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TESDA Registered Programs

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Program registration in UTPRAS is the mandatory registration of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programs with TESDA.  It is the system that ensures compliance of Technical Vocational Institutions (TVIs) with the minimum requirements as prescribed under the promulgated training regulation to include among others curricular programs, faculty and staff qualifications, physical sites and facilities, tools, equipment, supplies and materials and similar requirements prior to the issuance of the government authority to offer or undertake technical vocational education programs.

A TVET institution has to comply with the requirements of registration prior to its offering of a program. Upon completion of all the requirements, an institution is issued a Certificate of Program Registration (CoPR) and the program is officially listed in the TESDA Compendium of Registered Programs. The program is subjected to a compliance audit and in some instances surveillance upon receipt of complaint by TESDA.

 

Automotive Servicing NC I

This course consists of competencies that a person must achieve to perform engine tune up for both diesel and gasoline-engine vehicles. It also covers the competency in testing, repairing and installing ignition and lighting system and performing underchassis preventive maintenance.

In-school Training: 3 months

Course Requirement: On-the-Job Training


BASIC COMPETENCIES:

•   Receive and respond to workplace communication

•   Work with others

•   Demonstrate work values

•   Practice basic housekeeping procedure

 

COMMON COMPETENCIES: 

•   Apply appropriate sealant / adhesive

•   Move and position vehicle

•   Performing mensuration and calculation

•   Read, interpret and apply specification and manuals

•   Use and apply lubricants / coolants

•   Perform shop maintenance

 

CORE COMPETENCIES:

•   Perform diesel engine tune up

•   Perform gas engine tune up

•   Service automotive battery

•   Service ignition system

•   Test and repair wiring  / lighting  system

•   Perform under chassis preventive maintenance

 

RAC Servicing NC I

This course consists of competencies that persons must achieve that will enable them to install, service, maintain, troubleshoot and repair air-conditioning and refrigeration units in domestic/residential environments.

In-school Training: 3 months

Course Requirement: On-the-Job Training


BASIC COMPETENCIES:

•    Participate in workplace communication

•    Work in a team environment

•    Practice career professionalism

•    Practice occupational health & safety procedures


COMMON COMPETENCIES:

•   Prepare materials and tools

•   Observe procedures, specifications & manuals of  instruction

•   Perform basic bench work

•   Perform mensurations & calculations

•   Perform basic electrical works

•   Maintain tools and equipment

•   Document work accomplished

•   Perform housekeeping and safety practices


CORE COMPETENCIES:

•   Install Window-type air-conditioning domestic refrigeration units

•   Service & maintain window-type air conditioning/domestic refrigeration units

•   Troubleshoot window-type air conditioning/domestic refrigeration system

•   Recover & recycle refrigerant in window-type air-conditioning / domestic refrigeration system

•   Repair & retrofit window-type air-conditioning/domestic refrigeration system & accessories

•   Perform testing & commissioning for window-type air-conditioning / domestic refrigeration system

 

Commercial Cooking NC II

This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of any kitchen staff on food preparation. It includes competencies such as clean kitchen areas, cook hot and cold meals, and prepare portion and plate meat or food to guests in hotel, motel, restaurants, clubs, canteens, resorts and luxury lines cruises.

In-school Training: 3 months

Course Requirement: On-the-Job Training


BASIC COMPETENCIES:

•    Participate in workplace  communication

•    Work in a team environment

•    Practice career professionalism

•    Practice occupational health & safety procedures


COMMON COMPETENCIES:

•   Prepare materials and tools

•   Observe procedures, specifications & manuals of  instruction

•   Perform basic bench work

•   Perform mensurations & calculations

•   Perform basic electrical works

•   Maintain tools and equipment

•   Document work accomplished

•   Perform housekeeping and safety practices


CORE COMPETENCIES:

•   Install Window-type air-conditioning domestic refrigeration units

•   Service & maintain window-type air conditioning/domestic refrigeration units

•   Troubleshoot window-type air conditioning/domestic refrigeration system

•   Recover & recycle refrigerant in window-type air-conditioning / domestic refrigeration system

•   Repair & retrofit window-type air-conditioning/domestic refrigeration system & accessories

•   Perform testing & commissioning for window-type air-conditioning / domestic refrigeration system


Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC I

 This course consists of competencies that a person must achieve to weld carbon steel plates components as specified by layout, blueprints, diagrams, work order, welding procedure or oral instructions using SMAW welding equipment.

In-school Training: 3 months

Course Requirement: On-the-Job Training


BASIC  COMPETENCIES:

•   Receive and respond to workplace communication

•   Work with others

•   Demonstrate work values

•   Practice basic housekeeping procedure


COMMON  COMPETENCIES:

•   Apply safety practices

•   Interpret drawing and sketches

•   Perform industry calculation

•   Contribute to quality system

•   Use handtools

•   Prepare weld materials

•   Set-up welding equipment

•   Fit-up materials

•   Repair Weld

 

CORE COMPETENCIES:

•   Perform fillet welding on carbon steel plate

•   Perform groove welding on carbon steel plate