|Qualification||Date Start||Date End|
|Barista NC II||2023 November 06||2023 December 13|
|Cookery NC II||2023 October 09||2023 December 11|
|Dressmaking NC II||2023 October 23||2023 December 11|
|Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing NC II||2023 October 30||2023 December 12|
|Plumbing NC II||2023 November 16||2023 December 21|
|Virtual Assistant Services Level II||2023 November 15||2023 December 04|
The TESDA Women's Center (TWC) subjected its institution to the evaluation and validation of the Asia Pacific Accreditation and Certification Commission (APACC) through an on-site visit this week, from October 4-6, 2023.
This is TWC's 5th cycle of the accreditation process which was previously held in 2008, 2012, 2015, and 2018.
The Center was evaluated in the following seven (7) criteria: Governance and Management, Teaching and Learning, Human Resources, Research and Development, Image and Sustainability, Other Resources, and Support to Students.
The APACC validation was spearheaded by the Lead Accreditor Pn. Noor Aidi Nadzri from Malaysia and Member Accreditor Engr. Dr. Mian Khuram Ahsan from Pakistan.
They were also joined by Azam Khalid, Colombo Plan Staff College (CPSC) Observer, Paulo Anthony Mendoza, CPSC Acting Officer, and Lawrence Emil Gonzales, CPSC Observer and Assistant Documentation Officer.
A Message of Gratitude was delivered by DDG Vidal Villanueva III, Deputy Director General for Special Concerns, during the Exit Meeting and Closing Program at the Tandang Sora Hall, TWC.
An APACC accreditation brings benefits which include the international recognition of accredited institutions quality, workforce employability, employer confidence, and most importantly, more scholarship and training opportunities for women and other members of the marginalized sector.
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Through the years, TESDA has reached millions of our kababayans by providing inclusive and free technical vocational education and training (TVET) nationwide through various training modalities.
The new TESDA slogan and logo demonstrate the Agency's stronger advocacy to give our kababayans even better access to quality-assured and globally competitive tech-voc, and communicate to the public TESDA's aspiration to provide public service with a heart aligned with the administration's brand of governance and leadership ‘Bagong Pilipinas’.
Sa TESDA, Lingap Ay Maaasahan.
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