The digital age has generated a need for employees that are adaptive, resilient, and competitive. They must also possess the necessary skills to take on the challenges of a digitally-driven economy. TESDA has had to rethink the delivery of TVET courses to be responsive to these needs and also to the use of digital technology. The pandemic has also forced a move from competency-based, face-to-face learning to a flexible, blended learning delivery system.
Speakers – Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA): David B. Bungallon, Executive Director, National Institute for Technical Education and Skills Development (NITESD); Elmer K. Talavera, Regional Director; Rosalina S Constantino, Executive Director, Planning Office (PO)