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TESDA safety retraining of PUV drivers set

14 Jan 2011
Tarra Quismundo

MANILA, Philippines—The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority will pilot on Monday its three-day safety retraining of public utility vehicle drivers, the agency chief said.

TESDA Director General Joel Villanueva said the initial batch of bus drivers from provinces plying routes through Metro Manila would undergo the trainin...


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Student snags high-paying job, thanks to TESDA

Marcelino “Marcy” Ballaran really wanted something better for his family when he decided to enroll in a short vocational course at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in Albay in 2006.

The eldest of eight child...


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TESDA gives salesman a second chance at new career

At the sound of a buzzer, 35-year-old Roger Sumalpong starts pressing rice into shape in his left palm, adding dabs of bright green wasabi paste and quickly placing slices of mackerel on top of the rice, completing one sushi after another.

 In l...


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Xijen continues to fulfill dreams of the youth in Mt. Province

At a time when people from the Mountain province region barely knew how to operate the computer, a school took a bold step to provide a low-cost but efficient basic computer education to the community, believing that acquiring computer skills and knowledge will open up opportunities for lucrative jobs, aside from farming, and hence, let the people improve their lives.


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Tesda to train bus, truck drivers following rash of road accidents

By Tarra Quismundo
05 JAN 2011

MANILA, Philippines—Following a string of road accidents over the holidays, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) has offered to provide technical training and safety reorientation to some 50,000 public utility vehicle drivers nationwide in the next two years.


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TESDA gives salesman a second chance at new career

30 Dec 2010

At the sound of a buzzer, 35-year-old Roger Sumalpong starts pressing rice into shape in his left palm, adding dabs of bright green wasabi paste and quickly placing slices of mackerel on top of the rice, completing one sushi after another.

In less than 15 minutes, he finishes a mouth-watering menu of sushi and sashimi to the amazement of his culinary students at...


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Salamat sa TESDA: “If there’s a will…there’s a way”—Johanna Angela Palmer

28 Dec 2010

TOTOO ang kasabihan na “If there’s a will, there’s a way.”  Determinasyon at positibong pananaw ang susi ng isang tagumpay.

Maituturing na isang espesyal na regalo sa kaniyang sarili ngayong Kapaskuhan ang makapagtapos sa isang vocational course mula sa  Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) na siyang magiging ...


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TESDA okays training regulations

By INA HERNANDO-MALIPOT

MANILA, Philippines – Because of the high demand for jobs in the fields of jewelry making, land surveying and barbering here and abroad, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has approved new training regulations for at least eight courses in these fields.

According to TESDA Director General Joel Villanueva, the TESDA Boar...


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More Pinoys taking up vocational courses

MANILA, Philippines - More Filipinos are taking up vocational courses to work as barbers and hairstylists abroad, according to the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.

TESDA Director General Joel Villanueva said many job opportunities are available for Filipino barbers and hairstylists in the United States, the Middle East and Brunei.

“As alternative to ot...


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Cutting hair is ‘in’–Tesda

By Tarra Quismundo
Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines—For those raring to earn dollars, cutting hair and making jewelry are now the new “in” jobs to pursue.

Barbering, jewelry making and land surveying have replaced nursing and caregiving as top jobs in de...


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