TESDA Assessment Center

About Center for Technical Education (TESDA Accredited Assessment Center)

The Center for Technical Education (CTE) process the national assessment and certification of the competencies of students in compliance with the Philippine Qualifications Framework.

 The conduct of competency assessment will provide the students with National Certificates for various qualifications that will certify them with local industry standards and global skills competence in line with the Philippines’ Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) training regulations.

Accredited Qualification for National Assessment

  • Barista NC II
  • Bartending NC II
  • Bread and Pastry Production NC II
  • Cookery NC II
  • Food and Beverage Services NC II
  • Front Office Services NC II
  • Housekeeping NC II
  • Tourism Promotion Services NC II
  • Travel Services NC II
  • Commercial Cooking NC III
  • Events Management Services NC III
  • Food and Beverage Services NC III
  • Housekeeping NC III
  • 3D Animation NCIII
  • Animation NCII
  • Bookkeeping NCIII
  • Visual Graphic Design NCII

Application Procedures

Available qualifications for TESDA Assessment and Certification:

  • Events Management Services NCIII
  • Tourism Promotion Services NCII
  • Food and Beverage Services NCII
  • Food and Beverage Services NCIII
  • Bartending NCII
  • Barista NCII
  • Front Office Services NCII
  • Housekeeping NCII
  • Bookkeeping NCIII

Registration/Application Period – until October 15,2022 

Qualification Title Date of National Assessment  
Events Management Services NCIII To be arranged 
Food and Beverage Services NCII To be arranged 
Tourism Promotion Services NC II To be arranged 
Front Office Services NCII To be arranged 
Barista NCII and Bartending NCII To be arranged 
Bookkeeping NCIIII To be arranged 
Housekeeping NCII To be arranged 

The 1-day national assessment seeks to determine if a person can perform to the standards expected in the workplace based on the defined competency standards. Once you pass the national assessment for the qualification you are trying to get certified in, a National Certification will be provided. This ensures the productivity, quality, and global competitiveness of middle-level workers.


LPU Applicants

STEP 1: Go to the Center for Technical Education Office to fill up the form.

STEP 2: Go to Cashier’s Office to pay for Assessment Fee.

STEP 3: Go back to the Center for Technical Education Office to present the official receipt of the assessment fee and get your admission slip which will be presented during the national assessment.

STEP 4: National Assessment Day

Complete the assessment procedure conducted by the TESDA-accredited assessors.

Note: Schedule (date and time) and other details of assessment will be sent via email or thru SMS.