Saturday and Sunday Assessment

Schedule of assessment for Saturdays and especially Sundays will be treated on a case to case basis based on the need of the request.

All requests for Saturday and Sunday must have an attached letter and final list of candidates (encoded in the T2MIS if possible).

All requests for weekend schedules must be approved first by the District Director prior to the assessment.

All approved schedule of assessment must have an assigned or available TESDA Rep. If there is no TESDA Rep who can be assigned on weekends, the assessment will not proceed.

It is expected that those candidates listed in the T2MIS should be the one who will undergo the assessment for the day. TESDA Rep will make sure of this by checking the attendance and the proof of identification of the candidates.


Establishment of Committee on Decorum and Investigation (COdI)

Pursuant to Republic Act 7877, an Act Declaring Sexual Harassment Unlawful in the Employment, Education or Training Environment and for other purposes, also known as the "Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995", the Employer or Head of Office in a Work-related, Education or Training Environment shall "Create a Committee on Decorum and Investigation of cases on sexual harassment."

In view of this, all TVIs are advised to create their own CODIs. A draft of CODI Composition and its roles and responsibilities for reference can be viewed here.


Implementation of T2MIS

In line with agreements made during the T2MIS Orientation for AC Managers and Processing Officers held on February 10, 2017 at K-Line Maritime Academy, that implementation of T2MIS will begin on March 1, 2017. The TESDA Pasay Makati District will start accepting request for assessment on February 22, 2017 for March 1, 2017 schedule of assessment using the online system.


Revised Competency Assessment Tool (CATs) for Bookkeeping

There is already a Revised Competency Assessment Tool (CATs) for Bookkeeping. The moratorium on the conduct of assessment is already lifted effective February 01, 2017 as per TESDA Circular No. 03 Series of 2017.