Recognition ceremonies for Tesda-Samsung EPAS trainees

posted September 10, 2016 at 06:20 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
To mark their yearlong collaboration in providing technical training for young Filipinos, Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation (SEPCO) and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) held a recognition ceremony for the graduating trainees of its TESDA-Samsung Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing (EPAS) Training Laboratory program. 

(Seated from left) Outgoing TESDA Director General Irene Isaac, SEPCO President Kevin Lee and SEPCO’s Vice President for Consumer Electronics Jun Filart with some graduates of the TESDA-Samsung Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing Training Program
Launched in June 2015, the training laboratory ensures that trainees are exposed to the latest technological developments in the consumer electronics industry, with Samsung’s provision of equipment, tools and regular updates on the brand’s technologies. The TESDA-Samsung EPAS laboratory has trained 70 students to date who have also received on-the-job training in Samsung’s accredited service centers.

Topics: Technical training , Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation , Technical Education and Skills Development Authority , EPAS Training Laboratory program , Trainees
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