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Mandatory registration of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programs with TESDA.

12 years after conception, PTC Taytay is now a reality.

TESDA Order No.42 dated February 6,2017 formally establishes PTC Taytay as a center of excellence for Dressmaking.  Taytay is known as the Garments Capital of the country.

Last March 3, 2017, RPTESDC - TAYTAY was launched and blessed led by Rizal Cong. Jack Duavit, Taytay Mayor Joric Gacula and DDG Rosanna Urdaneta.  It is housed in the TESDA Rizal Provincial Office at Club Manila East, Taytay, Rizal. The lot was donated by Engr. Julio Cruz and the building was constructed thru the efforts of Cong. Jack Duavit.   

08
Mar
2017

4A TESDA Reps Attend Calibration

Posted by mrwiseguy187

WINGS- CAC, TESDA 4A's quality circle for competency assessment and certification headed by TESDA-Laguna PD Al Arriola required all 4A TESDA Reps to attend the calibration last January 30, 2017.  Going through several workshops, the TESDA Reps were reviewed on their roles and responsibilities before, during and after the assessment.  Pre and post tests were administered to determine their level of knowledge on their important participation in the competency assessment activity.

WINGS-TTIs, TESDA 4A's quality improvement circle for tesda training institutions led the curriculum review of 7 generic qualifications offered in 4A on March 2-3, 2017.  Newly elected WINGS-TTI Shepherd, Zoraida Amper of Bondoc Peninsula Technical Institute (BPTI)  in San Narciso, Quezon reported that the 7 curricula reviewed by the trainers are: Automotive Servicing NC I and II, RAC Servicing NC I and  II, SMAW NC I and II, Dressmaking NCII, EIM NCII,  EPAS NCII, and Mechatronics NCII.

As a requirement for renewal of assessor's accreditation, TESDA 4A assessors attended a series of competency assessment moderation sessions  from February 1-7, 2017 at Tandang Sora Hall, TESDA Women's Center, Taguig City.  Unlike last year's moderation where the assessors were given refresher course on competency assessment procedures, code of ethics and assessor's work values, this year's session focused on issues regarding the varying interpretation of assessment tools.

As a requirement for renewal of assessor's accreditation, TESDA 4A assessors attended a series of competency assessment moderation sessions  from February 1-7, 2017 at Tandang Sora Hall, TESDA Women's Center, Taguig City.  Unlike last year's moderation where the assessors were given refresher course on competency assessment procedures, code of ethics and assessor's work values, this year's session focused on issues regarding the varying interpretation of assessment tools.

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