TESDA Short Courses Offered

Technical Education and Skills Development Authority ( TESDA Short courses offered )

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Training Courses Lists:

Automotive Servicing

This TESDA course is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of an individual in the field of automotive servicing in accordance with industry standards. It covers basic, common and core competencies such as: perform gas and diesel tune-up, service automotive battery service ignition system, test and repair wiring/lighting system, perform under chassis preventive maintenance and perform shop maintenance.

Requirements:

Trainees or students should possess the following requirements:

  • can communicate both orally and in written form;
  • physically and mentally fit;
  • with good moral character; and
  • can perform basic mathematical computations.

TESDA Accredited Automotive Servicing Schools in Metro Manila

TESDA Automotive Accredited Schools Manila
Don Bosco Youth Training Center
Address: Bo. Magsaysay, Tondo, Manila
Contact details: 254-56-59/251-52-60

Guzman College of Science and Technology, Inc.
Address: GCST Bldg., 509 Z. P. De Guzman Street, Quiapo, Manila
Contact details: 733-43-74 / 733-43-63/733-98-66

Samson College of Science and Technology
2128 Legarda Street Sampaloc, Manila
Contact details: 734-86-04/734-86-02

Intership Navigation Training Center, Inc.
2/F CRI Bldg, 665 Quirino Ave, Malate, Manila
Phone numbers: 521-2825/522-3477/521-9306

TESDA Muntinlupa
Christ the King College of Science and Technology, Inc. (Formerly Christ the King Technical School)
2/F Jaysons Bldg., No. 12 National Rd., Putatan
Contact details: 862-19-17, 862-6930, 862-1918

TESDA Las Piñas
Las Pinas College
Pilar Village, Almanza, Las Pinas
Contact details: 801-72-11 to 14

TESDA Taguig
TESDA Women’s Center
Gate 1 TESDA Complex, East Service Rd., SSH, Taguig
Contact details: 818-80-62

TESDA Pasig
CAPELLAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INC.
Dr. Sixto Ave., cor. Caruncho Ave., Pasig City
Tel. 641-5648

TESDA Mandaluyong
MANDALUYONG MANPOWER & YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC.
Brgy. Hulo Bliss, Mandaluyong City
Tel. 531-5159 / 533-2098 / 5330870

TESDA Marikina
MARIKINA DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING OFFICE (CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE)
2/F City Hall Building, sta. elena, Mariina City
Telephone number: 682-9280

TESDA PASAY
Techno Development Center of the Philippines
2340 F. B. Harrison St., Pasay City
Telephone number: 556-3819
Automotive Servicing NC II

TESDA MAKATI
Univille Vocational Center
2274 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City
Contact: 816-7073/817-0993/728-7085 fax-812-4447
Automotive Servicing NC II

TESDA Quezon City
Bagong Henerasyon Foundation, Inc.
No. 1 Road 11 Corner Road 12., 2nd Floor SK Hall Building, Bahay Toro, Project 8 Quezon City
Tel: 4530653/ 922-5824/ 925-6045 loc.253

Samson College of Science and Technology, Inc.
587 EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City
FAX 723-1648
Contact details: 721-4129, 414-6429, 414-6430, 414-6431

TESDA CALOOCAN
CENTRO MANUFACTURING CORP.
No. 2 Susano R d., Bo. Deparo, Novaliches, Caloocan City
Contact details: 930-09-71/939-37-10

Caloocan City Manpower Training Center (South)
MTC Bldg., Monumento, Caloocan City
Telephone number: 324-5084

TESDA VALENZUELA
Valenzuela City Polytechnic College
Kamagong St. Fortune Vill. 6, Parada, Valenzuela City
Telephone number: 293-07-75

Metal Research and Testing Laboratiories Inc.
6409 RiversideTatalon Street, Ugong Valenzuela City
Telephone number: 440-5118/445-3036

Metal Research and Testing Laboratiories Inc.
6409 RiversideTatalon Street, Ugong Valenzuela City
Contact details: 440-5118/445-3036

St. Peter Vellle Technical Training Center, Inc.
92 McArthur Highway, Valenzuela City
Contact details: 444-1939

SUPERCAST FOUNDRY AND MACHINERY CORPORATION
P. Gregorio St., Bo. Lingunan, Valenzuela City
Contact details: 293-09-95

Ref: TVI with Registered Programs – TESDA
See also TESDA’s Automotive online program

Baker, Baking, Pastry

It covers basics of baking lessons – desserts, cakes, pastry.

Accredited Baker, Baking and Pastry Schools

M.R. Mabalot Tech., Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Alaminos City
(075) 551-2008 / 542-7082
(S.J.B.) Saint John Bosco I.A.S. Inc.
Baking & Pastry Production NC II
2-3/F Security Bank Bldg. EDSA Guadalupe, Makati City
882-0066/882-6600/532-4945

Abraham Dumlao Colleges of the Philippines, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
No. 12 Salvia St., Saint Dominic Subd., Zabarte, Novaliches, Quezon City
Tel: 417-5105 936-0957

Aklan Catholic College, Inc.
Baking, Pastry and Restaurant Services (Bundled Qualifications in Food & Beverage Services NC II – 356 hours, Bread & Pastry Production NC II – 168 hours
Archbishop Gabriel M. Reyes St., Kalibo, Aklan
268-4152/268-4010

Arellano University
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
2600 Legarda St Sampaloc, Manila
734-7371/735-3215

Asian Institute of Science and Technology – Central Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Crown Link Building, Regalado Avenue Fairview, Quezon City
Tel: 461-3175

Asiaworld Culinary Academy Corporation
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
3F Parammata Bldg. (Infront of CSI Mall), Biday, San Fernando City
(072) 888-6828

DATAMEX INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, INC.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
No. 5 Blumentritt St., Brgy. Batis, San Juan City
Tel. 511-7378

Divine Word College of Vigan, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Burgos St., Vigan City, Ilocos Sur
(077) 722-1821

GATEWAYS INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, INC.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
2/F Chowking Bldg., M.H. del Pilar St. cor. Caruncho Ave., San Nicolas, Pasig City
Tel. 640-0422 / Fax: 641-7390

Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College – Candon Campus
Baking/Pastry Production NC II Ladd.-(BSHRM)
Darapidap, Candon City
None

Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College – Santiago Campus
Baking/Pastry Production NC II (Ladd.-BSIT)
Poblacion Norte, Santiago, Ilocos Sur
None

Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College – Santiago Campus
Baking/Pastry Production NC II (Ladd.-BSIE)
Poblacion Norte, Santiago, Ilocos Sur
None

Infotech Institute of Arts and Sciences
Baking & Pastry Production NC II
3/F Apex Bldg., Comembo Commercial Center, J.P. Rizal Extension, Makati City
532-4945

International Advanced Technology Education Center (IATEC) Computer College – Socorro Campus
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Nautical Highway, Zone III, Socorro, Oriental Mindoro
(043) 284-5295

