MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, January 9 (PIA) – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Camiguin provincial office bested other regions in the turnout of Barangay Skills Needs Survey (BSNS).
It was able to accomplish 100 percent retrieval rate in its BSNS and results bared the most preferred programs as cookery, shielded metal arc welding, driving, dressmaking, housekeeping, electrical installation and maintenance, automotive servicing, electronic products assembly servicing, food processing and bread and pastry production.
TESDA Provincial Director John D. Simborios credits the success on the support and cooperation of the local government units (LGUs).
BSNS is one of TESDAs strategy to reach out to the grassroots and be able to provide skills training assistance apt to the community’s needs.
The program is part of the agenda of the Duterte administration in promoting rural and value chain development as well as in investing on human capital through TESDA’s two-pronged strategy in poverty reduction, Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for Global Competitiveness and TVET for Social Equity.
TESDA said the said training can be availed in three different modes: (1) Barangay listing of Prospective Scholars, (2) On-line Scholarship Application through www.tesda.gov.ph and (3) Walk-in Application. (Elwin Artemio O. Barquez, Jr./TESDA Camiguin/PIA-10)