R.A. 10533 directs the State to “create a functional basic education system that will develop productive and responsible citizens equipped with the essential competencies, skills, and values for both lifelong learning and employment”. Acknowledging the complementary roles of public and private educational institutions, the Joint Delivery Voucher Program for Senior High School Technical Vocational and Livelihood Specializations (JDVP-TVL) promotes partnerships between DepEd and qualified institutions. This initiative aims to help the public Senior High School G-12 students to complete their training in a Techvoc Institution (TVI) by offering their facilities, tools, and equipment that includes training by a competent NC holder trainer. In compliance with Deped Order 19 series of 2019 SDO Rizal conducts an orientation on JDVP as 11 TVIs signed as partners in delivering JDVP on October 1, 2019 at SDO Conference Hall. Dr. Marites A. Ibaṅez, Schools Division Superintendent, Ms. Rosemarie Blando, OIC, CID Chief, Dr. Merle B. Lopez, Division SHS Coordinator, and Mr. Magno R. Abueme, JDVP Coordinator, spearheaded the orientation on implementing Joint Delivery Voucher Program for Senior High School TVL strand.
Before the orientation, Dr. Marites A. Ibañez and Mrs. Rosemarie C. Blando awarded the Certificate of Eligibility to 11 TVIs (ACETAC Institute of Technology, Inc., Central Rizal Institute of Technology, Colegio De San Clemente, Eastern Star Academy, Inc., Eastern Star Institute of Science and Technology, Eastern Innovative School of Science and Technology, Inc., ESRA Training Center, DMPC Skilled Works Training and Assessment Center, Guhit Pinoy Animation, Inc., MAGIST and Renaissance School of Science and Technology ) who were found to be eligible to participate as JDVP-TVL Partners. This orientation was attended by school heads from different schools that offer TVL strand. The objective of this orientation is to inform the TVIs regarding the mode of JDVP implementation ensuring that TVL students of 19 Senior High School schools with 1640 student beneficiaries will have their training with a National Certificate Assessment before they exit under the tutelage of their respective schools.