International Colleges for Excellence, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
No. 40 Calle Garcia, Poblacion, Urdaneta City
(075) 568-7660

Liberty Commodities Corporation (MAYA KITCHEN CULINARY ARTS CENTER)
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
8th Floor Liberty Bldg. 835 Arnaiz Ave. Makati City
892-5011/815-6263

LYCEUM Of The Philippines Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Muralla Street, Intramuros, Manila
527-85-21-58 loc117/527-17-61/ 5272744
Mariano Marcos State University – CIT
Baking/Pastry Production (BSIT) NC II
P. Gomez St., Laoag City, Ilocos Norte
(077) 771-4241

Mindanao State University-College of Hotel and Restaurant Management
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
MSU, Marawi City
None

Montessori Professional College Lagro – Branch Inc.
Baking & Pastry Production NC II
Quirino Highway cor. Ascension Ave., Lagro, Quezon City
935-00-61/419-1312/ 419-1290

Montessori Professional College Muñoz Branch Inc.
Baking & Pastry Production NC II
304 Roosevelt Ave. corner M. H. del Pilar Street, Muñoz, Quezon City
Tel: 373-7043/ 373-7044/ 687-1775

National Teachers College
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
629 J. Nepomuceno St., Quiapo, Manila
734-56-01

New Era University
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
St. Joseph St., Milton Hills Subd., Bgy. New Era
981-4221/40

OB MONTESSORI CENTER, INC.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Einsenhower St. Greenhills, San Juan
Tel. 723-9060 / Fax: 721-2763 / 722-9720 to 26

Occidental Mindoro State College (formerly:Occidental Mindoro National College)
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Rizal St., San Jose , Occidental Mindoro
(043) 491-1460

Our Lady of Fatima University, Inc.
Baking & Pastry Production NC II
Esperanza St., Hilltop Mansion Subd., Lagro Quezon City
935-2947/ 291-6504/6556/ 419-1288

Our Lady of Lourdes College Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
5037 Gen. T. de Leon St. Valenzuela City
293-9372/293-5009

PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MARIKINA
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Brazil St., Greenheights Subd. Phase 1 (Main) Concepcion Uno Marikina City
Tel. 369-8650 / 369-4927

PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG PASIG
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Alcalde Jose St., Kapasigan, Pasig City
TeL. 628-1014 / 6439558

Pangasinan Merchant Marine Academy, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II (Ladd.-BSHRM)
Perez Blvd., Dagupan City
(075)529-5955/ 3035

PASIG LIVELIHOOD FOUNDATION, INC.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Caruncho Avenue, San Nicolas Pasig City
Tel 641-6536 / 642-4223

Perpetual Help College of Manila, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
1240 V. Concepcion St.Sampaloc Manila
743-84-97/731-15-50

Philippine College of Science and Technology (Calasiao, Pangasinan), Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II (Ladd.-BSMRM)
Nalsian, Calasiao, Pangasinan
(075) 522-8032

Polytechnic College of La Union, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
San Joaquin Sur, Agoo, La Union
(072) 710-0242

Provincial Training Center – Bulacan (Malolos)
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Brgy. San Agustin, Malolos City, Bulacan
662-8124

Provincial/City Manpower Development Center
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Gen. Mamarinta Lao, Maliwanag, Marawi City, Lanao del Sur
09192727050

Saint John Bosco College of Northern Luzon, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
National Highway, Lingsat, San Fernando City, La Union
(072) 607-5373/ 700-0164 / 0046

San Juan de Dios Educational Foundation Inc.
Baking & Pastry Production NC II
2772-2774 Roxas Blvd. Pasay City
551-4384/551-2763

Skill-Power Institute, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
North Avenue cor. Agham Road North Triangle Quezon City
None

ST. CHAMUEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (PASIG) INC.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
No. 3 Carmen Bldg., Caruncho Avenue, San Nicolas, Pasig City
Tel. 641-9471 / 645-2266

ST. CHAMUEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MARIKINA CAINTA , INC.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Buenviaje Bldg. Marcos Hiway San Roque, Marikina City
Tel. 641-9471

St. Elizabeth Global Skills Institute Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
Km 131, Maharlika Highway, Talavera, Nueva Ecija
044-411-0292

St. Louise de Marillac College of Bogo
Baking & Pastry Production NC II
6010 Sor. Dorotea Rubio St., Bogo, Cebu
(032) 434-8687

St.Therese of the Child Jesus Insitute of Arts and Sciences
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
3/F Wardley Bldg. 1991 Taft Ave., cor. San Juan St., Pasay City
521-7362 / 710-4211

Sta. Veronica College, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
National Hway, Baroro, Bacnotan
(077) 720-2604 / 0174

Tech Pacific College, Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
91, 4th Avenue, Murphy, Cubao, Quezon City
438-1604/438-1607

University of Cebu – Lapulapu and Mandaue Inc.
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
A.C. Cortes Ave., Looc, Mandaue City
(032) 345-6666/ 344-0330 / 346-7462

University of Luzon, Inc. (formerly Luzon Colleges, Inc.)
Baking/Pastry Production NC II (Ladd.-BSHRM)
2F Rm 130, New Bldg., Perez Blvd., Dagupan City, Pangasinan
(075) 515-7707/8177/ 5767 (Fax)

University of Manila
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
546 Mariano de los Santos Sr. Street, Sampaloc, Manila
735-5084-85/735-5098/7355094

Urdaneta City University
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
San Vicente West, Urdaneta City
(075) 568-2475/ 7612

World City College, Inc. (Quezon City Medical Center Colleges)
Baking/Pastry Production NC II
960 Aurora Boulevard, Cubao, Quezon City
Tel 913-6351/ Fax: 913-8383

Barista / Bartending

a TESDA short course offers that will teach you a particular skills on preparing, mixing, and serving drinks – hot or cold ( alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks )

Bartending Accredited Schools

Acedilla Technological Institute Incorporated
Bartending NC II
42 A. Mabini St., Baybay City, Leyte
(053) 335-0314/ 09196801042

Aces Polytechnic College, Inc. (Davao del Norte)
Bartending NC II
Tadeco Road, San Francisco, Panabo City
084 822-4182/ 628-6915/ 09287447391

Aces Tagum College, Inc.
Bartending NC II
Mankilam. Tagum City, Davao del Norte
(084) 400-2099/ 217-2623

Achieve a Career Today Training Center and Development, Inc. doing business under the name and style of Privilege Travel Tours and the Bow Tie Café
Bartending NC II
3/F Cocolife Bldg. cor. Lopez Ave., Dr. A. Santos Ave. Sucat, Parañaque City
847-0000

ACLC College of Gapan , Inc.
Bartending NC II
San Vicente, Gapan City Nueva Ecija
044-486-2859-78

AMA Computer College-Makati
Bartending NC II
5486 Sergio Omeña Highway COR. Hen Tinio St., Bangkal, Makati City
844-3225/ 751-7133

AMA Computer Learning Center of Angeles City, Inc.
Bartending NC II
Dona Theresa Bldg, Sto. Rosario, Angeles City, Pampanga
045-887-2905

