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e-TESDA: a TESDA Online Program

I have stumbled upon a post from a newsfeed and found a post about TESDA (The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority) where they offer free online courses at our own convenience. 
I have heard about this before but did not really bother checking this ’til today when I found out they have A LOT of online courses to offer already. I am a proud product of TESDA, I am not a college graduate (so it’s time for me to pay them back by spreading this news, hehe). 
Back in 2009, I studied enrolled in a Finishing Course for Call Center Agents for a month in TUCP (Trade Union Congress of the Philippines) located in Quezon City. After the course, I worked as an inventory assistant for Pinkbox then applied in Sitel (my first call center home) after I finished my contract with Pinkbox.

I’m always proud to say that I am a product of TESDA, because of the course they offered, I now am work at a BPO-related job for about 6 years now. So I’m happy to know that they continue to offer courses to people who are interested. I just visited their website and created an account. I want to be able to finish the courses that I want to take.

The site is pretty easy to navigate and here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can create an account to access their online courses: 
1. CREATE AN ACCOUNT. 

2. FILL OUT THE FORM WITH ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION.

3. GO TO YOUR EMAIL AND OPEN THE VERIFICATION LINK TO VERIFY YOUR ACCOUNT.

4. CHOOSE THE COURSE YOU WANT TO TAKE. HERE ARE THE COURSES THEY CURRENTLY OFFER, ALL YOU CAN TAKE AT YOUR OWN TIME, AT YOUR OWN CONVENIENCE. Isn’t that cool?!

I’m not sure if they are giving away certification after you finish the course but I have a strong feeling that they do. I just started enrolling for my course. I’m excited to learn more about it.

Those of you who might be interested, you may visit their website at e-tesda.gov.ph for more information.

12 Replies to “e-TESDA: a TESDA Online Program”

  1. This post serves me as a reminder. I have registered here before and explored a bit, but didn't choose a lesson because I got busy of this homeschooling stuff. Holiday is coming, perfect reason to explore the site again and hopefully take lessons. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  2. Now this is useful information. I have long wanted to enroll at TESDA but it keeps getting stacked to the backseat due to my busy schedule (and memory loss, lol). I better check them out right now or else I'll forget about it again. Thanks for sharing this sis. 🙂

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