2015 Team Building Activities for the Accredited Assessors


There was a Team Building Activity held in February 2015 at Tagaytay City conducted specifically for all the accredited Assessors in the PASMAK District. It was facilitated by Mr. Juan Cruz de Castro of PCCI.

The activity was conducted to improve the camaraderie and team work among the assessors in the district. It was also hoped to enhance the working relationship and partnership of the assessors between and among them with the Assessment Managers and the TESDA PASMAK who oversee and monitor the implementation of the program.

There were around 100 assessors who participated the event.



Revived Pasay-Makati TESDC


Pursuant to the updated National TESD Plan 2011-2016 and NCR TESD Plan, TESDA Pasay-Makati District Office revived its District Technical Education and Skills Development Committee (DTESDC). The DTESDC meeting held last October 1, 2014 marks the revival of the committee, attended by the government sector represented by the DTI Director Emma C. Asusano, DOLE Director Rowella Grande, Industry Sector by Tommy Uyliapco, TVET Sector by Oscar Ibay, Critical Sector by Jeffrey Sosa and Rufino Eduardo H. Abad, Labor Sector by Hessel Larcia and Filipinas Rosario Sampang of LGU-Pasay City.

Dir. Lenny Carreon presented the TESD Plan (2011 – 2016) which was updated by the DTESDC. It was also reviewed and commented by the Chairman, and its members last November 13, 2014 during its 2nd meeting at the TESDA Pasay-Makati District Office Conference Room supported by the duly signed resolutions No. 1 and 2.



Training of Persons with Disability at Pasay-Makati


TESDA Pasay-Makati in its aim to reach out to the disadvantaged group, trained trainers and educators of the Philippine National School for the Blind. They in turn will be able to impart their learnings to their co-workers.

The training started last October 22, 2014 and will end on December. The on-going twenty-six (26) visually impaired participants were being trained in Massage Therapy NC II held at the COSMOS Training Center, Inc. along Pasay City. The endeavor targets about forty (40) participants until end of the year. Executive Director Martha M. Hernandez of the Partnerships and Linkages Office (PLO) of TESDA conducted an orientation to all the on-going participants prior to the beginning of the program under the Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) of TESDA.

The aim of the training program is to equip the visually impaired educators the skills to perform therapeutic massage assessment and remedial therapeutic massage treatment which in turn will enable them to impart later the learned expertise to their students. After the training program, all participants will undergo the national competency assessment which will further strengthen their newly acquired competencies.