AMA Computer Learning Center of Apalit, Inc.
Bartending NC II
Manansala Building MacArthrur Highway, Sulipan, Apalit, Pampanga
(045)652-1110

AMA COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER OF ECLI PASIG, INC.
Bartending NC II
4th Floor Danny Floro Bldg., C. Raymundo Ave., Caniogan, Pasig City
Tel. 641-1629 – 30

AMA Computer Learning Center of Guadalupe Makati, City
Bartending NC II
2nd Floor Guadalupe Commercial Cmplex, EDSA, Guadalupe Makati City
882-0964/750-0870

AMA Computer Learning Center of Guagua, Inc.
Bartending NC II
2&3F Vesa Bldg., Plaza Burgos, Guagua, Pampanga
(045) 901-0937

AMA Computer Learning Center of Mabalacat, Inc.
Bartending NC II
2F, Dau Mart II, Mabalacat, Pampanga
045-8924017

AMA Computer Learning Center of Poblacion, Baliuag, Inc.
Bartending NC II
329 Aquino Ave., Poblacion, Baliuag
(044) 766-1339

For more TESDA bartending accredited schools click here

Beauty/Cosmetology

This course is designed to pursue a range of occupations associated with beauty care services.

Accredited Cosmetology Schools

MARIKINA POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
Cosmetology Course
Shoe Ave. cor Chanyungco St., Sta. Elena, Marikina City
Tel. 933-6790 / 682-0591

1 AND ALL TECHNICAL SCHOOL, INC.
Beauty Care Services (Nail Care) NC II
Pres. Quirino St., Pinikitan, Cagayan de Oro City
(088) 857-6677/ 850-1988

1 AND ALL TECHNICAL SCHOOL, INC.
Beauty Care (Nail Care) Services NC II – Mobile Training Program
Pres. Quirino St., Pinikitan, Cagayan de Oro City
(088) 857-6677/ 850-1988

A.B.A. Cosmetology Career Center, Inc.
Beauty Care Services (Nail Care) NC II
2540 Mencidor Village, Tagum City, Davao del Norte
084 370-7364

Check more list of accredited beauty schools

Computer Courses

TESDA computer courses offers hands on training on hardware servicing and programming. Computer hardware servicing tackles basic to advanced troubleshooting while programming covers how to write and fix computer/software codes.

Computer Courses Accredited Schools

ACLC College of Iriga City, Inc. (formerly: AMA Computer Learning Center of Iriga, Inc.)
Computer Hardware Servicing NC II
2F JASACA Bldg., Highway 1, San Miguel, Iriga City
(054) 4580400

ACLC College of Iriga City, Inc. (formerly: AMA Computer Learning Center of Iriga, Inc.)
Computer Systems and Network Technology
2F JASACA Bldg., Highway 1, San Miguel, Iriga City
(054) 4580400

ACLC College of Iriga City, Inc. (formerly: AMA Computer Learning Center of Iriga, Inc.)
Computer Systems Servicing NC II
2F JASACA Bldg., Highway 1, San Miguel, Iriga City
(054) 4580400

Imus Computer College, Inc.
Computer Hardware Servicing NC II
2/F Aragon Bldg., Alabang-Zapote Rd., Almanza, Las Piñas City
800-4162

La Finn’s Scholastica, Inc., (formerly La Union Colleges of Nursing, Arts and Sciences, Inc.)
Computer Hardware Servicing NC II
181 Purok III, Bgy. Biday, San Fernando City, La Union
(072) 888-0858/1089 Fax 888-5199

“I-Tech Innovative Technological College of the Philippines
Computer Hardware Servicing NC II
2nd Floor, R. Larrobis Bldg., Ward 4, Poblacion, Minglanilla, Cebu
239-5543/ 09339687839

(S.J.B.) Saint John Bosco I.A.S. Inc.
Computer Hardware Servicing NC II
2-3/F Security Bank Bldg. EDSA Guadalupe, Makati City
882-0066/882-6600/532-4945

(S.J.B.) SAINT JOHN BOSCO I.A.S. INC. – (Pasig Branch)
Computer Hardware Servicing NC II
55 Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City
Tel. 535-1595

More of TESDA accredited computer schools

Culinary Course / Food Processing

According to Wikipedia, Culinary is an art of the preparation, cooking, and presentation of food, usually in the form of meals.You will learn basic vegetable prep, to stocks, fish, meats, and pastry. You’ll also learn how to read a recipe, confidence in kitchen and etc.

Culinary TESDA Training Center

Culinary Services (Bundled Qualifications in Food & Beverage Services NC II and Cookery NC II)
M.H. del Pilar St., Molo, Iloilo City
336-5449 / 337-3860 / 337-7538

Metropolitan Occupational Science & Technology Institute Corp. (MOST)
Fundamentals of Asian Culinary Arts
2nd Floor, ELI Bldg., Boni Serrano cor. 6th Ave., Murphy, Cubao, Quezon City
F4389465; 9127189; 9115122

Metropolitan Occupational Science & Technology Institute Corp. (MOST)
Halal Culinary Arts
2nd Floor, ELI Bldg., Boni Serrano cor. 6th Ave., Murphy, Cubao, Quezon City
9127189/9115122/ Fax No. 4389465

Passi Trade School
Culinary Technology (Bundled Qualifications in Bread and Pastry Production NC II and Cookery NC II)
Bgy. Sablogon, Passi City
311-5451/311-5420

Philippine College of Technology , Inc.
Culinary Arts (Bundled Qualifications in Cookery NC II, Bread & Pastry Production NC II)
Garden Park Village, DMSF Drive, Bajada, Davao City
(082) 221-0381/222-4808

University of San Agustin
Culinary Arts (Bundled Qualifications in: Cookery NC II, Bartending NC II, Food and Beverage Services NC II)
Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City
33-3374841 to 3374844 loc 309

Verde Grande College (formerly: Verde Grande Culinary School, Inc.)
Culinary Hotel & Restaurant Entrepreneurship (Bundled Qualifications in Cookery NC II-316 hours, Bread & Pastry Production NC II-168 hours, Food & Beverage Services NC II-356 hours and Houskeeping NC II-436 hours
645 Bayanihan Road, Pook, Kalibo, Aklan
(036) 268-5936

Verde Grande College (formerly: Verde Grande Culinary School, Inc.)
Culinary Arts & Food Services (Bundled Qualifications in Cookery NC II-316 hours, Bread & Pastry Production NC II-168 hours, and Food & Beverage Services NC II-356 hours
645 Bayanihan Road, Pook, Kalibo, Aklan
(036) 268-5936

Verde Grande College (formerly: Verde Grande Culinary School, Inc.)
Culinary Arts Sepcialist (Bundled Qualifications in Cookery NC II-316 hours and Bread & Pastry Production NC II-168 hours
645 Bayanihan Road, Pook, Kalibo, Aklan
(036) 268-5936

TESDA Food Processing accredited schools

Electrician Course in TESDA (Electrical Installation & Maintenance)

