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Study For Free via Tesda 2020: Learn 5 Foreign Languages Skills For Free Offered By Tesda | No Tuition Fee Needed

Apart from different vocational and technical skills training, TESDA is also giving foreign language and culture courses this year 2020.

Learning various foreign language such as Nihongo, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, English nowadays have big benefit in the workplace and even during the hiring method.

Employers / Manpower Agencies that have accessible job openings in New Zealand, Australia, UAE, Japan, and other countries frequently consider applicants that are bi-lingual or educates of various language other than their own.

This is due to the companies frequently expand overseas and / or have international clients.

Specification and Requirements:

- Must be Filipino (any gender), aged 18 y/o and above, and High School graduate. To be at the preference list, applicants must be pre-qualified to work locally and abroad.

- Or, you can constantly inquire to TESDA - LSI if you actually like to study foreign language.

Here are the lists of available Foreign Language courses with time span:


- Basic Japanese Language (Nihongo) and Culture - 150 hrs.
- Basic Chinese Language (Mandarin) and Culture - 100 hrs.
- Basic Spanish Language - 100 hrs.
- Basic Arabic Language & Saudi or Gulf Culture - 100 hrs.
- English Proficiency for Customer Service Workers - 100 hrs.

Based to the official website of TESDA these language courses are FREE of Charge or “libre” in Language Skills Institute.

REMINDER:

Course accessibility differs in every LSI, so please ask the LSI near you regards to the language courses they’re presently offering.

Documents required during the application:
- Applicants should bring any of the following documents such as TOR, college or high school diploma, training or competency certificates publicized through TESDA.
- Applicants should also bring true copy of birth certificates from NSO, 1x1 (3 pieces), and 2x2 picture (1 piece) with white background and a long brown envelope.

Language Skills Institute Schedule
The enrollment is on first come first serve basis so essentially it’s better to register for a slot as early as possible.
- Morning schedule begins at 7:30 am - 11:30 am
- Afternoon schedule begins at 12:30 pm - 4:30 om
- Every Mondays - Fridays only
Source: Matts Cradle

Free Study via Tesda Online Program 2020: Study 40+ Tesda Courses Online for FREE No Tuition Fee

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is now offering a FREE!

Education is the most important in our life. Education in good and manners, knowledge and learning. Education requires instruction of some sort from an individual or composed literature.

In an effort of the government to uphold education in the Philippines,

Those who sign up with TESDA may learn the course at their own pace, as each course had no deadline or timetable for students to follow.

What are the Requirements?

Internet Connection, Laptop or Desktop or you can access it on an internet cafe in case you don’t have a laptop or desktop.

Here are some of the Courses that they are offering:

Information Technology
Computer Hardware Servicing
Basic Computer Operation
Game Programming NC III
Web Development using HTML5 and CSS3
Tourism
Food and Beverage Servicing
Waiter Servicing
Room Attendant Servicing
Bus Boy Servicing
Housekeeping
Guest Room Attendant Servicing
Valet Servicing
Public Area Attendant Servicing
Laundry Servicing
Electronics
Cellphone Servicing
Agriculture
Fruit Grower
Automotive
Diesel Engine Tune Up
Heating, Ventilation and Air Condition
Packaged Air Conditioner Unit Servicing
Trainers Methodology
Curriculum Development

"We want to increase access sa quality technical-vocational education training programs. The Internet is a technology that has widespread education," Said TESDA Asst. Dir. Jun Mamaril.

You’re not limited to one course as long as you pass the exams you can take other courses. As long as you have time in taking the course you can finish it anytime you want. The site is a Free! E-learning portal for everyone who wants to learn.

Interested applicants may create a free account on TESDA Website.

There is NO certificate given, however, you can take the actual ASSESSMENT or NATIONAL CERTIFICATION exam when you get home (for OFW’s) or to the nearest TESDA Assessment centers. When you pass the exam, then you can get the certificate or license.

TESDA Contact Details

Email: etesdapmo@tesda.gov.ph
Tel. No. : +63-2-8938297
To contact the TESDA Office visit TESDA Directory

Letter X On Their Both Hands: Here’s What It Means About Your Future, Destiny And Personality

It’s not Palmistry or any type of superstitious procedure that comes from India.

It is an extremely old method that was usually used through Egyptians and Greeks to foretell the future of someone.

As a matter of fact, its last known historical record of this method is said in Great Alexander’s era where the royal advisers have recommended that the Great Alexander will be the largest leader in the era due to he had two plainly visible letter X’s in both palms.

People with the letter X’s on their both hands are with the powerful characters and their destiny is constantly the perfect and that never requires planning.

While several people may plan for their own opulence all day long, but people with “double X” on their palm do not require any plan in order to thrive on several things.

It’s just a matter of time until their destiny spontaneously shapes in to distinctive energy cycle that will sometimes make the person one of the greatest with the rest before they die.

These skillful people are highly special character with whom you need to be more careful due to they can really sense you from a far.

They are specifically conscious on everything and no one can ever escape them in any way.

You can’t really lie and tell people with an “X” on their both palms due to their destiny is very powerful and shaped in a way that the lair or the one betrays will never thrive in doing so.

They will not see their life sorrowful for a while but eventually they will.

People that has letter “X” on their palms are very strong in a physical way. Even though they may not really look like the strongest one most of the time, study have disclosed that they are the least vulnerable in communicating deceases. They have the potential to alter their own life in a snap and they can also make changes in the life of someone in no time.

Below are the “X” Prophetic Qualities:

Very successful
Sharpest of all
Greatest leaders
People will never be neglected after death.

5 Sitting Positions That Can Reveal Your Personality and Attitude

It tells that our sitting posture manifests an insensible body language that displays our character and intentions in life by our sub conscious.

Almost every day, most of our time is spent on sitting down. We might not even perceive it due to resting is a relatively of our system, we do it each time.

Even on median, we spend approximately 9.3 hours sitting every day.

But did you know, sitting really holds many more meaning than just resting? Well, not the entire sitting thing, but the posture we’re most cozy with truly speaks something about us.

Below are the 5 sitting postures we commonly do and the factual meaning behind it:

Posture #1


- People who usually sit in this position aren’t boring in nature, they’re extremely imaginative, charming, yet a little immature.

They incline to say something out loud then think about the influence of what they said afterwards. In spite of looking fearful, this sitting posture recommends that the person likes to lead themselves through the principle.

Posture #2

- They frequently generate new and astonishing plan; hence they are commonly “the soul of the team or the company.”

They consistently love fresh begins in their lives and fast changes in decision are extremely common for them. This usual cross legs posture is frequently done by dreamers, they control wide imagination and dreams of various things. It is extremely simple for them to create new friends and the love to travel.

Posture #3

- They commonly find peace in confusion; what seems unorganized for others is naturally systematic for them, as that can find things there even when their eyes are closed. Support is the number one preference of people who usually sits in this type of posture. Impotence to focus on something is their major timidity; they can’t focus for a longer period of time, hence making them go off topic effortlessly.

Posture #4

- They’re known for being clean in nature and do not like public display of affection in overall. People who normally sit in this posture worth punctuality, they dislike being late and late comers. They’re extremely intelligent yet sensitive at the same time. For these individuals, the world is an aggressive surrounding and their home is their shelter to hide in times of problem.

