TESDA Scholarship: Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing NC II

Good news! The Holy Trinity Collehe of General Santos City is now accepting scholars for Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing (EPAS) NC II under the TESDA Tulong Trabaho Scholarship Program (TTSP) with free training and assessment.

Scholar Benefits:

  • Free Training
  • Free Assessment
  • Flexible Training Schedules


  • Birth certificate (PSA Authenticated) 
  • 2x2 Picture with white background
  • 15 years old and above
  • Photocopy of school credentials (Form 137/TOR)
  • Government ID's
  • Billing statement with residence address (SOCOTECO, Water District, Bank Statement, etc.)
Training Schedule (Flexible Mode)
June 15, 2024 - August 20, 2024 6:00pm - 10:00pm Monday to Sunday
July 4, 2024 - August 7, 20246:00pm - 10:00pm Monday to Sunday

For interested applicants, please visit our HTC School of Technical-Vocational Education & Training-STVET or call 552-5578 local 230 or 09957658244.

The Electronic Products Assembly and Servicing NC II is a technical vocational course offered in TESDA It is designed to provide individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary for assembly, testing, maintenance, and repair of electronic products and systems.

Here are some key components typically covered in an EPAS NC II program:

  1. Basic Electronics: Understanding the fundamental principles of electronics, such as Ohm's law, circuit analysis, and component identification.
  2. Assembly Techniques: Learning how to properly assemble electronic components onto circuit boards or other substrates following industry standards and safety protocols.
  3. Testing and Troubleshooting: Developing skills in testing electronic products to ensure they meet specifications and diagnosing and repairing faults or malfunctions.
  4. Tools and Equipment Handling: Familiarization with various tools and equipment used in electronic assembly and servicing, including soldering irons, multimeters, oscilloscopes, and soldering stations.
  5. Safety Procedures: Emphasizing safety protocols to prevent accidents and injuries while working with electronic components and equipment.
  6. Quality Control: Understanding the importance of quality control measures in electronic assembly, including inspection processes and adherence to quality standards.
  7. Workplace Communication and Ethics: Developing effective communication skills and understanding the ethical responsibilities associated with working in the electronics industry.

Upon completion of the EPAS NC II program, graduates should be equipped with the skills necessary to pursue employment opportunities in electronic assembly and servicing, such as electronic technician positions in manufacturing companies, repair shops, or service centers.