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Thursday, June 01, 2017

TESDA Offers Free Japanese Language Training Under TESTP


High salary, good benefits, and beautiful scenery. These are few reasons why Filipinos want to work in Japan. But the problem is the language training since it is vital for a worker to understand and able to speak the Japanese language before they can get a job in the said country.  Learning Nihonggo is not a problem anymore because Nihongo language training is now included in Technical Emergency Skills and Training Program (TESTP) of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).  Under the program, the beneficiaries will enjoy free tuition, transportation allowance, meals and tools for other skills.



(Bandila: Libreng training para makapagnegosyo o makapagtrabaho, alamin)

High salary, good benefits, and beautiful scenery. These are few reasons why Filipinos want to work in Japan. But the problem is the language training since it is vital for a worker to understand and able to speak the Japanese language before they can get a job in the said country.

Learning Nihonggo is not a problem anymore because Nihongo language training is now included in Technical Emergency Skills and Training Program (TESTP) of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

Under the program, the beneficiaries will enjoy free tuition, transportation allowance, meals and tools for other skills.


TESTP aims to provide skills training so that beneficiaries were able to find work or can start their own livelihood.

Priorities under the program are the returning OFWs, beneficiaries of AFP/PNP members killed or wounded in action, dependents of traffic enforcers and other marginalized sectors.

Drug dependents may also avail of this scholarship program.



(Watch:TESDA launches emergency skills training program)



Aside from Nihongo language training, other courses offered are the following;
  • maintain and repair audio/video products
  • solar lamps assembly
  • cold meal preparation
  • food processing, salting, curing, smoking
  • hilot
  • carpentry

(TESDA chief sees more Filipinos avail of skills training in 2018)


According to Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella, this program is President Duterte's response to the plea of returning OFWs.

TESDA launch the program on June 1 with 2,000 benefits nationwide.


For those who are interested in this program, you may contact or visit the nearest TESDA office in your area for additional information.

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