Posture #5

- They have a lot of goals in life and like everything to be the best. This kind of people also categorizes their appearance and will do everything to remain it ideal. Timing is everything for people who frequently sit in this posture, they don’t rush to access marriage and have a family as they like to secure their education and job first.

Study For Free With 40+ Tesda Online Courses | NO TUITION FEE Needed For Everyone

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is now offering a FREE! online course that let’s anyone learn online by simply registering to the official TESDA Online E-Learning Site.

The government have noticed that a lot of high school graduates cannot afford to go to college and finish their education for a more decent future.

Thus, this problem was meet and free TESDA's online college courses was created.

This is the latest free service (no tuition fee training) that the institution is offering to Filipino Citizens for the year 2018.

With the help of the internet this program will make the skills development and technical education a lot more accessible to aspirants.

TESDA's Asst. Dir. Jun Mamaril said that those who sign up with TESDA may learn the course at their own pace, as each course had no deadline or timetable for students to follow.

What is the Requirement?


Internet Connection, Laptop or Desktop or you can access it on an internet cafe in case you don’t have a laptop or desktop.

Here are some of the Courses that they are offering:


Information Technology
Computer Hardware Servicing
Basic Computer Operation
Game Programming NC III
Web Development using HTML5 and CSS3
Tourism
Food and Beverage Servicing
Waiter Servicing
Room Attendant Servicing
Bus Boy Servicing
Housekeeping
Guest Room Attendant Servicing
Valet Servicing
Public Area Attendant Servicing
Laundry Servicing
Electronics
Cellphone Servicing
Agriculture
Fruit Grower
Automotive
Diesel Engine Tune Up
Heating, Ventilation and Air Condition
Packaged Air Conditioner Unit Servicing
Trainers Methodology
Curriculum Development

There are still sub-categories on some courses just be sure to check the site and check all the categories.

Interested applicants may create first a free account on TESDA Website . before enrolling to one of the subject.

TESDA Contact Details
Email: etesdapmo@tesda.gov.ph

Tel. No. : +63-2-8938297

To contact the TESDA Office visit TESDA Directory

Students who will complete the course will be given a national certification for their efforts once they accomplish and pass an accreditation exam at any TESDA Centers.

Many were glad that TESDA had implemented this E-learning Site for it will be a great opportunity not only for Filipinos here in the Philippines but also the OFW’s who can access as well, all the modules and materials online anytime they want.

Step1. Go to tesda online program website e-tesda.gov.ph . At the upper most portion of the website you will find login link (you are not login). Go to that link.

Step2. Start creating your account. Fill out the needed information in the given form. Then click create an account. A message will be sent to your given email address to activate your account.

Step3. Once you have your tesda account you can now enroll to your chosen course. Login to your account. You will be redirected to tesda online program homepage where you will see the list of courses.

Step4. Click the course you want to take.

Step5. Courses are divided into modules. Choose link of the module you want to study.

Step6. At the lower left tab you will read ‘Enroll me in this course.’

Step7. Confirm your enrollment by choosing ‘YES’ in the popup window.



Step8 Congratulations you are now enrolled to your chose online program.

2019: Free Online Courses No Age Limit, Online Courses of TESDA for Every Filipino

The Government is on the go to provide a free college education to Filipino who wants to finish their study to have a brighter future.

With the help of many organizations and different sectors the Government has an AID to the issue of growing numbers of high school students not able to finish their education due to lack of financial support.

This is being resolve through TESDA, this is THE TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY is now offering free courses online.

Without any hassle to personally appear in their offices you can do the application online by simply registering on their official TESDA Online E-learning Site. This is the latest TESDA offering, this is free to all Filipino Citizens and has no age limit for this year 2018.

Requirements:

Internet Connection, laptop or computer in case not have one you can go to the nearest internet café to make it done.

Here are some list of free Online courses:
Information Technology
Computer Hardware Servicing
Basic Computer Operation
Game Programming NC III
Web Development using HTML5 and CSS3
Tourism
Food and Beverage Servicing
Waiter Servicing
Room Attendant Servicing
Bus Boy Servicing
Housekeeping
Guest Room Attendant Servicing
Valet Servicing
Public Area Attendant Servicing
Laundry Servicing
Electronics
Cellphone Servicing
Agriculture
Fruit Grower
Automotive
Diesel Engine Tune Up
Heating, Ventilation and Air Condition
Packaged Air Conditioner Unit Servicing
Trainers Methodology
Curriculum Development

There are still sub-categories on some courses just be sure to check the site and check all the categories.

Interested applicants may create first a free account on TESDA Website before enrolling to one of the free subjects.

TESDA Contact Details

Email: etesdapmo@tesda.gov.ph

Tel. No. : +63-2-8938297

To contact the TESDA Office visit TESDA Directory

Students who will complete the course will be given a national certification for their efforts once they accomplish and pass an accreditation exam at any TESDA Centers

Many were glad that TESDA had implemented this E-learning Site for it will be a great opportunity not only for Filipinos here in the Philippines but also the OFW’s who can access as well, all the modules and materials online anytime they want.

Step1. Go to Tesda online program website www.e-tesda.gov.ph. At the upper most portion of the website you will find login link (you are not login). Go to that link.

Step2. Start creating your account. Fill out the needed information in the given form. Then click create an account. A message will be sent to your given email address to activate your account.

Step3. Once you have your tesda account you can now enroll to your chosen course. Login to your account. You will be redirected to tesda online program homepage where you will see the list of courses.

Step4. Click the course you want to take.

Step5. Courses are divided into modules. Choose link of the module you want to study.

Step6. At the lower left tab you will read; Enroll me in this course.

Step7. Confirm your enrollment by choosing; in the popup window.

Step8 Congratulations you are now enrolled to your chose online program.

Guidelines And Documents Needed For Any Corrections In Birth Certificate (Name, Gender, Etc.)


Isn’t worrying? To think as part of your identity, all the information should be correct.

What makes you feel when after all you find out that there is an error in your name or any information in your birth certificate?

Probably, you might also think the documents need to comply and the guidelines you should follow. Not to mention, if you are unlucky you might encounter some government employees are unapproachable.

Keep in mind, fixing this kind of issues it needs more patience and time.

That is why; in this article we gather reliable information to help you out with this matter. We hope that this article will lessen your worries in complying and fixing what needs to be corrected.

Guidelines on how to identify errors and what you should do to correct on your Birth Certificate.

COMMON ERRORS IN A BIRTH CERTIFICATE

These errors are often caused because of carelessness and typical human errors. If you think these are just a few simple mistakes, think again, because this will surely be taking part of the most hassle you'll face.

Blurred

In this case, the local civil registry should request to endorse a clear copy of birth certificate to the NSO. If both NSO and civil registry record are blurred, then the person should file a petition for correction.

Wrong Spelling

Misspelled first name, middle name, or the last name should be corrected by filing a petition or correction of clerical error.

No First Name, No Middle Name, No Last Name

If all or any of these names are blank in the birth certificate; a supplemental report should be filed to supply the missing entry. Special cases NO MIDDLE NAME:

A. IF LEGITIMATE

File a supplemental report through an affidavit indicating the missing entry and the reason why there was a failure to include the middle name.

