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World Vision sponsored children have now another option to pursue a higher education after National College of Science and Technology Institute of Industrial Research(NCST) and World Vision signed a memorandum of agreement that would help World Vision sponsored children pursue a diploma or certifcate course.
The partnership between NCST and World Vision gives opportunities for high school students to continue their education in a study-now-pay-later scheme. Students enrolled in NCST will have the chance to work in different partner companies of NCST.
NCST President Emerson B. Atanacio and World Vision Publics in Ministry Director Boris Joaquin said they hope to open doors for sponsored children to fulfill their dreams and be a blessing to the country and other children.
Under the said agreement, qualified World Vision scholars may avail of the Dual Training System (DST) program of NCST. Implemented by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), DST combines learning in school or training center and in a company.
The partnership between a school and a company ensures that the students are equipped with the right skills and attitude that the company requires. Students usally trained for three months in school and another nine months in the partner company.
NCST offers DST on Manufacturing Techonology and Production Technology.
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