Calamba : Short Term Courses

Top tesda-short-term-courses Calamba Philippines
The Short Term Programs Department offers different programs registered with Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

These programs cover the knowledge, skills and attitudes required in Technical Vocatinal Education and Training (TVET) as per TESDA "With Training Regualations" - WTR compliance. Modules specifically covers the BASIC, COMMON and CORE competencies required in the industry.


Mitzi Michelle Castillo-Sy
Dean, Short Term Courses - Calamba
shortcourses.calamba@
perpetualdalta.edu.ph


(049) 576-6582
Fax No. (049) 531-4775

Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Department

The Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Department offers an exciting mix of practical, experiential learning and classroom instructions in our modular courses. All programs comply with TESDA’s training regulations and cover the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET). The modules focus on the basic, common, and core competencies in accordance with industry standards.

Our short term and TVET programs endeavor to help students acquire new skills for a career change, increase employability, or to pursue a special interest for personal enjoyment.

TESDA Courses Offered

Agriculture and Fishery, Processed Food and Beverages Sector

Health,Social and Other Community Development Services Sector

Tourism Sector (Hotel and Restaurant)

Communication/Information Technology/Electronics Sector


Short Term Courses

Tourism Sector (Hotel and Restaurant)

Information and Communications Technology

Special Programs


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Admission and Enrolment


Completion of Module


For TESDA Programs
As the program ends, the students are required to have a clearance duly signed by respective support service offices before he can claim his academic credentials such as Transcript of Records (TOR) and the Diploma with Student Order (S.O. from TESDA) duly signed by the Head, School Director and the Chancellor.

For Short Term Programs
As the module ends, the students are expected to be fully paid with their tuition fees and other dues at the cashier before they will be given a certificate of completion duly signed by the Head and the School Director. The certificate should also have a dry seal of the University that dignifies the official document from the University. The students are also requested to have an evaluation of the Instructor as well as the program as a whole.

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