Tesda calls CL folks for training for work program

Tesda calls CL folks for training for work program

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) in Central Luzon is urging residents in the region to avail of the Training For Work Scholarship Program or TWSP.

The program aims to support rapid, inclusive and sustained economic growth through course offerings in priority industries and key employment generators, via scholarship and training programs for employment and livelihood opportunities that are in-demand.

Qualified under the TWSP are underemployed or unemployed citizens who are at least 18 years old by the end of the training.

Tesda also offers the Tulong Trabaho Scholarship Program (TTSP) scholarship program which aims to provide more innovative approaches to technical-vocational education and training linked to the requirements of industries to primarily address unemployment and job-skill mismatch through delivery of selected training programs to qualified recipients.

Workers at least 15 years old are included in the list of qualified recipients to be approved by Tesda under the TTSP.

Individuals in Central Luzon may likewise avail of Tesda's Private Education Student Financial Assistance or PESFA, which provides financial assistance to marginalized but deserving students in postsecondary non-degree courses.

Qualified under PESFA are learners from poor households enrolling in private technical-vocational institutions. An applicant should be at least 15 years old, high school graduate or completer, and with an annual family income of less than P300,000.


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