TESDA Animal Health Care And Management NCIII

TESDA Animal Health Care And Management NCIII course is the acquisition of skills and training on how to successfully provide health care to livestock in either commercial or backyard farms with the supervision and monitoring of an animal doctor which is a veterinarian. The course would also include collecting and handling specimens and handling and storing drugs and biologics.

WHAT ARE THE CORE COMPETENCY SKILLS THAT NEED TO BE LEARNED?

It also involves acquiring skills with massive importance for the improved and better performance of the practice such as:

  1. How to apply safety measures in farm operations;
  2. How to use farm tools and equipment;
  3. How to perform estimation and calculations;
  4. How to use appropriate restraining and handling of animals;
  5. How to apply bio-security measures;
  6. How to administer drugs and biologics;
  7. How to handle and store drugs and biologics; and
  8. How to collect and handle specimen.

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO STUDY A CERTAIN COURSE?

In order to accomplish the short term course, one has to attend classes in a minimum of 208 hours. The schedule will depend on the TESDA site you will be enrolling at.

What are the requirements for enrolling in TESDA Animal Health Care And Management NCIII?

These are the requirements in order to be in the course you want:

  1. PSA Birth Certificate
  2. High School or College Diploma
  3. Certified True Copy of Official Transcript of Records or Form 137
  4. Certificate of Good Moral Character or GMRC
  5. 1 x 1 and/or 2 x 2 pictures

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However, the requirements may vary depending on the school you are enrolling at. So please be advised to be in communication to the school for the possible variation of required documents.

How to Get a TESDA Animal Health Care And Management NCIII Assessment and Certificates?

Students who take this course must apply for an assessment to determine if he/she can perform the standards expected in the workplace based on the defined competency standards. The National Certificate (NC) / Certificate of Competency (COC) will be provided to those who meet the competency standards.

STEP 1: Go to any TESDA Accredited Assessment Centers/TESDA District or Provincial Office near your location and apply for assessment.
STEP 2: Submit the following documentary requirements:

  • Duly accomplished Application Form;
  • Properly and completely filled-out Self Assessment Guide of your chosen qualification;
  • Three (3) pieces of colored and passport size picture, white background, with collar and with name printer at the back;

STEP 3: Pay the Assessment Fee at the Assessment Center Cashier and get Official Receipt and Admission Slip. See List of Assessment Fees.
STEP 4: Be present at the scheduled date and assigned venue of assessment indicated in the Admission Slip.
DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR ADMISSION SLIP ON YOUR ASSESSMENT DATE.
STEP 5: Get the Competency Assessment Result Summary (CARS) at the Assessment Center.
STEP 6: Assessment passers must apply for certification at the TESDA District/Provincial Office where the assessment center/venue is under jurisdiction.
STEP 7: Assessment passers can claim their National Certificate (NC)/Certificate of Competency (COC) seven (7) working days after application for the issuance of COC/NC.

WHAT IS OR ARE THE POSSIBLE JOB/S AFTER GRADUATION?

The very reason why students enrol in a course is to find a job that suits their interest and passion someday. In this manner, they can be proud of what turned out to be who they are.

When done with this course, a qualified one can be employed as a livestock health technician.

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