Programs and Services

Enterprised-Based Programs are training programs being implemented within companies / firms.

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

13
Oct
2014

JZGMSAT Hosts Regional Abilympics KAKAYAHAN 2014

Posted by mrwiseguy187

Thirty four (34) competitors from Cavite, Laguna, Batangas and Quezon competed in the Regional Abilympics held last Friday, October 20, 2014 at the Jacobo Z. Gonzales Memorial School of Arts and Trades (JZGMSAT) in Binan, Laguna.

Abilympics is a skills competition of Persons with Disabilities. There are nine (9) competition areas such as Cake Decoration, Cooking, Creating Web Pages, Desktop Publishing,
English Text Processing, Floral Arrangement, Painting and Photography.

On September 22, the skills training programs for residents affected  by the construction of Cavitex , will start.  The training programs are Electrical Installation and Maintenance and Dressmaking.  In partnership with Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA),  Provincial Training Center (PTC)  Rosario will conduct the trainings at Toclong, Kawit, Cavite as part of its outreach training program.  

20
Sep
2014

More Lady Drivers for JAM (Phil. Star, Sept. 16)

Posted by mrwiseguy187

JAM Liner announces the TESDA training given to seven female bus captains and the upgrading of skills of eight bus attendants.

The JAM Liner graduates were Amelia Coronel, Lea Laririt, Jane Limsipson, Ilyn Montalban, Karla Nina Ortiz, Rubie Pacardo, Bernadette Torres, Lowe Atienza, Christian Barbo, Armin Caraecle, Florencio de Castro,  John Lagsit, Efren Leparto, Rowel Lopina and Melacio Razon.

20
Sep
2014

JZGMSAT Holds Industry Forum

Posted by mrwiseguy187

Newly-promoted Administrator of JZGMSAT, Mr. Benny Reyes calls its Dual Training System (DTS) partner-companies to an industry forum on October 12 at  Technopark Hotel, Sta. Rosa City. .   The dialogue will highlight the review of the curricula of its various DTS programs specifically in the areas of  Food and Beverage, Automotive and Consumer Electronics Servicing.  According to Mr. Reyes, the training plans should be reviewed regularly to ensure that the students' competencies are at par with the current industry requirements.

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