Technical Education and Skills Development Authority partnership with Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporations launched a new type of learning center “TESDA-Samsung Electronics Lab“ to let trainees/ students gain the newest and latest information in gadgets.
TESDA’s partnership with Samsung is aiming to seek and ensure advanced quality learning for trainees’ in order to be a highly trained/ worker. This program will let trainees to work right after the training session under the supervision of TESDA. This program is related to Consumer Electronics Servicing (CES).
Trainees will undergo specifically repairing Samsung appliances like microwave oven, refrigeration units, television, and other audio video products made by the Samsung Manufacturing department. Trainees will also undergo to the new Samsung products like touch screen phones and tablets.
There are currently 26 female students under this program. They also have the opportunity to be assigned in any Samsung Service Centers nationwide.
The Dual Training System (DTS), this is the program commonly offered by TESDA training and OJT after work. Trainees in this program will work/ train in the Company they were assigned and earn a daily allowance, (75 percent of the minimum wage) plus an insurance, hazardous pay, and overtime salary. DTS program is tax free.
Joel Villanueva and Seungho Jee (Samsung Director for Service Operations) established an Electronics Laboratory were trainees can learn and train certain information about Samsung Products. TESDA Deputy Director General for Operations Teodoro Pascua and Tesda Women’s Center Chief Maria Clara Ignacio also helped to start the process.
Trainees who were assigned in Samsung Service Centers will get the higher chance of promotions and hired as a Regular employee of SEMPCO.
Aspiring Trainees may call 887-777 or +639174794370 for more information.