December 15, 2012 9:44pm CST
I have been attending TESDA's comercial cooking every Saturday. I enjoy it for I learn many new recipes at the same time the NCII certificate would be very useful to me in the future.
ahmm...I'm still teaching in a public school, and I bake...and that's actually the main reason why I got inactive for a long time...the commercial cooking class was not very good because it was not done in a TESDA training center..it was done in a private school and that school didn't really teach us much. I still prefer attending in the training center of TESDA.
@CaptAlbertWhisker , I remember during my first time of attending at a TESD class, we were required to create an account to their website. that was the time before Villanueva's management. That website would require you to make a sort of like an online resume and there were also job openings in which you can apply online...but on my second and third course, that website was not instructed anymore. So yes, after taking their class, you have to work for your employment.
17 Dec 12
I have attended 2 classes on TESDA before. I just go to their office and reserve a slot for the class I want...This Commercial Cooking is not held in a TESDA workshop. We have our class at STI, Malolos. It is sponsored by TESDA because they have many scholarship that they have given but TESDA workshops can't accomodate the number of slots so they seek partnerships with other bodies like STI for the physical matters. It happened that my co teacher's brother-in-law works at STI, Malolos and told us that they are slots for commercial cooking classes.
16 Dec 12
Do you have to pay an amount when you enroll in TESDA? If so, how much? I'm interested to enroll in them too but I can't find one near my house. I know that they have lots of short courses that you can take. But I don't know if it's worth my time. Are the teachers good?