- SP added vaping to no-smoking ordinance of Nueva Vizcaya
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- Road safety summit proposed
- NV to receive P2.3M tobacco tax share
- Multi-purpose building to rise in Solano school
- Provincial Administrator’s Office declares winners of “Throwback” photo contest
- PIHO conducts TB caravan
- TESDA-NV conducts a 2-day enrollment and jobs bridging
- Province gets 1.5B budget for 2018
- Former senator Lina speaks during federalism workshop
- RDO Balangatan informs Nueva Vizcaya about the new taxation status
- Vice Governor Galima on Federalism “let us arouse the consciousness of the people”
- “No to Regional State” Governor Padilla said
- Novo Vizcayanos to block Oceana’s renewal
- PLGU awards 100k each to 2 NV centenarians
- 2019 Provincial Plan for Children nears completion
- Provincial Tourism Council (PTC) 1st quarterly meeting for 2018
TESDA-NV conducts a 2-day enrollment and jobs bridging
A total of 539 applicants were enrolled in the National TVET Enrollment and Job Bridging program conducted by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Nueva Vizcaya Provincial Office during their 2-day activity at People’s stage, Provincial Capitol last February 27-28.
According to Eva T. Doniego, Supervising TESD Specialist, the program was participated in by 21 TESDA accredited institutions in the province and 2 companies that offered jobs to TESDA passers. The companies were DELTA Earth Moving, Inc. and Saint Rosalia Recruitment Agency that were able to hired 37 applicants on the spot. Oceana Gold Company also participated in the activity and accepted apprentice.
The joint employment and enrollment was a first-time activity of TESDA nationwide in partnership with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Public Employment Service Office (PESO).
During the program, TESDA-NV Provincial Director Genaro Ronald Ibay expressed his gratitude to Governor Carlos M. Padilla and even made his own definition of the initials of Governor Padilla which is CMP. According to him “C” stand for coach, “M” for mentor and “P” for partner.
Ibay also reported that TESDA-Nueva Vizcaya received additional funds for the Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) and Special Training for Scholarship Program (STEP) from the central office.
“You can avail of this programs by enrolling at TESDA, kung dati 1 time availment lng ang scholarship, sa ngayon eh multiple availment na. You can get 1 scholarship and then if you finish it, you can again avail for another one. And I want you to remember this numbers (0917-308-7865) that is our office phone numbers. You can contact us on that numbers if you have any complaint or inquiries about TESDA and our program,” Ibay explained.
Also present during the program was Board Member Roland Carub which according to him was a TESDA scholar too. “I am a proud TESDA scholar too, I am an Alumnus of KNAS (now Nueva Vizcaya Polytechnic Institute) and PLT College, I took my Trainers Methodology Certificate level I (TMC) at KNAS and Tour Guiding NCII at PLT College,” he said.
Carub also dared the bashers of TESDA, “wag nyo maliitin ang TESDA dahil karamihan sa mga world class workers ay produkto ng TESDA,” he added. #mccd