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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

DUTERTE WARNING? Kill Criminal Cops One by One?






President Rodrigo Duterte warned erring cops who defied orders to go to Basilan that they would be killed if they continue with their illegal activities after their dismissal.
Duterte said during an interview with reporters  in Malacañang on Tuesday,  that he would order the policemen who chose not go to Basilan to be dismissed. Last week,  out of 310 policemen, only 53 showed up for the flight that would take them to the province.



“They should be subjected to summary dismissal, and I have requested the police to form particularly a squad and watch over these policemen that are dismissed from their posts. Most of them, the ninjas, criminals, so they are high in the list. Do not be surprised if they are killed because they are wanted and so are the police who are dismissed for committing crimes,” the President said.

 Philippine National Police chief Dir. Gen. Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa said he has already
signed the dismissal order for around 200 policemen.
 Jee Ick Joo, who was allegedly abducted by anti-drug policemen from his home in Pampanga. Investigation showed that he was killed right inside the PNP headquarters in Camp Crame, prompting Duterte to order Dela Rosa to suspend police anti-drug operations because of corruption followed by purging the police department of scalawags in uniform.

According to the President, scalawags in the police force were likely to continue their illegal activities.

They will be marked and  monitored from time to time.



President Duterte warned the policemen that will leave the service to turn on doing business with drugs for money that they will become special targets.
“I’m warning the public especially the media right now, do not be surprised if they are killed one of these days—one by one, ” he said.


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PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY

MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT

UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018

REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN

KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC

"JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES

©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Additional 2.8 Million Indigent Senior Citizens to Received Monthly Stipend from DSWD


Indigent senior citizen will be having a good news this year.  It is because the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is planning to provide a monthly stipend to 2.8 million indigent senior citizens this 2017.



Indigent senior citizen will be having a good news this year.

It is because the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is planning to provide a monthly stipend to 2.8 million indigent senior citizens this 2017.



Target beneficiaries are those who are age 60 years old and above who are frail, sickly or with a disability; with no regular income or support from family and relatives, and without a pension from private or government institutions.

The 2.8 million figure is more than double from the 1.3 million target beneficiaries last year in Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens (SPISC) Program.



The program has already an approved budget fund worth P17.94 billion this 2017, much bigger compared to P8.71 billion in 2016.

The objective of SPISC program is to grant poor senior citizens P500 to augment their daily subsistence, including their medical needs and aims to improve the living condition of eligible indigent senior citizens and to protect them from neglect and deprivation. 




DSWD is the implementing agency of the program through its 17 field offices, in partnership with local government units and with Office of the Senior Citizens Affairs.

As of January 31 this year, a total of 1,331,747 senior citizens, of the target 1,375,970 beneficiaries for 2016, were able to receive their social pension.

The conduct of payout is still ongoing for the remaining 44,223 beneficiaries.

SEE MORE:

HOW TO AVAIL MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL, BURIAL AND TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE FROM DSWD?

STEP BY STEP PROCESS ON HOW TO AVAIL OF SENIOR CITIZEN'S PENSION AND OTHER BENEFITS

HOW TO AVAIL OF FREE TUITION AND FREE EDUCATION FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM DSWD

DSWD GUIDANCE AND REQUIREMENTS: TRAVEL CLEARANCE FOR MINORS

WHO CAN AVAIL FREE MEDICINES FROM THE GOVT AND WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS?




©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Warning to OFWs: Fake Documents Could Land You in Jail

To those OFWs who submitted fake or altered documents while applying for jobs abroad, it will only be a matter of time that the authorities find out about it and to those who are applying or planning to apply for a job using forged documents, you better think again because you will only put yourselves in trouble by doing it.  In UAE, people who fake certificates to get a visa or a job will get ten years jail term,  while those who photocopy official documents and tamper with them face up to five years in jail.  In 2014, forgery of educational certificates constituted around 40% of all document fraud cases according to the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) . The Public Prosecution referred 100 cases involving the falsification of documents — with counterfeit degrees and educational certificates — representing around half of them.   “This has become a phenomenon committed mainly by those of Asian nationality as they try to find jobs or visas in the country that correspond to the falsified degree they claim to have. The forgery is usually discovered as these individuals give in their degrees to foreign affairs offices for attestation,” according to a source in public prosecution.  Suspects face charges of forging an official document, faking a stamp, and attempting to use the fake document.     The warning does not apply only on OFWs but to all expatriates. In Saudi Arabia an expatriate from other Arab country sentenced by Jeddah court to a 1.5 years in prison while fine 5000 Saudi Riyal.He will also face deportation after the prison punishment because of using a fake degree.  This expatriate use his Ph.D degree for job in private dispensary. He was informed by ministry to the local police when the employer asked him for authentication of his document.  Obtaining a fake document is easy but the authorities have ways and resources in finding out if you are submitting an authentic document and most people are not aware of it. It will  be a matter of time but they will sure find out if you submitted forged documents and press charges to the violators.  The Saudi Arabian government started mounting a crackdown on fake diplomas and other documents that land users in lucrative jobs in the kingdom by using fake degrees and credentials.  “The Ministry of Interior will apply statutory penalties on people involved in counterfeiting academic degrees,” said a statement quoting Maj. Gen. Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al-Maroal, a ministry spokesperson.  People who will be caught using fake documents will undergo trial and penalized if proven guilty, they will face jail term and be deported after serving their jail term. They will also never be allowed to enter the kingdom again according to Al-Maroal.  An investigation by the Ministry of Education has revealed a huge number of candidates— Saudis and foreigners alike — who have obtained fake degrees and diplomas from illegal agents, Arab News report said.   Fake documents are everywhere for a cost. Avoid using them and don't even think about it. Instead of landing on your dream job, you may land in jail  and that could be a nightmare.  The Department of Foreign Affairs fervently warn OFWs against submitting fake documents while applying overseas jobs to avoid getting themselves into trouble.  Here is a real life story of an OFW who worked as a nurse in Dubai submitted in an OFW forum seeking for advise:          RECOMMENDED:  10 TIPS ON HOW TO SPOT A FAKE NEWS  ASEAN LEADERS TO CREATE PROTECTION RULES FOR MIGRANT WORKERS  OFW GETS HARSH WORDS FROM OWN BROTHER  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC  "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES



To those OFWs who submitted fake or altered documents while applying for jobs abroad, it will only be a matter of time that the authorities find out about it and to those who are applying or planning to apply for a job using forged documents, you better think again because you will only put yourselves in trouble by doing it.

In UAE, people who fake certificates to get a visa or a job will get ten years jail term,  while those who photocopy official documents and tamper with them face up to five years in jail.

In 2014, forgery of educational certificates constituted around 40% of all document fraud cases according to the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) . The Public Prosecution referred 100 cases involving the falsification of documents — with counterfeit degrees and educational certificates — representing around half of them.

 “This has become a phenomenon committed mainly by those of Asian nationality as they try to find jobs or visas in the country that correspond to the falsified degree they claim to have. The forgery is usually discovered as these individuals give in their degrees to foreign affairs offices for attestation,” according to a source in public prosecution.

Suspects face charges of forging an official document, faking a stamp, and attempting to use the fake document.





The warning does not apply only on OFWs but to all expatriates. In Saudi Arabia an expatriate from other Arab country sentenced by Jeddah court to a 1.5 years in prison while fine 5000 Saudi Riyal.He will also face deportation after the prison punishment because of using a fake degree.

This expatriate use his Ph.D degree for job in private dispensary. He was informed by ministry to the local police when the employer asked him for authentication of his document.

Obtaining a fake document is easy but the authorities have ways and resources in finding out if you are submitting an authentic document and most people are not aware of it. It will  be a matter of time but they will sure find out if you submitted forged documents and press charges to the violators.

The Saudi Arabian government started mounting a crackdown on fake diplomas and other documents that land users in lucrative jobs in the kingdom by using fake degrees and credentials.

“The Ministry of Interior will apply statutory penalties on people involved in counterfeiting academic degrees,” said a statement quoting Maj. Gen. Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al-Maroal, a ministry spokesperson.

People who will be caught using fake documents will undergo trial and penalized if proven guilty, they will face jail term and be deported after serving their jail term. They will also never be allowed to enter the kingdom again according to Al-Maroal.

An investigation by the Ministry of Education has revealed a huge number of candidates— Saudis and foreigners alike — who have obtained fake degrees and diplomas from illegal agents, Arab News report said.


Fake documents are everywhere for a cost. Avoid using them and don't even think about it. Instead of landing on your dream job, you may land in jail  and that could be a nightmare.

The Department of Foreign Affairs fervently warn OFWs against submitting fake documents while applying overseas jobs to avoid getting themselves into trouble.



UAE Vice Consul Elizabeth Ramos,  added that resorting to fake diplomas “will prejudice your employment, entitlement for end-of-service benefits, and possibly, your legal status in the UAE.”
“The Philippine Consulate General advises Filipinos against the use of fake or forged documents in Dubai. Falsification of documents is punishable by law. Use of fake documents such as school diploma and training certificates for employment purposes will prejudice your employment, entitlement for end-of-service benefits, and possibly, your legal status in the UAE,” she said.
 “Please secure documents from official and legitimate sources. Do not fall prey to fixers. For your protection and benefit, use only authentic documents,” she added.


Barney Almazar, lawyer at Gulf law, said that an OFW had recently been arrested by operatives of Civilian Irregular Defense Group (CIDG) and imprisoned after it turned out the document she submitted a fake document, which she had processed by someone in the Philippines.
“In her new work, she was required to have Transcript of Records or TOR,” narrated Almazar. “She had it processed back in Manila. When the documents arrived in the UAE, she had them stamped in Abu Dhabi (because she lives there). Then, when she came back to collect her documents, it was discovered that the documents were fake. She was arrested by the Civilian Irregular Defense Group (CIDG) right away,” he said.


