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Republic of the Philippines

PROVINCE OF TARLAC
Tarlac
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Training and Placement Network Program

Training and Placement Network Program (TPNP)


The Training and Placement Network Program (TPNP) was created by Gov. Victor A.
Yap to answer the immoderate unemployment rate in Tarlac which helps, train, find and search
job opportunities for Tarlaqueos. The program was founded on July 23, 2007 and their office is
situated at the Provincial Governors Office-Extension, San Vicente, Tarlac City. As a program
that utilizes jobs and trainings for the people of Tarlac it was then led by Mr. Rainier Q. Rivera
and at present administer by Ms. Maria Lira U. Reyes, Head/ Program Accounting Officer. (Refer to
Organizational Chart)

Vision
The Training and Placement Network Program shall be an inclusive line up of a neverending promotion in training and finding jobs for the Tarlaqueos and shall achieve the highest
number of employment rate in the whole country.
Mission
The Training and Placement Network Program is dedicated to help, train, find jobs and
place educationally deprived individuals and professionals in the Province of Tarlac into
training and/or employment until joblessness in the Province will be eradicated.
Goal
To get rid of the unemployment in the Province of Tarlac.
Objectives
1. To reach out the inexperienced and educationally underprivileged individuals who are
willing to better their lives thru trainings by endorsing them with Provincial
Government of Tarlac (PGT) partner companies offering skills and livelihood
trainings;
2. To tap/pool the skilled and proficient individuals, job-matched and endorse them to
partner companies for employment;
3. To support and work hand-in-hand with existing recruitment/employment units of the
local government for the general welfare of the common Tarlaqueos.
4. To oversee the different training programs of the province, which will help
Tarlaqueos either be employed or thru self-employment.
The creation of this Program helps accelerate the campaign of the
Provincial Government of Tarlac (PGT) to lessen the growing number of
unproductive and educationally deprived individuals who possess a range of
educational backgrounds and professionals of different specialization who are
in search of trainings or employment and wants to improve their economic status. The Program
execution begins with the joint collaboration of the Provincial Government of Tarlac through
Training and Placement Network Program (TPNP), Technical Education and Skills Development
Authority (TESDA) and Local Government Unit (LGU) of each municipality and with

established manpower agencies in the region. The program covers the (17) municipalities and (1)
one city of the province.
The Training and Placement Network Program (TPNP) will search and deal with the
future partner companies or agencies that will deploy our fellow Tarlaqueos and will only be
possible by signing the Memorandum of Agreement which will be done by the TPNP and Human
Resources Officer of the Partner Company or Agency. Once the partnership is established,
marketing of the program will commence and employment in Tarlac will then be escalating. Job
openings/opportunities are on the partner manpower agencys discretion to inform TPNP since
they are requesting for manpower. Recruitment, screening and pooling of applicants are executed
by TPNP. Successful applicants will then be endorsed to the partner company/agency subject for
other pre-employment procedure before deployment to local companies and/or in the nearby
economic zones/industrial parks.

TRAINING:
Program implementation commences by the joint collaboration of the Provincial Government of
Tarlac through Training and Placement Network Program (TPNP), Technical Education and
Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and Local Government Unit (LGU) of each
municipality. Every government agency shall perform the following functions in implementing
all projects:

1. Provincial Government of Tarlac (PGT)


a. Exercise day-to-day direct supervision and control over the project and
its various activities such as recruitment and selection of trainees,
implementation of skills training, guidance services and employment
assistance;
b. Provide training equipments, tools and other facilities;
c. Undertake maintenance and repairs of training equipment;
d. Monitor and evaluate the training;
e. Co-sign the training certificates;
f. Undertake other functions that shall ensure smooth and successful
implementation of the programs.
2. Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA):
a. Provide course outline;
b. Provide technical consultancy and trainers development programs;
c. Provide automatic accreditation of the training through the issuance if
certificates of training to the graduates of the program and enlist them
in the permanent records of graduates;
3. Local Government Unit (LGU):
a. Provide the training venue;
b. Upkeep the security of all tools, equipments, and training material;
c. Provide electricity and water services;
d. Exercise day-to-day direct supervision and control over the project and
its various activities such as recruitment and selection of trainees,
implementation of skills training, guidance services and employment
assistance;
e. Assist in the monitoring and evaluation of the training;

