TESDA Tarlac Meets with Tarlac TVI Administrators and Registrars
TARLAC CITY, Tarlac – To ensure that the 2017 accomplishment targets are delivered on time, TESDA Tarlac
Provincial Director Ben- Hur B. Baniqued met with Tarlac Technical Vocational Institution (TVI) Administrators and Registrars on July 7, 2017 at Max’s Restaurant, SM Tarlac.
After the program preliminaries, PD Baniqued presided over the review of accomplishment reports from Tarlac TVIs and reiterated the religious submission of reports for the timely update of performance.
The PD also enjoined the attendees to commit to whatever intervention that will be agreed upon to ensure that targets are achieved on time.
He also encouraged the administrators to start upgrading their program offerings to National Certificate (NC 3) or higher certification level to align the TVIs along the K-12 framework.
The issue of difficulties encountered in the use of the T2MIS was raised by Dr. Chito De Jesus together with his request for TVI Associations to come up with a resolution to formally complain on the matter.
Mr. Jun Jose, HEATS Welding School representative, requested that TESDA Tarlac send each TVI a copy of the T2MIS complaint form, which PD Baniqued promptly ordered done.
PD Baniqued further revealed that the Provincial Training Center – Tarlac will revive its Training Methodology program to address the scarcity of TVET trainers in Tarlac.
Technical Education and Skills Development Specialist II Neila S. Alibuyog next oriented those present on the reportorial requirement of registrars.
As for the fast approaching 2017 Provincial Skills Competition, the TESDA Tarlac PD reminded the group to glean their stables and send the best competitor and expert to represent their schools to ensure that whoever gets to represent Tarlac will have a fighting chance to reach the ASEAN Skills Competition in Thailand next year.
AAHP School Administrator Lourdes Garcia concluded the meeting with a reading of schedules to finalize the test packages and program for the 2017 Tarlac Provincial Skills Competition.