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Region III dominates national skills competition anew
by eTESDA PMU - Monday, 4 July 2016, 12:16 PM
Region III (Central Luzon) was declared the overall champion anew at the recently-concluded Philippine National Skills Competition (PNSC) after getting the most number of gold medals in various trade areas.

The PNSC is the highest level of skills competition in the country organized by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

The region’s technical vocational (tech-voc) graduates and trainees bagged four gold, one high silver and three silver medals, dominating the other regions that participated in the competition.

Region III, which also topped the PNSC in 2014 and 2012, was followed by the National Capital Region, Region V (Bicol) and Region X (Northern Mindanao) in the medals tally.
A total of 86 competitors vied for medals and recognition in 12 different skills competition areas from June 20 to 24.

The top 2 finishers, who garnered the ICS score of 500, earned the opportunity to compete and represent the Philippines at the ASEAN Skills Competition (ASC) in Malaysia in September this year.

TESDA Director General Irene Isaac thanked the competitors, coaches, experts and partners who took part in the competition, and expressed high hopes for a good outcome in the international event.

“We are proud of all your hard work to get this far. Stay the course and continue bringing out your best in the next level of the competition,” she said.

“Your country is cheering behind you,” Isaac added.

Isaac earlier said that the target for Team Pilipinas was to secure at least 12 gold medals in the different trade areas at the ASEAN Skills Competition.

Isaac together with Senator Joel Villanueva, former TESDA Director General; Deputy Director General for TESD Operations Teodoro Pascua and Deputy Director General for Policies and Planning Rosanna Urdaneta presented the award to the 29 teams that emerged as winners of the competition.

The competition winners are as follows:

Electrical Installation

Gold - Carlo Saldivar (Region V)
Silver - Orlie Barioga (Region X)
Bronze - Joven Segovia (Region IX)


Gold - Jordan Gamboa (Region IV-A)
Silver - John Harris Soriano (Region III)

Graphic Design

Gold - Shane Gabriel Macapagal (Region III)
Silver - Karen Fabella (Region II)
Bronze - Ben Jem Ventura (CAR)

Industrial Automation

Gold - Arianne Liwag (NCR)
Dan Kervin Del Mundo (NCR)

IT Network Cabling

Gold - Danjho Orbita (Region V)
Silver - Kim Mendoza (NCR)

IT Network Systems Administration

Gold - Tristan Joseph Amargo (NCR)
Higher Silver - Jervy Laus (Region III)
Silver - Renz II M. Guilas (Region IV-A)
IT Software Solution for Business

Gold - Joven Hayagan (Region V)
Higher Silver - Allen Jay Desamparado (Region VIII)
Silver - Sunshine Manalac (Region III)

Mechanical Engineering Design CAD

Gold - Mark Anthony Guiao (Region III)
Silver - Ivan Aguilar (NCR)
Bronze - Jeric Tablac (Region II)


Gold - Gelmar Coniendo (Region X)
Junnel Cagampang (Region X)

Silver - Ysa Llana Miranda (NCR)
Gio Enrick Garcia (NCR)


Gold - Arbethnel Ilagan (Region III)
Silver - John Louie Pioquinto (Region IX)
Bronze - Mark Kevin Pua (Region II)

Web Design

Gold - Jelanie Dimacaling (CAR)
Silver - Jonathan Pascual (Region III)


Gold - Rommel Florita (Region III)
Silver - Jeffrey Galanida (CARAGA). END
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TVET Summit scales up academe-industry partnership
by eTESDA PMU - Thursday, 30 June 2016, 12:42 PM
Believing that institution partners can play a key role in closing the gap between the needs of industries and the skills of graduates, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority-National Capital Region (TESDA-NCR) gathered together school heads and business leaders to discuss how best to scale up the work readiness of technical vocational graduates through industry-academe linkage.

The TESDA-NCR TVET (Technical Vocational Education and Training) Summit 2016 focused its discussions on the challenges for the 21st century skills; K to 12 program and its implications to the TVET sector and the presentation of developed curricula for diploma programs in information technology and tourism.

“With a rapidly changing economy comes the imperative to equip tech-voc graduates with higher learning and advanced skills needed in the work environment,” TESDA Director General Irene Isaac said.

The summit gathered on June 28 in Ortigas, Quezon City around 300 people composed of officers and school owners of institutions offering TVET, partner industries that put premium to their workers who are TVET graduates or TESDA Certified, and other partner government and non- government agencies who have been strategic partners of TESDA NCR.

With the thrust, “Accelerating Work Readiness of TVET Graduates Through Industry Linkages,” the participants echoed the common interest in making TVET a viable career option for every Filipino.

They drew up strategic practices and recommendations for planning, development and implementation in their respective tech-voc institutions on how best to strengthen and promote TVET in the country.

Isaac underscored the need for continuous collaboration with tech-voc institutions and industries to get their involvement in curriculum development and quality assurance.

“The tech-voc institutions should know the needs of industries for skills requirements to ensure that our graduates are relevant,” she said.

“TVET has hurdled the stigma of being considered a second-class in the country and has been proven to be a key driver for competitiveness globally. We need to sustain this through our collaboration,” Isaac added.

Senator-elect Joel Villanueva, former TESDA Director General, who graced the occasion as the guest of honor, said the big growth strides that TESDA has made in providing technical vocational education and training and leading graduates to the path of work happened because the private sector, specifically tech-voc institutions and businesses, provided a helping hand.

"The collaboration between TESDA and the private sector helped fill the skills gaps and job requirements of priority industries and sectors and improved the reach of quality tech-voc training to the grassroots," he said.

It also encouraged tech-voc institutions to offer programs in higher qualifications catering to in-demand industry requirements, he added.

"Our vision is to train people, lead them to employment, raise their incomes and eventually make them part of a strong middle class," Villanueva said.END

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