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OSYs train on car servicing
by PIA–Kalinga

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – Twenty-five out-of-school youths have started undergoing a 66-day training on automotive servicing at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Training Center last Jan. 29.

Artemio Jose Jr. of the Tesda Provincial Training Center said the training is provided for free to OSYs, high school graduates, and college students under the Training for Work Scholarship (TWSP), Private Education Student Financial Assistance (PESFA), and Special Training for Employment Program (STEP).

Tesda-Kalinga, the Provincial Training Center, and the Office of Rep. Allen Jesse Mangaoang recently graduated 82 beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from various training programs under STEP, which is a community-based specialty training program that addresses the specific skills needs of the communities and promote employment, particularly through entrepreneurial, self-employment, and service-oriented activities.

Other Tesda programs under the leadership of Director-General Guiling Mamondiong are nationwide skills mapping, renovation of training institutions, installation of tendering system, and building of national inspectorate group.

Tesda, one of the implementing partners of Human Rights Victims Claimants Board, meanwhile, will not be giving out financial assistance to human rights victims. Instead, it will provide training interventions that would help them and their families improve their chances of getting jobs through wage or self-employment.


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