PRESS RELEASE September 10, 2017

PRESS RELEASE                                                   September 10, 2017

From: Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

Ref: Public Information Unit (PIU)

Tel. No. 8323781

50% NG TRAINING INSTITUTIONS PASADO SA NATIONWIDE TECHNICAL AUDIT NG TESDA

 

Umabot sa 50% ng mga training institutions ng Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) ang pumasa sa isinagawang nationwide technical audit ng ahensiya na layuning mapahusay ang pagbibigay ng skills training sa mga Filipino.

 

Ayon kay TESDA Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong, sa pamamagitan ng isinagawang technical audit ay matitiyak ng ahensiya na mabibigyan ng tamang kasanayan ang mga trainees na kanilang magagamit sa paghahanap-buhay sa loob at labas ng bansa.

 

Kabilang sa mga isinailalim sa nationwide technical audit ay ang facilities, equipment at faculty ng lahat ng TESDA Training Institutions (TTIs) at Technical Vocational Institutions (TVIs) sa buong bansa.

 

“Of these training centers, 50% were found to be capable and compliant with our training regulations, 29% are non-compliant and 21% closed their programs, rendering the reduction of our registered programs to 14,347 from 18,288”, sabi pa ni Mamondiong.

 

Umaasa si Mamondiong na bago matapos ang termino ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa 2022 ay madagdagan ang registered programs sa TESDA dahil isa itong paraan ng pagtulong sa ating mga kababayan.

 

“We are targeting to register in cooperation with the industry 50,000 programs before the end of the term of the President, which is a must, because for every program or qualification we developed, we are creating jobs and means of livelihood for our people as a natural consequence”, dagdag pa nito.

 

Samantala, nagsagawa din ng Tendering System ang TESDA sa pamamahagi ng scholarship sa mga TVIs upang matiyak na may kapasidad ang mga training centers na mabibigyan nito at kakayahan sa pagbibigay ng skills training bukod pa sa binuong National Inspectorate Group (NIG).

 

“We have created NIG to see to it that our training regulations are religiously observed by the training centers, that our training exist physically, and that our trainees/scholars are real, not ghosts”, pagtatapos pa ni Mamondiong. ###

 


PRESS RELEASE                                                   September 10, 2017

From: Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

Ref: Public Information Unit (PIU)

Tel. No. 8323781

50% OF TRAINING INSTITUTIONS PASS TESDA AUDIT

 

Up to 50 percent of the training institutions of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) passed the nationwide technical audit which aims to improve the agency’s skills training program.

 

TESDA Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong said that the technical audit would ensure trainees that they would be given proper guidance when they seek employment after they have completed their skills training.

 

Among those that underwent nationwide technical audit were the facilities, equipment and the faculty of all TESDA Training Institutions (TTIs) and Technical Vocational Institutions (TVIs) nationwide.

 

“Of these training centers, 50 percent were found to be capable and compliant with our training regulations, 29 percent are non-compliant and 21 percent closed their programs, rendering the reduction of our registered programs to 14,347 from 18,288,” said Mamondiong.

 

Mamondiong said that he is hopeful that before the term of President Rodrigo Duterte ends in 2022, the number of TESDA’s registered programs will increase.

 

“We are targeting to register in cooperation with the industry 50,000 programs before the end of the term of the President, which is a must, because for every program or qualification we developed, we are creating jobs and means of livelihood for our people as a natural consequence,”the TESDA chief said.

 

Also, TESDA has conducted the tendering system in the distribution of scholarships to the TVIs to ensure that the training centers have the capacity to give skills training side from the National Inspectorate Group.

 

“We have created NIG to see to it that our training regulations are religiously observed by the training centers, that our training exist physically, and that our trainees/scholars are real, not ghosts,” Mamondiong added. ###

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