1. If illegitimate and acknowledged by the father

In this case, file a supplemental report to enter the missing middle name. The last name of the mother shall be the middle of the child.

2. If illegitimate and not acknowledged by the father

An illegitimate child who is not recognized by the father could only bear his/her given name together with the mother’s surname, the middle name should not be supplied anymore.

B. Different from the middle name entered on the birth certificate

File a petition for correction if the last name of the mother of the child is correct and middle name of the child is wrong or if the last name of the mother in the birth certificate of the child is wrong and middle name of the child is correct.

C. Middle Names of the child and the mother in the birth certificate are wrong

In this case, a petition to correct the middle name of the child and the last name of the mother in the birth certificate should be filed at the Regional Trial Court of the province where the civil registry is located. Prepare any supporting document showing the correct middle name of the child.

D. Interchanged middle and last name

This kind of error is considered error encoding and could be corrected by filing a petition for correction of clerical error.

E. For compound middle names like Dela Cruz, Quintos Deles, Villa Roman

The middle initial that should be used should be the first letter of the middle name. For Dela Cruz, the middle initial should be “D”. For Quintos Deles “Q”. For Villa Roman “V”.

F. Middle initial is entered in the birth certificate instead of the full middle name

The entry should be corrected by a petition for correction of clerical error.

Special cases of ILLEGITIMATE CHILD LAST NAME:

A. If born before August 3, 1988

• If acknowledged by both parents the child shall use the surname of the father.
• If the child is recognized by only one of the parents, a child shall use the surname of the recognizing parent.
• Child under the surname of the mother and acknowledged by the father through authentic writing. The authentic writing executed by the father can be used as the basis for you to use his last name.

B. If born after August 3, 1988

• If the birth certificate is already registered and child is under the surname of the mother and the father executed an affidavit of acknowledgment, an affidavit of acknowledgment executed by the father should be registered with the civil registry office where the birth of the child was registered. An Affidavit to Use the Surname of the Father (AUSF) should also be filed at the civil registry office where the birth is registered.

• If the birth certificate is already registered and child is under the surname of the mother and a Private Handwritten Instrument (PHI) by the father is presented, the PHI should be the basis to use the surname of the father. An Affidavit to Use the Surname of the Father (AUSF) should also be filed at the civil registry office where the birth is registered.

• If the birth certificate is not yet registered and the father acknowledges the child at the back of the birth certificate or in a separate public instrument, the father’s surname should be used by the child in the Certificate of Live Birth. The Certificate of Live Birth shall be recorded in the Register of Births.

Special cases FIRST NAME:

A. The first name used is different from the first name entered on the birth certificate

In this case, the first name in the birth certificate shall be changed by filing a petition for change of the first name.

B. The first name is “Baby Boy”, “Baby Girl”, “Boy”, “Girl”, “Baby”

• If the child is born before 1993, the above-mentioned first names are considered as if the first names were omitted; a supplemental report should be filled.

• If the child is born in 1993 onwards, names “Baby Boy”, “Baby Girl”, “Baby”, “Boy” and “Girl” are already considered as a first name and can be corrected by filing a petition for change of the first name.

WHO CAN FILE THE CORRECTION:

1. The owner of the document or any authorized representative
2. National Statistics Office
3. Owner of the record
4. Owners spouse
5. Children
6. Parents
7. Siblings
8. Grandparents
9. Guardian
10. Another person duly authorized by law or by the owner of the document sought to be corrected
11. If the owner of the record is a minor or physically or mentally incapacitated, the petition may be filed by the above-mentioned list.

WHERE TO FILE

If born in the Philippines, the petition for corrections should be filed at the Civil registry office or municipality where the birth certificate is registered. If the petition is migrated to another place within the country, the petition may be filed with the civil registry office where he/she is currently residing.

If born abroad, the petition should be filled at the Philippine Consulate Office where the birth is reported.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS NEEDED

1. Certified machine copy of the birth record containing the entry to be corrected;
2. At least two (2) private or public documents which could be the basis of correction such as baptismal certificate, voters affidavit, employment record, GSIS/SSS record, medical record, business record, driver’s license, insurance, land titles, certificate of land transfer, bank passbook, NBI/police clearance, civil registry records of ascendants;
3. Notice/Certificate of Posting
4. Filing fee
5. Other documents which may be required by the concerned civil registrar.

Note: "If you are considered as an indigent petitioner, the filing fee should be free of charge. This is in accordance of the Implementing Rules and Regulations, section 8 of the law as amended by RA 10172 which states that “an indigent petitioner refers to a destitute, needy and poor individual who is certified as such by the social welfare and development office of the city/municipal government.”

7 Fashion Style Mistakes That Are Making You Look Old And Bigger

Is it true that we need to 'dress to impress'?

Well, studies show that first impressions take about 7 to 17 seconds to form and more than half of someone's opinion of you is determined by your looks.

So like it or not, your clothes will let your date get a glimpse of who you are before you even start in on any conversations.

Here are a few mistakes which are the reason we look much older and much fatter than we really are.

1. Wearing too much black

Though black is elegant in several occasions, it becomes unflattering when we get old.

Our skin tends to become whiter and wearing dark clothes and having black hair creates too much contrast that draws attention to the the wrinkles, dark circles etc.

Sweeten the black hair shade in some brown shade and you will get rid of at least 5 years. And if you are a fan of the little black dress, you should wear a colorful accessory.

2. You are hiding

We wear clothes to cover our nakedness, but we should not wear them to hide us underneath. Usually we buy the wrong size of clothes. If you insist on wearing classic jacket, don’t choose a size that would fit even your grandmother.

3. You choose the wrong glasses

The face is the first thing people notice. If you have to wear glasses, avoid buying the first pair of frames that comes your way. Not the price, which must be the first argument for choosing a frame, but the way you look while you wear glasses. You could study the fashion magazines and see some glasses models that fit your physiognomy. Don’t avoid bolder frames. Don’t hide your eyes!

4. Wearing too long skirts

As a rule, beware of the undefined sizes. Skirt up to mid-calf doesn’t even advantage the 20 years old mannequins, for that reason give it up. The mid-knee skirt suits you best louder than the clumsy one.

5. Shopping with the wrong person

There is nothing wrong with being trendy; just you need to adapt it to your age. You can choose some fashionable accessories among youth and incorporate them with the outfits you have.

6. Scarves

A scarf may be cool, but as a replacement for of wearing on the neck, you might connect your bag handles (in a contrasting color) or you can even turn it into a silk bracelet. Moreover, beware of the small brooches worn on the lapel.

7. Watch out stumpy shoes

Platforms are still popular; however, they are not necessarily a good choice for you if you have passed 30 years and 60 pounds. Choose some slim variant for your shoes.

Pangungutang: Maaari Na Makasuhan Ngayon Ang Mga Hindi Nagbabayad Ng Utang Maging Sa Sari-Sari Store Man Ito

In the Philippines, temporary loan or also known as “utang” is extremely usual mostly for those who are constantly having a difficult time attempting to make their ends meet and sometimes, not all loan creditors are getting back what was leased from them.

Do you constantly find yourself a victim of loan borrowers who are just good to you when they need money but will soon be out of reach when it’s time to recompense their debt already?

This is the reason why the Supreme court is pushing for a quick and easy method of gathering debt payment instead of filing a criminal case for culprits; this will be viable under the revised small claims method.

