MP college undergoes compliance

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BONTOC, Mountain Province  – A 3-person team from the Cordillera office of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA-CAR) recently conducted a Compliance Audit on Registered Technical Vocational Programs at XiJEN College of Mountain Provincerecently.

The three personalities who were involved in the compliance audit were Ma. Socorro Bulatao (auditor, TESDA-CAR), Annelyn Gaspili, and Christine Oliquiano.

“The objective of the inspection, Bulatao said is to determine whether the assessment center or competency assessors are continuously complying with TESDA’s policies and guidelines in assessment and certification, and to determine the continuous compliance of the training institution to TESDA’s requirements for program registration.”

The team had also checked into the administrative components, assessment process, facilities, tools, supplies and materials such as the Registry of Workers Assessed and Certified if the processing officer properly filled these up.

The findings have shown that XiJEN College had complied with updated corporate documents, fire safety certificate, business permit and contract lease. XiJEN College is now ready to migrate from Computer Hardware Servicing NCII (CHS NCII) to Computer System Servicing NCII (CSS NCII).

Additionally, XiJEN College will conduct a free assessment for Bookkeeping NCIII under NATCAC (National TVET Competency Assessment and Certification) Program for the industry workers on August 2015. Interested applicants will apply at XiJEN College of Mountain Province, Inc. on the third week of July. By Alfredo F. Gallardo with reports from Higina Magannon

 

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