More Than 200 Courses List Offered By TESDA and Complete Enrollment Requirements

Nowadays, there are a lot of intuitions, schools and even our government provides an authority offering free tuition for all aspiring who wants to study.

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) serves as the Philippines’ Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) authority.

As a government agency, TESDA is tasked to both manage and supervise the Philippines’ Technical Education and Skills Development (TESD).

Its goals are to develop the Filipino workforce with “world-class competence and positive work values” and to provide quality technical-educational and skills development through its direction, policies, and programs.

TESDA offered more than 201 courses for those who want to achieve their goals and work in their filed they want. Top 10 demand courses based on the number of enrollees you may check out as well.

It may be difficult at first to choose certain courses you want to pursue, so in this article hopefully it can help you to choose what is best for you.

Also it will give you awareness about the all courses that TESDA offered which are disseminated in different fields of specialization.

For an example there are programs that can help a student to land a job in the call center industry. There is caregiver course if students are aiming for job related to healthcare.

The growth of mobile technology opens a lot of job opportunities to those who took up cellphone servicing course.

The increase in sales in the automotive would also generate jobs to those who specialized in automotive servicing.

Construction industries nowadays choose those who have knowledge in masonry, plumbing, etc., to fill up their staffing requirements.

Most of the jobs abroad also prefer applicants who have finished courses or have previous work experience in particular field of specialization such as 2G, 4G, SMAW welding.

A barista can work in any coffee shops, restaurants, and establishments that offers food and beverage in the Philippines and abroad.

In other words, if a student was able to complete a vocational course with TESDA, most likely they can easily find a job. According to www.tesda.gov.ph , 7 out 10 of their graduates find a job easily and 9 out 10 employers are satisfied with their performance.

Below is the Top 10 in demand courses offered by this technical education branch of the government followed by other list of courses based on specification. This may help you to decide what field to specialize and be aware of the other courses that TESDA offering.

Top 10 in demand TESDA Courses in terms of number of Enrollees

1. Shielded Metal Arc Welding – 53 thousand enrollees
2. Cookery – 51 thousand enrollees
3. Food and Beverage Service (F&B) – 51 thousand
4. Bread and Pastry Production – 48 thousand
5. Housekeeping – 44 thousand
6. Electrical Installation and Maintenance – 36 thousand
7. Shielded Metal Arc Welding – 28 thousand enrollees
8. Computer Systems Servicing – 24 thousand
9. Bookkeeping – 24 thousand
10. Contact Center Services – 23 thousand

Note: Details were based on 2016 records of tesda released by ABS CBN News

More than 200 TESDA Courses Complete List (the list is for updating)

