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BED No.

CY 2013 PHYSICAL PLAN


(In Thousand Pesos) Agency: TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, REGION XII

MAJOR FINAL OUTPUTS (MFOs/PROGRAMS/ ACTIVITIES/PROJECTS (PAPs)

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR

PREVIOUS YEAR ACCOMPLISHMET (CY 2012)


Actual (Jan-Oct. 31) Estimate (Nov. 1Dec 31)

CY 2013 PHYSICAL TARGETS

CY 2013 QUARTERLY PHYSICAL TARGETS

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

I. General Administrative and Support Services 1. Human Resource Development 2. Increase Employee Satisfaction 3. Procurement and Facilities Management II. Support to Operations 1. Strategic and Annual plans formulated and implemented

No. of staff trained in locally in various programs No. of employees provided benefits

117

63

15

15

20

13

68

63 5 5

63

No. Of operating units procured with equipment and office supplies No. of WFP/Action Plan formulated/implemented

1 5

1 5

1 5

2. Continuous improvement of administration procedures No of policies implemented III. Operations KRA I. TVET Planning and Information Services 1.1 Formulation of TVET Plans 1.2 Operation of TESDCs 2. Social Marketing, Advocacy and Promotion 2.1 Blue Desk/Jobs Bridging Services 2.2 Youth Profiling and Starring Career Program 2.3 Skills Competition Program 2.4 Institutional Awards (Idol Awards/Kabalikat) No. of policy resolutions through R/PTESDC formulated and reommended
No. of policy resolutions through R/PTESDC formulated and adopted 3 11 2 1 16 1 3 3 6 4

Number of JBIP/Blue Desks clients referred


10,000 3400 1,000 5,000 20,000 4 3 1250 4,000 1250 6,000 2 1250 8,000 2 3 1250 2,000

No. of students profiled No. of sectoral skills competitions conducted No of Awards granted

17,505 4 3

MAJOR FINAL OUTPUTS (MFOs/PROGRAMS/ ACTIVITIES/PROJECTS (PAPs)

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR

PREVIOUS YEAR ACCOMPLISHMET (CY 2012)

CY 2013 PHYSICAL TARGETS

CY 2013 QUARTERLY PHYSICAL TARGETS

2.5 Massive advocacy of TVET Programs thru Tri Media No of press releases
19 2 16 3 4 6 3

KRA II. Standard Setting and System Development 1. TVET Program Registration and Accreditation 1.2 Registration of Institution 1.3 Compliance Audit and Registration of TVET Programs 2. Competency Assessment, Certification Program 2.1 Students/Graduates Assessed 2.2 Students/Graduates Certified KRA III. Support to TVET Provision 1. TVET Program Monitoring (All Modes)
2. Scholarhip Training Program

No of programs registered No of Programs audited

84

50

10

12

16

12

100

100

20

30

30

20

No of students assessed No of students certified No of students enrolled No of students graduated No of students enrolled

30,123 24,777 54,056 42,824

200 120 150 100

27,799 22,959 47,760 42,712

6,000 5,000 15,000 13,712

8,000 6,500 14,000 12,500

9,000 8,000 15,760 14,000

4,799 3,459 3,000 2,500

Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) Private Education Scholarship Financial Assistance Program
3. TESDA Specialista Technopreneurship Program 4. Employment of TVET Graduates

2,551

25 1,876 68 1,047 6 250

3,600 3,500 1,500 1,500 20 20,000 Approved by:

800 790 400 400 5 5,000

1200 1160 500 500 5 8,000

1200 1160 500 500 5 5,000

400 390 100 100 5 2,000

No of students graduated No of students enrolled No of students graduated No. of aggrupations organized

700 1,422 443 35

No. of Employed TVET graduates


Noted by:

15,886

Prepared by:

DELICIOSA M. MALES Planning Officer

ANDREW G. BERJA Budget Officer

ZEUS P. AMPUYAS, CESO IV Regional Director