Here is a real life story of an OFW who worked as a nurse in Dubai submitted in an OFW forum seeking for advise:
To those OFWs who submitted fake or altered documents while applying for jobs abroad, it will only be a matter of time that the authorities find out about it and to those who are applying or planning to apply for a job using forged documents, you better think again because you will only put yourselves in trouble by doing it.  In UAE, people who fake certificates to get a visa or a job will get ten years jail term,  while those who photocopy official documents and tamper with them face up to five years in jail.  In 2014, forgery of educational certificates constituted around 40% of all document fraud cases according to the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) . The Public Prosecution referred 100 cases involving the falsification of documents — with counterfeit degrees and educational certificates — representing around half of them.   “This has become a phenomenon committed mainly by those of Asian nationality as they try to find jobs or visas in the country that correspond to the falsified degree they claim to have. The forgery is usually discovered as these individuals give in their degrees to foreign affairs offices for attestation,” according to a source in public prosecution.  Suspects face charges of forging an official document, faking a stamp, and attempting to use the fake document.     The warning does not apply only on OFWs but to all expatriates. In Saudi Arabia an expatriate from other Arab country sentenced by Jeddah court to a 1.5 years in prison while fine 5000 Saudi Riyal.He will also face deportation after the prison punishment because of using a fake degree.  This expatriate use his Ph.D degree for job in private dispensary. He was informed by ministry to the local police when the employer asked him for authentication of his document.  Obtaining a fake document is easy but the authorities have ways and resources in finding out if you are submitting an authentic document and most people are not aware of it. It will  be a matter of time but they will sure find out if you submitted forged documents and press charges to the violators.  The Saudi Arabian government started mounting a crackdown on fake diplomas and other documents that land users in lucrative jobs in the kingdom by using fake degrees and credentials.  “The Ministry of Interior will apply statutory penalties on people involved in counterfeiting academic degrees,” said a statement quoting Maj. Gen. Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al-Maroal, a ministry spokesperson.  People who will be caught using fake documents will undergo trial and penalized if proven guilty, they will face jail term and be deported after serving their jail term. They will also never be allowed to enter the kingdom again according to Al-Maroal.  An investigation by the Ministry of Education has revealed a huge number of candidates— Saudis and foreigners alike — who have obtained fake degrees and diplomas from illegal agents, Arab News report said.   Fake documents are everywhere for a cost. Avoid using them and don't even think about it. Instead of landing on your dream job, you may land in jail  and that could be a nightmare.  The Department of Foreign Affairs fervently warn OFWs against submitting fake documents while applying overseas jobs to avoid getting themselves into trouble.  Here is a real life story of an OFW who worked as a nurse in Dubai submitted in an OFW forum seeking for advise:          RECOMMENDED:  10 TIPS ON HOW TO SPOT A FAKE NEWS  ASEAN LEADERS TO CREATE PROTECTION RULES FOR MIGRANT WORKERS  OFW GETS HARSH WORDS FROM OWN BROTHER  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC  "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES

To those OFWs who submitted fake or altered documents while applying for jobs abroad, it will only be a matter of time that the authorities find out about it and to those who are applying or planning to apply for a job using forged documents, you better think again because you will only put yourselves in trouble by doing it.  In UAE, people who fake certificates to get a visa or a job will get ten years jail term,  while those who photocopy official documents and tamper with them face up to five years in jail.  In 2014, forgery of educational certificates constituted around 40% of all document fraud cases according to the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) . The Public Prosecution referred 100 cases involving the falsification of documents — with counterfeit degrees and educational certificates — representing around half of them.   “This has become a phenomenon committed mainly by those of Asian nationality as they try to find jobs or visas in the country that correspond to the falsified degree they claim to have. The forgery is usually discovered as these individuals give in their degrees to foreign affairs offices for attestation,” according to a source in public prosecution.  Suspects face charges of forging an official document, faking a stamp, and attempting to use the fake document.     The warning does not apply only on OFWs but to all expatriates. In Saudi Arabia an expatriate from other Arab country sentenced by Jeddah court to a 1.5 years in prison while fine 5000 Saudi Riyal.He will also face deportation after the prison punishment because of using a fake degree.  This expatriate use his Ph.D degree for job in private dispensary. He was informed by ministry to the local police when the employer asked him for authentication of his document.  Obtaining a fake document is easy but the authorities have ways and resources in finding out if you are submitting an authentic document and most people are not aware of it. It will  be a matter of time but they will sure find out if you submitted forged documents and press charges to the violators.  The Saudi Arabian government started mounting a crackdown on fake diplomas and other documents that land users in lucrative jobs in the kingdom by using fake degrees and credentials.  “The Ministry of Interior will apply statutory penalties on people involved in counterfeiting academic degrees,” said a statement quoting Maj. Gen. Mohammed Bin Abdullah Al-Maroal, a ministry spokesperson.  People who will be caught using fake documents will undergo trial and penalized if proven guilty, they will face jail term and be deported after serving their jail term. They will also never be allowed to enter the kingdom again according to Al-Maroal.  An investigation by the Ministry of Education has revealed a huge number of candidates— Saudis and foreigners alike — who have obtained fake degrees and diplomas from illegal agents, Arab News report said.   Fake documents are everywhere for a cost. Avoid using them and don't even think about it. Instead of landing on your dream job, you may land in jail  and that could be a nightmare.  The Department of Foreign Affairs fervently warn OFWs against submitting fake documents while applying overseas jobs to avoid getting themselves into trouble.  Here is a real life story of an OFW who worked as a nurse in Dubai submitted in an OFW forum seeking for advise:          RECOMMENDED:  10 TIPS ON HOW TO SPOT A FAKE NEWS  ASEAN LEADERS TO CREATE PROTECTION RULES FOR MIGRANT WORKERS  OFW GETS HARSH WORDS FROM OWN BROTHER  BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS  ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS  MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES  DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA  HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS  DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS  ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA  BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON  SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT  AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD  DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS  BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS  PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY  MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT  UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018  REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN  KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC  "JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES




RECOMMENDED:

10 TIPS ON HOW TO SPOT A FAKE NEWS

ASEAN LEADERS TO CREATE PROTECTION RULES FOR MIGRANT WORKERS

OFW GETS HARSH WORDS FROM OWN BROTHER

BEFORE YOU GET MARRIED,BE AWARE OF THIS

ISRAEL TO HIRE HUNDREDS OF FILIPINOS FOR HOTEL JOBS

MALLS WITH OSSCO AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES

DOMESTIC ABUSE EXPOSED ON SOCIAL MEDIA

HSW IN KUWAIT: NO SALARY FOR 9 YEARS

DEATH COMPENSATION FOR SAUDI EXPATS

ON JAKATIA PAWA'S EXECUTION: "WE DID EVERYTHING.." -DFA

BELLO ASSURES DECISION ON MORATORIUM MAY COME OUT ANYTIME SOON

SEN. JOEL VILLANUEVA  SUPPORTS DEPLOYMENT BAN ON HSWS IN KUWAIT

AT LEAST 71 OFWS ON DEATH ROW ABROAD

DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM, NOW! -OFW GROUPS

BE CAREFUL HOW YOU TREAT YOUR HSWS

PRESIDENT DUTERTE WILL VISIT UAE AND KSA, HERE'S WHY

MANPOWER AGENCIES AND RECRUITMENT COMPANIES TO BE HIT DIRECTLY BY HSW DEPLOYMENT MORATORIUM IN KUWAIT

UAE TO START IMPLEMENTING 5%VAT STARTING 2018

REMEMBER THIS 7 THINGS IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB IN JAPAN

KENYA , THE LEAST TOXIC COUNTRY IN THE WORLD; SAUDI ARABIA, MOST TOXIC

"JUNIOR CITIZEN "  BILL TO BENEFIT POOR FAMILIES

©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

Monday, February 27, 2017

Fees, Requirements and List of Accredited Assessment Centers of TESDA for Caregiving and Housekeeping courses


Filipino housekeepers and caregivers are still in-demand around the world. In Japan alone, millions of housekeepers and caregivers are needed for their aging population with a salary of more than P70,000 per month.  For those who are interested in pursuing their careers as housekeepers and caregivers, you may take up classes from Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) since the certification from this agency is the number one requirement.  CAREGIVING NC II(2)  A face-to-face short course offered by TESDA with 786 hours to complete. Caregiving teaches the proper ways of caring and supporting infants/toddlers, senior citizens and people with special needs. It also trains the maintaining of a healthy and safe environment, respond to an emergency, clean living room, dining room, bedrooms, toilet and bathroom, wash and iron clothes, linen, fabric, and prepare hot and cold meals.
Filipino housekeepers and caregivers are still in-demand around the world. In Japan alone, millions of housekeepers and caregivers are needed for their aging population with a salary of more than P70,000 per month.

For those who are interested in pursuing their careers as housekeepers and caregivers, you may take up classes from Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) since the certification from this agency is the number one requirement.




CAREGIVING NC II(2)

A face-to-face short course offered by TESDA with 760 hours to complete. Caregiving teaches the proper ways of caring and supporting infants/toddlers, senior citizens and people with special needs. It also trains the maintaining of a healthy and safe environment, respond to an emergency, clean living room, dining room, bedrooms, toilet and bathroom, wash and iron clothes, linen, fabric, and prepare hot and cold meals.

What is the qualification for Caregiving course?

  • Can communicate both in oral and written form;
  • Physically and mentally fit;
  • With good moral character; and
  • Can perform a basic mathematical computation.
What are the requirements for enrolling?

  • Copy of NSO Birth Certificate
  • Highschool or College Diploma
  • Certified Copy of Transcript of Records or Form 137
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • 1x1 and/or 2x2 Pictures with Collar and White Background

Assessment fees for Caregiving NC II include P250,00 for supplies and materials, P100.00 for Assessors Fee with a total of P350.

List of TESDA Accredited Assessment Centers for Caregiving NC II



5EA TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTER INC.

CAREGIVING NC II

6TH FLOOR RUBLOU BUSINESS CENTER, ORTIGAS AVENUE EXTENSION,JUNCTION, CAINTA, RIZAL

2255312



ABQ INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CAREGIVER PROGRAM AND CONSULTANCY INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
Z-1085 MIAMI HOMES, SAN ISIDRO, TALISAY CITY, CEBU
(032) 462-5882


ABSOLUTE HEALTH CARE INSTITUTE - CALAPAN MINDORO INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
SAN VICENTE EAST, CALAPAN CITY, OR. MDO.
288-1693


ACHIEVERS 1 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
3RD FLR. ABN PLAZA BLDG., DEL ROSARIO, SINDALAN, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA
436-5374


ADVENT CAREGIVER SCHOOL, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
142 MANABAT ST., SAN ANTONIO, BIÑAN, LAGUNA
(049) 511-8318


AMA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE - EAST RIZAL INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
AMA BLDNG. MARCOS HIGHWAY, MAYAMOT, ANTIPOLO CITY
6816244


APARRI POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
CAREGIVING NC II
MAURA, APARRI, CAGAYAN
888-2015


ARELLANO UNIVERSITY INC
CAREGIVING NC II
2600 LEGARDA ST., SAMPALOC MANILA
734-7371


ARRIESGADO COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
#201 BONIFACIO ST., TAGUM CITY
084 655 6583


ASIA PACIFIC COLLEGE OF ADVANCED STUDIES
CAREGIVING NC II
A.H. BANZON ST., IBAYO, CITY OF BALANGA, BATAAN
237-6713/237-4338


ASIAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
DR. V. LOCSIN ST. DUMAGUETE CITY
(035)2254714' (035) 225 4804


AVE MARIA COLLEGE
CAREGIVING NC II
VALLESVALE-FATIMA, LILOY, ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
(062) 926-4166


