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DLSZ, Inc. Technical Vocational School

The DLSZ, Inc. Technical Vocational program was conceived in order to respond to the needs of high school graduates who would like to take skills-based, short-term courses before enrolling in college. It also accommodates the increasing number of out-of-school youth and working students who would like to take livelihood or special courses either for self-gain or better employment. 

While the primary objective of DLSZ, Inc. is to better equip the trainees for employment through the acquisition and mastery of technical vocational competencies, intensive skills training running for one academic year either thrice a week or daily shall be holistic to effect self-empowerment. Strategic time-outs shall be provided for trainees to undergo formation, avail of homeroom and career guidance, acquire proficiency in English, develop relationship skills, and participate in community service through a well-structured leadership and student activities program. 

OBJECTIVES OF THE TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL

  • Provide quality and intensive skills training to high school graduates and professionals
  • Equip students with the competencies required in each course or qualification
  • Enhance the student’s skills through healthy competitions 
  • Increase students’ empowerment and marketability through on-site immersion
  • Instill the Lasallian values of faith, service, and communion in mission through various Lasallian formation activities

CHOOSE TO SUCCEED IN THE WORLD OF WORK! JOIN DLSZ, INC. TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL!

  • Be taught by competent, college degree holders, and TESDA-certified instructors in a setup supported by excellent facilities and fully air-conditioned classrooms.
  • Be touched by the charisms of St. La Salle in an atmosphere where your full development as a person matters most.
  • Be transformed by its relevant formation activities and well-structured student programs.
  • Be equipped for life through the school’s career orientation, on-site immersion program, and assistance for job placement. 
  • Be ahead of other job applicants as you learn one mandatory course and avail of enrichment classes leading to another qualification for a chance to earn not just one but two national certificates.

CHOOSE TO LIVE AND SUCCEED! BE A TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL LASALLIAN NOW!

TESDA-REGISTERED COURSES:

Automotive Servicing NC I

       This course consists of competencies that a person must achieve to perform basic engine servicing, removal, and installation of vehicle components for both diesel and gasoline-engine powered vehicles.*

Automotive Servicing NC II

                This course consists of competencies that a person must achieve to inspect, clean, and repair mechanical or electrical parts, components, assemblies, and sub-assemblies of light and heavy-duty automotive vehicles with diesel or gas engines in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification. It also covers servicing of engine mechanical components such as cooling and lubricating system; performing power train and under chassis servicing and repair.*

Computer Systems Servicing NC II 

This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and attitude of a trainee on core competencies such as install and configure computers systems, set-up computer networks, and servers and maintaining and repair computer systems and networks.* 

Cookery NC II

This training course provides trainees like us with knowledge and skills in preparing and serving hot and cold dishes/food to commercial establishments such as hotels and restaurants. It includes learning how to observe proper work hygiene and procedures; prepare, cluster, and serve food for menus; know the various cuisines across the globe; learn food presentations, and store kitchen supplies.*

*Description of each qualification is taken from the Training Regulations prescribed by TESDA.

SPECIAL COURSES:

Office Productivity

This course deals with clerical and software management. Programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Adobe Photoshop, HTML are taught to the trainees/students. Competencies include keyboarding, word processing application, and use of personal or office productivity tools.

Practical Electricity

This module is an exploratory course that leads to Electrical Installation and Maintenance National Certificate Level II (NC II). It deals with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes on identifying and preparing materials and maintenance of electrical power and hydraulic tools.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Age should be at least 18 years old and not more than 55 years old
  • Must be a high school graduate preferably from the public schools
  • From financially challenged families within Muntinlupa and/or adjacent cities 

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: (for TESDA Courses)

Trainees or students should possess the following:

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC I / NC II

  • Can communicate both oral and written; 
  • Can perform basic mathematical computation 

COMPUTER SYSTEMS SERVICING NC II

  • Can communicate both oral and written; 
  • Must pass the trainability/aptitude test

COOKERY NCII

  • Can communicate both in oral and written;
  • Physically and mentally fit;
  • with good moral character; 
  • can perform basic mathematical computation

