Blue desk to handle TESDA's jobs bridging program
Davao City (9 February) -- Blue Desk Officers have organized themselves into an association. Among the choices of the association's names presented on Feb. 4, 2010 during the Blue Desk Officers' Meeting at TESDA-Davao del Norte Provincial Office, they collectively agreed that their newly-established association shall be called Blue Desk Officers' Association.
Mr. Jim Erlu Coronan of AMA Computer Learning Center of Tagum, Inc. was unanimously elected President, while Mr. Ian Langres of A. B. A. Cosmetology Career Center as Vice-President, Ms. Aileen Veras of UM Peņaplata as Secretary, Ms. Jeza Dellomes of East Asian College as Treasurer, Ms. Lanie Corpuz of STI Tagum as Auditor, and Mr. Richard Ocio of UM Tagum as PIO.
The set of officers shall spearhead the preparations for the upcoming jobs bridging programs, in coordination with TESDA-Davao del Norte. They shall also be monitoring the services rendered by all bluedesks the province, the reports of Davao del Norte Blue Desk Officers Organize Association.
In a bid to strengthen the capability of the Davao del Norte Blue Desk Officers in serving the tek-bok graduates of their respective institutions, the Tek-Bok Providers' which shall be submitted to TESDA-Davao del Norte Provincial Office twice a month.
The blue desks, which have been established at all technical-vocational education and training (TVET) institutions offering TESDA-registered programs/ qualifications, are meant to facilitate employment of the TVET institutions' graduates. The blue desks are where the tek-bok graduates can avail of TESDA's gold cards, the barcode-controlled cards that allow them access to the e-TESDA portal where available jobs are posted.
With these new developments, TESDA-Davao del Norte is positive that the province shall yield a higher employment rate of tek-bok graduates this year. (TESDA-DNorte) [top]