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TESDA to conduct assessment on OFWs
Carlito C. Dar / PIA
Business, 4-13-2014


The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority is inviting Overseas Filipino Workers, industry workers, and instructors to the National Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Competency Assessment and Certification (NATCAC) set on May 12 to 16.

Tesda’s NATCAC is a free synchronized conduct of competency assessment and certification. It aims to expand a client’s access to assessment and certification, and strengthen the scale and popularity of the Tesda assessment and certification program through advocacy.

Tesda Information Officer Anthony Oria said interested individuals may visit the Tesda regional office along Loakan Road or its provincial offices in the region.

In 2013, Oria said 2,814 availed of NATCAC regionwide and 2,678 were successfully certified. They were TVET graduates in agri-fishery and processed foods, automotive, construction, garments, health, social and other services; information and communication technology, land transport, metals and engineering, and tourism.

Oria said aside from strengthening TVET courses and curriculum, Tesda is set to bring-in higher levels of education to its agenda such as level 3 (NC III), Level 4 (NC IV) and diploma courses which lasts for three years, in line with the implementation of the K to 12 program and in pushing for the competitiveness of the Filipino workforce for the ASEAN Economic Community.

Oria said Tesda’s National Certification NC 1 is for apprentices while NCII is for skilled workers.

NCIII are for those in the supervisory level and NC IV for those in the managerial level.



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