LA TRINIDAD – Ten qualified learners from Eastern La Trinidad National High School (ELTNHS) headed by the schol principal Alfonso C. Doriano under the Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) Track successfully passed the competency assessment by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) National Certificate II (NCII) Bread and Pastry Production.
Sharmaine C. Agustin, Luisa R Alejandro, Jelisa B. Bayacsan, Joei Xysa B. Cacoc, Nida N. Dino, Arlen F. Diron, Grace D. Mongolnon, Daisy S. Puntalba, Rodelia Sarac and Elizabeth B. Sapirao are the passers who will receive a National Certification II (NCII) which is an entry point to the bread and pastry making industry.
Braises A. Lorenzo, TESDA Teaching Methodology (TM) holder teaching at the same school was their trainer.
“We prepared but we felt very nervous during the assessment. Happily, we all passed finishing the assessment successfuly on time. This NC II we know is a big apportunity for us. Thank you very much teachers for the supportn cheers and sponsorship” said Alejandro, one of the passers.
“Your Bread and Pastry Production NC II assessment result proves you developed the skills in preparing and producing bakery/pastry products, cakes and desserts you demostrated this school year 2018 to 2019. Congratulations again” said Lorenzo, their trainer.
Craft baker, cake decorator, pastry chef, bakery sanitation manager and caterer are some of the career opportunities for the said passing.
To prepare and produce bakery products; prepare and produce pastry products; prepare and present gateaux; tortes and cakes; prepare and display petits fours; and present desserts are the core competencies .
ELTNHS is at present offering Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) Track specializing in Bread and Pastry Production, Cookery and Food and Beverages Services aside from Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM).
Senior high school program gave chance for the leaners to take up the assessment by the TESDA in response for the thrust of the department of education to qualify high school graduates for work if they not be able to go to college.
The said assessment is also in line with the implementing and adopting of the Seek+Train+Certify=Employability strategy.
By NORIE I. PADNGARAN