2D Game Art Development NC III
3D Game Art Development NC III (NEW)
Able Seafarer Deck NC II (II-5)
Able Seafarer Engine NC II (III-5)
Agricultural Crops Production NC I, NCII and NC III
Agricultural Machinery Operation NC II
Air Duct Servicing NCII
Animal Health Care and Management NC III
Animal Production (Poultry-Chicken) NC II, (Ruminants) NC II, (Swine) NCII
Animation NC II, Animation (2D Digital) NC III, (3D Digital) NC III
Aquaculture NC II
Artificial Insemination (Large Ruminants) NC II, (Swine) NC II
Attractions and Theme Parks NCII
Auto Body Painting Finishing NC I, NC II, and N CIII
Auto Engine Rebuilding NC II
Automotive Body Repairing NC II
Automotive Electrical Assembly NC II and NC III
Automotive Mechanical Assembly NC II and NC III
Automotive servicing NC I, NC II, NC III, and NC IV
Automotive Wiring Harness Assembly NC II
Bamboo Production NC II
Barangay Health Services NC II
Barbering NC II
Bartending NC II, and Barista NC II
Beauty Care NC II, and NC III
Beauty Care Services (Nail Care) NC II, and NC III
Biomedical Equipment Services NCII
Bookkeeping NC III
Bread and pastry Production NC II
Broadband Installation (Fixed Wireless Systems) NC II
Cable TV Installation NC II
CaTV Operation and Maintenance NC III
CAD CAM Operation NC III
Caregiving NC II
Carpentry NC II and NC III
CNC Lathe Machine Operation NC II and NC III
CNC Milling Machine Operation NC II, and NC III
Commercial Cooking NC III, and NC IV
Computer Systems Servicing NC II
Construction Lift Passenger Material Elevator Operation NC II
Construction Painting NC II and NC III
Consumer Electronics NC III and NC IV
Contact Center Services NC II (Call Center)
Cookery NC II
Culinary Arts Course
Customer Services NC II
Dental Hygiene NC IV
Dental Laboratory Technology Services NC I, (Fixed Dentures/Restorations) NC II, (Removable) NC II
Dental Technology NC IV
Diesel Power Plant Operation, and Maintenance NC II, and NC III
Domestic Work NC II
Dressmaking (Casual) NC II
Driving NC II, (Articulated Vehicle) NC III, (Passenger Bus/Straight Truck) NC III
Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC II, NC III, and NC IV
Electronics Products Assembly and Servicing NC II
Emergency Medical Services NC II
Events Management Services NC III
Fashion Design (Apparel) NC III
Fish Capture NC I, and NC II
Fish Products Packaging NC II
Fishing Gear Repair and Maintenance NC III
Fish Port Wharf Operations NC I
Flux-Cored Arc Welding NC I, NC II, and NC III
Food and beverage services NC II, NC III, and NC IV
Food Processing NC I, NC II, NC III, NC IV
Footwear Making NC II
Foreign Language (Korean, Japanese – Nihongo, Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, and English)
Forging NC II, and NC III
Foundry Melting/Casting NC II, and NC III
Foundry Molding NC II, and NC III
Foundry PATTERN MAKING NC III
Front office services NC II
Furniture Making (Finishing) NC II
Game Programming NC III
Gas Metal Arc Welding NC I, NC II, and NC III
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding NC II, and NC IV
Gas Welding NC I, and NC II
Hairdressing NC II, and NC III
Health Care Services NC II
Heat Treatment
Heavy Equipment Servicing NC II
Hilot (Wellness) NC II
Horticulture NC II, NC III
Housekeeping NC II, NC III, and NC IV
Ice Plant Refrigeration Servicing NC III
ILLUSTRATION NC II
Instrumentation and Control Servicing NC II, NC III, and NC IV
Jewelry Making (Fine Jewelry) NC II, and NC III
Laboratory and Metrology/Calibration Services NC II, and NC III
LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE (SOFTSCAPE) NC II
Line Construction (Electric Power Distribution) NC II
LOCAL GUIDING SERVICES NC II
Machining NC I, NC II, and NC III
MARINE ELECTRICITY (FINAL)3
Masonry NC I, NC II, and NC III
Massage Therapy NC II
Mechanical Drafting NC I
Mechatronics Servicing NC II, NC III, and NC IV
Medical Coding and Billing NC II
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION NC II
Metals Stamping NC II
Microfinance Technology NC II, NC IV
Moldmaking NC II
Motorcycle Small Engine Servicing NC II
ON-HIGHWAY DUMP TRUCK (Rigid)
Ophthalmic Lens Servicing NC II
Organic Agriculture Production NC II (NEW)
Painting Machine Operation NC II
Pattern Making NC II
PERFORMING ARTS – DANCE NC II
PERFORMING ARTS (SONG) NC II
Performing Arts_Ballroom Dancing NC II
Pest Management (Veg.) NC II
Pharmacy Services NC II
Photography NC II
Pipefitting NC II
Plant Maintenance NC I
Plastic Machine Operation NC II, and NC III
Plumbing NC I, NC II, and NC III
Press Machine Operation NC I
Process Inspection NC II, and NC III
Programming NC IV
PV System Design NC III, Servicing NC III, Installation NC II
Pyrotechnics NC II
RAC Servicing (DomRAC) NC II – New
RAC Servicing (PACU-CRE) NC III (Amended)
Rating Forming Part of a Navigational Watch NC II (II-4, III-4)
Reinforcing Steel Works NC II
Rice Machinery Operations NC II
Rigging NC I
Rubber Processing NC II, Production NC II
SCAFFOLD ERECTION NC II
Security Services NC I, NC II
SHIPS CATERING SERVICES NC I, NC II, and NC III (Ships’ cook)
Slaughtering Operations NC II (Butchery)
SMAW NC I, NC II, NC III, and NC IV
Structural Erection NC II
Submerged Arc Welding NC I, and NC II
System Formwork Installation NC II
Tailoring (Casual) NC II
Technical Drafting NC II
Telecom OSP and Subscriber Line Installation (Copper Cable-POTS and DSL) NC II
Telecom OSP Installation (Fiber Optic Cable) NC II
Tile Setting NC II
TINSMITHING (AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING) NC II
Tool and Die Making NC II
Tourism Promotion Services NC II
Trainers Methodology Level I, Level 2
Transmission Line Installation and Maintenance NC II, NC III
Transport RAC SERVICING NC II
TRAVEL SERVICES NC II
Visual Graphic Design NC III
Refrigeration and Airconditioning Servicing
Heavy Equipment Operations Courses
ARTICULATED OFF-HIGHWAY DUMP TRUCK NC II
Backhoe Loader NC II
Bulldozer NC II
Concrete Pump NC II
Container Stacker NC II
Crawler Crane NC II
Forklift NC II
Gantry Crane NC II
Hydraulic Excavator NC II
Motor Grader NC II
Paver NC II
Rigid off-highway dump truck NC II
ROAD ROLLER NC II
Rough-Terrain Crane NC II
Screed NC I
Tower Crane NC II (Crane Operator)
Transit Mixer NC II
Truck-Mounted Crane NC II
Wheel Loader NC II

