"It will be easier for the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) to fully develop their skills, talent and effectiveness through the technical vocation education through internet", said Villanueva.
If the set-up of facility has been finished, Villanueva said that students of the Training Institutes of TESDA have the privelege to stay in the training centers to get online.
TESDA offers two (2) scholarship programs: the "Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) and the "Private Education Student Fund Assistance (PESFA) program.
In the coming start of classes, Villanueva said that the technical vocational training offered by TESDA is a better and effective alternative.
Villanueva added that TESDA promotes useful, affordable yet quality education that is accessible and high probability of employability.
"We know how expensive education is. But it should not be a hindrance to our students pursuing their careers. Technical Vocational Education is here to enhance the skills and talent of the students who will be part of the nation's workforce in the future." said by the head of TESDA.
Villanueva also said that the students can also benefit in the community-based, enterprise-based or Dual Training System offered by TESDA which is combination of studying in a school and in a company.
"We want to offer to the people different alternatives in their education". Villanueva added.
Villanueva promised that his agency will continue to uphold the reforms so that the Technical Vocational Training Curriculum will continue to meet the challenges of time that will result to a expedient employment acceptance of their products.
Reference: tesda.gov.ph (June 5, 2011)
The material was originally written in Tagalog and translated to English for better understanding to international audience.