Upang masukat ang talino at talendo o kapasidad ng mga istudyante ng technical at vocational, magsasagawa ang apat na araw na assessment at certification ang Technical Education Skills and Development Authority (TESDA).
Ayon kay TESDA Director General Joel Villanueva, may 60,000 skilled workers, trainers at Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) students at graduates ang isasailalim sa kauna-unahang National TVET Competency Assessment and Certification (NATCAC).
“It will be a week- long activity, wherein assessment and certification will be offered for free at the regional and provincial levels funded by the Training for Work Scholarship Program of TESDA,” pahayag ni Villanueva.
“Likewise, we want to strengthen the scale and popularity of the assessment program and undertake an advocacy to raise people’s awareness about it,” dugtong ni Villanueva. Mac Cabreros
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