248 Candidates Apply For Competency Assessment In Capiz
TVET is the acronym for Technical-Vocational Education and Training.
“One of the synchronized assessment’s primary aim is to increase the number of certified Filipino workers and TVET graduates so they can be qualified for good jobs,” said Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Provincial Director Victor Gallego during the opening ceremony of the week-long activity.
He added that more batches of NATCAC will be conducted within the year in TESDA schools and training centers nationwide.
Two hundred forty eight NATCAC candidates from various qualifications were presented to Gallego, invited visitors and trained assessors during the ceremony.
The candidates are for the National Certificate Level II (NC II) qualification for automotive servicing, computer hardware servicing, housekeeping, food and beverage service, and shielded metal arc wielding.
For her part, DVTS administrator Rosa F. Frac said that the activity will upgrade the job qualifications of the NATCAC passers.
Successful candidates who will be able to hurdle all the required competencies will be given NC or Certificate of Competency (COC)during the closing ceremony at DVTS on April 1.
A certificate issuance desk has been established by TESDA – Capiz to facilitate the printing and releasing of the NC or COC on the last day of the assessment week.
TESDA will also announce and publish in newspapers the list of NATCAC passers. (JSC/AAL-PIA 6 Capiz)