PRESS RELEASE May 28, 2017

PRESS RELEASE May 28, 2017
From: Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
Ref: Public Information Unit (PIU)
Tel. No. 8323781
31,190 NATULUNGAN NG BKKK PROGRAM NG TESDA

Umabot sa 31,190 indibidwal ang natulungan ng programang Barangay Kasanayan para sa Kabuhayan at Kapayapaan (BKKK) na ipinagkakaloob ng Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) sa buong bansa.

Ayon kay TESDA Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong, 23,542 sa naturang bilang ang nabigyan ng scholarship programs sa Technical Vocational Institutions (TVIs) at Tesda Technology Institutions (TTIs) habang ang natirirang 7,648 ay napagkalooban naman ng ibang serbisyo na ibinibigay ng naturang ahensiya.

Aniya, inaasahan na mabilis na madaragdagan ang mga mapagkakalooban ng programa ng BKKK dahil hanggang sa kasalukuyan ay patuloy na sinusuyod ng TESDA ang bawat barangay sa buong bansa partikular na ang mga malalayong lugar upang mapagkalooban ng skills training ang mga residente.

Base sa talaan, 1,279 indibidwal ang napagkalooban ng programa ng BKKK mula sa Region 1; 815 naman sa Region II; 2,388 sa Region III; 3,022 sa Region IV-A; 8,590 sa MIMAROPA; 2,114 sa Region V; 1,070 sa Region VI; 1,895 sa Region VII; 1,825 sa Region VIII; 2,965 sa Region IX; 943 sa Region X; 1,324 sa Region XI; 766 sa Region XII; 134 sa CARAGA; 646 sa CAR; 1,414 sa NCR habang sa ARMM ay hinihintay pa ang bilang.

Matatandaan na simulan ni Mamondiong sa kanyang panunungkulan sa TESDA ang pagpapatupad ng 17-point Reform and Development Agenda na layuning mabigyan ng kasanayan ang iba’t-ibang sektor ng lipunan.

Kabilang dito ang Barangay-Based Scholarship Program; Online Scholarship Application; Walk-in Scholarship Application; Technical Audit of TVET Schools and Programs; Skills Training for Drug Dependents; Skills Training for Entrepreneurs and Family Enterprises; Skills Training Program for Inmates and their Families; OFWs Reintegration; Special Skills Program for the Indigenous People (IP); Expanded Training Program for Women and PWDs; Continuing Program for TESDA’s Alumni; Global Access to/online database of TVET Graduates and Certified Skilled Workers; Strengthen Linkages with the Agro-Industrial Sector; Strengthen Linkages with Foreign Skills Training/Funding Institutions; Linkages with State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) and Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs); Transparency; Moral Renewal.

Ang BKKK ay nakapaloob sa Barangay-Based Scholarship Program na isa sa 17-point Reform and Development Agenda ng TESDA. ###

PRESS RELEASE May 28, 2017
From: Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
Ref: Public Information Unit (PIU)
Tel. No. 8323781
TESDA’S BKKK PROGRAM HELPS 31,190 INDIVIDUALS

A total of 31,190 individuals have benefited from the Barangay Kasanayan para sa Kabuhayan at Kapayapaan (BKKK) program of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) nationwide.

TESDA Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong said that 23,542 persons have receive scholarships under the Technical Vocational Institutions (TVIs) and Tesda Technology Institutions (TTIs) while 7,648 others secured other benefits from the agency.

Mamondiong said that the number of TESDA beneficiaries are expected to go up as they continue to give skills training in far-flung areas in the country.

Records showed that 1,279 beneficiaries of BKKK came from Region 1, 815 (Region II); 2,388 (Region III); 3,022 (Region IV-A); 8,590 (MIMAROPA); 2,114 (Region V); 1,070 (Region VI); 1,895 (Region VII); 1,825 (Region VIII); 2,965 (Region IX); 943 (Region X); 1,324 (Region XI); 766 (Region XII); 134 (CARAGA); 646 (CAR); and 1,414 (National Capital Region).

It would be recalled that Mamondiong implemented the 17-point Reform and Development Agenda of TESDA which aims to provide skills training in various sectors nationwide.

These skills training include the Barangay-Based Scholarship Program; Online Scholarship Application; Walk-in Scholarship Application; Technical Audit of TVET Schools and Programs; Skills Training for Drug Dependents; Skills Training for Entrepreneurs and Family Enterprises; Skills Training Program for Inmates and their Families; OFWs Reintegration; Special Skills Program for the Indigenous People (IP); Expanded Training Program for Women and PWDs; Continuing Program for TESDA’s Alumni; Global Access to/online database of TVET Graduates and Certified Skilled Workers; Strengthen Linkages with the Agro-Industrial Sector; Strengthen Linkages with Foreign Skills Training/Funding Institutions; Linkages with State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) and Local Universities and Colleges (LUCs); Transparency; Moral Renewal.

The BKKK is contained in the Barangay-Based Scholarship Program which is one of the 17-point Reform and Development Agenda of TESDA.###

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