Under this new system, it will be simplier to file a civil case within metropolitan and municipal trial court and the conclusion will be released in just 30 days upon filing the profess.

This is Supreme Court’s solution to the raising quantity of cases filed in the court against money profess.

The current system will also have an inexpensive filing fee and less lucky complainants could also have a dispensation if they’re indigent or not financially able to recompense the fee.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno clarified:

“Ito po ay abot-kayang hustisya. Sapagkat sa pananaw naming, wala pong maliit na halaga na hindi dapat ayusin ng hustisya. Sa small claims, sisiguraduhin natin na ang batas ay maging simple, mabilis, mura.”

Lawyer’s assistance will longer require if the money profess isn’t over 200, 000 pesos, the complainants will just require to fill out the small claims for and pass required supporting documents.

The altered small claims will cover money profess from loan, debt, rent, services, and mortages.

As soon as the complainant order the case, the court will tell the defendant and need them to answer the said complaint and will schedule a hearing in just 30 days.

Should both partied did not concur to settle their money claim problem; the judge will quickly release a decision of the case within 24 hours.

But, for the system not to be misapplied, extra charges will be applied for every extra defendant. There’s an additional charge when a person files a case for over 5x a year.

Based to Supreme Court, in 2016, approximately 13, 000 small profess cases were solved, much higher from 10, 000 cases found a solution in 2015.

Read the FAQs below for further information:
Source:ABS-CBN

Starting January 2020 the Maximum Maternity Financial Assistance Will Rise Up to P70,000 from SSS

According to President and CEO Aurora Ignacio, this was followed by the implementation of Republic Act no. 11210 or Expanded Maternity Leave Act and SSS Act of 2018.

Before it was only P32,000 Maternity benefit that a mother can get from SSS now it will rise up to P70,000.

Law implemented state that “All working mothers in the government and private sector are guaranteed with 105 days of paid maternity leave credits, with 7 days transferable to fathers. An additional 15 days of paid leave will be granted to single mothers”.

Employed women were previously entitled to 60 days of paid leave for normal delivery and 78 days for cesarean delivery.

The new law also gives mothers the option to extend their leave for another 30 days without pay, provided that the employer is given due notice in writing at least 45 days ahead before the end of the maternity leave.

The law also applies to every instance of pregnancy, removing the 4-pregnancy cap. It shall be applied to all female workers regardless of civil status.

For cases of miscarriage or emergency termination of pregnancy, a 60-day paid maternity leave shall be granted to a female worker.

This June 27, 2019 another good news approved with the connection of double Maternity Benefits that a mother can get from SSS particularly for those working moms.

It said that the reason of increase is because of the approving new minimum and maximum monthly salary credit.

Additionally, Ignacio said that starting when Expanded Maternity Leave Act was implemented, over 122,000 mothers were already avail the said benefits.

From January to April this year, over 15.09 percent compared last year with same months was increased. This is why total of Maternity Benefits will reach P2.67 Billion.

Indeed, it is really great news especially for mothers who need extra days/leave and financial assistance to their newly born child so that they can give extra care for them.

Get a Job In DOTr: List of DOTr Job Vacancies

Philippine government’s executive department tasked to maintain and to help expand the transportation systems of the country is the Department of Transportation (DOTr). Moreover, they are also responsible in ensuring that all transportation services in the country are efficient, safe, and dependable.

Their mission is to provide relevant quality training and development programs that will help shape the knowledge, skills, behaviors and attitudes of the personnel in the Department, in its sectoral, regional and attached offices in support of the mission and objectives of the DOTr.

At present, they are looking for reliable people to help serve the public more. If you think you can be one of them, what are you waiting for? Apply now!

Here are the lists of the job vacancies under multiple positions: Administrative Officer II (Human Resource Management Officer I), Administrative Aide II (Bookbinder), and Administrative Officer IV (Human Resource Management Officer II).

Documentary requirements for application

Should you show any interest in these DOTr job vacancies; and in applying for any of these posts, be sure that you have the following ready:

Duly accomplished Personal Data Sheet (PDS) revised 2018;
Work Experience Sheet;
Application letter. The letter should indicate which position an applicant is applying for;
Service Record and/or Certificate of Employment (CoE);
Comprehensive Resume with one (1) 2×2 colored picture;
Certified true copy of authenticated CSC Eligibility/Board Results/BAR results;
Authenticated Copy of the Transcript of Records (ToR);
Certificates of the seminars and/or training attended;
Performance rating in the latest rating period (only if applicable);
Certification of the units earned in post graduate studies (Masters/Doctorate); and
Other credentials that would help in identifying the skills of applicants

Administrative Officer II (Human Resource Management Officer I)

Number of vacancies: Two (2)
Item Nos:
OSEC-DOTrB-ADOF2-93-2018;
OSEC-DOTrB-ADOF2-94-2018;
Salary Grade: 11
Monthly Salary: P20,754.00
Education Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree
No Experience Required
No Training Required
Eligibility Requirement: CS Professional and/or Second (2nd) Level Eligibility
Job duties and responsibilities:
Maintain training needs;
Prepare trainees/recapitulation/participants’ profile;
Participate in the manual and/or hand out preparation;
Make a variety of study and research works or training and/or reading materials;
Assistance in both the facilitation and conduction of Training Program/s; and
Perform other functions that may be assigned to him/her at any given time.

Administrative Aide II (Bookbinder I)
Number of vacancies: One (1)
Item No: OSEC-DOTrB-ADA2-62-2018
Salary Grade: 02
Monthly Salary: P11,761.00
Education Requirement: At least elementary school graduate
No Experience Required
No Training Required
Eligibility Requirement: No eligibility required (MC No. 10,s. 2013-CAT.III)
Job duties and responsibilities:
Assist in the preparations of training programs (in house);
Sending out (delivery) and receiving of documents to and from other offices;
Maintain orderly files on documents;
Take care of visitors’ needs and requirements;
Provide clerical and administrative support to the whole division;
Sort documents to ease confusion;
Answer the telephone for inquiries and concerns;
Operate the photocopier and other relevant office equipment; and
Perform other duties as requested by supervisors from time to time

Administrative Officer IV (Human Resource Management Officer II)
Number of vacancies: One (1)
Item No: OSEC-DOTrB-ADOF4-89-2018
Salary Grade: 15
Monthly Salary: P30,531.00
Education Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree
One (1) year of relevant experience
Four (4) hours of relevant training
Eligibility Requirement: CS Professional and/or Second (2nd) Level Eligibility
Job duties and responsibilities:
Attend to queries and complaints of both officials and employees;
Prepare all materials needed in presentations;
Coordinate with concerned offices on different division and matters;
Conduct orientation and/or re-orientation on the policies of the division and personnel;
Records Management

Perform relevant secretariat functions such as PRAISE Committee, SALNs-Review, Personnel Selection Board, Uniform Committees, Compliance Committee, and Performance Management Committee;

Assist in the organization, planning, and coordination, and ultimately, supervising staff who are engaged in personnel actions under general supervision:

Performance management
Time and attendance monitoring
Appointment processing
Salary and leave benefits administration
Incentives and awards
Operate basic computer application systems such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, etc.
Must be exemplary in public relations and must have required trustworthiness for public servants; and
Prepare both routine and non-routine communications proficiently

How can applicants apply?

