Engagement, Empowerment and Partnership: DepEd ALS and CVS Fusion
Dr. Alvin L. Yturralde, Concepcion Vocational School Administrator, received a letter from Dr. Sunshine Castro, ALS coordinator requesting if ALS completers can undergo Community –Based Training and once competent, they will proceed as UAQTEA scholars.
The realization of the request of Dr. Castro commenced on May 29, 2019 during the orientation along with Ms. Liza Ocampo, Ms. Lailanie Mataga and other ALS implementers.
Armed with information, skills and the drive to further passion and dedication, this is the starting point for any partnership initiative. Personas must be simple with concise descriptions, to ensure that partnership meets consistency all throughout term.
Together, with our experienced and committed CVS personnel, our goal is to continue to make TESDA-CVS and DepEd ALS one of the top recognized partnerships in making success accessible to everyone.
As CVS continuously builds awareness and generates demands, partnership has become a major tool in establishing trainings and education thus, making it a dynamic platform towards progress and success.
Preparing students for the workforce, particularly in highly technical jobs, requires more than just formal classroom setting and training, it also requires significant focus on transferable skills, like communication and collaboration, and focus on the entrepreneurial spirit to make students’ tech knowledge more valuable in the workplace.
This development can happen through every stage of the educational pipeline, with high school students participating in programs like apprenticeships, where they can actually go into the workforce and put their skills to practice where at CVS, DTS is still advisable. With the generous number of tech-voc jobs going unfilled each year, DepEd ALS and CVS partnerships are an effective way to deliver the necessary content knowledge and practical training to students, so they are fully prepared for working life.
The only thing that absolutely matters is that, making it worthy of the time and effort, it’s imperative that you provide value to every tiny information and help each other address concerns, issues and update each other with something they don’t already know, or provide them with something valuable with complete content and details. Constructive feedbacks and criticisms count too.
Anticipation of a more amplified platform is on its way by planning to have a memorandum of Agreement with DepEd ALS engaging partners to more in-depth partnership signed and sealed with commitment.