Accredited Schools

1 AND ALL TECHNICAL SCHOOL, INC.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Pres. Quirino St., Pinikitan, Cagayan de Oro City
(088) 857-6677/ 850-1988

1 AND ALL TECHNICAL SCHOOL, INC.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II – Mobile Training Program
Pres. Quirino St., Pinikitan, Cagayan de Oro City
(088) 857-6677/ 850-1988

1 AND ALL TECHNICAL SCHOOL, INC.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC III
Vamenta Boulevard, Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City
(088) 857-6677

A.G. Villaroya Technological Foundation Institute, Inc.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Loilo St., Zone 5, Bulan, Sorsogon
(056) 4111659

A.G. Villaroya Technological Foundation Institute, Inc.
Automotive Electrical Assembly NC II
Loilo St., Zone 5, Bulan, Sorsogon
(056) 4111659

ACCESS FOR YOUTH TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT CENTER
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Commercial Complex, Luis Perez Street, Tandag, Surigao del Sur
(086) 211-3826

Achievers I Training & Development Center, Inc.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
3/F ABN Plaza bldg., McArthur Highway, Del Rosario, City of San Fernando (P)
(045) 436-8374/ 455-3329/ 860-3537

Achievers I Training & Development Center, Inc.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II – Mobile Training Program
3/F ABN Plaza bldg., McArthur Highway, Del Rosario, City of San Fernando (P)
(045) 436-8374/ 455-3329/ 860-3537

ACSATS Training Institute (formerly: Anthrax56 Computer Servicing & Training Specialists, Inc.)
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
San Jose Gusu, Zamboanga City
(062) 991-5273

Adventist College of Technology
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Acmonan, Tupi, South Cotabato
09462307363/ 0919843553

AGUSAN DEL SUR SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADES
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
GDOP, Gov’t Center, Patin-ay Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur
(085) 343-7709 / 343-7132

AGUSAN DEL SUR SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADES
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC III
GDOP, Gov’t Center, Patin-ay Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur
(085) 343-7709 / 343-7132

AGUSAN DEL SUR SCHOOL OF ARTS AND TRADES
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC IV
GDOP, Gov’t Center, Patin-ay Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur
(085) 343-7709 / 343-7132

Alcantra National Trade School
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Poblacion, Alcantara, Romblon
09999905824

Aldersgate College
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Burgos St., Quirino, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya
(078) 321-5645/ 321-5085

Aloran Trade High School
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Aloran, Misamis Occidental
None
AMG Skilled Hands Technological College (formerly: AMG Skilled Hands Training Center, Inc.)
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Cagayan Valley Road, Makapilapil, San Ildenfonso, Bulacan
(044) 901-1302/901-1328/ 9443262195

AMG Skilled Hands Technological College, Inc.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Psalm Training Base, Poblacion, Talisay City
491-3489/ (044) 326-2140

Andres Bonifacio College, Inc.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
College Park, Dipolog City
(065) 212-2937

Aparri Polytechnic Institute (formerly: Aparri School of Arts and Trades)
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Maura, Aparri, Cagayan
(078) 822-8270 / 888-2015 / 822-8306

Apayao Training Center (formerly: Apayao Provincial Technology and Livelihood Training Center (APTLTC))
Perform Preventive Maintenance on Motorcycle Mechanical and Electrical Systems Leading to Motorcycle/Small Engine Servicing NC II
Provincial Gov’t. Center San Isidro Sur, Luna Apayao
09204072877/ 09399078196

Areza Institute of Technology Inc.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Areza Town Center, Brgy. Canlalay, Biñan City, Laguna
(049) 411-5397

Asiacareer College Foundation, Inc.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Asiacareer Bldg., Perez Blvd., Dagupan City, Pangasinan
(075) 522-9836/ 515-8881/ 7241

Asian Development Foundation College, Inc. (ADFC)
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Bliss Sagkahan, Tacloban City
(053)321-3215

Aurora Pioneers Memorial College, Inc.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Bonifacio St., Pagadian City
(062) 331-2334

Aurora Polytechnic College (Formerly: Aurora Technological Institute Inc.)
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Brgy Buhangin, Baler, Aurora, , Baler, Aurora
09282812491

Automotive Service Association, Inc. of Central Visayas
Automotive Electrical Security & Electronic Components Servicing NC IV
Proline Industries Compound, Tingub, Mandaue City, Cebu
(032) 422-9571

Ayala Technical Vocational School
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Ayala, Zamboanga City
(062) 992-4862

Ayala Technical Vocational School
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC III
Ayala, Zamboanga City
(062) 992-4862

B.E.S.T. College of Polomolok (BEST Polomolok), Inc. (formerly: Better Educational System and Training School, Inc.)
Electrical Installation & Maintenance NC II
Valencia Site, Polomolk, So., Cotabato
(083)500-2258/ 091777150436

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English Proficiency

TESDA English Language proficiency course offers free training on english language training who seek to work in call center industry. TESDA also offers training in Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Nihonggo, and etc.

LANGUAGE OFFERINGS

COURSES / LANGUAGE                                                     DURATION
1. English Proficiency for Customer Service Workers      100 hours
2. Basic Japanese Language and Culture                            150 hours
3. Basic Mandarin Chinese Language and Culture            100 hours
4. Basic Arabic Language and Saudi/Gulf Culture            100 hours
5. Basic Spanish Language for Different Vocations           100 hours

DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS

* Original and photocopy of ANY of the following:
– College or High School Diploma
– Transcript of Records
– Training Certificate from TESDA registered program
– National Certificate or Certificate of Competency issued by TESDA
* Original copy of NSO birth certificate/marriage certificate
* Three (3) pcs. 1”x1” and (1) pc. 2”x2” ID pictures with white background
* Career Profiling (to be scheduled during enrolment)

TRAINEES’ ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

* Filipino
* Male or Female
* Must be at least 18 years old
* High School Graduate

*Enrolment is on a first come, first serve basis.