All people who are interested to apply can apply directly at this address:
Personnel Division
Department of Transportation, Unit 2524
DOTr Compound, Pinatubo Street cor. Sergio Osmeña St.,
Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga

Deadline of application is on the 28th of October 2019.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Failure to provide all required documentation will result to the application being rejected and disqualified automatically.

“Applicants who respond to this announcement online would still be required to submit hard copies of their application letters and authenticated supporting documents in sealed envelopes. In case where they apply for more than one (1) position, they are likewise required to submit separate sets of documents per position.”

Be a part of the public sector of the Philippines! Don’t miss this opportunities.

National ID: Uumpisahan Na Ang Pagpapa-rehistro ng PHILIPPINE ID SYSTEM (National ID) Para Sa Lahat Ng Pilipino

It is stated that all Filipino citizens and registered aliens would be required to register through the government’s central identification platform.

Recently Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte signed the bill on the national identification system to law or Philippine Identification System (PhilSys).

Here are the important informations on how to avail the National I.D which are listed below:

Where you can get the National I.D?

You can now get the National I.D in the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) formerly known as (NSO) or National Statistics Office in your area. Feel free to inquire on how to get National I.D.

Is there any a charge or fee to get the National I.D?

It is absolutely free on the first time you get it. However, if you lost it, you should get an Affidavit of Loss + the replacement fee (more or less 100+php) for the lost I.D Card.

So you better take care of your card.

When it will be start to implement? This will be start on December 2018 as per signed by President Rodrigo Duterte.

Is the National I.D will expire?

According to the PhilSys I.D card is lifetime. There will be no expiration once you have your National I.D.

Additionally, apart from the National I.D System, PRC License, Philippine Passport, and LTO Driver’s License are among those valid I.Ds that is acknowledged and valid.

The system will collect a person’s demographic data which includes:

-Your full name
-Gender
-Date of birth
-Blood type
-Address
-Citizenship

According to rappler biometric information will also be recorded, including a front-facing photograph, full set of fingerprints, and iris scan. Collected information will be handled and secured by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).

Anti Dengue Hacks: Guaranteed Safe and Effective To Keep Mosquitoes Away

If others believe that garlic keeps the vampire away, well it can be possible in mosquitoes too!

Since mosquitoes are soft-bodied insects the garlic juice can be very toxic to them in increased concentrations.

Garlic has historically been used to repel blood sucking insects in gardens. It is commonly grown to act as a natural insect repellent because the pungent aroma acts like natures deodorant.

The juice does not harm humans, pets or plants, but to mosquitoes it can be deadly. The odor of garlic chases them away for as long as they can detect the odor.

The odor of sprayed garlic juice becomes undetectable to humans within minutes, but mosquitoes can detect odor as much as 10,000 times better than a human.

So even though you can't smell the garlic, they can and they will stay away from area that has garlic-smell for up to a month or longer.

Garlic is a super strong natural antibiotic that kills most infections if used properly. In fact, prior to the invention of antibiotics garlic was one of the primary ways people killed bacterial infections.

In a facebook post from Gretchen Montero Aquino, she shared this anti dengue hacks that truly effective after she tried it. It says in her post:

“Effective nga.. kahapon pa walang lamok sa bahay. Mas effective sa katol mo.”

(It is truly effective… since yesterday there are no more mosquito here in the house. It is really effective compare to mosquito coil.)

She was thankful to the owner who shared also this life hack to get rid of mosquitoes. So the moment she found this shared post, she tried it and immediately post and share it too, she added.

How to make Anti Dengue Hacks Using Garlic?

Materials:

Sakto Bottle (Coke/Sprite/Royal)
1 clove garlic
Tooth pick
Water

Preparation:

In a sakto Bottle (Coke/Sprite/Royal) fill the clean water. Then, peel 1 clove garlic. Using a match stick or tooth pick, poke the garlic and hang it on the mouth of the bottle as seen on the picture (make sure the other end of the garlic is dipped in water). Make sure to place bottle on a flat surface to avoid spillage. Change water and garlic every 1 - 2 weeks

Make as much as you can, so your house will guard from the blood sucker insects especially mosquitoes. You can also place it in your garden so they won’t get inside your house.

Must try this anti dengue hacks since dengue cases are being rampant nowadays; hope you find this article helpful. You can also share this to help others too and get rid of with mosquitoes!

Good News! To All Qualified Indigent Senior Citizen Will Receive Social Pension Clears DSWD.

The Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010 or Republic Act 9994 will provide that only indigent older persons are covered by the Social Pension Program, this clarifies again Officer-in-Charge Emmanuel C. Leyco of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

It state that, the law specifies only seniors qualified to receive the P500 monthly pension under the Social Pension Program of the Department are those who are frail, sickly or with disability; without any pension from other government agencies; and without a permanent source of income or source of financial assistance/compensation to support their basic needs.

Unfortunately, the budget for the Social Pension Program is limited. OIC Leyco explained that inasmuch as DSWD would want to include all senior citizens.

After eight years of implementation, many seniors are still asking why they are not included in the program he said.

About last year data, DSWD targeted some 2,809,542 indigent senior citizens for the Social Pension Program with a budget of P17, 107,527, 000.

According to DSWD for 2018, a total of three million indigent older persons are set to receive the monthly social pension with a total fund allocation of P19, 282,542,000.

The social workers of the local government units (LGUs) are tasked to conduct a validation/assessment to determine the qualified indigent senior citizens from the list submitted by the Senior Citizens Affairs Office (OSCA).

The validated list will then be submitted to the DSWD for final assessment the OIC further explained.

Aside from that, on the other issues regarding anomalies in the selection of beneficiaries, “Although issues of exclusion and inclusion may happen somewhere, the final list should still be validated by DSWD.

Furthermore, the Department’s regional offices are constantly monitoring the implementation of the program. If you hear of or witness any anomaly, report this immediately to any DSWD regional office or even inform us through our social media accounts.

Rest assured that we do not tolerate any corrupt practice in our program/project implementation,” he said.

This to help DSWD ensure that only the rightful beneficiaries should receive the pension OIC Leyco also included.

UCT for seniors

“Aside from the monthly pension of P500, the three million social pensioners for this year will also receive an additional P200 monthly subsidy under the Unconditional Cash Grant provided for by the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law.

The cash grant will be distributed to them in a lump sum of P2,400 within the month of March 2018. By the year of 2019 and 2020 target, the UCT subsidy will be increased to P300 per month he also added.” he also announced.

Pressure Points in Our Hands and Feet That Will Make Our Entire Body To Feel Better

According to ancient oriental beliefs, every organ in the human body has a representative pressure point in the hand and the foot.

Acupressure is one of the most popular therapies for Self Treatment, massaging and applying pressure to some point of our hand and foot for about 10 minutes should alleviate pain, cure diseases and make us feel much better.

Acupressure is a natural curing therapy for relieving various problems in human body.

As Acupressure has no side effects, it is most used healing technique all over the world, to heal diseases like Headache/Migraine, Sinus Congestion, Stomach Problems, Diabetes, Insomnia, Back pain, Neck pain etc.

Acupressure technique has a few common pressure points that are very effective for Self Healing.

