The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has announced the promulgation of 20 new training regulation sets in Automotive, Construction, Information Technology or Tourism. These regulations will make it easier for students who are interested on taking up these fields to do so while also providing them with employment opportunities upon completing their programs which is important especially during this time where there isn’t enough jobs out right now due some Filipinos choosing other career options instead like medicine since those professions offer higher paychecks but less hours per week
The National Electrification Administration (NEA) and the Manila Electric Company (Meralco), in coordination with other electric cooperatives across Philippines have formulated two new Technical Regulatory Measures. These will be effective from July 1st 2017, teaching workers how to operate power distribution networks safely while maintaining high standards for quality workmanship throughout all stages of training programs as well as upon graduation on completion thereof:
Electric Power Distribution Operation & Maintenance NC lll
And Management pertaining specifically towards Electric Power Supervisors – Level I VI
Included among the amended TRs are some new additions:
Under Automotive and Land Transportation sector: Automotive Servicing NC l; Construction, Masonry NC lll , Pipefitting (Metallic)NCllI Tile Setting -Carpentry ang Carp
Information and Communication Technology (ICT): Animation NC ll, 2D Animation NC lll, 3D Animation NC lll, Visual Graphic Design NC lll, and Web Development NC lll;
Tourism: Food and Beverage Services NC lll and NC lV; and,
Technical Vocational Training and Education (TVET) Trainers Methodology Level 1 (In-Company Trainer).
—In response to the growing concerns of employers, TRs have been developed as an objective way for them to assess a candidate’s qualifications and competencies. These standards also aim at strengthening industry-academic linkages in order address any potential skill mismatches that may arise due some current job openings being more specialized compared with others which require less specialized skills or knowledge bases needed by companies today; this would promote greater productivity while simultaneously improving profitability through reduction on training costs associated with new hires taking up jobs outside their field after receiving basic orientation but before becoming fully productive members within groups where they’re
—The TRs have been updated to incorporate 21st Century Skills, such as Learning and Innovation. This means that TESDA now requires all qualifications or courses be taught with current knowledge in mind!
As of December 2018, 101 assessment fees for TRs have been updated and promulgated. More new or amended TRAINING REGULATIONS (TR) are being reviewed with the current ones set to expire in January 2020
To ensure full utilization of these newly amended TRAINING REGULATURES Secretary Lapeña has instructed TESDA Regional Directors to entice registration/re-registration programs applicable within their regions including those which will incur additional costs on trainees due implementation phase 2 servings all SKUs/Goods & Services provided by Training Provider(TP).