SCHEDULE OF TRAINING

Morning Session     7:30 am – 11:30 pm /Monday to Friday
Afternoon Session     12:30 pm – 4:30 pm /Monday to Friday
NO EVENING OR WEEKEND CLASSES

**All our language courses are offered to the public FREE OF CHARGE

Ref: TESDA Language Skills Institutes

Accredited Schools

Acsens English Tutorial Center, Inc.
English Proficiency
2nd Floor, Mercury Bldg., Bacaca Road, Brgy. 19-B, Davao City
(082) 224-1169/ 285-9868

Advanced Competencies Technological Manpower Academy (ACTMA) Inc.
English Proficiency
16 Camerino Ave., Poblacion, Zone IV, Dasmariñas City
(046) 424-1866

AMA Computer University, Inc.
English Proficiency Program for Call Center Representative
Maximina St., Villa Arca Subd., Project 8 Quezon City
928-7839/ 927-6980

Cane Town Colleges of the Philippines, Inc. Doing business under the name and style of Professional Career Online Institute (Formerly:Cane Town Colleges of the Philippines, Inc.)
English Proficiency
2/F Manalili Bldg., E. Rodriguez cor. BMA St., Quezon City
353-7981

Careworld Philippines
English Proficiency Course
3F Amore Bldg., Brgy. Luciano, Trece Martirez City, Cavite
(046) 419-0131

Casa Monti Learning Center Inc.
English Proficiency Skills
Brgy. Sabang, Pagsanjan, Laguna
None

Cebu Globalization ESL Center Incorporated
Short Term English Proficiency Program-Beginner Level
Lemonville, Uldog St., Cansojong, Talisay City, Cebu
None

Cebu Globalization ESL Center Incorporated
Short Term English Proficiency Program-Intermediate Level
Lemonville, Uldog St., Cansojong, Talisay City, Cebu
None

Cebu Globalization ESL Center Incorporated
Short Term English Proficiency Program-Advance Level
Lemonville, Uldog St., Cansojong, Talisay City, Cebu
None

Central Institute of Technology of Quezon City, Inc. (Formerly: Elite Business School of Science and Technology, Inc.)
English Proficiency Training: Communicating Effectively Through Spoken and Written English
2nd Floor Our Home Bldg., 114 Malakas St. Diliman, Quezon City
Tel: 925-2554/435-7010

Computer Graphics Learning Center
Computer Based English Proficiency
Capitol Site, Patikul, Sulu
09205686385/ 09154266256

Concordia International College of Business and Development, Inc.
English Proficiency
W3003 A and B 30/F The Phil. Stock Exchange Center, Tektite West Tower, Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City
404-6589, 09279583234

Diliman Educational Corporation doing business under the name Diliman Preparatory School and Diliman Computer Technology Institute
English Proficiency
Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman Quezon City
9311089/ 9520571/ 9324714/01/ 9328328

Divinity School, Inc. (Formerly: Divinity School for Especial Needs, Inc.)
English Proficiency
Unit M02-M04 Prince Jun Condominium, No. 42 Timog Ave., Quezon City
None

Dream English Learning Center, Inc.
English Proficiency Program – Beginner
3-F SJV Bulasao Bldg., Km. 4, Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet
None

Dream English Learning Center, Inc.
English Proficiency Program – Intermediate
3-F SJV Bulasao Bldg., Km. 4, Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet
None

Dream English Learning Center, Inc.
English Proficiency Program – Advance
3-F SJV Bulasao Bldg., Km. 4, Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet
None

DYK Languages & Tutorial Center Inc.
English Proficiency
331 SASC Bldg., Blk 17, Lot 6, Holy spirit Drive, cor. Don Jose Sts., Diliman Quezon City
351-23-29

E & G International Language Center, Inc.
English Proficiency
Maryknoll Road BO. V. Hizon, Lanang, Davao City
082 234-6839

E-mo Language Studies Corporation
Short Term English Proficiency Course for Basic Level
3/F Samantabhadra Institute cor. Arch. Reyes & J. Luna Sts., Mabolo, Cebu City
418-7229

E-mo Language Studies Corporation
Short Term English Proficiency Course for Intermediate Level
3/F Samantabhadra Institute cor. Arch. Reyes & J. Luna Sts., Mabolo, Cebu City
418-7229

E-mo Language Studies Corporation
Short Term English Proficiency Course for Advance Level
3/F Samantabhadra Institute cor. Arch. Reyes & J. Luna Sts., Mabolo, Cebu City
418-7229

E-mo Language Studies Corporation
Short Term English Proficiency Course for Proficient Level
3/F Samantabhadra Institute cor. Arch. Reyes & J. Luna Sts., Mabolo, Cebu City
418-7229

e-Scriber, Inc.
English Proficiency Course
145 Yakal Street, Brgy. San Antonio, Makati City
894-1618

EIEN LANGUAGE INTERNATIONAL CENTER, INC.
English Proficiency
14/F Goldloop Tower, A. Escriva Drive, Amber Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City
687-7371

EL BRIDGE INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE, INC.
English Proficiency
2/F Chanca Bldg., Commonwealth Ave., Quezon City
436-6063

Electron College of Technical Education Corporation (Formerly: Electron Technical Training Center, Inc.)
English Proficiency
No. 664 Quirino Highway, Bagbag Novaliches, Quezon City
418-2232/352-0081

Electron Technical Training Center, Inc.
English Proficiency
No. 596 McArthur Highway, Valenzuela City
743-2873

Elitopia Educ Corporation
English Proficiency Course
904 Prestige Tower, Emerald Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City
477-4525/ 09152075409

ENGLISH MATE LEARNING FOUNDATION INC.
English Proficiency
Unit 201 Prestige Tower, Emerald Ave., Ortigas Center Pasig City
Tel. 633-9919 / 634-4745

Other TESDA Short courses offered

other short training offered are care giving, butcher/slaughtering, call center, commercial cooking, business, waiter , crane, dressmaking, tailoring, ref and aircon, animation course in TESDA and etc.

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Shop for Christmas Early: Use Shopping Catalogues

What people usually do when shopping for Christmas gifts is procastinate until the very last minute. This is where the term “Christmas rush” was coined – everybody rushing to get things done last minute before Christmas Eve. Now, while this may have been an acquired custom or tradition for some, it most certainly doesn’t have to apply to you too. Procastination will never get you anywhere – it will just get you stressed, frustrated, overwhelmed and remorseful, wishing you have done things earlier.

christmas shopping catalogue

Fear not, there is still time before Christmas happens when you could make things happen without procastinating the last minute. Here are some benefits individuals who are early to complete their Christmas shopping have shared:

  1. They don’t have to cope with all the stress that the holiday rush can bring – traffic, overcrowded malls and out of stock items.
  2. They get additional precious time enjoying what the holiday can bring – reunion with loved ones and friends without the stress of not being able to bring gifts, the leisurely way of wrapping presents and just spending time to “just be”.
  3. Most importantly, people who complete their shopping early actually save more. They take advantage of sales and offers all year-round. Most stores actually jack up their prices a notch, then put them on “sale”, practically just offering it at the same price, without people knowing better (this is a common practice unfortunately).

One of the ways people actually finish shopping early is by shopping for everything online with the help of a Christmas shopping catalogue . It works like your usual traditional catalogue but the presentation is done online and you can order directly from there too. Here’s how it helps:

  1. Consumers prefer to shop via catalogue sites because of the sheer number of variety. Catalogue sites offer products for everyone under every category imaginable.
  2. Consumers prefer to shop via catalogue sites because it saves time when it comes to ordering and more importantly, coming up with ideas for gifts. Catalogue sites usually present gift ideas per bundle, per age, gender and category that is easy to scroll through. They also present ideas in a way that everything is there already – you only have to click and order. This is a huge deal for consumers who are always pressed for time and don’t have the creative energy to think of special gifts to give away.
  3. Consumers prefer to shop via catalogue sites because it saves them money. While people usually procastinate when it comes to holiday shopping because most wait for their holiday bonuses to come in, you can easily solve this problem by shopping through catalogue web sites that offer credit accounts that allow you pay on terms, or installment, or better yet, have “Buy Now & Pay Later” features. This allows people to carefully plan out their shopping, map their budgets, order their gifts ahead of time and just really enjoy the holidays when it comes.