BELEN B. FRANCISCO FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
DARAGA, ALBAY
(052)8243404


BRENT HOSPITAL AND COLLEGES INCORPORATED
CAREGIVING NC II
R.T. LIM BOULEVARD, ZAMBOANGA CITY
062-9912174


BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY
CAREGIVING NC II
GUINHAWA, MALOLOS CITY BULACAN
447944743


CALAYAN EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
MAHARLIKA HIGHWAY, RED V, LUCENA CITY
9255114631


CAPT. WILIJADO P. ABUID FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
#33 A. ARNAIZ AVE., COR. ROBERTS ST., PASAY CITY
831-1525


CARENET HEALTHCARE INSTITUTE INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
4/F PIEDRA BLDG., 1174 CHINO ROCES AVENUE, SAN ANTONIO VILLAGE, MAKATI CITY
890-4547


CATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY
CAREGIVING NC II
CALATAGAN, VIRAC, CATANDUANES
9176286268


CAVITE SCHOOL OF ST. MARK INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
AGUINALDO HIGHWAY, PANAPAAN V BACOOR CITY, CAVITE
(046) 417-1703


CENTER FOR COMPETENCIES ENHANCEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT INCORPORATED
CAREGIVING NC II
3RD FLOOR KRISTINE BLDG., CHIPECO AVENUE, CALAMBA CITY
(049) 502-3802


CENTER FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONS-BUTUAN
CAREGIVING NC II
3/F S & V BLDG., R. CALO STREET, BUTUAN CITY
225-6849


COLEGIO DE STA. TERESA DE AVILA FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
6 KINGFISHER CORNER SKYLARK ST. ZABARTE SUBD. NOVALICHES, QUEZON CITY
939-6983


COMMUNITY GENERAL HOSPITAL EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENCE FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
C. COLAGO AVENUE, SAN PABLO CITY
(049) 562-8010 (049) 562-7990


CONCEPCION SKILLS ASSESSMENT CENTER
CAREGIVING NC II
3RD FLOOR, JNC. BLDG., BAYAN-BAYANAN AVE., CONCEPCION UNO, MARIKINA CITY
948-0402


DATA CENTER COLLEGE OF THE PHILIPPINES OF VIGAN CITY ILOCOS SUR INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
TAMAG, VIGAN CITY
(077) 674-2535


DMC COLLEGE FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
STA. FILOMENA, DIPOLOG CITY
065-212-8881


DREAM WORKS ASSESSMENT CENTER
CAREGIVING NC II
SAN FERNANDO CITY, LA UNION
(072) 603-0655

EMPEROR INTERNATIONAL TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTER, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
56 PULUMBARIT ST. BRGY. SAN ISIDRO, TAYTAY, RIZAL
6969919

EXTENDICARE TRAINING CENTER INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
NO. 359 PEREZ BLVD., DAGUPAN CITY, PANGASINAN
9339262022



FERNANDEZ COLLEGE OF ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY, INC.

CAREGIVING NC II

GIL CARLOS ST., POBLACION BALIUAG BULACAN

(044) 766-7677




GABRIEL TABORIN COLLEGE OF DAVAO FOUNDATION, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
LASANG,DAVAO CITY
(082) 236-0554


GREENMONT SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL
CAREGIVING NC II
3RD FLOOR G. FERNANDEZ BLDG., PEREZ BLVD., DAGUPAN CITY, PANGASINAN
9430546078


ICCT COLLEGES FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
SUMULONG HIGHWAY, BRGY. SAN ISIDRO, CAINTA, RIZAL
6825914


ILOCOS SUR COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CAREGIVING NC II
VIGAN CITY
(077) 722 5870


INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
CAREGIVING NC II
ALIMANNAO HILLS, PEÑABLANCA, CAGAYAN
078-3041010


ISABELA SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADES
CAREGIVING NC II
CALAMAGUI 2ND, CITY OF ILAGAN, ISABELA
(078) 624-0933


LEAD TECHNICAL GAKUIN OF THE PHILIPPINES INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
UNIT 407 THE CENTRALE BLK. 1 LOT 2 COR. ROAD
049-543-1991


LIPUNAN FAMILY HEALTH CENTER, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II 
MORENO HIGHWAY, GINGOOG CITY


LIWANAG ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING CENTER, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
#264 PANGANIBAN ST., POBLACION, TARLAC CITY
045-493-3482 045-982-4960


MANILAPHIL SKILLS INSTITUTE INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
1150 ANGEL LINAO ST., CORNER SAN ANDRES ST., MALATE, MANILA
353-5695 / 522-3284


MARY THE QUEEN COLLEGE OF QUEZON CITY INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
ROAD 44, COMMONWEALTH AVENUE, MATANDANG BALARA, D3, QC
434-4462


METRO ASIA MANAGEMENT (M.A.M.) SKILLS CENTER INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
36 PAT SENADOR ST., BRGY. SAN ANTONIO, SFDM, QUEZON CITY
376-5388


MINDANAO MEDICAL FOUNDATION COLLEGE
CAREGIVING NC II
P. VILLANUEVA STREET, AGDAO , DAVAO CITY
(082) 221-6225


NEW LUCENA POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
CAREGIVING NC II
DON EPIFANIO SONZA SR. AVE., POBLACION, NEW LUCENA, ILOILO
(033)330-0001


NIGHTINGALE CAREGIVER AND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
2ND FLR. IBC BLDG. DON P. CAMPOS AVENUE, BRGY. ZONE IV, DASMARIÑAS CITY, CAVITE
(046) 416-5157


