Hiligaynon news:  Skills  assessment para sa OFW sa Middle East natalana

  • April 21, 2017
  • Atty. Ma. Janet Mesa

MANILA, Abril 21 (PIA6) – Ang  Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) natalana sa paghiwat sang onsite assessment  sa mga  overseas Filipino workers.

 Ang  Onsite Assessment Program (OAP) nagatuyo sa pagtan-aw sang mga  OFWs may kina-adman nga kinahanglan  sa ila nga mga trabaho.  

Ang TESDA naghambal sa Philippine News Agency  nga ang ila mga representante ang magahiwat sang onsite assessment halin April 26 tubtob  Mayo 7.

Upod sa  Philippine Overseas Labor Offices (POLO), ang  assessment paghiwaton sa Comsofil sa Riyadh; POLO, Dubai; ICSA, Kuwait City kag  Total Care International sa Jeddah.

Ang mga OFWs sarang makabisita sa  POLO sa mga nasambit nga lugar. Ang  Jeddah kag  Dubai nakasumitir na sa ng listahan sang mga kandidato nga i-assess suno sa kay  Mamondiong.

Sarang sila makakuha sang assessment sa mga masunod nga kalipikasyon:  Technical Drafting NC II; Visual Graphics Design NC II kag  Computer Systems Servicing NC II para sa Riyadh. Sa  Dubai, Technical Drafting NC II, Visual Graphics Design NC III, Massage Therapy NC II kag Caregiving NC II.

Ang masunod nga mga kalipikasyon ang nalakip sa  Kuwait: Technical Drafting NC II, Visual Graphics Design NC III kag  Computer Systems Servicing NC II. Samtang sa  Jeddah, ang assessment magalakip sang  Massage Therapy NC II kag  Caregiving NC II.

Si TESDA Director General Guiling Mamondiong  nagdagmit sa iya programa, nga ang ahensya sarang makabulig sa pagdala sang mga OFWs pagwa sa manubo nga ikasarang, kag suweldo kag  malupigon nga trabaho.  (MCA/PNA/jcm/pia6)

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