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TVL students pass the NCII Assessment

Fifteen students of San Juan National Senior High School successfully passed the recent TESDA Assessment for National Competency II for Electrical Installation and Maintenance (EIM) held on April 11, 2018 at the Eastern Star Institute of Science and Technology, San Mateo, Rizal. They are the first batch of students under the Technical-Vocational-Livelihood Track in the EIM strand who took the test after they finished the basic requirements of the Senior High School curriculum.

The certification they will receive in this test will enable the learners to have several options as stipulated in the exit points of the K to 12 Program. They can choose to pursue higher education along this track or start earning income either through a small-scale servicing business or employment in the related industry. The national certification entitles them to be profitable as it ensures their capacity to skillfully work in the said field. But should they decide to further specialize on this skill, they bring with them a wealth of knowledge and technical experiences from their immersion activities and enroll in college.

Behind this accomplishment are Mr. Victor Alfredo C. Cabrillas and Mr. Bernie R. Fortin who served as their hardworking teachers for the EIM courses under the leadership of TVL supervisor, Mrs. Amelita C. Panelo. The assessment was done in coordination with another TVL teacher, Mr. John Paolo Alad, who assisted in finding a TESDA-accredited partner. Future plans include the assessment of the remaining 14 EIM students at the same Assessment Center and the 13 Caregiving students at Emperor Assessment Center in Taytay, Rizal in partnership with the local government of San Juan City.

Article written by:

Mrs. Marnelli B. Tolentino (Education Program Supervisor for English) Mrs. Amelita C. Panelo (Education Program Supervisor for EPP/TLE/ICT)

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