OLIVAREZ COLLEGE INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
DR. SANTOS AVENUE, SAN DIONISIO, PARAÑAQUE
825-7189


OLM INSTITUTE AND SKILLS TRAINING CENTER FOR ALLIED COURSES, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
777 JP RIZAL ST. SAN JOSE BALIUAG BULACAN
447663341


PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MARIKINA
CAREGIVING NC II
BRAZIL ST., GREENHEIGHT SUBD., CONCEPCION I, MARIKINA CITY
369-7277


PARADIGM COLLEGES OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
ODIONG, ROXAS, OR. MDO.
043-289-2827


PAULINE JOY TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTER INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
3RD FLOOR EXCELLAND SYSTEM 1 BLDG., CONGRESSIONAL AVE., QUEZON CITY
4262356


PHILIPPINE WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY - CDCEC
CAREGIVING NC II
BALANGA CITY, BATAAN
047-2375050


POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF DAVAO DEL SUR, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
MC ARTHUR HIGHWAY, DIGOS CITY 
(082) 553-1662


PRIMACARE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER-LAOAG CITY INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
2/F YBS BLDG. BONIFACIO ST., BRGY. 19, LAOAG CITY
(077)773-1628


PROVINCIAL TRAINING CENTER - MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL
CAREGIVING NC II 
PANALSALAN, PLARIDEL, MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL


PSAA INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
1745 ABDON ST., PANDACAN, MANILA
5638105


QUIRINO STATE UNIVERSITY - MADDELA CAMPUS
CAREGIVING NC II
MADDELA, QUIRINO
9182820291


RADIANCE SKILLS TESTING CENTER
CAREGIVING NC II
SAN FERNANDO CITY, LA UNION
(072) 888-5914


ROE ABBOT TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
CAREGIVING NC II
2082 F. BENITEZ ST., MALATE, MANILA
5214116 / 4501680


ROE ABBOT TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
1465 FIGUEROA ST., PACO, MANILA
7143965


ROGATIONIST COLLEGE (ST. ANTHONY'S BOYS VILLAGE) INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
LALAAN II, SILANG, CAVITE
(046) 414-0448


SAINT COLUMBAN COLLEGE
CAREGIVING NC II
ALANO ST., PAGADIAN CITY
9467008801


SAINT FRANCIS DE ASSISI EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
045 ADMINIRAL VILLAGE, TALON III, LAS PINAS CITY
370-59-51


SAINT MARY'S ANGELS COLLEGE OF PAMPANGA, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
GAPAN-OLONGAPO RD. SAN PEDRO, SANTA ANA, PAMPANGA
875-2406


SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY
CAREGIVING NC II
PONCE ST., DISTRICT IV, BAYOMBONG, NUEVA VIZCAYA
9175179983


SAINT VINCENT'S COLLEGE
CAREGIVING NC II
PADRE RAMON ST., DIPOLOG CITY, ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
9177266292


SKILL POWER INSTITUTE, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
L-Z BLDG. CENTRAL, TERMINAL, D.S. DISTRICT, CABANATUAN CITY, NUEVA ECIJA
044-940-2041


SOUTHERN CITY COLLEGES
CAREGIVING NC II
PILAR STREET, ZAMBOANGA CITY
062-9911819


SOUTHERN ISABELA COLLEGE OF ARTS AND TRADES
CAREGIVING NC II
CALAOCAN, SANTIAGO CITY, ISABELA
(078) 305-0743


SOUTHERN PALAWAN COLLEGE, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
GOMEZ ST., BROOKE'S PT., PALAWAN
917-880-0704


ST. AUGUSTINE SCHOOL OF NURSING-LIPA CITY INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
J. M. KATIGBAK ST., MATAAS NA LUPA, LIPA CITY
(043) 702-4779


ST. BENEDICT COLLEGE OF COTABATO INC. COTABATO CITY
CAREGIVING NC II
BISHOP MONGEAU AVENUE, COTABATO CITY


ST. DOMINIC COLLEGE OF ASIA INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
AGUINALDO HIGHWAY, TALABA IV, BACOOR CITY, CAVITE
(046) 417-6247


ST. MARTHA SKILLS TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTER INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
E. JACINTO ST TAGBILARAN CITY BOHOL
501-9470


STII ASSESSMENT CENTER
CAREGIVING NC II
IPIL, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY
9063027492


SYSTEMS PLUS COLLEGE FOUNDATION
CAREGIVING NC II
MIRANDA ST. ANGELES CITY
322-6680


THE COLLEGE OF MAASIN INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
R. KANGLEON ST., TUNGA-TUNGA, MAASIN CITY, SOUTHERN LEYTE
09424571031


THE GOOD SAMARITAN INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
SAN JOSE, CANDON CITY
9228453355


TRIMEX COLLEGES INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
4/F TROJAN BUILDING, POBLACION, BIÑAN CITY, LAGUNA
(049) 511-9278


UNIVERSIDAD DE STA. ISABEL DE NAGA INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
ELIAS ANGELES ST. NAGA CITY
4722871


UNIVERSITY OF BATANGAS, INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
HILLTOP ROAD, KUMINTANG IBABA, BATANGAS CITY
723-1446


VMC ASIAN COLLEGE FOUNDATION INC.
CAREGIVING NC II
NATIONAL HIGHWAY, TACURONG CITY
064-200-6466



HOUSEKEEPING NC II

Housekeeping is another shot course from TESDA. It will train and teches you to prepare a guest room, cleaning premises and equipment, washing linens and guest clothes, providing housekeeping services, in homes, hotels, hospitals and many other establishments.

