by: Sarah Joson
Friday, November 22, 2013 | Outsourcing News |
The TESDA executive attended the inauguration of the Human Resource Development Institute - formed through the partnership between TESDA and the South Korean government. It is set to address manpower challenges for complex processes.
One of the key skills they are looking to develop is learning the Korean language since there is already a need for the skill, specifically for those who are going to work for Korean companies in Seoul. There are already volunteers from Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and Filipino trainers who are assigned to assist in teaching the Korean language.
South Korean Ambassador to the Philippines Lee Hyuk said the tech co-op center is donated by the South Korean government for the development of complex digital arts processes. Other segments that South Korea is working on are healthcare, agricultural development, and vocational training.
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