Any person, who has a little knowledge about Acupressure, can easily apply Acupressure Points for Self Treatment.

Get to know the most important pressure points in the hands and feet:

Important pressure points in the Hands.

Which body part each number influences:

Direction : Massage and apply a pressure to the point in which you feel the pain for about 10 minutes.

Important pressure points in the Feet

Which body part each number influences:

Direction : Massage and apply a pressure to the point in which you feel the pain for about 10 minutes.

How to Tell If Your Eggs Came From a Sick or Healthy Chicken

Everyone love eggs, especially for their breakfast. Some like them in fried, scrambled, poached, or boiled, but a better egg always makes a better breakfast.

However, you may have been unaware that you have been eating unhealthy eggs in your entire life.

Basically, a healthy egg comes from a healthy chicken, for the nutrients enjoyed by a well-fed chicken are passed on to their eggs.

To get the needed nutrients, a chicken must have its own free space to move and fresh air, as well as a variety of foods and eats whatever it needs.

This includes bugs, snakes, rodents, whatever they can find and slow down long enough to eat.

A chicken locked in a tiny hatch for its entire life simply will not have the same quality of eggs as free-range chickens.

You need to learn how to tell which eggs are good and healthy. How does a good quality egg look like?

Here are some characteristics that may help you distinguish a good egg from a bad.

Yolk color.

Most people are accustomed to eggs with bright or light yellow yolks. This actually isn’t the ideal color for an egg yolk.

Chicken egg yolks should be orange—the deeper the color, the better. Check out a few different eggs to compare colors and ensure that your supplier offers across-the-board good eggs.

Yolk thickness.

Yolks from healthy chickens tend to be thicker and rounder.

This means better taste and more nutrients. You need to examine the thickness of the egg yolk when determining the quality of an egg.

Shell thickness and density.

If the egg cracks easily than it is not a good-quality egg.

Chickens which have a rich diet and a good overall health produce very strong eggs. If an egg is really healthy its shell should be very difficult to crack.

Research backs up the importance of good nutrition in chickens. A report from the Oxford Journal notes that increasing a chicken’s intake of beta-carotene increases the amount of beta carotene that is in its eggs.

The Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry claims that increasing DHA levels in a chicken’s diet affected the omega-3 fatty acids found in its eggs.

How to find the best eggs?

With the growth of the agricultural industry and the increase in homesteading, you may have plenty of options for eggs.

If you have space for a few chickens, you may well be able to raise your own chickens and get more than enough eggs for your family.

They can eat the scraps from your garden, keep your bug population down, and give you the most delicious eggs you’ve ever had.

Also, you can contact local farms and ask about their chicken raising habits. If they let their hens roam freely and don’t force them to follow a vegetarian diet, it may be worth giving their eggs a try.

You should definitely make an effort and try the eggs with orange yolk. We can guarantee that this effort will pay off as soon as you taste the difference!

Palm Reading: Check If These Lines On Your Hand Connect

The art of palm reading is called palmistry and has been practiced for centuries in Asia and South America.

Even Aristotle believes in palm reading and once stated: “Lines are not written into the human hand without reason."

So, if you’re interested in learning how to read your palm, learn how to read the lines on your hands by looking at the line below your fingers.

This line is called the 'line of marriage' and can tell a lot about your love life.

Same Height

If the lines have the same height on both hands, it means that you will like and accept your partner for who they are.

Higher line on the right hand

If your right hand palm line is higher, it means that you’re not conservative in social standards and do only what you want to do.

Higher line on the left hand

If the left hand palm line is higher than your right line, it signifies that you’re a fearless person who isn’t scared of taking difficult challenges head on.

Try giving it for yourself? What have you got to lose?

Birth Month Personality - What Does Your Birth Month Say about You

Which Baby Are You? What does your birth month says about you?

The month that we are born can say a lot about who we were destined to be when we were born.

Determining a person’s character using the birth month is also a standard practice in numerology.

Scientists and statisticians have found that birth months affect everything from chosen career to attitude.

Read ahead to find out how your birth month affects your life.

JANUARY BABY

Pretty/handsome. Loves to dress up. Easily bored. Fussy. Seldom shows emotions. Takes time to recover when hurt. Sensitive. Down-to-Earth. Stubborn.
Re-post this in 5 mins and you will meet someone new in 8 days that will perfectly balance your personality.

FEBRUARY BABY

Abstract thoughts. Loves reality and abstract. Intelligent and clever. Changing personality. Attractive. sexiest out of everyone. Temperamental. Quiet, shy and humble.

Honest and loyal. Determined to reach goals. Loves freedom. Rebellious when restricted. Loves aggressiveness. Too sensitive and easily hurt.

Gets angry really easily but does not show it.

Dislikes unnecessary things. Loves making friends but rarely shows it. Horny. Daring and stubborn. Ambitious. Realizing dreams and hopes. Sharp. Loves entertainment and leisure. Romantic on the inside not outside. Superstitious and ludicrous. Spendthrift.

Tries to learn to show emotions. Re-post this in 5 mins and you will talk to someone new and realize that you are a perfect match.

MARCH BABY

Attractive personality. sexy. Affectionate Shy and reserved. Secretive. Naturally honest, generous and sympathetic. Loves peace and serenity. Sensitive to others. Great kisser. Easily angered.

Trustworthy. Appreciative and returns kindness. Hardly shows emotions. Tends to bottle up feelings. Observant and assesses others.

If you re-post this in the next 5 mins, you will meet your new love in 8 days.

APRIL BABY

Suave and compromising. Funny and humorous. Stubborn. Very talkative. Calm and cool. Kind and sympathetic. Concerned and detailed. Loyal. Does work well with others. Very confident. Sensitive. Positive Attitude. Thinking generous.

Good memory. Clever and knowledgeable. Loves to look for information. Able to cheer everyone up and/or make them laugh. Able to motivate oneself and others. Understanding. Fun to be around. Outgoing. Hyper. Bubbly personality. Secretive.

Boy/girl crazy. Loves sports, music, leisure and travelling. Systematic. hot but has brains. If you re-post this in 5 mins, a cutie that's caught your eye will introduce themselves and you will realize that you are very much alike in the next 2 days.

MAY BABY

Stubborn and hard-hearted . Strong-willed and highly motivated. Sharp thoughts. Easily angered. Attracts others and loves attention. Deep feelings. Beautiful physically and mentally. Firm Standpoint. Needs no motivation. Shy towards opposite sex. Easily consoled.

Systematic (left brain). Loves to dream. Strong clairvoyance. Understanding. Sickness usually in the ear and neck. Good imagination. Good physical. Weak breathing. Loves literature and the arts. Loves travelling. Dislike being at home. Restless. Not having many children. Hardworking. High spirited.

If you re-post this in the next 5 minutes, you will become close to someone you do not speak to much in the next 4 days.

JUNE BABY

You've got the best personality and are an absolute pleasure to be around. You love to make new friends and be outgoing. You are a great flirt and more than likely have an a very attractive partner. a wicked hottie.

It is also more than likely that you have a massive record collection. You have a great choice in films, and may one day become a famous actor/actress yourself - heck, you've got the looks for it!!!

In the next 6 days you will meet someone that may possibly become one of your closest friends, if you re-post this in 5 minutes.