Course Duration

Housekeeping NC II takes a minimum of 436 hours to complete

What are the requirements for enrolling Housekeeping NC II?

  • Copy of Birth Certificate by NSO
  • Copy of High School or College Diploma 
  • 1x1 pictures 
  • Certificate of Good MoralCharacter 

Assessment fees for Housekeeping NC II include P250,00 for supplies and materials, P100.00 for Assessors Fee with a total of P350.




TESDA Accredited Assessment Centers for HOUSEKEEPING NC II


ACHIEVERS INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF CULINARY ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
F.S PAJARES AVE., PAGADIAN CITY
9985518070


ADVENT CAREGIVER SCHOOL, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
142 MANABAT ST., SAN ANTONIO, BIÑAN, LAGUNA
(049) 511-8318


AGUSAN DEL SUR COLLEGE INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BAYUGAN CITY, AGUSAN DEL SUR
9297403256


AMA COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER OF GUAGUA, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
STA. FILOMENA, GUAGUA, PAMPANGA
901-0937


ANDRES SORIANO COLLEGES OF BISLIG INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
ANDRES SORIANO AVENUE, MANGAGOY, BISLIG CITY
086-853-5285


ANGELITA V. DEL MUNDO FOUNDATION (AVM FOUNDATION) INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
VONWELT BUILDING 3521 RIZAL ST., POB. 2, PAGSANJAN, LAGUNA
501-7809; 501-1291


ASIAN BUSINESS CABLETOW COOPERATIVE ACADEMY, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
2F CONSUELO BLDG., CORRALES AVE., CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY


AVE MARIA COLLEGE
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
VALLESVALE-FATIMA, LILOY, ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
(062) 926-4166


BANGUI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BRGY. MANAYON, BANGUI, ILOCOS NORTE 
9088600955


BAUANG TRAINING CENTER AND SERVICES
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BAUANG, LA UNION
(072) 687-0137

BRIGHT INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL SCHOOL OF URDANETA INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
SAN VICENTE EAST, URDANETA CITY, PANGASINAN
(075) 568-37-39


CAGAYAN DE ORO (BUGO) SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADES
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
REYES ST. BUGO, CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY


CAMARINES SUR INSTITUTE OF FISHERIES AND MARINE SCIENCES
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
STA ROSA DEL NORTE, PASACAO, CAMARINES SUR
5139148


CENTER FOR COMPETENCIES ENHANCEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT INCORPORATED
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
3RD FLOOR KRISTINE BLDG., CHIPECO AVENUE, CALAMBA CITY
(049) 502-3802


COMMUNITY GENERAL HOSPITAL EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENCE FOUNDATION INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
C. COLAGO AVENUE, SAN PABLO CITY
(049) 562-8010 (049) 562-7990


DIPOLOG SCHOOL OF FISHERIES
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
OLINGAN, DIPOLOG CITY, ZAMBO. DEL NORTE
(065) 212-7248


DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF LAOAG
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BRGY. 13, GEN. SEGUNDO AVE., LAOAG CITY
(077) 772-00-62, 772-12-28


EXTENDICARE TRAINING CENTER INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
NO. 359 PEREZ BLVD., DAGUPAN CITY, PANGASINAN
9339262022


GRANT INSTITUTE OF TRADE AND TECHNOLOGY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
GREENVALLEY SUBDIVISION, SAN PABLO CITY, LAGUNA
(049) 503-2753/09283443582


ILOCOS NORTE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND TRADES
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BRGY. 5, P. GOMEZ ST., LAOAG CITY
(077)770-49-48


IMUS INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
82 NUENO AVENUE, IMUS CITY, CAVITE
(046) 471-0821


ISHRM SCHOOL SYSTEM, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
GEN. TIRONA HIGHWAY,HABAY, BACOOR CITY, CAVITE
(046) 970-1551


JEREMIAH'S HAVEN TRAINING INSTITUTE INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BLOCK 2, LOT 6, PROGRESSIVE 15 VILLAGE, MOLINO II, BACOOR CITY, CAVITE
0905 898 14 70


LAGUNA SINO-FILIPINO EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
F. ROSARIO ST., STA. CRUZ, LAGUNA
(049) 501-1431


LUCIANO MILLAN MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADES
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
ASINGAN, PANGASINAN
(075) 563-2101


LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
GOVERNOR'S DRIVE, MANGGAHAN, GEN. TRIAS, CAVITE
(046) 484-8091


MARCOS AGRO- INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BRGY. LYDIA, MARCOS, ILOCOS NORTE
9205791849


MOVING AHEAD TRAINING CENTER, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
3RD & 4TH FLOOR ABN BUILDING, DEL ROSARIO, CSFP
455-3329


NORTH SKILLS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
AI BLDG., IC-08 LAOYAN II ST., KM. 6, LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET
(074) 248-1918


PANGASINAN TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
SAN ISIDRO NORTE, BINMALEY, PANGASINAN
(075) 543-2903


PHILIPPINE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY-CAGAYAN DE ORO INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
3RD LEVEL CATIMCO BLDG., DON SERGIO OSMENA ST., CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY


PHILTECH VOCATIONAL ACADEMY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
PUROK 7 CABILI ST., POB. MAHAYAG, ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
9088942341


