PRESS RELEASE June 7, 2017

PRESS RELEASE June 7, 2017

From: Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

Ref: Public Information Unit (PIU)

Tel. No. 8323781

Upang maiwasan ang job mismatch…..

PUMILI NG TAMANG SKILLS TRAINING -TESDA

Pinayuhan ng Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) ang mga mag-aaral na piliin ng wasto ang kukuning kurso upang maiwasan ang job mismatch kapag nagtapos na ang mga ito sa kanilang pag-aaral.

Ayon kay TESDA Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong, napakahalaga na mapag-isipang mabuti ng mga mag-aaral kung ano ang kanilang kukuning kurso upang makakuha agad ang mga ito ng trabaho sa kanilang pagtatapos.

Dahil dito, nagbigay ng payo ang kalihim sa mga gustong makapasok sa TESDA na piliing mabuti ang kanilang kukuning skills training upang mas madali silang magkaroon ng pagkakakitaan.

Base sa talaan ng TESDA, kabilang sa limang industry sectors na mas kinakailangan ngayon sa bansa ay ang Agribusiness, Construction, Information Technology, Health and Wellness at Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism.

Ilan sa mga halimbawa ng training programs na nakapaloob sa Agribusiness ay ang agriculture production at horticulture. Nakapaloob naman sa Construction ang carpentry, masonry, at heavy equipment operation habang sa Information Technology ay ang visual graphic design, 2D/3D animation at contact center services.

Kabilang naman sa ilan sa nakapaloob sa Health and Wellness ang massage therapy, caregiving at beauty care habang sa Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism naman ay ang mga training programs tulad ng housekeeping, barista, bartending at cookery at iba pa.

Aniya, kabilang naman sa top 10 na kurso sa TESDA noong nakalipas na taon ang Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC II; Cookery NC II; Food and Beverage Services NC II; Bread and Pastry Production NC II; Housekeeping NC II; Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II; Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC I; Computer System Servicing NC II; Bookkeeping NC III at Contact Center Services NC II.

Napag-alaman pa sa record ng ahensiya na simula noong 1995 hanggang 2016 ay umabot na sa 30,621,180 ang nakapag-enrol sa TESDA kung saan ay 25,434,151 sa mga ito ang nakapagtapos habang 11,148,144 ang nakakuha ng assessment samantalang 9,167,792 ang na-certified. ###

PRESS RELEASE June 7, 2017
From: Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
Ref: Public Information Unit (PIU)
Tel. No. 8323781
TESDA GIVES TIPS TO AVOID JOB MISMATCH

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) advised students to choose the right course when they go to college to avoid job mismatch.

TESDA Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong said that it is important for students to choose their proper course so that they could easily land jobs after graduation.

Mamondiong also advised those who wanted to enter TESDA to choose the right skills and eventually get employed after they finished their courses.

TESDA said that the country needs graduates from five industry sectors such as agribusiness, construction, information technology, health and wellness, and hotel, restaurant and tourism.

Training programs in agribusiness sector are agriculture production and horticulture while in the construction sector, there is carpentry, masonry, and heavy equipment operation. Programs under information technology sector are visual graphic design, 2D/3D animation and contact center services.

Under health and wellness, the training programs are massage therapy, caregiving and beauty care. For the hotel, restaurant and tourism sector, the training programs are housekeeping, barista, bartending and cookery, etc.

Last year, training programs in the Top 10 are Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC II; Cookery NC II; Food and Beverage Services NC II; Bread and Pastry Production NC II; Housekeeping NC II; Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II; Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC I; Computer System Servicing NC II; Bookkeeping NC III and Contact Center Services NC II.

Since 1995 up to 2016, TESDA records showed that 30,621,180 enrolled in their training programs. Of which, 25,434,151 students finished their courses; 11,148,144 others got assessment and 9,167,792 were certified. ###

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