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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Study Household Service Worker with TESDA NC II



Procedures and Guidelines in applying for HSW NC II ON SKILLS  TRAINING  As a household service worker, you are expected to be able to do the following: BASIC COMPETENCIES  Participate in workplace communication Work in team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures COMMON COMPETENCIES  Maintain an effective relationship with clients/customers Manage own performance CORE COMPETENCIES  Clean living room, dining room, bedrooms, toilet, kitchen Wash and iron clothes, linen and fabric Provide food and beverage/services  To earn TESDA Certificate, you may enroll in a training program for household service workers, but check first if the program is registered with TESDA and authorized to offer the program. You should enroll only in a TESDA authorized training center. Do not enroll in a training center whose program is not authorized by TESDA. Check the list of authorized training centers for household service workers, including the cost and duration of training. This list is posted in all TESDA regional and Provincial Offices and the TESDA website www.tesda.gov.ph. If you enroll in a TESDA-authorized training center, pay only the fees duly approved by TESDA and ask for an official receipt from the training center. The training center must issue a certificate of completion to you once you have completed the training program. If you have adequate experience as a household service worker, you may not need to go for training before assessment. ON COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT  Competency assessment is the process of finding out whether you can perform the functions of a household service worker according to the employer requirements. Before you go for competency assessment, you should get an endorsement letter from the recruitment agency that will be presented to the assessment center. Only applicants who are endorsed by recruitment agencies will be accepted for assessment. In competency assessment, you will be asked to perform the core competencies to prove that you know how to do the job of a household service worker. This is referred to as performance assessment. If you have completed a training program, this would have prepared you for competency assessment. However, the completion of a training program is not an absolute requirement for competency assessment. You can go for assessment even if you have enrolled in a training program as long as you believe that you can perform all the competencies of a household service worker in the country or abroad. If you have some years of experience as household service worker abroad, you can submit evidences of your experiences to the assessment center like copies of work contract, certification from your employers or your recruitment agency  and similar documents so that you do not have to take the test but the assessor will just evaluate the documents that you submitted. This is referred to as portfolio assessment. When you go for assessment, whether a performance assessment or portfolio assessment, you will be asked to pay an assessment fee of Php1000 to the assessment center. Make sure that the assessment center is accredited by TESDA. When you pay for assessment fee, you should ask for an official receipt from the assessment center. If you fail in the assessment, you can be assessed again but you will have to pay another Php1000 for re-assessment. When you pass the assessment, you will be recommended to receive a national certification from TESDA by the assessment center. ON CERTIFICATION  When you are recommended for certification, you will be required to pay a certification fee of Php100 to TESDA Office which has jurisdiction over the assessment center. The TESDA Office will issue a certificate to you. Upon payment of the certification fee, you will be given an official receipt and a National Certificate (NCII) for household Service Workers which is a document that proves that you are a competent household service worker. The National Certificate is a valid for five (5) years. This National Certificate will be presented to POEA with your work contract so that POEA can issue the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) to you before you leave for your job abroad.    FOR MORE INFORMATION:  CALL THE TESDA HOTLINE: 887-7777 Or visit the nearest TESDA Office Or log on to www. Tesda.gov.ph


NC II certification from TESDA is needed if you are applying for household jobs in Japan. To acquire a certification, you need to enroll in any TESDA accredited training centers or schools without spending a lot.
We provided you the process of getting NC II Certification from TESDA for Household Service Workers (Domestic Helper). Take time to read and share for those whom you think also need it.
Here are steps on how to become certified:

Procedures and Guidelines in applying for HSW NC II
ON SKILLS  TRAINING

As a household service worker, you are expected to be able to do the following:

BASIC COMPETENCIES

Participate in workplace communication
Work in team environment
Practice career professionalism
Practice occupational health and safety procedures

COMMON COMPETENCIES

Maintain an effective relationship with clients/customers
Manage own performance

CORE COMPETENCIES
Clean living room, dining room, bedrooms, toilet, kitchen
Wash and iron clothes, linen and fabric
Provide food and beverage/services

