QUEZON CITY, (PIA) -- The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority National Capital Region (TESDA-NCR), through the MuntiParLasTaPat (Muntinlupa, Parañaque, Las Piñas, Taguig, Pateros) District recently distributed starter toolkits to electronics trainee graduates.
TESDA-NCR MuntiParLasTaPat District, represented by Mr. Edmar Jay Blanco, distributed the toolkits for the graduates of Service Consumer Electronics, Assemble Electronics and Service Industrial Electronics at the International Electronics and Technical Institute (Alabang), Inc.
Over 60 graduates under Special Training for Employment Program (STEP) received their starter toolkits. Blanco reminded the graduates to make use of the said toolkits with the skills they learned during training to start a livelihood and/or for employment especially in this time of pandemic.
STEP is a community-based specialty training program that addresses the specific skills needs of the communities and promote employment, particularly through entrepreneurial, self-employment and service-oriented activities.
It aims to provide skills and training opportunities for the beneficiaries in the barangays/communities to make them employable and productive. (TESDA-NCR/PIA-NCR)