TESDA Free Online Courses

There are total of 40 plus courses that aspiring individuals, professionals, and OFW can take, which are free online courses. Tuition fee is free however; it does not come with a certificate.

To obtain certificate, you need to visit the nearest assessment center and take the certification exam. If you passed, you can get the certificate. This offering requires learners to have fast internet connection and a personal computer desktop (laptop will also do).

Check the list of online courses below that TESDA offers:

Agriculture
Fruit Grower
Automotive
Automotive Battery Servicing
Diesel Engine tune-up
Cooking
Preparing Sandwiches
Electronics
Cellphone Servicing
Solar Night Light Assembly
Heating, Ventilation and Air Condition
Packaged Air Conditioner Unit Servicing
Housekeeping
Guest Room Attendant Servicing
Valet Servicing
Public Area Attendant Servicing
Laundry Servicing
Information technology
Animation (3D Digital)
Basic computer operation
CAM / CAD operation
Computer hardware servicing
Web Development using HTML5 and CSS3
Massage Therapy
Shiatsu Massage
Swedish Massage
Thai Massage
Microsoft Online Courses:
Game Development
Game Production Basics
Developing 2D Games with HTML5
Developing 2D, 3D games with Unity Software Game Developments Fundamentals
C# Fundamentals for Beginners
Tourism
Food and Beverage Servicing
Waiter Servicing
Room Attendant Servicing
Bus Boy Servicing
Trainers Methodology I
Facilitate Learning Session
Trainers Methodology II
Curriculum Development

TESDA Foreign Language Courses for FREE

One of their offered courses is learning different foreign language, such as Nihonggo, Spanish, Korean, Mandarin, Arabic and English. You may enroll to Language Institution of TESDA. The enrollment is on first come first serve service, it may be helpful if you will register as early as possible.

For those who wants to study but struggling financially, here is your chance! What are you waiting for? Don’t let financial crisis be a hindrance to your dreams in life.

Here are the lists of foreign Language Courses with their duration:

Basic Arabic Language and Saudi / Gulf Culture – 100 hours
Basic Chinese Language (Mandarin) and Culture – 100 hours
Basic English Language – 100 hours
Basic Japanese Language (Nihongo) and Culture – 150 hours
Basic Korean Language and Culture – 100 hours (verify with tesda LSI if these course is still available)
Basic Spanish Language – 100 hours

Note: Not all tesda language skills institute offer all the language courses. So before going to the nearest LSI call their office first to know if the course you are aiming to study is available with the school.

TESDA Enrollment Requirements

TESDA training centers are all over the Philippines; Manila, Baguio, Batangas, Bicol, Bohol, Cavite, Cebu, Davao, Rizal, Laguna, IloIlo, Tacloban, Tagum, La Union, and many others.

TESDA regulates private and public registered training institution. Both public and private institutions require students to be:

– at least 18 years of age
– high school graduate
– undergone a pre-training assessment (YP4SC/NCAE)
– Barangay Clearance (some asks for it)

On the other hand, if you wish to pursue training in private institutions, they may ask for additional requirements other than what was mentioned. It would be better that you visit their respective schools and inquire for other documents they may need.

Source: Mattscradle
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