So don’t procastinate. Shop early!

Famous People from Marikina

Marikina is a city of more than 450,000, known for its shoe factories and as the gateway of Metro Manila to Rizal and Quezon provinces. It’s one of the Most Competitive Cities in the Philippines in rankings by the National Competitiveness Council. Let’s meet some of the famous people of Marikina:

Don Laureano Guevarra

guevara laureanoGuevarra, better known as Kapitan Moy, was the founder of the Marikina shoe industry, which has made the city “The Shoe Capital of the Philippines.” In 1887, when the soles of his own imported shoes broke, Guevarra worked tirelessly to fix them. He finally produced his first pair of shoes, and working with other local residents, he developed a method of making footwear and started an industry that has supported the Marikina zip code region ever since. His first workshop is now a national historic site.

Photo credit: WikiPilipinas

Watch a documentary of Don Laureano Guevarra below:

Marcelino Teodoro

teodoro marcelinoMarcelino Teodoro is the current mayor of Marikina, he was elected the 21st local chief executive in 2016. He was previously a member of the Philippine House of Representatives, where he championed education issues.

Photo credit: ABS-CBN News

 

Most Rev. Francisco M. de Leon

francisco m deleonThe new Auxiliary Bishop of Antipolo, he serves as the parish priest of the Our Lady of the Abandoned Church, built in the late 1600s by the Augustinian Order and still standing as one of Marikina’s oldest churches despite being destroyed twice by earthquakes and once by fire. It is the home of an image of the Virgin Mary that received a Papal seal from Pope Benedict XVI in October 2005.

Photo Credit: CBCP Website

Bayani Flores Fernando

bayani fernandoHe is a former mayor and vice presidential candidate, Fernando now serves as a congressman from Marikina City’s First District. His mayoralty was credited with transforming Marikina into one of the best-managed cities in the Philippines.

Photo credit: Alchetron

 

Cristine Reyes

cristine reyesThe 27-year-old actress starred in the Filipino TV program Eva Fonda and also co-starred in the 2013 comedy film Bromance: My Brother’s Romance. Her sister, Ara Mina, also is a famous actress whose career spans more than two decades.

Photo credit: Philstar

Julia Barretto

julia barrettoThe 19-year-old actress is a rising star in Filipino entertainment. She was named one of Yes! Magazine’s 100 Most Beautiful Stars of 2013 and has starred in several television series.

Photo Credit: ABS-CBN News

Elise Estrada

elise estrada wikipediaThe 29-year-old pop singer and songwriter was born in Marikina and moved to Canada when she was 4. She toured with the rapper Nelly. She has won the hearts and minds of many in the music world, including her song Insatiable rising to No. 1 on the MediaBase Top 40 chart for four straight weeks in 2007.

Photo Credit: Wikipedia

Best restaurants in Marikina City

Marikina is renowned for its main product – high quality, hand-made shoes. It is so well known for the quality of the shoes produced in the area that on its famous riverbanks stands an imposing structure of a shoe, which, for a time, was one of the city’s main attractions. People would flock to Marikina for a glimpse of the “giant shoe” and to have their photos taken with it as the backdrop.

Marikina is also home to the famous Riverbanks Center. During its heyday in the early to mid-2000s, it was known both as a shopping mecca and a hangout place for good food and good drinks. Frequented by families, yuppies needing a break, friends having a good time, or couples on a date, Riverbanks Center was THE place to be.  At present, it is a haven for sneakerheads and those with Imeldific tendencies, thanks to the many shoe outlet stores there.

Nowadays, people have more reason to flock to Marikina aside from purchasing shoes, seeing a giant shoe, or looking for an inexpensive shopping experience.  For a few years now, Marikina City has a burgeoning food scene that doesn’t show signs of fizzling out anytime soon. No longer just the best-kept secret among those lucky enough to have a Marikina zip code in their addresses, these places have gained quite a following even among those from down south and the far north, and other parts of the metro – and for good reason:

Café Lidia

cafe lidia marikina
Cafe Lidia

Café Lidia is comfort food heaven and has a special spot in the bellies of frugal foodies, because this place allows them to indulge in their favorites for only a fraction of the price they’d usually pay for at higher-end establishments. A generous serving of Gambas costs less than 300, a plate of seafood marinara pasta costs less than 200 pesos, while a plate of buffalo wings will set you back only 170 pesos. End your meal on a sweet note and have a slice of their Mudpie Madness or KitKat Choco Attack parfait, which cost less than 100 pesos apiece.

Photo Credits to Life is Fun blog

Tapsi Ni Vivian

Tapsi ni Vivian
Tapsi ni Vivian

Tapsi Ni Vivian is a no-frills place where you can get hearty silogs in generous portions at really affordable prices. And by generous, picture this: a heaping plate of sinangag, topped with a perfectly fried egg, and more than enough beef that’s perfectly seasoned and very tender. They also serve other Pinoy favorites, such as bulalo and sisig, but it’s their tapsi that you should never miss to order. Oh, and they’re open 24 hours a day, so you can get your tapsi fix whenever your craving hits.

Photo Credits to Tapsi Ni Vivian FB page

Luyong Restaurant

luyong restaurant marikina
Luyong Restaurant

Luyong has been serving chinoy (Chinese with a Filipino twist) dishes to Marikina locals since the 1950s. Serving Cantonese fare that Filipinos have grown to love, their menu includes lumpiang shanghai, lomi, yang chow fried rice, beef with oyster sauce, as well as pork sisig and crispy pata. Prices range from 150-200 for orders good for one to two persons, while family-sized orders go for less than 500 pesos per dish.

Photo Credits to Luyong Restaurants

Rustic Mornings by Isabelo

rustic mornings by isabello
Rustic Mornings by Isabello

This Instagram-worthy place is perfect for ladies who brunch and those who are looking for a cute, romantic date place. Enjoy the quaint, rural ambiance while you dine on classics, such as waffles and pancakes, served with hash browns (made from scratch, not the store-bought small rectangles fast food joints usually serve) and bacon. They put their own spin on the waffle and made them into waffle churros, and also serve a good gourmet hotdog sandwich. A hotdog that is filling and decidedly dense sits on top of soft buttered bun, smothered with a generous amount of chili con carne, and topped with a fried egg. Their three-egg omelettes are also worth ordering – three eggs, done fluffily and stuffed with meats or cheese or both, then served with ciabatta, homemade herbed butter, and fruit jam.  Filipino breakfast favorites, like tawilis served with garlic rice, are also available.

Prices may be a little on the steep side, but you’re not just paying for the food, you’re paying for the rustic experience. Totally worth every penny.

