TESDA Idols 2018 winners proclaimed

News Release

Public Information Unit

TESDA

25 September 2018

 

TESDA Idols 2018 winners proclaimed

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has proclaimed its two National Winners for the annual TESDA Idols 2018 awards.

The award is given to hardworking individuals TVET graduates who eventually became successful in their endeavors as a result of their technical vocational education and training (TVET) programs.

There are two categories for the award: Wage-Employed Category and Self-Employed Category.

Under the Wage-Employed Category, April Rose B. Flores of TESDA Region Xll and a graduate of a Food Preparation and Service Technology course was named the National Winner.

Flores is a beneficiary of the Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA) through which she was able to finish a three-year vocational course on Food Preparation and Service Technology at the University of Southern Mindanao (USM)-Kidapawan City.

She finished Industrial Technology major in Food and Beverage Preparation and Service Management in 2012 and Master of Technology Education in 2017. At present, she is completing her doctorate degree in Philosophy in Technology Management.

1st Runner-up is Dr. Leomar A. Liboon ng Region Xl, an Agriculture and Tourism graduate, while 2nd Runner-up is Fernando Yap Ramos of Region ll, whose qualifications include Food and Beverage Services, Bread and Pastry Production NC ll, Front Office Services NC lll, Housekeeping NC ll, Cookery NC ll, and Bartending NC ll.

Alfred D. Santos, a Tourism graduate of Region llI, was given the Batang TESDA! TESDA Best! special award.

Under the Self-Employed Category, the National Winner is Tina M. Ronato of Region Vll who completed a TVET course on Cookery/Commercial Cooking.

Ronato’s knowledge in Cookery and Commercial Cooking was a big factor when he founded his own training center offering TESDA-registered programs.

Rolando M. Rocapor of TESDA Region l, Agriculture and Fishery, was 1st Runner-up while Johnny N. Nambong, of  Region Xll, Food and Beverages Services NC ll, was awarded 2nd Runner-up.

Nambong also received the Batang Technopreneur special award.

Each National Winner received P25,000 as cash prize.  The two 1st Runners-up each received 20,000 while the 2nd Runners-up got P15,000 each.  The Batang TESDA! TESDA Best! and Batang Technopreneur winners each went home with P25,000.  Awardees also received trophies and plaques.

The awarding ceremony for TESDA Idols 2018 was held last August 23 at the TESDA Women’s Center in Taguig City.

The winners were chosen based on the 20 nominees nationwide from TESDA’s 17 regions.

 

 

News Release

Public Information Unit

TESDA

25 September 2018

 

TESDA Idols 2018 winners

Dalawa ang itinanghal na National Winners para sa 2018 Idols ng Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

Ang Idols ng TESDA ay kasama sa mga Institutional Awards na ipinagkakaloob taun-taon na karaniwang isinasabay sa pagdiriwang ng anibersaryo ng ahensya bilang pagkilala sa mga matatagumpay na mga TVET graduates.

Ito’y ipinagkakaloob sa mga hard-working individuals na graduates ng TESDA na naging matagumpay sa kanilang pagpupunyagi sa pamamagitan ng kanilang paglahok sa technical vocational education and training (TVET) programs.

Ang pagbibigay ng award dito ay hinati sa dalawang kategorya, Wage-Employed Category at Self-Employed Category.

Sa Wage-Employed Category, si April Rose B. Flores ng TESDA Region Xll na may kursong/qualification na Food Preparation and Service Technology ang napiling bilang National Winner.

Si Flores ay produkto ng Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA) sa pamamagitan ng three-year vocational course na Food Preparation and Service Technology sa University of Southern Mindanao (USM)-Kidapawan City.

Siya ay nagtapos ng kanyang kursong Industrial Technology major in Food and Beverage Preparation and Service Management noong 2012 at Master of Technology Education noong 2017 at kasalukuyan ay kumukuha ng kanyang doctorate degree sa Philosophy in Technology Management.

Ang 1st Runner-up naman ay si Dr. Leomar A. Liboon ng Region Xl, Agriculture at Tourism; at ang 2nd Runner-up ay si Fernando Yap Ramos ng Region ll, may kursong Food and Beverage Services, Bread and Pastry Production NC ll, Front Office Services NC lll, Housekeeping NC ll, Cookery NC ll at Bartending NC ll.

Si Alfred D. Santos ng Region llI, Tourism ang nanalong Batang TESDA! TESDA Best!

Samantala, sa Self-Employed Category, ang napiling National Winner ay si Tina M. Ronato ng Region Vll na nagtapos ng kursong Cookery/Commercial Cooking.

Ang kaalaman at karanasan sa Cookery at Commercial Cooking ni Ronato ay malaking tulong para sa pagpapatayo nito ng kanyang sariling training center.

Naging 1st Runner-up naman si Rolando M. Rocapor ng TESDA Region l, Agriculture and Fishery, habang si Johnny N. Nambong, ng Region Xll, Food and Beverages Services NC ll ang 2nd Runner-up.

Si Nambong rin ang tumanggap ng Batang Technopreneur award.

Ang bawat National Winner ay nakatanggap ng P25,000.  Ang bawat 1st Runner-up naman ay nakatanggap ng P20,000 habang ang 2nd Runner-up, P15,000.  Samantala, ang Batang TESDA! TESDA Best! at ang Batang Technopreneur winners ay binigyan ng tig-P25,000.  Maliban dito, tumanggap din sila ng mga trophy at mga plaque.

Ang awarding ceremony para sa TESDA Idols 2018 ay ginanap noong August 23 sa TESDA Womens Center sa Taguig City.

Ang mga winners ay pinili mula sa 20 nominees na kumakatawan sa 17 regions ng TESDA sa buong bansa.

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