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSIONS TEST:

  • Clear scanned copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA); 
  • Clear scanned copy of SF 9 or Report Card / SF 10 or Transcript of Records
  • NCAE result
  • Certificate of Training (if an applicant has completed a program in TESDA)
  • recent 1×1 photo
  • Barangay Clearance (named after the applicant)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character ( issued by the School Counselor/Principal)
  • Letter of Consent from parents/guardians (if the applicant is a working student)
  • Photocopy of Marriage Contract (if the applicant is married)

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

1. Fill out the Application Form completely and upload the necessary requirements needed. Upon completion, click “Submit”.

2. Pay the application fee of PhP 150.00 to the following online payment facility below:

a. All payments to the school may be made online via internet banking by using your bank’s mobile   app or website to transfer funds to the school’s Union Bank account with the following details:

Account Name: De La Salle Santiago Zobel School

Account Number: CA 018-03-000-6691

Remarks: Applicant’s Name / Application Fee / TECHVOC

 b. DLSZ online payment facility (https://pay.dlszobel.edu.ph) using your credit card or online banking accounts with the following details:

Account: Application Fee

Remarks: Applicant’s Name / Application Fee / TECHVOC

 c. Over the counter payments can be made at any Union Bank branch using the Bills Payment Slip or Deposit Slip with details below:

Payment for (Company/Institution): De La Salle Santiago Zobel School

Client Name: Applicant’s Name

Reference Number: Applicant’s Name

Account Number: CA 018-03-000-6691 (if using deposit slip)

 3. An official receipt shall be issued after confirmation of payment. The official receipt may be claimed from the school’s Finance Office after we resume normal school operations.

NOTE: Send a copy of the proof of payment for the enrollment fee via email to enroll@dlszobel.edu.ph and bumanglagje@dlszobel.edu.ph

4. Wait for the test permit to be emailed and click this DLSZ-BrafeNHS Online Admissions Test Step by Step Guide, then please be available on the day and time of the online assessment

ENROLLMENT:

  1. Download and fill out the Student Data Privacy Statement.
  2. Submit the following requirements:
    • original copy of PSA Birth Certificate
    • original copy of student’s High School Final Report Card 
    • original copy of Barangay Clearance
  1. Fill out the online registration form 
  2. Pay the Tuition Fee of at least Php 500.00 at the following online payment facilities.

APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATION AND COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT

Steps in Applying for Assessment and Certification – Regular Qualifications. The assessment shall cover only Qualifications with promulgated Training Regulations:

Automotive Servicing NC I

Automotive Servicing NC II

Cookery NC II

Computer Systems Servicing NC II

COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT PROCESS

PRE COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT

1. Submit the following documentary requirements:

  • Duly accomplished Application Form 
  • Credentials ( PSA, Certificate of Training, Certificate of Employment, etc.)
  • Properly and completely filled out Self- Assessment Guide of your chosen qualification
  • Three (3) pieces of colored and passport size picture, white background, with collar and with name printed in front.

2. Pay the Assessment at the Accounting office. Ask for an official receipt.

  • Automotive Servicing NC I ——— Php 500
  • Automotive Servicing NC II——— Php 700
  • Cookery NC II ————————-Php 1300
  • Computer Systems Servicing NCII- Php 610

3. Receive the admission slip.

4. Confirm assessment schedule and venue.

DURING COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT

  1. Arrive at the venue one (1) hour before the confirmed schedule.
  2. Present the admission slip to the Competency Assessor
  3. Sign in the attendance sheet
  4. Undergo competency assessment

POST COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT

  1. Wait for the feedback from the Competency Assessor
  2. Sign and Receive Competency Assessment Result Summary ( CARS)

             For Competent Candidates

    • Go to the nearest DHL office. Fill out DHL form
    • Pay Php 50 for NC printing and Php 75 for delivery

             For Not Yet Competent Candidates

    • Candidate may request for a schedule for re-assessment