Pioneer in Dual Training in the Philippines
Dualtech Center pioneered Dual Training System (DTS) in the country. It was established in 1982 adapting the German model, where the school and industry train students in real-life work experience.
Learning in actual work environment
Dualtech Center employs individual mentoring beyond academics or training or employment. Students are assigned to tutors who coach them on a one-on-one basis on life-skills and personal and professional development.
Professionals serving in various sectors of industry
Many among over 12,000 graduates have become shop floor leaders in various sectors of industry from fabrication to manufacturing, to metals, to packaging, to electronics and semiconductors, to printing, to aviation maintenance, to automotive, to information technology, to food equipment, etc.
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What is Dual Training?
A training delivery system that involves two venues of learning: the school and the industry
About Dualtech Center
Dualtech is a private vocational school project established in 1982 that pioneered in adapting the German Dual Training System in the Philippines.
Partner to over 100 Companies
Dualtech Center has more than 100 partner-companies where the students are deployed for their on-the-job training (OJT). Partnership covers various industries in manufacturing and servicing.
Dualtech Center’s scholarship program aims to train scholars for employment. Scholars are accepted based on their desire to find jobs after the scholarship. In this context, “study” is synonymous with “work”. Hence, to work is to study, and vice-versa, right from the first day of training.