PRIMACARE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER-LAOAG CITY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
2/F YBS BLDG. BONIFACIO ST., BRGY. 19, LAOAG CITY
(077) 773-1629


SAINT MARY'S ANGELS COLLEGE OF PAMPANGA, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
GAPAN-OLONGAPO RD. SAN PEDRO, SANTA ANA, PAMPANGA436-0499


SAN ANTONIO DE PADUA COLLEGE OF PILA LAGUNA INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
STA. CLARA SUR, PILA, LAGUNA
(049) 559-0079 (049) 559-0501


SAN ANTONIO SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CENTER INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
OLD NATIONAL HIGHWAY, BALIBAGO, STA. ROSA CITY, LAGUNA
(049) 530-0515


SPJ INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
SAN ISIDRO POBLACION, TINAMBAC, CAMARINES SUR
9296153677


ST. BENILDE MONTESSORI COLLEGE INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
AGUINALDO HIGHWAY, LALAAN II, SILANG, CAVITE
0919 592 06 26


ST. MARY'S COLLEGE OF LABASON INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
LABASON, ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
09061593789/09183705899

ST. NICOLAS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
MELVI BLDG., GAPAN-OLONGAPO ROAD, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA
455-0958

ST. PAUL COLLEGE OF ILOCOS SUR
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BAYUBAY, SAN VICENTE, ILOCOS SUR
9178241449


STANDARD CULINARY AND TECHNICAL SKILLS (SCTS) TRAINING CORP.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
KM. 34 E. AGUINALDO HIGHWAY, SAN AGUSTIN I, DASMARIÑAS CITY, CAVITE
(046) 424-1595


STI COLLEGE SANTA ROSA INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
STI BUILDING, SANTA ROSA COMMERCIAL COMPLEX, BALIBAGO, CITY OF SANTA ROSA, LAGUNA
(049) 8372595


THE UNIVERSITY OF THE VISAYAS INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
COLON ST., CEBU CITY
(032) 253-2586


TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR HOSPITALITY SERVICES INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
MA LAO BLDG., DON E. RUIZ ST., BRGY. 17, LAOAG CITY

TRIMEX COLLEGES INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
4/F TROJAN BUILDING, POBLACION, BIÑAN CITY, LAGUNA
(049) 511-9278


WELLCARE INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
ZONE 2, PINMALUDPOD, URDANETA CITY, PANGASINAN
0999-998-9138


PHILIPPINE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY-CAGAYAN DE ORO INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
3RD LEVEL CATIMCO BLDG., DON SERGIO OSMENA ST., CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY


PHILTECH VOCATIONAL ACADEMY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
PUROK 7 CABILI ST., POB. MAHAYAG, ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR
9088942341


PRIMACARE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER-LAOAG CITY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
2/F YBS BLDG. BONIFACIO ST., BRGY. 19, LAOAG CITY
(077) 773-1629


SAINT MARY'S ANGELS COLLEGE OF PAMPANGA, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
GAPAN-OLONGAPO RD. SAN PEDRO, SANTA ANA, PAMPANGA
436-0499


SAN ANTONIO DE PADUA COLLEGE OF PILA LAGUNA INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
STA. CLARA SUR, PILA, LAGUNA
(049) 559-0079 (049) 559-0501


SAN ANTONIO SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CENTER INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
OLD NATIONAL HIGHWAY, BALIBAGO, STA. ROSA CITY, LAGUNA
(049) 530-0515


SPJ INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
SAN ISIDRO POBLACION, TINAMBAC, CAMARINES SUR
9296153677


ST. BENILDE MONTESSORI COLLEGE INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
AGUINALDO HIGHWAY, LALAAN II, SILANG, CAVITE
0919 592 06 26


ST. MARY'S COLLEGE OF LABASON INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
LABASON, ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE
09061593789/09183705899


ST. NICOLAS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY, INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
MELVI BLDG., GAPAN-OLONGAPO ROAD, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA
455-0958


ST. PAUL COLLEGE OF ILOCOS SUR
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
BAYUBAY, SAN VICENTE, ILOCOS SUR
9178241449


STANDARD CULINARY AND TECHNICAL SKILLS (SCTS) TRAINING CORP.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
KM. 34 E. AGUINALDO HIGHWAY, SAN AGUSTIN I, DASMARIÑAS CITY, CAVITE
(046) 424-1595


STI COLLEGE SANTA ROSA INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
STI BUILDING, SANTA ROSA COMMERCIAL COMPLEX, BALIBAGO, CITY OF SANTA ROSA, LAGUNA
(049) 8372595


THE UNIVERSITY OF THE VISAYAS INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
COLON ST., CEBU CITY
(032) 253-2586


TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR HOSPITALITY SERVICES INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
MA LAO BLDG., DON E. RUIZ ST., BRGY. 17, LAOAG CITY



TRIMEX COLLEGES INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
4/F TROJAN BUILDING, POBLACION, BIÑAN CITY, LAGUNA
(049) 511-9278


WELLCARE INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INC.
HOUSEKEEPING NC II (AMENDED)
ZONE 2, PINMALUDPOD, URDANETA CITY, PANGASINAN
0999-998-9138

However the tuition fee for both short courses depends on the training center or school offering the course. If the school is TESDA accredited, most of them are free. The best thing you can do is to directly contact the school for more information if you want to enroll. Good Luck to your career!