NCDA, TESDA Sign Agreement for Skills Training for PWDs

March 24, 2017

Director Carmen R. Zubiaga of NCDA (right) and Director-General Guiling Mamondiong of TESDA present the signed agreement providing free skills training for persons with disabilities
Director Carmen R. Zubiaga of NCDA (right) and Director-General Guiling Mamondiong of TESDA present the signed agreement providing free skills training for persons with disabilities

The National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) partners to give free skills training for persons with disabilities nationwide. Under the “Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP),” TESDA will provide skills training so that the persons with disabilities could receive the National Certificate which is necessary for job application here and abroad.

The TWSP project is also in line with TESDA’s Two-Pronged Strategy on Poverty Reduction which aims to provide interventions through skills development by providing access to training to qualified persons with disability for self or wage employment to uplift their socio-economic status.
Likewise, the Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions promised to help the project in providing skills for PWDs. ###

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2 Responses to “NCDA, TESDA Sign Agreement for Skills Training for PWDs”

  1. Jonathan Miano Jr on June 15th, 2017 4:56 pm

    How to avail the TESDA Certification po…?

    I am very much interested to have a CSS/NC2 Certification as it is my passion.

    Thank you.

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  2. Princess April Dimalanta on February 23rd, 2018 6:55 pm

    Nag registet po ako online kaso ang bagal po ng video module hindi ko pa po maintindihsn kung paano po gamitin yung website ng tesda onlie sana po mag karoon ng assistance or instraction kung paano po mag kapag aral or online instructions para sa firstimer na mag online study po thanks po sana mabasa po ito salamat po

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