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TESDA opens training on 3D arts, animation
by Maria Aprila Cruz

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority is inviting individuals who are interested to undergo training on animation to visit the Cordillera School of Digital Arts located at Suite 300 GP Arcade Building, Mabini Street, Baguio City.

TESDA regional director Yolanda Olano in a radio interview said the training on animation is under the umbrella of the Business Process Association of the Philippines, in partnership with TESDA,  as part of Pres. Benigno Aquino III’s stimulus package for pre-employment training and re-tooling of incoming workers in the IT-BPO sector.

Animation, Olano said, is currently a critical sector because of the high demand for it.

Olano encourages those who would like to upgrade their skills or to acquire other highly employable skills to visit the TESDA Regional Training Center or any of the provincial training centers, as well as their other technical vocational institutions such as the Baguio City School of Arts and Trades for other scholarship trainings that they could avail.

Olano always reminds  the teachers and trainors to emphasize work ethics because  while   TESDA can always give the appropriate trainings,  attitude towards work will always depend on the student or trainees.

Technical-vocational education and skills development is now an option many people take. Aside from the higher opportunity of getting a promising employment, it can also pave a way for a much better financial opportunity, Olana added.




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