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TESDA asks training centers to offer content creator course

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This is for you, aspiring influencers! 

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has developed a course for content creation which may be used by training centers as a basis for programs to be offered to those who want to tap into lucrative influencer opportunities. 

TESDA chief Suharto Mangudadatu said the agency, in partnership with the Kapisanan ng Social Media Broadcasters ng Pilipinas Inc. (KBP), has developed the competency standards on Content Creation (Social Media) Level III.


The core competencies of the course include social media posting, content creation, and content distribution.

"I am encouraging tech-voc providers to offer courses on content creation using these new competency standards," Mangudadatu said. 

"Many of our kababayans are very talented and resourceful, and I am confident that if given the right skills, they will be better positioned to create content that resonates better with their audience, foster meaningful connections, and ultimately contribute significantly to society," he added. 

Mangudadatu expressed confidence that "quality training" will encourage more Filipinos to discover content creation and inform or entertain their audience.


"Virtual networks and communities have enabled us to connect with our audience, build awareness, and strengthen engagement," the official said. 

"However, the effectiveness of our efforts relies heavily on the quality and relevance of the content we share. In light of this, our content creators must be well-equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to produce compelling and engaging content," he also said.

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