To earn TESDA Certificate, you may enroll in a training program for household service workers, but check first if the program is registered with TESDA and authorized to offer the program.
Procedures and Guidelines in applying for HSW NC II ON SKILLS  TRAINING  As a household service worker, you are expected to be able to do the following: BASIC COMPETENCIES  Participate in workplace communication Work in team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures COMMON COMPETENCIES  Maintain an effective relationship with clients/customers Manage own performance CORE COMPETENCIES  Clean living room, dining room, bedrooms, toilet, kitchen Wash and iron clothes, linen and fabric Provide food and beverage/services  To earn TESDA Certificate, you may enroll in a training program for household service workers, but check first if the program is registered with TESDA and authorized to offer the program. You should enroll only in a TESDA authorized training center. Do not enroll in a training center whose program is not authorized by TESDA. Check the list of authorized training centers for household service workers, including the cost and duration of training. This list is posted in all TESDA regional and Provincial Offices and the TESDA website www.tesda.gov.ph. If you enroll in a TESDA-authorized training center, pay only the fees duly approved by TESDA and ask for an official receipt from the training center. The training center must issue a certificate of completion to you once you have completed the training program. If you have adequate experience as a household service worker, you may not need to go for training before assessment. ON COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT  Competency assessment is the process of finding out whether you can perform the functions of a household service worker according to the employer requirements. Before you go for competency assessment, you should get an endorsement letter from the recruitment agency that will be presented to the assessment center. Only applicants who are endorsed by recruitment agencies will be accepted for assessment. In competency assessment, you will be asked to perform the core competencies to prove that you know how to do the job of a household service worker. This is referred to as performance assessment. If you have completed a training program, this would have prepared you for competency assessment. However, the completion of a training program is not an absolute requirement for competency assessment. You can go for assessment even if you have enrolled in a training program as long as you believe that you can perform all the competencies of a household service worker in the country or abroad. If you have some years of experience as household service worker abroad, you can submit evidences of your experiences to the assessment center like copies of work contract, certification from your employers or your recruitment agency  and similar documents so that you do not have to take the test but the assessor will just evaluate the documents that you submitted. This is referred to as portfolio assessment. When you go for assessment, whether a performance assessment or portfolio assessment, you will be asked to pay an assessment fee of Php1000 to the assessment center. Make sure that the assessment center is accredited by TESDA. When you pay for assessment fee, you should ask for an official receipt from the assessment center. If you fail in the assessment, you can be assessed again but you will have to pay another Php1000 for re-assessment. When you pass the assessment, you will be recommended to receive a national certification from TESDA by the assessment center. ON CERTIFICATION  When you are recommended for certification, you will be required to pay a certification fee of Php100 to TESDA Office which has jurisdiction over the assessment center. The TESDA Office will issue a certificate to you. Upon payment of the certification fee, you will be given an official receipt and a National Certificate (NCII) for household Service Workers which is a document that proves that you are a competent household service worker. The National Certificate is a valid for five (5) years. This National Certificate will be presented to POEA with your work contract so that POEA can issue the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) to you before you leave for your job abroad.    FOR MORE INFORMATION:  CALL THE TESDA HOTLINE: 887-7777 Or visit the nearest TESDA Office Or log on to www. Tesda.gov.ph
Never enroll in a training center that is not authorized by TESDA.
You can heck the list of authorized training centers for household service workers, including the cost and duration of training in all TESDA regional and Provincial Offices and the TESDA website www.tesda.gov.ph.
If you enroll in a TESDA-authorized training center, pay only the fees duly approved by TESDA and ask for an official receipt from the training center.
The training center must issue a certificate of completion to you once you have completed the training program.

If you have adequate experience as a household service worker, you may not need to go for training before assessment.
You may undergo portfolio assessment.

NOTE: If you are done with the necessary training and acquired an authenticated certificate, you may proceed to the second step.
Procedures and Guidelines in applying for HSW NC II ON SKILLS  TRAINING  As a household service worker, you are expected to be able to do the following: BASIC COMPETENCIES  Participate in workplace communication Work in team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures COMMON COMPETENCIES  Maintain an effective relationship with clients/customers Manage own performance CORE COMPETENCIES  Clean living room, dining room, bedrooms, toilet, kitchen Wash and iron clothes, linen and fabric Provide food and beverage/services  To earn TESDA Certificate, you may enroll in a training program for household service workers, but check first if the program is registered with TESDA and authorized to offer the program. You should enroll only in a TESDA authorized training center. Do not enroll in a training center whose program is not authorized by TESDA. Check the list of authorized training centers for household service workers, including the cost and duration of training. This list is posted in all TESDA regional and Provincial Offices and the TESDA website www.tesda.gov.ph. If you enroll in a TESDA-authorized training center, pay only the fees duly approved by TESDA and ask for an official receipt from the training center. The training center must issue a certificate of completion to you once you have completed the training program. If you have adequate experience as a household service worker, you may not need to go for training before assessment. ON COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT  Competency assessment is the process of finding out whether you can perform the functions of a household service worker according to the employer requirements. Before you go for competency assessment, you should get an endorsement letter from the recruitment agency that will be presented to the assessment center. Only applicants who are endorsed by recruitment agencies will be accepted for assessment. In competency assessment, you will be asked to perform the core competencies to prove that you know how to do the job of a household service worker. This is referred to as performance assessment. If you have completed a training program, this would have prepared you for competency assessment. However, the completion of a training program is not an absolute requirement for competency assessment. You can go for assessment even if you have enrolled in a training program as long as you believe that you can perform all the competencies of a household service worker in the country or abroad. If you have some years of experience as household service worker abroad, you can submit evidences of your experiences to the assessment center like copies of work contract, certification from your employers or your recruitment agency  and similar documents so that you do not have to take the test but the assessor will just evaluate the documents that you submitted. This is referred to as portfolio assessment. When you go for assessment, whether a performance assessment or portfolio assessment, you will be asked to pay an assessment fee of Php1000 to the assessment center. Make sure that the assessment center is accredited by TESDA. When you pay for assessment fee, you should ask for an official receipt from the assessment center. If you fail in the assessment, you can be assessed again but you will have to pay another Php1000 for re-assessment. When you pass the assessment, you will be recommended to receive a national certification from TESDA by the assessment center. ON CERTIFICATION  When you are recommended for certification, you will be required to pay a certification fee of Php100 to TESDA Office which has jurisdiction over the assessment center. The TESDA Office will issue a certificate to you. Upon payment of the certification fee, you will be given an official receipt and a National Certificate (NCII) for household Service Workers which is a document that proves that you are a competent household service worker. The National Certificate is a valid for five (5) years. This National Certificate will be presented to POEA with your work contract so that POEA can issue the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) to you before you leave for your job abroad.    FOR MORE INFORMATION:  CALL THE TESDA HOTLINE: 887-7777 Or visit the nearest TESDA Office Or log on to www. Tesda.gov.ph
ON COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT
Competency assessment is the process of finding out whether you can perform the functions of a household service worker according to the employer requirements.

