SECTION 8. The professions to be integrated into learning. – Only trades and occupations that have been declared fit to teach by the Minister of Labour and Employment can be included in the apprenticeship. The apprentice`s trades. – The Office evaluates crafts and technical, technical, commercial, commercial, technological, regulatory, service and management activities, which may be declared fit to teach by the Minister of Labour and Employment, and is solely responsible for the formulation of national standards for learning. any other employer willing to assume such a obligation. As with apprenticeships, the alternating training system combines practical and theoretical training. However, the main difference is that theoretical training takes place in an educational institution or training centre, while practical training takes place in an institution.  This close collaboration between the school and the company ensures that trainees are fully equipped with skills, skills and attitudes of working age at the end of their training.  It is also controlled directly by TESDA and all agreements on the alternating training system between the school and the institution must be approved by the aforementioned government authority. SECTION 5. Parties to the apprenticeship agreement. – Each apprenticeship contract is signed by the employer or its duly accredited representative and by the learner.
An apprenticeship contract with a minor is signed by the learner with the compliance of the parent or legal guardian. Who can set up programs? – Any unit, whether for-profit or not, can set up or promote apprenticeship programs and employ apprentices. Cralaw SECTION 5. Access to a learning post. – disabled workers should not be excluded from the employment of apprentices or learners if their disability is not likely to effectively impede the exercise of professional or professional activities subject to an apprenticeship or apprenticeship programme. SECTION 39. Certificate, demonstration of abilities. – A certificate of obtaining an apprenticeship diploma is proof of the skills defined in it, in accordance with the national certification standards established by the Department. Priority to the use of training centres.
– With regard to the use of training centres, recognised learning programmes are mainly identified as evidence that is in high demand in some regions or places, as the surveys show. The Office recommends that the Minister of Labour and Employment set priorities based on data provided by the Bureau of Local Employment, Labor Statistics Service, the National Manpower and Youth Council and its own resources. However, the Minister of Labour and Employment may also act on petitions from qualified organizations willing to bear the costs of training. SECTION 5. Employment training, which must be explicitly described. – How training is practical or in business should be accurately described in the learning standards of a given program.