JULY BABY

Fun to be with. Secretive. Difficult to fathom and to be understood. Quiet unless excited or tensed. Takes pride in oneself. Has reputation. Easily consoled. Honest.

Concerned about people's feelings. Tactful. Friendly. Approachable. Emotional temperamental and unpredictable. Easily hurt. Witty and sparkly. snazzy at times. Not revengeful. Forgiving but never forgets. dislikes nonsensical and unnecessary things.

Guides others physically and mentally. Sensitive and forms impressions carefully. Caring and loving. Treats others equally. Strong sense of sympathy. Wary and sharp. Judges people through observations. Hardworking. No difficulties in studying. Loves to be with friends . Always broods about the past and the old friends. Waits for friends. Never looks for friends. Not aggressive unless provoked. Loves to be loved. Easily hurt but takes long to recover.

Re-post this in the next 5 mins and your reputation will boost someway in the next 12 days

AUGUST BABY

Outgoing personality. takes risks. feeds on attention. no self control. kind hearted. self confident. loud and boisterous.

VERY revengeful. easy to get along with and talk to. has an "every thing's peachy" attitude. likes talking and singing. loves music. daydreamer. easily distracted. Hates not being trusted. BIG imagination. loves to be loved.

Hates studying. in need of "that someone". longs for freedom. rebellious when withheld or restricted. lives by "no pain no gain" caring. always a suspect. playful. mysterious. "charming" or "beautiful" to everyone. stubborn. curious. independent. strong willed. a fighter.

Re-post in 5 mins and you will meet the love of your life sometime next month.

SEPTEMBER BABY

Active and dynamic. Decisive and haste but tends to regret. Attractive and affectionate to oneself. Strong mentality. Loves attention. Diplomatic.

Consoling, friendly and solves people's problems. Brave and fearless. Adventurous. Loving and caring. Suave and generous. Usually you have many friends. Enjoys to make love. Emotional. Stubborn. Hasty. Good memory. Moving, motivates oneself and others.

Loves to travel and explore. Sometimes sexy in a way that only their lover can understand. if you do not re-post this in the next 5 mins, someone very close to you will become mad at you in the next 8 days.

OCTOBER BABY

Loves to chat. Loves those who love them. Loves to takes things at the center. Inner and physical beauty. Lies but doesn't pretend. Gets angry often.

Treats friends importantly. Brave and fearless. Always making friends. Easily hurt but recovers easily. Daydreamer. Opinionated. Does not care to control emotions.

Unpredictable. Extremely smart, but definitely the hottest AND sexiest of them all. re-post this in 5 mins or you will not meet the love of your life for 10 years.

NOVEMBER BABY

Trustworthy and loyal. Very passionate and dangerous. Wild at times. Knows how to have fun. Sexy and mysterious.

Everyone is drawn towards your inner and outer beauty and independent personality. Playful, but secretive. Very emotional and temperamental sometimes. Meets new people easily and very social in a group. Fearless and independent.

Can hold their own. Stands out in a crowd. Essentially very smart. Usually, the greatest men are born in this month. If you ever begin a relationship with someone from this month, hold on to them because their one of a kind. re-post in 5 mins & you will excel in a major event coming up sometime this month.

DECEMBER BABY

This straight-up means you're the most good-looking person possible... better than all of these other months! Loyal and generous. Patriotic. Competitive in everything. Active in games and interactions. Impatient and hasty.

Ambitious. Influential in organizations. Fun to be with. Easy to talk to, though hard to understand. Thinks far with vision, yet complicated to know. Easily influenced by kindness. Polite and soft-spoken. Having lots of ideas. Sensitive. Active mind. Hesitating, tends to delay. Choosy and always wants the best. Temperamental.

Funny and humorous. Loves to joke. Good debating skills. Has that someone always on his/her mind. Talkative. Daydreamer. Friendly. Knows how to make friends. Abiding. Able to show character. one guy/girl kind of person. Lovable. Easily hurt. Prone to getting colds. loves music.

Here's How To Enroll In Tesda For 6 Foreign Languages Courses

If you want to study foreign languages such as Nihonggo, Spanish, Korean, Mandarin, Arabic and English, you can go to Language Skills Institute of TESDA as they are currently offering these courses for FREE.

Aspiring students who want to learn different languages can take a look on the available schedules for 2018.

The enrollment is on first come first serve basis so basically it is better to register for a slot as early as possible.

Criteria and Requirements

- Must be Filipino (any gender)

- Aged 18 years old and above

- At least High School graduate

Lists of Available Foreign Language with Duration

1. Basic Korean Language and Culture – 100 hours (verify if this course is still being offered in 2018)

2. Basic Japanese Language (Nihongo) and Culture – 150 hours

3. Basic Chinese Language (Mandarin) and Culture – 100 hours

4. Basic Spanish Language – 100 hours

5. Basic Arabic Language and Saudi / Gulf Culture – 100 hours

6. Basic English Language – 100 hours

Documents Needed during the Application

Applicants should bring any of the following documents:

- Original copy of birth certificates from NSO

- 1×1 (3pcs) and 2 x 2 photo (1pc) with white background

- Transcript of Records

- College or high school diploma

- Training or competency certificates issued by TESDA.

- 1 long brown envelop

Once you have all the needed documents you can proceed to TESDA- Language Skills Institute near your place.

Schedule

Currently, the available schedule is morning and afternoon from Mondays to Fridays. There is no school schedule for Evenings and Weekends.

* Morning schedule starts at 7:30am to 11:30am

* Afternoon schedule starts at 12:30pm to 4:30pm.

NO EVENING OR WEEKEND CLASSES

Note: Course availability varies on each center.

If you want to study any of the listed foreign language course you can go directly to Tesda Language Skills Institute (LSI). For your own safety don’t leave on the comments any of your personal details.

You can visit: TESDA Language Skills Institutes for more details.

Region I

Address: TESDA LSI - Marcos Agro Industrial School, Marcos, Ilocos Norte Brgy. Lydia, Marcos, Ilocos Norte

Contact: (077) 784 7956

Address: TESDA LSI - Regional Training Center - San Fernando, La Union Catbangen, San Fernando City, La Union

Contact and Email: (072) 242 5584 / 700 0613 rtc_tesda1@yahoo.com

Region II

Address: TESDA LSI - Regional Training Center - Tuguegarao , Cagayan Consuelo Village, Pengue, Tuguegarao, Cagayan

Contact and Email: (078) 844 4224 / 846 8619 rtc02_tesda@yahoo.com / tesdartc@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI - Southern Isabela College of Arts and Trades, Santiago, Isabela Provincial road, Caloocan, santiago City, Isabela

Contact and Email: (078) 682 3924 / 682 8654 sicat_tesda@yahoo.com

Region III

Address: TESDA LSI - Cabanatuan Provincial capitol, Nueva Ecija Old CapitolCmpd., Cabanatuan , Nueva Ecija (044) 463-1904

Address: TESDA LSI – Southern Isabela College of Arts and Trades, Santiago, Isabela MacArthur Highway, Tabang, Guiguinto, Bulacan

Contact and Email: (044) 794-4767 korphil_bul@yahoo.com

Region IV A

Address: TESDA LSI – Jacobo Z. Gonzales Memorial School of Arts and Trades, Biñan, Laguna San Antonio, Biñan, Laguna