f. Co-sign the training certificates;


g. Undertake other functions that shall ensure smooth and successful
implementation of the programs;
EMPLOYMENT:
1. TPNP shall seek partnership with established manpower agencies in the
region. Memorandum of Agreement shall be entered into by the TPNP and
Human Resources Officer of the partner company or agency for the
program implementation.
2. Once the partnership was established, marketing of the program shall
commence. The program covers the (17) municipalities and (1) one city of
the province. Job opening/income opportunities shall be on the partner
manpower agencys discretion since they are the one sourcing for clients
companies requesting manpower.
3. Recruitment, screening and pooling of applicants shall be executed by
TPNP. Successful applicants shall be endorsed to the partner
company/agency subject for other pre-employment procedure before
deployment to local companies and/or in the nearby economic
zones/industrial parks.

TPNP PROGRAMS:
1. COMMUNITY BASED TRAINING PROGRAM
Since 2008, TPNP is providing Community Based Trainings under Livelihood
Training Programs for job creation and establishment of livelihood for every community
of the province of Tarlac. This aims to help residents of the community to train interested
individuals with the proper techniques and equip them knowledge for human
development and to have decent living.
As per barangay request, a letter will be addressed to the Provincial Governor of
Tarlac, attached in the letter is the list of 25-30 willing participants for every course.
Offered Training Courses are as follows:
SKILLS TRAINING:
LIVELIHOOD TRAINING:
Barista (10 days)
Beadworks (5 days)
Small Engine Repair (10 days)
Facial Make-up (7 days)
Cellphone Repair (10 days)
Food Processing (6 days)
Dressmaking/ISMO (10 days)
Commercial Cooking (5 days)
Housekeeping (10 days)
Meat Processing (5 days)
Massage Therapy (10 days)
Haircut/ Barbering (5 days)
Motorcycle Mechanics (10 days)
4 in 1 Training (Perfume,
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (10 days)
Laundry Soap, Dishwashing
Practical Electricity (8 days)
Fab Con Making) (1 day)
Manicure/ Pedicure (6 days)
Candle Making (1 day)
Catering (5 days)
Microsoft Digital Literacy Training (5 days)
CLASP Finishing Course for Call Center Agents (12 days)

2. COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM TRAINING PROGRAM


The creation of this program shall help accelerate the campaign of the Provincial
Government of Tarlac to lessen the growing number of idle skilled individuals and
provide means of securing the necessities of lives in the province. Livelihood opportunity
programs are community-based programs designed to help low-income families
specifically the Aeta communities, start their own small businesses. The programs are
designed not only to provide service or donate materials but they are also designed to
empower and encourage local communities to take pride in their work, to be selfsufficient and to provide for themselves, a concept of livelihood to promote not only on
fields of ecology but also will focus on the aim of sustainability.
The Provincial Government of Tarlac (PGT) had established a team for Sustainable
Tourism Development that shall help in the progress of tourism in the province. One of
which is the team on providing skills training on planning and development; ecotourism
and general tourism; tour guiding; food tourism; and livelihood trainings, the Training
and Placement Network Program (TPNP).
Before the introduction of skills and livelihood trainings from the TPNP team, the other
team of Sustainable Tourism Development which is the team of Community Organization
shall act upon on the aspects community awareness first, informing the local community
of the development that shall take place in their vicinity. Once the understanding was
established by the team, it was then the TPNP and food tourism team shall enter for
providing skills and livelihood trainings working hand in hand with the Local
Government Unit of the said community. These trainings will not only help many
aspiring entrepreneurs to learn lessons from business operation to entrepreneurship but as
well as marketing their products.
Below are the supplemental livelihood opportunity training programs that will empower
communities with their work for the Municipalities of Bamban, Capas, San Jose and
Mayantoc (BACASAMA):
1. Basic Cooking Methodology (Food Processing and Commercial Cooking)
2. Bamboo Handicraft
3. Beadworks
4. Massage Therapy
5. Motorcycle Repair
6. Hog and Chicken Raising
7. Industrial Sewing Machine Operation (ISMO)/ Dressmaking
8. Flowering Plant and Herbal Plant Planting
3. CONSTRUCTION SKILLS TRAINING
A vast need of Hard Skilled Workers in Construction Firms and Industries are in demand
nowadays. Given that here in Tarlac, there are no training centers offering trainings on
Construction qualifications, with this ground, multi-agency cooperation led by the
Provincial Government of Tarlac and in close coordination with the Municipal
Government of San Jose, National Irrigation Administration and TESDA will be
conducting Construction Skills Training by means of extending assistance to the affected
settlers/families in the construction of the Balog-Balog Multi Purpose Dam and Reservoir
Area in Barangay Sula, San Jose, Tarlac.

4. INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINE OPERATIONS


In view of the fact that garment industries and clothing related apparels are highly on
demand in the market at the moment, TPNP grab the opportunity on providing skill
training in sewing consequently targeting those in barangay level. It shall implement by
conducting presentation, as information disseminating procedure, to every barangay in
every Municipality with permissions from their barangay captain thereafter gathering
participants for the said training. At least 25-30 participants per batch must be filled up,
later, after it was completed, request letter from their barangay captain should be
addressed to the Provincial Governor. Costing of the training will follow afterwards, and
be approved by both parties, the Provincial Government of Tarlac and the Municipal
Government of the barangay. Following is the start of the ISMO Training within the
barangay, TPNO shall provide high speed sewing machines and Certified trainer as well.
Training duration is two (2) weeks. Certifications of Training Completion are being
awarded to successful trainees at the end of each training period. Successful trainees with
satisfactory performance during the training period will be endorsed personally to the
above partner garments factories for job placement.
5. PGT DLUXE TRAINING CENTER
The two parties Provincial Government of Tarlac (PGT) through TPNP, and DLuxe Bags
Phil. agree to cooperate and share their resources in the implementation of the program
and will carry out the following function; PGT will endorse ISMO training graduates to
DLuxe Bags Phil. for continuing skilled training thereafter DLuxe will hire
automatically trainees after passing the training.
6. COMMUNITY LANGUAGE AND SPECIALIZATION PROGRAM (CLASP)
CLASP is the new training platform introduced and conducted by the Provincial
Government of Tarlac that aims to provide basic skills in areas of communication
enhancement and language optimization. CLASP has been derived from the PGTs
Finishing Course for Call Center agents NCII and Sutherland Global Services Tarlacs
COL (Center of Learning), it is a partnership between Sutherland and the Provincial
Government of Tarlac, providing comprehensive and free pre-call center training within
the province of Tarlac observing TESDA training methodology and delivering learning
contents in accordance with BPO standards.

At the end of the 15-day course, the participants should be able to acquire the natural
American English speech mannerisms by minimizing the accent or neutralizing the
Filipino accent affected by the regional dialects with the aid of speech drills, the IPA
(International Phonetic Alphabet), American idioms, conversational patterns,
understanding the customer and basic call center knowledge and the foundation for
customer service, to facilitate the transformation of speech patterns and understanding the
call handling demeanor.

CLASP starts from pooling and assessment of applicants for purposes of evaluating level
of communication skills, enabling the trainer to determine appropriate and applicable
method or methods of training delivery. At the end of each training period, graduates of
CLASP are endorsed to Sutherland Recruitment Tarlac for language interview, profiling
and tech assessment, from this stage, a graduate of CLASP is directly scheduled either for
further training at Sutherland Tarlac site or product training, upon obtaining a specific
passing rate and/or upon meeting other requirements provided for by Sutherland Global
Services.
CLASP training is open to college graduates or college level applicants who has at least
completed 72 units, male or female, 18 to 50 years of age, with good communication
skills, with basic computer skills, and willing to be trained.

