February 26, 2024

The Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) donated a Mirage G4 training vehicle to the Tublay School of Home Industries (TSHI) at Acop, Caponga.
A memorandum of understanding between the MMPC represented by its Senior Vice President, Masayoshi Miyatake and the TSHI represented by School Principal, Herminia M. Osting, was also signed “for the implementation of the program known as the School-Industry Tie-up Program for Automotive Technology,” aside from the signing of the deed of donation for vehicle turnover.
The vehicle was delivered to the TSHI on Jan. 28
The School-Industry Tie-up Program was conceptualized and is designed to improve industrial education geared towards improving the quality of industrial school students and graduates, for them to establish contacts with the industrial companies for employment prospects and to enable them to work in a real-life situation to boost their confidence.
Among the conditions imposed by MMPC on THSI was for the school not to use the training vehicle for any personal or private interest other than training purposes under the School-Industry Tie-up Program for Automotive Technology and not to bring the vehicle outside its training facility or campus.
The THSI must also ensure that the training vehicle is clean and in good running condition at all times.
TSHI was established in 1971. The school was enlisted into the Strengthened Technical-Vocational Education Program of the Department of Education, which expanded the courses offered prior to the enactment of the K to 12.
THIS now offers technical-vocational courses under the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority and two tertiary courses in partnership with the Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University in San Fernando City, La Union. – Press release