Free TVET Training: Heavy Equipment Operation NC II

ICWF is providing free TVET training opportunities and bridging employment to the youth of Iloilo City in response to the economic crisis in this time of the pandemic. Please see the poster below for your reference.

If you are interested, please click this link: https://forms.gle/JtZN74Ai2Yo6GWdL9 to sign in.

Training Duration

  • 144 Hours
  • 20 Days

Qualifications

  • 18-24 years old (Male or Female)
  • must be a resident of Iloilo City
  • Out-of-School Youth
  • Senior High Graduate
  • Teenage Parents
  • Youth with Physical Disabilities
  • College undergraduate
  • (must have at least 80% general average from a previous semester or academic year)

Requirements

  • 2 photocopy of Transcript of Records or High School Diploma
  • 4 pcs 1×1 picture (white background and wear a collared shirt)
  • 3 pcs passport size picture (white background and wear collared shirt)
  • 2 photocopy of PSA Authenticated Birth
    Certificate
  • 1 original Barangay Clearance and 1 photocopy
  • 1 photocopy of Valid Identification Card (ID) or Cedula

Scholarship

  • Transportation Allowance for face to face training
  • Meal Allowance
  • Support and Assistance for job seeking

Partner School

RGO International Training Institute Inc.

Contact Information

Iloilo Children Welfare foundation, – ICWF Inc
[email protected]
[email protected]
(033) 335-1612
MO8 Sta. Cruz Bldg., cor. Ledesma Fuentes St., Iloilo City

Reference:

FREE training of Heavy Equipment Operation NC II

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