Duterte signs law providing free technical-vocational education
MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a law that seeks to provide free access to technical-vocational education to qualified recipients, as the government aims to address the problem of job-skills mismatch...
I came from a very poor family so I struggled financially I really wanted to become a nurse but my parents can’t support me so I have decided to enroll in KIT that changed my mindset about the world that Tech-Voc graduates has lesser opportunities in finding good careers but I was wrong...
The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), through its regional offices, has rolled out activities under the project called Rural Employment for Social Equity in support of President Rodrigo Duterte’s advocacy in reintegrating rebel returnees, drug surrenderers, Indigenous Peoples (IPs), and other special clients back to the society by provi...
TESDA intensifies support and skills training for former rebels
Welcome to the TESDA Zamboanga Sibugay Website!
The development and customization of this website is one of the major steps being undertaken by TESDA Zamboanga Sibugay Provincial Office to provide timely information deemed crucial to bring TESDA’s services closer to the Filipinos in the Province of Zamboanga Sibugay.
Under the leadership of Secretary Isidro S. Lapeña providing quality skills training, jobs and profitable income sources is the solution to many problems in society, not war or unrest, which is why every Filipino should be given the best chances to improve their lives, specially the least fortunate.
TVET for Global Competitiveness is being pursued by setting of standards that exceeds, if not at par with the ones set internationally, continuous adaptation of the most recent technologies and innovation, conform with the demands of the industries as well as actively strengthen public-private partnerships.
TVET for Social Equity is being promoted through the identification and supplying of the specific skills needs of each and every 42,000 Barangays, ensure a more holistic, flexible, product and service oriented and community-driven approach to training delivery and tirelessly engage into consultations and collaboration at the grassroots levels and with other government agencies.
Groundwork is already being prepared to assure that TVET in the country becomes a driving force for change and upliftment of the lives of the Filipino people that contributes to the socio-economic development of our nation as a whole.
We wish you all the best and we hope we can effectively assist you in quest for quality technical vocational education and training.
April 02, 2019- Municipality of Talusan, Zamboanga Sibugay Province.
TESDA-Zamboanga Sibugay Provincial Office led by Officer-in-Charge, Marilou B. Olayan released the checks for training allowance of Barangay Kabuhayan Skills Training Program (BKSTP) beneficiaries who have completed their training in the different qualifications: Sugar Concentration leading to Food Processing NC II, Salting and Curing leading to Food Processing NC II, Cake Making leading to Bread and Past..