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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.

Your Birth Date Reveals Detailed Information About Your Personality

The Chinese history and spirituality strikes again.

They want to talk about your personality and the connection with the year you’ve been born.

Our personality is influenced by our first moments in this world. See what's your true nature according to your birth date!

It feels amazing when you have discoveries like these that will give you a glimpse of what could be your character.

Lot’s of people agreed that these tests said everything about them and what kind of characters they are.

In this article, we are going to pay attention to your birth date. See below if it can give the details you want for your personality and see if it is describing you:

1. People Born on Dates: 1, 10, 18, 19, 27, 28: NATURAL LEADERS

If you wondered who are the natural born leaders, we have the winners right here.

People born on these dates have the blood and ability to be successful as leaders. The others see them as the solution that will lead them to the final goal.

Success is the bright picture always in front of them, and they will stop at nothing until they get what they deserve.

2. People Born on Dates: 2, 6, 7, 11, 20: MOST EMPATHETIC

You can feel what’s right and wrong right away. You can cope with anything, and you always attack your problems with logic and mind.

3. People Born on Dates: 8, 17, 22, 26, 13, 24, 31: FAMILY IS WHERE YOUR HEART IS!

We are all family people. However, people born on these dates are something special. Everything around them relies on the family.

You care too much about your loved ones, and you are always ready to give them you all.

The same thing goes for your friends, as well. They are your second family and hold a special place in your heart.

4. People Born on Dates: 3, 9, 12, 15, 21, 29, 30: EXTREMELY CREATIVE!

Should I say more?

The art and culture are your passion. You can create the world of these two looking at things from every possible angle to construct the final image.

There are no boundaries for you when it comes to creativity.

5. People Born on Dates: 4, 25, 16, 5, 14, 23: SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE

Are you the one who is always seeking for an experience? – I know your friends tell you to settle down all the time because you always get those ideas to do something.

People born on these dates are the soul of the adventure. If you head on somewhere and not call this person, you are going to get bored.

How about you? What is your birth date?

We hope that this brief article is informative to you, share this post so that you can also inform others about this and might help them a lot.

If You Have One Of These Belly Button Forms Then You Want To Know This!

Belly buttons are fascinating things, and although everybody is born with one, they’re also surprisingly unique.

Most of us don’t pay much attention to our belly buttons.

Did you know that your body has its own ways of telling you what ailments and diseases you are potentially at risk for?

One indicator is actually your navel or belly button.

Some of us may even find them to be boring or burdensome. However, new research suggests that perhaps we should give them more consideration.

They can also serve as an indicator of your health and level of perceived attractiveness.

In this post we will sharet to you how your navel or belly button can signal if there’s something wrong and what to do about it. Take a look at your belly button and tell us what you see!

We listed below some of the belly button form to inform you about them:

1. Tucked Navel

- If your navel is tucked in, you’re more likely to suffer from digestive issues like constipation, as well as weight gain. Keep active and try eating lots of ginger.

2. The Outie

- If your navel protrudes, keep an eye on it. If it seems to be bulging outward more than usual, you could actually have a hernia.

3. U’- shaped

- If your navel is U-shaped, you’re more likely to have endocrine and skin related diseases. In babies, it may indicate a compromised immune system.

4. Small bump

- If your navel is concave with a small bump, you’re more prone to viruses. Take steps to strengthen your immune system.

5. Protruded, like a Button

- Is your navel protruded like a button? If it is then you have to keep an eye on it so that it doesn’t grow any bigger in size. Sometimes after lifting something heavy it may be more noticeable than usual, but if the situation doesn’t return to normal it may be the first sign of hernia.

6. Almond shaped belly button

- People whose belly button is almond shaped suffer from severe migraines and pain in the muscles and bones. It could also be a sign of brittle bones.

We hope that this brief article is informative to you, share this post so that you can also inform others about this and might help them a lot.

TESDA sa mga TAMBAY: TESDA Offers Free Training for All “TAMBAYS” And be Hired Immediately!

The word “tambay” is fundamentally those who do nothing but to stay on the streets as time passes.

You can notice many of them on sidewalks doing their drinking modes. Most of them have no job.

The Duterte government begun a crackdown against loiterers or “tambays”, whom he described as “possible problem for the public.”

The campaign is meant to encourage peace and order, strictly apply local ordinances.

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority or TESDA advice these people to undergo skills training with them and make their lots of extra time productive rather than staying on the streets waiting for the time to pass by.

If you know someone who are jobless and letting their time pass by useless, advise them to use their time through availing the free training courses offered through TESDA.

It can also retain them safe from being invited through authorities and assessed as loiterers.

TESDA gives short courses, the shortest of which only take 11 days to finish.

TESDA ALSO gives construction courses which can provide an immediate job to the completers through Build project which requires skilled construction workers.

Everybody can enroll at TESDA in spite of age, gender or status. All you have to do is to proceed to the nearest TESDA office in your region and enroll or to reserve a slot.

All courses that have National Certificate need that the trainee has completed from high school.

If you’re not a high school completer, you can still train but without an NC.

TESDA advices everyone to make our life worthwhile through learning useful skills.