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TESDA vs TVL: What you really should know between the two?

With the increase in demand for technical-vocational skills in the country, TESDA and TVL have become two of the common words that students encounter and use interchangeably.

Here’s a quick round-up of facts about TESDA and TVL.

TESDA stands for Technical Education and Skills Development Authority created through RA no. 7796. It is the government agency that manages and supervises the technical-vocational programs in the country. It was established in 1994 to assist in the enhancement of the technical-vocational skills of the country’s human resource and the development of mid-level manpower.

TVL, on the other hand, is one of the tracks for Senior High School students that offers tech-voc lessons. It is under the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 that adds additional 2 years in basic education.  It has four strands: Agri-fishery Arts, Home Economics, Industrial Arts, and Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

So what really is the difference between the two? What are the major similarities and differences? Knowing these details will help you choose which one is best for you as you check out available courses based on your interests.

AREA TESDA COURSE TVL TRACK
What’s next for me after completing a TESDA course or TVL strand? –    Individuals that are not in Senior High can take TESDA courses and gain Certificate of Competency or National Certificates.

–    Graduates can take further assessments for NC III and IV as well as Diploma courses.

–    Senior High School students who take the TVL strand can already receive a National Certificate II, provided they will pass the competency-based assessment from TESDA.

–    Graduates can take further assessments for NC III and IV as well as Diploma courses.

Who is eligible to study in TESDA or under TVL strand? Alternative Learning System graduates (ALS) and other interested individuals can also take TESDA courses. Eligible grade 11 students who passed Junior High School (Grade 10) may enroll in TVL courses.
What are the assessments required? –    National Certificate

–    Certificate of Competency

–    National Certificate

–    Certificate of Competency

Who offers TVL? Who offers TESDA? TESDA centers, tech-Voc schools, colleges, and universities Tec-Voc schools, colleges, and universities
Benefits Both programs provide essential knowledge and skills that are relevant to various job-generating industries like Agriculture, Fisheries, Manufacturing, Construction, IT and Communications, Hospitality, Tourism, and Food and Beverage.

 

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