The Online Application and Enrolment Program of TWC was developed to limit face-to-face transactions and to avoid physical contacts when applying to ensure the safety of both the TWC personnel and visiting applicants in this time of COVID-19 pandemic.
The online program follows the same process of application where the applicant is required to fill-out the learner’s profile and will proceed to the online written interview. Once the applicant is done with the latter, he/she will have to take the qualifying exam which is time limited. If the applicant did not pass the exam he/she can still retake the exam until qualified. In addition, the applicants will also need to upload a softcopy of their requirements as part of the initial verification and will have to handover a hardcopy to the registrar once they started their training at TWC.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but the Online Application and Enrollment is currently under maintenance.
"TESDA Abot Lahat" proclaims the spirit and intent of the policy direction of the agency for CY 2019. It means that TESDA is determined to expand and strengthen its mandate, programs and services. It will reach out and serve new and more clients and partners with a clear purpose... to transform and improve the lives of the poor and undeserved citizens on this country for the better.
The new TESDA Women's Center Audio-Visual Presentation (AVP) demonstrates the heart and vision of TWC.
While watching the AVP, we hope that you will be inspired by the commitment of TWC to be the lead Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Institution of Excellence in empowering Filipino women.
TWC earnestly advocates for gender equality and social inclusion in TVET by ensuring the equal participation of women, men, and different profiles and sectors in society through skills training and other opportunities for wage or self-employment.
With guidance from the TWC management, the AVP is produced by the TWC - Research, Advocacy, Systems, and Gender and Development Unit (RAGADU).
The TESDA Women’s Center has been featured in the list of Promising and Innovative Practices in TVET by the UNESCO-UNEVOC, a designated international center for technical and vocational education and training (TVET) which supports and strengthens UNESCO’s Member States in their efforts to strengthen and upgrade their TVET systems.
The full Project Summary can be read and downloaded from their website. UNESCO UNEVOC