325 Trainees Complete MBHTE-TESD’s TechVoc Education and Training Program in Tawi-Tawi

(Photo courtesy of MBHTE-TESD)

COTABATO CITY (June 1, 2024) — There were 325 Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) trainees who graduated from diverse programs of the Ministry of Basic, Higher and Technical Education through the Ministry’s scholarship program.

With a theme “Skills for Success: Bridging Training to Employment,” trainees received their certificates of completion during the graduation ceremony held on May 26, 2024, at Maas Kamlon Hall, MSU-TCTO, Sanga-Sanga, Bongao, Tawi-Tawi.

Minister Mohagher Iqbal, in his address during the ceremony
extended heartfelt congratulations to the graduates, acknowledging their perseverance and dedication.

He underscored the Ministry’s steadfast commitment to expanding educational opportunities across the Bangsamoro, ensuring inclusivity and equality in access to quality education and skills training.

“Sa araw na ito ating ipinagdiriwang ang pagtatapos ng isang mahalagang kabanata sa inyong buhay, hindi biro ang hirap at sakripisyo ng inyong pinagdaanan upang makarating sa puntong ito, lahat ng puyat, pagod at pawis na pinagdaanan, Alhamadulillah,” Minister Iqbal expressed.

He also emphasized the Ministry’s unwavering commitment to building a robust education system that caters to the needs of all, particularly the marginalized and underprivileged, ensuring equitable opportunities for educational advancement.

“We remain committed to building a stronger and more inclusive education system, where everyone, especially the poor, is provided equal opportunities in education.”

The comprehensive training programs encompassed various disciplines, including Driving NC-II, Bread and Pastry Production NC-II, Organic Agriculture Production NC-II, Computer System Servicing NC-II, and Technical Drafting NC-II.

Initiated in 2020 and spearheaded by the MBHTE Technical Education and Skills Development (TESD) department, these initiatives aim to equip individuals with essential skills, thereby fostering economic empowerment and enhancing livelihood prospects throughout the Bangsamoro region. (Sahara A. Saban, BMN/BangsamoroToday)

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