By the UPDO-MIS Staff
Posted on April 14, 2016
The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has spoken. They are certified competent in preparing products for hotels and restaurants.
Dr. Caridad Ibuna, chair of the technical teacher education department of the College of Teacher Education, announced today that 32 students doing a Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education major in food service management passed the assessment for National Certificate (NC) II for Bread and Pastry Production.
The NC II holders are Girlie Faye A. Allayban, Rizalyn L. Allorda, Ma. Fatima T. Baquiran, Maricel M. Cabacungan, Liehzel O. Cabunot, Jenyvie B. Casirayan, Den Krizel F. Castro, Marival Catacutan, Benito B. Dela Cruz Jr., Ronalyn C. Dy, Michell U. Gorospe, Judy Ann V. Guillermo, Jake Orville C. Jacob, Gaea Lou R. Ligsay, Ritchelle L. Lopez, Mariejem D. Macadaeg, Bryan James B. Madriaga, Beverlee A. Maguddatu, Valerie B. Mallillin, Myra Joy M. Mendoza, Sheena D. Orzame, Angelie Rose M. Pagulayan, Jerisk Kayle C. Panganiban, Ethel Angelique Rodriguez, Melanie B. Sabado, Emmanuel Jay M. Silva, Beverly P. Soriano, Jonel B. Soriano, Mary Ann R. Soriano, Rossel A. Turingan, Christine Joy B. Untal and Joymie P. Viernes.
Dr. Ibuna said the examination was done in Lasam, Cagayan on April 11-12, 2016 with Ms. Delia Malana as lead examiner.
According to tesdaguides.com, an NC II in bread and pastry production holder may apply as baker or pastry chef in restaurants or bakery shops who prepare pastry products and prepare/cook breakfast or snacks like hamburger and sandwiches.