A TESDA Application form is the Form that candidates (new applicants) must fill out when applying for Assessment and Certification on the training they completed in TESDA.
A duly filled out TESDA Application form is also a requirement when candidates have to renew/revalidate their National Certificate (NC) issued by the said training institution.
To fill out a TESDA Application form, candidates must download the form from the TESDA’s website and in the given spaces write on them the training center they attended, address, name of assessment applied for, full name, work experience, training attended, passed licensure examinations, and passed competency assessments.
Candidates must also affix on the form passport-sized ID pictures and their signatures. Furthermore, they have to tick the appropriate boxes to answer the questions applicable to them. Meanwhile, candidates must leave blank the part that says “to be filled out by the Processing Officer” because the Processing Officer of TESDA will be the one to write on them.
Below is the information that candidates must fill out in the TESDA Application Form.
Printed Name (of the Applicant)
The applicant’s name written in a non-cursive way.
The Applicant’s signature is the name of the applicant written in their own handwriting style.
The Date is the month, day, and year the applicant applies for the assessment and certification.
Name of School/Training Center/Company
The name of School/Training Center/Company refers to the training institution where the applicant took the training.
The address refers to the building number, street name, district number, name of city, name of province, region, and zip code of the school/training center.
Title of Assessment Applied for
The Title of Assessment applied for is the level of qualification that the applicants wished to be assessed according to the course or training program they have taken. This includes “Full Qualification” and “Certificate of Completion.” The applicant has to tick the appropriate box.
Client Type refers to the level of qualification and/or employment status of the applicant who will take the assessment and certification test. This includes “TVET Graduating Student,” “TVET Graduate,” “Industry Worker,” or the “Skills Certificate Equivalency Program (SCEP).” The applicant has to tick the appropriate box.
Profile refers to the full name, mailing address, parents’ name, gender, civil status, contact numbers, date of birth, educational attainment, and employment status of the applicant. The applicant has to tick the respective boxes appropriate for them.
Work Experience (National Qualification-related)
Work Experience refers to the job experience of the applicant. The applicant has to write the company name, position, inclusive dates, monthly salary, status of appointment, and number of years of work experience.
Other Training/Seminars Attended (National Qualification-related)
Other training/seminars attended refers to the training and seminars taken by the applicant for the assessment and certification. The applicant has to write in the given space the title, venue, inclusive dates, training hours, and the name of the school/person who conducted them.
Licensure Examinations(s) Passed
Licensure Examination refers to the examinations that candidates have taken and passed to acquire a professional license. It also refers to the examinations that candidates took to be eligible for a government position. The applicant has to write in the given space the title, year taken, examination venue, rating, remarks, and expiry date of the license they have acquired after passing the examination.
Competency Assessment(s) Passed
Competency Assessment(s) passed refers to the other assessment examination taken and passed by the applicant. The applicant has to write in the given space the title, qualification level, industry sector, certificate number, date of issuance, and expiration date (of the certificate).
The details that applicants have to fill out on the admission slip are their names, telephone numbers, assessments applied for, official receipt numbers, and the date issued. They also have to affix their photo and signature over printed name on it.
How to Find the Nearest TESDA Assessment Center?
To find the nearest TESDA assessment center, visit the TESDA website then go to “For Institutions and Assessment Centers.” Afterward, in the given space, select the “Qualifications” that you want to be tested with, the region you are located in, and the province. Based on the information that you input, the TESDA website will show you the TESDA assessment center near you.