Admission Requirements

You need to bring the following for admission:

  • Birth Certificate
  • School Record
    • Form 138
    • Form 137
    • TOR
    • COR for ALS
  • 2pcs. 1x1 Picture
  • 3pcs. Passport size picture
    Must be white background with collar and name


Automotive Servicing NC I is a short course that will train you in performing gas and diesel tune-up, servicing in automotive battery service ignition system, testing and repairing the automotive wiring/lighting system, performing under chassis preventive maintenance and automotive shop maintenance.

Automotive Servicing NC II is a program that trains students how to inspect, maintain and repair light and heavy-duty automotive vehicles. The Auto Servicing NC II program covers both mechanical and electrical components, including the battery, ignition, clutch, brakes, lighting, steering, and suspension systems.

Bartending NC II is a program that develops the skills of students in the preparation and mixing of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Student are taught the basic/characteristics of different alcoholic beverages, appropriate tools and glassware to be used and how to serve drinks.

Bookkeeping NC III is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitude of Bookkeepers in journalizing transactions, posting transactions, preparing trial balance, preparing financial reports, and reviewing internal control system.

Bread and Pastry Production NC II is a technical-vocational program that develops the skills of students in preparing and producing bakery/pastry products, cakes and desserts. Students of the Bread and Pastry Production NC II program are trained in using modern baking techniques, equipment tools and utensils and other baking appliances. Students are also taught about different presentation methods, sanitation and safety.

Contact Center Service NC II is a short TESDA course that will train you in interacting with customers and assisting them with their concerns over the phone.

Cookery NC II is a course that can qualify a student to be able to prepare hot, cold meals and desserts for guests in various food service facilities.

Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing NC II is a course that will trains students in how to assemble electronic products, prepare printed circuit boards(PCB) modules and to install and service consumer and industrial electronic products and system.

English Language Proficiency is the ability of Students to use the English language to make and communicate meaning in spoken and written context while completing their program of study.

Food and Beverage Services NC II is a technical-vocational program that trains students on the preparation of food plans and meals for restaurants, hotels, canteens, banquets and functions, and basically any establishment that serves food to a large number of people. The program teaches students how to properly welcome guests and take food and beverages orders, promote food and beverage products and provide food and beverages services to guests.

Housekeeping NC II is a technical-vocational program is designed to prepare students for housekeeping jobs in hotels, motels, and resorts. The program equips students with skills in housekeeping services, guest rooms’ preparations, laundering and cleaning.

Mechatronics Servicing NC II is a course that will train you in installing and configuring different mechatronic devices such as thermostats, photocopiers, digital watches, industrial machines, anti-lock brakes, and CD players among others.

Ship's Catering Services NC I, a course that is designed to equip individual with skills, knowledge and attitudes required in rendering catering services on board ship in accordance with maritime industry standards. It core of training civers competencies in providing mess hall services, performing housekeeping services as well as providing assistance in receiving and storing provision and supplies.