January 25, 2024

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has partnered with a media organization that will help further strengthen the agency’s promotion and advocacy programs.

Last January 19, TESDA Secretary Suharto Mangudadatu and Philippine Media Network Service Cooperative (PMNSC) Chairman Gerardo Zamudio, Jr. together signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) at the TESDA Board Room in Taguig City.

The MOA establishes a partnership between the two organizations to promote TESDA programs and services through the conduct of regular media forums.

“I would like to extend my heartfelt appreciation to PMNSC for sharing their mission and providing a platform that will lead us to open dialogue and discussions on opportunities that TESDA is giving to the Filipino people,” the TESDA Secretary said in his message.

The Secretary also emphasized the importance of providing the public with accurate and timely information about TESDA.

“We honor this commitment and are looking forward to sharing our endeavors for the future of our Filipino people,” added the Secretary.

Meanwhile, Zamudio expressed their commitment to help TESDA fulfill its mandate of upskilling and reskilling the Filipino workforce.

“We believe that this collaboration will [bring] timely and accurate information about the existing programs and projects of TESDA which will contribute to the cooperative's development in our country,” he said.

The PMNSC is a cooperative-run media and public relations organization composed of key practitioners and experts in the field of social media and out-of-home marketing and publicity.

The organization delivers significant support to the efforts of the cooperative sector, national government, and various prospective stakeholders for inclusive development, national peace and security, and public support.

Also present during the MOA signing were TESDA Deputy Directors General Aniceto Bertiz III and Vidal Villanueva III, PMNSC General Manager Ronaldo Ramos, members of the PMNSC Board of Directors Butch Quejada and Noche Cacas, and other TESDA officials.

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