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AGUSAN DEL NORTE – TESDA Agusan del Norte is adapting the face-to-face online classes and offline video-watching of learning materials for students, in an effort to continue their programs amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the provincial director Liza Budtan.

Those students who don’t have an internet connection at home but have mobile phones will be provided with internet and daily allowance.

With this, TESDA aims to help as many individuals in acquiring skills through their vocational courses.

Inter-Agency Task Force has previously approved the students to go to the training center but only up to 50 percent of the venue’s capacity. Students also have to follow the protocols such as social distancing and wearing of personal protective equipment that will be provided for free from TESDA.

TESDA officials clarify that some classes need to be conducted in a training center because of the actual teaching. Nevertheless, TESDA assures they will follow the protocols set by IATF.

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