CAMIGUIN (PIA)--The Camiguin School of Arts and Trades recently conducted a training induction program for its first batch of trainees in the three-year Diploma Program in Hospitality Management Technology at CSAT TM 1 Room.
The diploma program is based on RA 10968, otherwise known as the Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) Act.
The PQF Act, which encourages lifelong learning, provides a quality assured national system for the development, recognition, and award of qualifications based on the standards of knowledge, skills, and values acquired in different ways and methods by learners and workers educated/trained in the Philippines.
The program offers tech-voc trainees, graduates, and middle-level workers better chances to qualify for jobs with bigger responsibilities. It also provides more opportunities for workers and tech-voc graduates to upgrade their qualifications or continue their education in college.
With the goal of providing quality relevant technical education and training and producing graduates with increased capabilities for employment and entrepreneurial ventures as well as well-equipped individuals with the management and customer service skills required to succeed in a hospitality management career on the island and across the globe, the institution acted in accordance with the mandate and officially started the training, October 17.
The trainees were given an overview of the program, as well as the rules and regulations, as well as the laws that they must follow throughout their educational journey. (TESDA/PIA-10/Camiguin)