Contact and Email: (049) 511-6133 jzg_msat@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI – Regional Training Center, Batangas P. Herrera Street, Batangas City

Contact and Email: (043) 300-0388 rtccalabarzon@yahoo.com

Region IV B

Address: TESDA LSI – Puerto Prinsesa School of Arts and Trades, Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan Felix Rafols, Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa City

Contact and Email: (048) 433-2224 / 433-4364 tesda.ppsat@yahoo.com / ppsat.tesda@gmail.comv

Address: TESDA LSI – Likha Ka Provincial Capitol, Calapan City Provincial Capitol Compound, Camilmil, Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro

Contact and Email: (043) 288-2352 tesda_ormin@yahoo.com

Region V

Address: TESDA LSI – Regional Training Center – Pili, Camarines Sur San Jose, Pili, Camarines Sur

Contact and Email: (054) 477-7204 tesdartc5@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI – San Francisco Institute of Science and Technology, Malilipot, Albay San Francisco, Malilipot, Albay

Contact: (052) 830-5093 / 830-1874

Region VI

Address: TESDA LSI – Regional Training Center – Iloilo City Zamora St., Iloilo City

Contact: (033) 337-0739

Address: TESDA LSI – New Lucena Polytechnic College, New Lucena, Iloilo Don Epifacio Sonza Sr. Ave, New Lucena, Iloilo

Contact and Email: (033) 526-2015 / 396-0562 nlpc_8596@yahoo.com

Region VII

Address: TESDA LSI – Regional Training Center – Cebu City Archbishop Reyes Ave., Banilad, Cebu CityContact and Email: (032) 412-7267 rtcvii@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI – Provincial Training Center – Jagna, Bohol Poblacion, Jagna, Bohol

Contact: (038) 531-0018

Region VIII

Address: TESDA LSI – Regional Training Center – Tacloban City San Gerardo Subdivision, Brgy. Abucay, Tacloban City

Contact and Email: (053) 321-8249 /523-9229 tesda8rtc@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI – Balicuatro College of Arts and Trades, Allen, Northern Samar Sabang Zone 2, Allen, Northern Samar

Contact and Email: (055) 300-2125 tesdabcat@yahoo.com

Region IX

Address: TESDA LSI – Regional Training Center – Zamboanga City San Roque, Zamboanga City

Contact: (062) 991-9586

Address: Prov'l. Trng Center Sindangan ZDN Goleo, Sindangan, Zamboanga del Norte

Contact and Email: (065) 224-2227 tesdaptc_zn@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI – Dipolog School of Fisheries, Zamboanga del Norte Olingan, Dipolog City, Zamboanga del Norte

Contact and Email: (065) 212-7248 / 212-5237 dsf_zn9@yahoo.com.ph

Region X

Address: TESDA LSI – TESDA Cagayan de Oro Bugo School of Arts and Trades, Cagayan de Oro City Bugo, Cagayan de Oro City

Contact and Email: (08822) 742-576 / 740404 cobsat@yahoo.com

Address: Regional Training Center - Iligan City Maria Cristina Road, Maria Cristina, Iligan City

Contact and Email: (063) 223-6541 tesdartciligan@yahoo.com

Region XI

Address: TESDA LSI – Regional Training Center – Korea - Philippines Vocational Training Center, Davao City Buhisan, Tibungko, Davao City

Contact and Email: (082) 236-0556 / 238-0007 / 09193885250 tesdartckorphil@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI – Carmelo de los Cientos National Trade School, Digos, Davao del Sur Padada, Davao del Sur

Contact and Email: (082) 272-0295 ccnts11@yahoo.com.ph

Region XII

Address: TESDA LSI – Surallah National Agricultural School, Surallah, South Cotabato Brgy. Dajay, Surallah, South Cotabato

Contact and Email: (083) 238-5111 / 238-3050

Address: TESDA LSI – Cotabato City TESDA Extension Office - Cotabato City ORC Compound, Cotabato City

Contact and Email: (064) 421-4460 / 421-6108 ptccot_12@yahoo.com

ARMM

Address: TESDA LSI – ARMM Regional Manpower Development Center, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao Rebekun, Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao

Contact and Email: (064)429-0091 rmdc@tesda-armm.ph

Address: TESDA LSI – Zamboanga Regional Coordination Office – Zamboanga City, 2nd Flr. LHB Bldg. Veterans Ave. Zamboanga City

Contact: (062) 990-2959

CAR

Address: TESDA LSI – Regional Training Center – Baguio City Magsaysay Drive, Loakan Rd., Baguio City

Contact and Email: (074) 424-8724 / 305-2405 rtcbaguio09@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI – Provincial Training Center – Tabuk, Kalinga Bulanao, Tabuk, Kalinga

Contact: (074)423-2126

CARAGA

Address: TESDA LSI – Agusan del Sur School of Arts and Trades, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur Gov't. Center, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur

Contact and Email: (085) 343-7709 / 343-7132 agusansat@yahoo.com

Address: TESDA LSI – Northern Mindanao School of Fisheries, Butuan City Matabao, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte

Contact and Email: (085) 343-4201 nmsf _adn@yahoo.com

NCR

Address: TESDA LSI – Lingkod Bayan Skills Development Center, Quezon City Barangay Hall, Dahlia Street, Fairview, Quezon City

Contact: (02) 937- 4248

Address: National LSI - TESDA Complex, Taguig City Bldg. 10, TESDA Complex, East Service Rd., South Superhighway, Taguig City

Email: lsi_tesda@yahoo.com

Acidosis: Signs and Symptoms that Your Body is Acidic, Know how to Alkalize It

Acidosis is harmful to the body that may affect the skin, bones, intestines and other parts of the body.

Stress and eating habits greatly contributes to acid level of the body, in addition processed foods also affects the pH level of the body and destroys the essential vitamins and minerals of the body.

Here are the symptoms of taking Acidosis:

Sciatica and stiff neck

Poor immunity

Osteoporosis

Skin problems like eczema, acne, rashes and dermatitis

Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s and dementia

Joint pain and sore muscles

Sinus problems

Chronic fatigue

Bladder and kidney infections

Cardiovascular damage that is caused by acidic plaques, high risk of heart attack and stroke

Chest pain

Candida and yeast infections

Stomach problems like bloating

Indigestion

Acid reflux and too much gas

Weight gain and obesity

Poor mental skills

Allergies

Cavities and sensitive gums

Diabetes

Too much mucus or phlegm

Chronic cough

Tips on how to Alkalize the Body:

Consuming enough amount of water can help your body in eliminate toxins and waste material.

Lemon water is known as an excellent alkalizing agent.

Consume more fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, beans and legumes.

Add them to your salads, green juices and smoothies.

Limit the dairy products, pastry, meat, coffee, soda, eggs, popcorn, soy, seafood, alcohol, artificial sweeteners, white vinegar, wheat products and fish.

Do not utilize GMOs.

Take care of your mental health.

Avoid stressful situations.

Relax your body and mind. Do yoga, swimming and meditation. Your health matters, so try to give your all in protecting it. Eat well and enjoy your energy splashes wisely.

When the body is acidic, it builds alkalizing compounds from tissues which results in the destruction of the function of the body.