A Call to Action: Licensure for technical-vocational courses with Tony Galvez
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Quezon City. May 2014. Mr. Tony Galvez, owner of the Tony Galvez School of Cosmetology and an officer of Technical and Vocational Schools and Associations in the Philippines or TEVSAPHIL – National. He is known as an expert in the technical and vocational education and training industry in the Philippines. The conference tackled the subject of the plight of the tech-voc students and the state of the industry as a whole. He discussed the in depth details of the livelihood tracks and the professional tracks and how it can be improved to achieve global excellence and recognition.
Licensure for technical-vocational courses
He is lobbying for the the Tech-voc ACT, a wake up call for “licensing” skilled professionals.
Him as a salon expert say “Service comes first (before income). Cosmetology is not a silly profession, it takes skills and science. Not your ordinary “taga-kulot“.
Tech-voc hindi bobo
Our tweet on May 20, 2014
#Deiville updates on #TechVocLicensing
Sec. Joel Villanueva has replied from my retweet from Teacher Ia’s blog – “RT Are TESDA Graduates Half-Baked? @secjoelv RESPONSE needed #Tuwidnadaan #BossAngBayan #DrivenSyndic8”
Responses made by on my feed:
“@GreenDei wish ive more space to ans but
1.PQF has 5 levels on TVET (nc1-diploma)
2.Tesda is mandated by law to certify TVET qualifications.
3.assessment & certification of TESDA is ISO certified
4.licensing board being proposed isnt d response to half baked graduates
5.Tesda registers programs acdg to standards develop ed by industry. programs are regularly audited to ensure compliance. Thx!
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