Sec. Mamondiong pledges TESDA’s help to Typhoon Ompong victims

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Public Information Unit

TESDA

17 September 2018

 

Sec. Mamondiong pledges TESDA’s help to Typhoon Ompong victims

Moving quickly to help the the national government rebuild the areas devastated by Typhoon Ompong, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong, Director General of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), yesterday ordered all TESDA regional directors to mobilize TESDA’s human resources to lend assistance to the typhoon victims.

In an urgent memorandum order, Sec. Mamondiong said the TESDA, as part of the national government machinery, should collectively assist in addressing the effects of the national calamity, and directed all TESDA regional and provincial officials in Luzon and Metro Manila to “mobilize our human resources and whatever resources that we can legally and morally muster” to help those who are affected by Typhoon Ompong.

“Our help should be immediate and direct,” Mamondiong said.

He also directed his officials to make daily reports on the extent of assistance that the TESDA is able to provide to the victims, and encouraged them to conduct physical visits of the affected areas.

“If it is direct training that we need to undertake, we must.  If the displaced population needs shelter and our centers are available, we must make these centers available,” he said.

The TESDA chief said all regional and provincial directors should be creative in mustering the resources needed for providing assistance. You need to talk and engage our partners in the TVET sector,” he said.

The TESDA is the national government authority in technical vocational education and training (TVET) and provides direction and guidance to the country’s TVET sector.  It formulates TVET policies and plans that serve as the blueprint for TVET implementation in the country.

As the national government’s TVET authority, the TESDA implements technical education and skills development programs (TESD) and provides equitable access to these programs to the Filipino people. It undertakes direct training provision through four training modalities — school-based, center-based, enterprise-based, and community-based. (END)

 

News Release

Public Information Unit

TESDA

17 September 2018

 

Sec. Mamondiong: TESDA tutulong sa mga biktima ng bagyong “Ompong”

Agad na kumilos si Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Director  General/Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong  upang tumulong sa national government na maibangon ang mga lugar na sinalanta ng nagdaang bagyong Ompong  kung saan labis itong na nanalasa sa mga lalawigan sa Northern  Luzon.

Bunsod nito, inatasan ni Mamondiong ang lahat ng TESDA regional directors na pakilusin lahat ng mga empleyado ng ahensya para tumulong sa mga biktima ng bagyo.

Sa ipinalabas nitong urgent memorandum order, ipinaliwanag ni Sec. Mamondiong na ang TESDA bilang bahagi ng national government machinery ay kailangang makipagtulungan sa pagbibigay ng  ayuda sa  mga apektado ng national calamity, kaya pinakilos nito ang lahat ng TESDA regional at  provincial officials sa Luzon at Metro Manila na gamitin ang mga resources ng ahensya at anumang resources na  legal at moral na magagamit para matulungan ang mga apektado ng bagyong Ompong.

“Our help should be immediate and direct,” ani Mamondiong.

Inatasan din nito ang kanyang mga opisyal na araw-araw na gumawa at magsumite ng ulat  kaugnay sa  lawak nang  naibibigay na tulong ng TESDA sa mga biktima,  kaya hinimok niya ang mga ito na personal na bumisita sa mga apektadong lugar.

“If it is direct training that we need to undertake, we must.  If the displaced population needs shelter and our center are available, we must make these centers available,” dagdag pa nitong utos.

Ayon sa TESDA chief, lahat ng regional and provincial directors ay dapat  na maging malikhain sa pagkalap ng mga  resources na puwedeng magagamit sa pagbibigay ng tulong.  Aniya, kung kinakailangan ay makipag-ugnayan ang mga ito sa mga katuwang o kabalikat ng ahensya sa TVET sector upang makahingi ng tulong para sa nasabing layunin.

Ang TESDA ay isang national government authority sa technical vocational education and training (TVET) at nagbibigay ng direksyon at gumagabay sa TVET sector ng bansa.  Ito rin ang gumagawa ng mga polisiya at plano para sa TVET na magsisilbing “blueprint” para sa pagpapatupad ng TVET sa bansa.

Aniya, bilang national government TVET authority, ang TESDA ay nagpapatupad ng  technical education and skills development program (TESD) at nagbibigay ng pantay na karapatan   sa bawat mamayang Filipino sa mga programan ito.  Ito ay nagpapatupad ng mga direktang training sa pamamagitan ng apat na training modalities —school-based, center-based, enterprise-base at community based.

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