Photo Credits to Rustic Mornings by Isabello FB Page

Brad and Pit’s Ribshack

brad and pit ribshack marikina
Brad and Pit Ribshack Marikina

Located in Lilac Street, Marikina’s answer to Kapitolyo and Maginhawa, this place offers fall-off-the-bones ribs and Caribbean wings served with rice and sides for only 149 pesos per plate. If that’s not a steal, I don’t know what it is. The bold flavors and generous portions will definitely keep you coming back for more. Come for the food, stay for the ambiance – Latin music is regularly played, and you can feast your eyes on the vintage electronics displayed. No frills, just good food and a relaxed atmosphere.

Photo Credits to Geekend Galdiators

Burrito Brothers

burrito brothers marikina
Burrito brothers

If Kapitolyo has Silantro and Makati has El Chupacabra and Chihuahua, Marikina has Burrito Brothers. Their specialty is burrito – available in beef and chicken – but they also serve a mean chili con carne with nacho chips, as well as a decadent cheesedog wrap. The al fresco ambiance may be bothersome for those used to airconditioning, but come in the evening and you’ll have a pleasant dining experience. Come in casual garb and be ready to eat with your hands.

Photo Credits to Chadsenga

Casa Feliz

casa feliz marikina
Casa Feliz Marikina

Good cakes and desserts can not only be found in the patisseries and coffee shops in upscale addresses – Marikina’s Casa Feliz is an institution, serving pastries and desserts even before we even knew what third wave meant. Touted as the “home of sweet memories,” you’ll find very good versions of pistachio sans rival and red velvet cake here. They also serve hefty, homey main dishes, so yes, it’s okay to come hungry.

Photo Credits to Google Streetview

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Paypal Bank Codes in the Philippines

To complete your PayPal withdrawal, You need to “Add a bank account” by logging on your Paypal Email Address and Paypal Password then Wallet. ( or copy and paste to address bar https://www.paypal.com/myaccount/wallet )

paypal wallet

Then click the “Add” button

paypal add bank button

Then add your bank accounts by filling up the form and hit “Continue” button.

paypal add bank account in philippines

You will need to enter the your “Firstname”, “Bank Name”, “9-digit Bank Code”, your Bank “Account Number”.  For 9-digit bank code, see Bank Codes of Major Banks in the Philippines list below.

Bank Codes of Major Banks in the Philippines -source: ebay.ph

Bank NameCode
ALLIED BANKING CORP 10320013
AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND 10700015
ASIA UNITED BANK 11020011
BANGKO SENTRAL NG PILIPINAS 10030015
BANGKOK BANK 10670019
BANK OF AMERICA 10120019
BANK OF CHINA 11140014
BANK OF TOKYO 10460012
BANCO DE ORO (& EQUITABLE PCI BANK) 10530667
BANK OF COMMERCE 10440016
BANK OF THE PHIL ISLANDS (BPI) 10040018
CHINA BANKING CORP 10100013
CHINA TRUST COMML BANK 10690015
CITIBANK N.A. 10070017
DEVT BANK OF THE PHILS (DBP) 10590018
DEUTSCHE BANK 10650013
EAST WEST BANK 10620014
EXPORT & INDUSTRY BANK 10860010
FUJI BANK 10640010
HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANK (HSBC) 10060014
INTL COMML BANK OF CHINA 10560019
INTL EXCHANGE BANK 10680012
JP MORGAN CHASE BANK 10720011
KOREA EXCHANGE BANK 10710018
INTL NEDERLAND BANK 10660016
LANDBANK OF THE PHILS 10350025
MAYBANK OF THE PHILS 10220016
METROPOLITAN BANK & TRUST CO 10269996
PHIL BANK OF COMMUNICATION 10110016
PHIL TRUST COMPANY 10090039
PHIL NATIONAL BANK (PNB) 10080010
PRUDENTIAL BANK 10150018
PHIL VETERANS BANK 10330016
RIZAL COMML BANKING CORP (RCBC) 10280014
SECURITY BANK & TRUST CO 10140015
STANDARD CHARTERED BANK 10050011
UNITED COCONUT PLANTERS BANK 10299995
UNION BANK OF THE PHILS (UBP) 10419995
UNITED OVERSEAS BANK 10270189


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JustHost Review Webhosting Review

My JustHost.Com Webhosting Review

his is my unbiased and no marketing hype review about JustHost.Com

What is JustHost?

According to their Facebook Page, Justhost is dedicated in providing customers worldwide with a premium online presence. The company is committed to fast and reliable web hosting at an affordable price.

JustHost is owned by Endurance International Group, Inc. (EIG), formerly BizLand, which is a Web hosting company which also owns Fatcow, Hostgator, Hostmonster, and others. JustHost has been providing quality hosting services since 2008.

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Just Host Webhosting Features

  • UNLIMITED GBs Hosting Space
  • UNLIMITED Email Accounts
  • UNLIMITED Data Transfer
  • UNLIMITED Domain Hosting
  • FREE Domain Name Registration
  • FREE Instant Setup
  • FREE Site Builder
  • CGI, Ruby (RoR), Perl, PHP, MySQL
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • Domain Hosting, SSL, FTP, Stats

Just Host Webhosting Benefits

JustHost claimed that using their web hosting package(s):

  • Get FREE registration for 1 domain or transfer your domain.
  • Can host as many domains as you wish. You have the luxury of managing all of your websites from one place and all on the same server.
  • Websites are hosted on high performance quad processor servers, and our data center is equipped with a UPS power back-up generator.They perform 24/7 network monitoring, so if an issue does arise, we can address it immediately.
  • In case problem arises, They providing 24/7 Technical support to reach them via phone, chat and email.
  • Very Affordable and incredibly competitive web hosting packages prices.
  • Hosting features are tightly integrated with the customer control panel, making it easy to set up, optimize and promote your website. Template designs, application installs, even free advertising credits – all these and more are just a click away.
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  • Each Just Host account utilizes the award winning cPanel control panel interface, an extremely user friendly control panel which makes it simple to manage all aspects of your hosting account.Functions include the ability to configure e-mail accounts, domain management, website statistics and database administration.
  • A further feature included with every Just Host account is an entire script library totally free! SimpleScripts can automatically install any of the long list of leading scripts for you, which include WordPress, osCommerce, phpBB and Joomla.
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Hot and Not of JustHost Webhosting ( Pros and Cons ):

Pros:

  1. The money-back guarantee is true. When you file a refund, you’ll refunded straight away No questions asked.
  2. If you are starting a blog or your online business.  The starter plan is a good deal.
  3. Free E-Commerce Shopping Carts.
  4. Linux-based servers only. Faster server.
  5. Website builder is easy to use.
  6. Dedicated and VPS hosting.
  7. Good 24/7 customer service.
  8. Instant and No setup fee.
  9. $200 Advertising Offers – Google, Facebook, and Bing Ads Credits

Cons:

  1. Compared to other providers like GoDaddy or NameCheap, JustHost aren’t the most cost effective domains.
  2. Like other web hosting company, there are a few flaws with JustHost, in my opinion it is still manageable. Mostly this is expected with shared hosting.
  3. No Windows support.

