Registered Program with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority under Unified TVET Program Registration and Accreditation System (UTPRAS)


The TESDA program in DMCCFI is an approach to vocational education and training emphasizing what a person can accomplish in the workplace as a result of completing a program of training. The training is based on curriculum development from the competency standards specified by the industry and the learning is modular in its structure wherein the trainee is allowed to progress at his/her own pace. It allows for multiple entry and exit in the system. It also recognizes both on-and off-the-job delivery modes. After successfully completing the program, the trainee is required to undergo competency assessment and acquire National Certification.

Each training program consists of competencies which a person needs to achieve based on the given qualification in his chosen field of occupation. It describes the core, common, and basic competencies required in the performance of a specific occupation. A value-adding feature of the CBT program approach is the integration of the basic computer literacy, work ethics and values development, entrepreneurship development, leadership, and gender sensitivity training. These programs are nationally promulgated to ensure that the trainees receive quality, relevant and employable skills, knowledge, and attitude



Title Duration            Registration No (CoPR)
Caregiving NC II 6 months

WTR # 04090202035

Cookery 436 Hours

WTR # 09090202021

Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC II 268 Hours

WTR # 09090202069 

Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II  



Gas Metal Arc Welding NC II 286 Hours

WTR # 09090202185

Bread and Pastry Production NC II

268 Hours  



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