TESDA KIDS FACES THE WORLD
The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has geared Filipino youth for the South East Asian Nations Skills competitions in Singapore and the World Skills in Russia.
First leg was the TESDA Skills competitions themed, “TVET Skills: A Challenge to The World” which opened February 27. The Manila District skill competitions awarding was held March 19 at the Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts (MIHCA), Manila.
Proclaimed winners were Jemuel Lumbera, Jelwin Blasi, Poala Javier, Lalaine Aperocho, Erickson Buenaflor, John Cydrex Vitug and Ralph Andrei Narvaez.
The annual competitions were among tech-voc graduates and trainees of TESDA’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) program in Automobile Technology; Electrical Installation; Electronics; Graphic Design Technology;
IT Network Systems Administration; IT Software Solution for Business; Mechanical Engineering Design-CAD; Mechatronics; Welding; Refrigeration and Air conditioning; Web Design;
Beauty Therapy; Fashion Technology; Hair Dressing; Cooking, and Restaurant Servicing.
TESDA Regional Director Conrado Bares, Manila Director Cecilia Amaro and Association of Technical Schools of Manila (ATSMI) Pres. Glenn Mark Blasquez were at the ceremonies.