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According to a TESDA research, 7 out of 10 TVET graduates were employed.

According to research performed this year by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), seven out of ten TVET graduates found employment in the previous five years.

According to the TESDA’s 2022 Study on the Employment of TVET Graduates, 7 out of every 10 TVET Graduates were employed at the time of the survey, or an average employment rate of 74.76 for the previous five years.

These graduates are “job-ready,” according to TESDA Director General Danilo Cruz, and have the knowledge and abilities to start businesses or find employment nearly immediately after graduation.

Cruz said in a statement that close collaboration with the sector had made this possible.

This distinguishes us from other forms of education offered in the nation. A crucial element of the TESDA’s quality-assured system, according to him, is industry engagement.

Cruz stated that by enhancing the involvement of industry businesses in TVET, TESDA would accelerate the implementation of the enterprise-based training (EBT) program.

Cruz claimed that the EBT has a greater employment rate for graduates than other methods of training delivery.

The head of TESDA noted that the organization will improve the apprenticeship program, whether it is begun by the company or by a school and company using a dual training method (DTS).

DTS mixes in-person training in businesses with classroom instruction. The Dual Training System Act, Republic Act 7686, was adopted in 1994.


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