ISANG araw bago ang itinakdang paghahain ng mga Certificates of Candidacy ng mga nagnanais na tumakbo sa mga pambansang posisyon gaya ng Pangulo, Pangalawang Pangulo, Senador at Kongresista nagkita-kita kami ng isang kaibigang nagnanais tulungan ang bayan na umangat sa pamamagitan ng kanyang propesyon, kasanayan at kakayahan kaya kailanagn aniya kumuha siya sa isang partido ng Certificate of Nomination and Acceptance.
Unang araw ng filing ay maagang nagtungo sa Sofitel Tent si Engr. Bertito Del Mundo Hashimoto upang maghain ng kanyang COC bilang Senador at ayon sa panayam sa kanya ng DZMJ ONLINE sakaling mahalal ay uunahin niya ang mga batas na may kaugnayan sa mga pag aaral na ginawa niya nuon gaya halimbawa ng tungkol sa Benham Rise, at Deuterium na mga pagkukunan ang enerhiya na tutulong magpa angat sa lipunan at magpa unlad sa kabuhayan ng mga mamamayan.
Si Ginoong Edmund Rubi naman ay tatakbo bilang Pangulo ng bansa, sa panayam ng DZMJ ONLINE binanggit niya ang mga gagawin niya sakaling magwagi at maluklok sa pinaka mataas na posisyon ng gobyerno. Ang karanasan niya sa larangan ng pananalapi na naibahagi niya sa dating U.S President Donald Trump kung saan natulungan niyang maitayo ang U.S-Mexico border wall ay maari din niyang magamit sa pagbigay solusyon sa mga problema ng bansa sa pondo.///Michael Balaguer, +639262261791, email@example.com at firstname.lastname@example.org
29 September 2021
TESDA warns public vs NCs sold online
Taguig City – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has warned the public regarding fake National Certificates (NC) which are being sold on social media sites.
TESDA Secretary Isidro Lapeña said that NCs are only issued by TESDA offices to qualified individuals who have passed the assessment. When issued, NCs are valid for five years.
“Ang tunay na NC po ay hindi for sale. Ang isang indibidwal na nakapasa lamang sa competency assessment ang entitled para magawaran ng NC,” Lapeña said.
The agency had received reports that there are Facebook groups that are offering NCs for different technical vocational courses for a certain amount of money. Fake NCs are also being submitted to employers for job requirements.
With this, Lapeña warned the public that employers can verify the authenticity of the NCs. He added that the agency is coordinating with the authorities to crackdown the illegal selling of NCs.
“We also urge the public to report to us if they know someone who sells NC, via our hotline, 8887-7777.” Lapeña said.
TESDA prioritizes the integrity of its certification system and complies with the Philippine TVET Competency Assessment and Certification System (PTCACS) in certifying middle-level workers to ensure their productivity, quality, and global competitiveness.
TESDA has a Registry of Certified Workers available online so one can check the pool of certified workers for certain occupations nationwide. It can be browsed on the TESDA Website.
Statement of TESDA Director General, Secretary Isidro Lapeña, on COA Report regarding the P160M spending on NTF-ELCAC-Related Projects
As soon as I was informed of this report from the Commission on Audit, I immediately directed our offices concerned to collate all the documents pertaining to this report in order for us to properly respond to the matter.
As far as I know, the P160 Million in question was spent for various scholarship and livelihood programs for former members of the communist terrorist groups who decided to return to the government’s fold, residents in various geographically isolated and disadvantaged communities including Indigenous Peoples in far-flung areas of the country. This fund in question was used in order for them to live a normal life again.
For the information of the public, TESDA chairs the Poverty Reduction, Livelihood, and Employment Cluster (PRLEC). That is the reason why TESDA is actively involved in the various programs of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC)
We also have existing protocols to ensure proper and lawful disbursement of funds and has submitted all the documents to COA to support our disbursements.
Nevertheless, we are currently coordinating with COA in order to resolve this issue.
We will release a detailed report on this matter as soon as possible