7. SECURITY TRAINING PROGRAM


Costing of the training will also be on a counter parting process. But initially, Provincial
Government of Tarlac will shoulder the whole cost of training, after that 25% of the cost
will be billed out to the Local Government of each municipality, then the 50% will be
charged to the trainees through salary deduction after being hired to the tied up
companies of Guard Skills Training Center.
8. HANJIN TRAINING ON WELDING, PIPEFITTING AND PAINTING
Ever since 2007, TPNP is determined in providing skills training then later employment
through the HHIC-Phil. Inc. The SDC training program covers all aspects in welding,
pipe fitting and painting from selection of quality materials, usage, workmanship,
refurbishing, refinement, etc. The training program is designed to prepare every
individual to gain knowledge, develop skills and most importantly be qualified for
employment at said company.
Currently, the company is still very much willing to train and eventually hire welders
from our province. SDC Hanjin Training Center will set schedule of interview here in the
province of Tarlac. Thereafter giving date for interview, TPNP shall disseminate the
information to all municipalities down to barangay level. Those who will succeed in the
final interview shall start the training afterward. PGT shall provide and shoulder the
housing/lodging of the trainees initially for 1 month, HHIC Phils Inc. has proposed to
provide a monetary allowance for said trainees at PhP150.00 per day to be released to
them biweekly. Trainees who will successfully complete the program shall be qualified to
be directly hired by the company then.
9. AGENCY/COMPANY TIE UP PROGRAM
Partnership between PGT and Agency or company wherein PGT through TPNP shall
extend a monetary incentives, token, or gift to the Human Resource Officer of the partner
company or agency for every applicant hired by the client company of TPNPs partner
agency. Such amount will be disbursed only to the Human Resource Officer once
certification of employment of the said hired endorsee is submitted to TPNP.
10. SARI-SARI STORE TRAINING AND ACCESS TO RESOURCES (S 3TAR)
PROGRAM

This is a Local Convergence Partnership on Empowering Women Retailers between the


Coca-Cola Export Corporation, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
(TESDA), Womens Group of Province of Tarlac, and Provincial Government of Tarlac
(PGT) thru Training and Placement Network Program (TPNP). This aims to reach one
hundred thousand women all over the Philippines by the year 2020 for potential retail or
micro-enterprises development, consequently providing development interventions and
assistance activities in empowering the program beneficiaries.
It mainly focused on providing formal Basic Entrepreneurship training and facilitation of
access to business resources such as product and merchandising support. Parties have
agreed to collaborate and work together to develop the details and structure of the
program.
11. MSCTC (Microsoft Community Technology Center)
A project from which the Provincial Government of Tarlac (PGT) and Sutherland Global
Services Philippines Inc. had an agreement last 2010 to implement technical education
and manpower skills development program known as the Computer Skills Training
Program, which offers basic computer skills in Microsoft Operating System. Training
Centers are situated in the venue provided by the partner Local Government Unit.
Currently there are 5 existing training centers, Tarlac City, Capas, Pura, Sta. Ignacia and
Victoria.
12. TRABAHO MUNA JOBS DB TARLAC
Provincial Government of Tarlac in partnership with Jobs DB launched an on-line data
base program wherein job vacancies within the province and nearby provinces are posted
through the PGT website and an on line application is introduced for the Tarlaqueos.
Grand Launching was held last March 4, 2013 wherein 12,861 applicants were the pilot
entry in the on line data base program. The said event was made to success with the help
of TESDA and PAHETI, and LGUs provincewide.
13. Serbisyong Angkop Para sa Asensong Kabuhayan (SAPAK)
This is a collaborative effort of Provincial Government of Tarlac through Training and
Placement Network Program (TPNP), Community Based Monitoring System (CBMS)
and Micro Finance Team (MFT) with Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Tarlac (PCCI) with its role of providing and officiating financial literacy seminar and
workshops that will help the program beneficiaries to engage more in entrepreneurship.
The program also aims to provide means of living by preparing them to make sound
decisions or managing their resources. At the end, participants shall be assessed and
selected beneficiaries shall be granted access to micro financing to develop their business
further.