Bottomline:

Just Host’s web hosting package is a nice deal – Unlimited Gigabytes Hosting Storage, Email accounts, Data Transfer, Domain hosting plus add the FREE Domain Name Registration, Instant Setup, and Site Builder; 24/7 Technical support via phone, chat and email.

Like other web hosting company, Just Host is not also perfect maybe there are features which don’t fit on your requirements but still a good deal to try specially if you’re starting your online venture.

Frankly speaking JustHost.Com is definitely a good time to try out and see for yourself.

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Pasay City Zip Code

Note: Scroll down to see the list of Pasay City Zip codes.

Pasay City, one of the city in Metro Manila, Philippines. It is home of popular SM Mall of Asia also known as SM MOA, it is a shopping mall in Bay City, Pasay, Philippines. Other popular landmarks are Philippine International Convention Center ( PICC ), Ninoy Aquino International Airport ( NAIA ), Cultural Center of the Philippines ( CCP ), and Nayong Pilipino in Pasay City was our very own ‘Disneyland’ during its prime.

Here’s a photo during my tour in MOA Eye.

SM MOA Eye Pasay
A little history about where Pasay got it’s name. According to Pasay City Government website

The name of the city of Pasay, they say, came from the wail of a brokenhearted swain. Jose and Paz were in love with each other and were intent on a life together. But in those days their love was forbidden. Jose’s father was one of many tenants of the hacienda of the father of Paz. Jose was ordered to stay away from Paz. Couldn’t take the misery and misfortune, Paz died.

At her funeral the elite came to mourn and pray. Jose stood at a distance, and when everybody left, dug a tunnel into the earth to be with her. Once joined, he let out a sharp and anguished cry “Paz-ay!” In sorrow and regret, the parents of Paz named their hacienda Paz-ay. In time the whole town came to be called Pasay.
Historians have another explanation to the origin of name of the city. It is said that the Pasay was then thick with pasaw, a plant with an exotic aroma. It was said that a Spanish botanist, Antonio Pineda, frequented a place called Basal in the vicinity of San Rafael to gather pasaw.

There are other explanations to the nature of the name of Pasay but the most one given most weight is that it was named after a princess of the Namayan Kingdom, Dayang-dayang Pasay. The Namayan kingdom is the confederation of barangays which began to peak in 1175. It stretches from Manila Bay to Laguna de Bai. Dayang-dayang Pasay inherited the lands now comprising the territories of Culi-culi, Pasay and Baclaran. The royal capital of the kingdom was built in Sapa, known today as Santa Ana.

The natives brought their products to the capital of Namayan. Trading flourished during the twelfth to the fourteenth centuries. Merchants from the China, Moluccas, Java, Borneo, Sumatra, India, Siam, and Cambodia came to trade with the natives.

Now, after giving you a glimpse about Pasay City, as the title says and knowing you’re looking for zip codes in Pasay. Here are the list of Pasay’s postal codes:

LocationZIP Code
Domestic Airport P.O.1301
Manila Bay Reclamation1308
Mall of Asia Complex (MOA)1300
Pasay City CPO - Malibay1300
PICC Reclamation Area1307
San Isidro1306
San Jose1305
San Rafael1302
San Roque1303
Sta. Clara1304
Villamor Airbase1309
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Manila Zip Code

Manila government logo seal

note: Scroll down to see the list of Manila City Zip codes.

Manila, the capital of the Republic of Philippines. It’s famous historical landmarks are Fort Santiago, Manila Bay, Quiapo Church, and Seat of the head of the Government of the Philippines since Spanish times Malacañang. If you want to know more of these historical landmarks in Manila, please visit their government site here.

Last time, me and my partner was able to tour in Luneta Park. Rizal Park, also known as Luneta National Park or simply Luneta, is a historical urban park in the Philippines. It is budget and family-friendly and a pleasant area for a family picnic. One of the things I enjoyed is watching the “Luneta Park Dancing Fountain”. Please watch the video below:

Now, I know the reason why you landed in this page. Here’s is what you’re looking and kindly please check the list of Manila city zip code below:

LocationZIP Code
Binondo1006
Intramuros1002
Malate1004
Manila CPO - Ermita1000
Paco1007
Pandacan1011
Port Area (South)1018
Quiapo1001
Sampaloc East1008
Sampaloc West1015
San Andres Bukid1017
San Miguel1005
San Nicolas1010
Sta. Ana1009
Sta. Cruz North1014
Sta. Cruz South1003
Sta. Mesa1016
Tondo North1013
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Marikina Zip Codes

Note: Scroll down to see the list of Marikina City Zip codes.

Did you know that Marikina was the capital of the Province of Manila from 1898 to 1899? Marikina City or Lungsod ng Marikina. According to Marikina website’s statistics, It is subdivided into 16 barangays and have 2 districts. It’s primary industry is Shoemaking.

Marikina was given the title the “Shoe Capital of the Philippines” because of its notable shoe industry. Shoemakers in the city recently finished creating the World’s Largest Pair of Shoes and it was only recently that the Guinness World Records recognized this feat. The Shoe Museum located in the city is the home of the famous shoe collection of the former First Lady Imelda Marcos, shoes of the world leaders, past presidents, famous celebrities and persons, shoes of different countries around the world etc., and contains the largest collection of pair of shoes in the world.

old marikina river picture
Photo courtesy of “Make it Marikina” FB page

Trivia from Kuya Kim Atienza’s Twitter:

 

“marikina, home of worlds largest shoe is a south american word meaning “marmoset” or small monkey.”

If you’re looking for Marikina City Zip Codes especially in Brgy. Parang, Fortune, Barangka, Sta. Elena, and Tumana then you are on the right site.

other trivias about Philippine zip code:

  1. Three out of the top four universities in Metro Manila have their own ZIP codes:

ADMU – 0917
DLSU – 0922
UP – 1101

2. The Philippines has a four-digit number code.

In Metro Manila, it represents the barangay within a city or city district where a mail or package is to be sent.

3. The municipality of Pateros only has three ZIP codes, despite having 10 barangays:

Aguho = 1620
Sta. Ana = 1621
San Roque = 1622

4. These are the most expensive ZIP codes in Metro Manila for house and lot homebuyers:

Real estate properties can cost as much as a cool half a billion pesos.

Dasmariñas Village = 1221 and 1222
Forbes Park = 1219 and 1220
Urdaneta Village = 1225
Ayala Alabang Village = 1780

Below are the list of zip code in Marikina:

LocationZIP Code
Bagong Nayon1820
Barangka1803
Cogeo1820
Conception 11807
Conception 21811
Cupang1820
Industrial Valley1802
J de la Pena1804
Langhaya1820
Malanday1805
Mambagat1820
Marikina CPO1800
Marikina Heights1810
Mayamot1820
Nangka1808
North/West of Marikina River1806
Parang1809
San Roque-Calumpang1801
Tañong1803

If you want to know more about Marikina, please watch this video below:

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