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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.


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

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.


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
Food and Beverage Servicing
Waiter Servicing
Room Attendant Servicing
Bus Boy Servicing
Guest Room Attendant Servicing
Valet Servicing
Public Area Attendant Servicing
Laundry Servicing
Cellphone Servicing
Fruit Grower
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


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 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.


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.


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:


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.”

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:
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.


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
-Date of birth
-Blood type

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).