to honor outstanding technical vocational education and training (TVET) graduates of the agency, is one of TESDA’s Institutional Awards held annually in celebration of the agency’s anniversary and the National Tech-voc Day.

Qualified nominees are TVET graduates who are Filipino citizens, at least 21 years of age, and with outstanding achievements in line with his/her trade within the last 3 years.  They must also be nominated by any legitimate civic, social, religious, labor or industry organizations whose membership affiliation is in line with his/her work or business. (END)

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