When you pay for assessment fee, you should ask for an official receipt from the assessment center.
If you fail in the assessment, you can be assessed again but you will have to pay another Php1000 for re-assessment.
The 1 month waiting period, however, is waived so those who were not able to pass on the first assessment will be able to try re-assessment anytime after failing. When you pass the assessment, you will be recommended to receive a national certification from TESDA by the assessment center.
Procedures and Guidelines in applying for HSW NC II ON SKILLS  TRAINING  As a household service worker, you are expected to be able to do the following: BASIC COMPETENCIES  Participate in workplace communication Work in team environment Practice career professionalism Practice occupational health and safety procedures COMMON COMPETENCIES  Maintain an effective relationship with clients/customers Manage own performance CORE COMPETENCIES  Clean living room, dining room, bedrooms, toilet, kitchen Wash and iron clothes, linen and fabric Provide food and beverage/services  To earn TESDA Certificate, you may enroll in a training program for household service workers, but check first if the program is registered with TESDA and authorized to offer the program. You should enroll only in a TESDA authorized training center. Do not enroll in a training center whose program is not authorized by TESDA. Check the list of authorized training centers for household service workers, including the cost and duration of training. This list is posted in all TESDA regional and Provincial Offices and the TESDA website www.tesda.gov.ph. If you enroll in a TESDA-authorized training center, pay only the fees duly approved by TESDA and ask for an official receipt from the training center. The training center must issue a certificate of completion to you once you have completed the training program. If you have adequate experience as a household service worker, you may not need to go for training before assessment. ON COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT  Competency assessment is the process of finding out whether you can perform the functions of a household service worker according to the employer requirements. Before you go for competency assessment, you should get an endorsement letter from the recruitment agency that will be presented to the assessment center. Only applicants who are endorsed by recruitment agencies will be accepted for assessment. In competency assessment, you will be asked to perform the core competencies to prove that you know how to do the job of a household service worker. This is referred to as performance assessment. If you have completed a training program, this would have prepared you for competency assessment. However, the completion of a training program is not an absolute requirement for competency assessment. You can go for assessment even if you have enrolled in a training program as long as you believe that you can perform all the competencies of a household service worker in the country or abroad. If you have some years of experience as household service worker abroad, you can submit evidences of your experiences to the assessment center like copies of work contract, certification from your employers or your recruitment agency  and similar documents so that you do not have to take the test but the assessor will just evaluate the documents that you submitted. This is referred to as portfolio assessment. When you go for assessment, whether a performance assessment or portfolio assessment, you will be asked to pay an assessment fee of Php1000 to the assessment center. Make sure that the assessment center is accredited by TESDA. When you pay for assessment fee, you should ask for an official receipt from the assessment center. If you fail in the assessment, you can be assessed again but you will have to pay another Php1000 for re-assessment. When you pass the assessment, you will be recommended to receive a national certification from TESDA by the assessment center. ON CERTIFICATION  When you are recommended for certification, you will be required to pay a certification fee of Php100 to TESDA Office which has jurisdiction over the assessment center. The TESDA Office will issue a certificate to you. Upon payment of the certification fee, you will be given an official receipt and a National Certificate (NCII) for household Service Workers which is a document that proves that you are a competent household service worker. The National Certificate is a valid for five (5) years. This National Certificate will be presented to POEA with your work contract so that POEA can issue the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) to you before you leave for your job abroad.    FOR MORE INFORMATION:  CALL THE TESDA HOTLINE: 887-7777 Or visit the nearest TESDA Office Or log on to www. Tesda.gov.ph
ON CERTIFICATION
When you are recommended for certification, you will be required to pay a certification fee of Php100 to TESDA Office which has jurisdiction over the assessment center. The TESDA Office will issue a certificate to you.
Upon payment of the certification fee, you will be given an official receipt and a National Certificate (NCII) for household Service Workers as a proof of your competency.
The National Certificate is a valid for five (5) years.

This National Certificate will be presented to POEA with your work contract so that POEA can issue the Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) to you before you leave for your job abroad.

For any questions: Call TESDA Hotline 887-777 or proceed to any TESDA Office near you.
Source: TESDA

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