Dualtech Training Center

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.

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.

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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ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya

absABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya partners with Dualtech and its Alumni Association for Community Service

ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya invited Dualtech Center to visit one of its adopted communities in San Roque, San Rafael, Bulacan to invite prospect scholars to enroll in its program. As they believe in the value of quality technical education, character formation, and industry partnership, the foundation introduced Dualtech as its academe partner that will provide these students the right training under its key priority areas for livelihood and employment.

Career in technical education

careerDualtech at the forefront

The Philippines is one of the countries with a growing economy with multinational industries beginning to locate in the country. The province of Laguna, where Dualtech is situated, is home to the biggest privately-developed Technoparks in Southeast Asia, with hundred thousand employees depending on these companies for their income. With such a scale and demand for technology and its partner technical sector, it’s no surprise that the economy is demanding more and more experts well-versed in technical support.

Technical Careers Needed

technicalThe marching orders of Pres. Duterte to TESDA to offer more courses that will support his Build, Build, Build Program underscores the lack of skilled workers in our country. A large percentage of families want their children to be college-educated, in the hope of seeing them land professional jobs. The willingness of the youth to sign up for construction or manufacturing positions is reduced in importance for jobs behind computers in air-conditioned offices. For most Filipino families, the road to success is paved with a bachelor’s degree.