The Technical Vocational (Tech-Voc) Program, established in 2013, complements the university’s formal education course offerings with course offerings that are aimed at technical education and skills development. Through the program, the university is able to address requirements for professional skilled workers in various industries.
In September 2016, the university received a Certificate of Accreditation as an Accredited Competency Assessment Center for its Cookery NC II Tech-Voc course offering. The certificate—valid until September 2018—allows the university to cater to individuals from the CAMANAVA area who wish to be certified after taking the course.
The university offers TESDA Programs that are registered under the Unified TVET Program Registration and Accredited System (UTPRAS), the mandatory registration of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programs with TESDA.
Duration: 40 Days
CTPR No.: 20171304TRCOK214149
Date Issued: August 1, 2017
Duration: 18 Days
CTPR No.: 20171304TRBPP209179
Date Issued: September 6, 2017
Duration: 45 Days
CTPR No.: 20171304TRFBS213180
Date Issued: September 6, 2017
The university, in partnership with the MFI Polytechnic Institute Inc. (formerly MFI Foundation, Inc.) formaly launched the DLSAU-MFI School of Techinical Vocational Education and Training - Information and Communication Technology in July 2018.
MFI is an education service provider of career-oriented and technology-related programs for more than 40 years. Designed to support the career goals of individuals at every stage of their lives, our programs are focused on technologies, which are essential building blocks of future innovation in automation and controls, automotive, electronics, computer and information technology, electrical, refrigeration, and metal trades.
The course covers the principles of electricity, basic circuits and common devices in electronic circuits. Also included are the most commonly used test measuring instruments such as VOM, oscilloscope and function generator.
This module deals with the fundamental concepts of electrical technology. It includes a comprehensive coverage of electrical topics such as safety, electrical instruments, blueprint reading, electrical machines, electrical controls, and troubleshooting.
This module deals with the understanding of light and power circuits in residential/commercial units. It includes topics regarding wiring systems, lighting systems, power wiring systems, PEC regulations on light and power wiring systems.
This course is all about the study of the different control and power components of typical industrial electronic systems and how they are integrated into industrial electronic circuits.
This course covers the operation, application, basic capabilities, functional features, specifications, troubleshooting procedures and preventive maintenance of a programmable logic controller (PLC).
This course deals with the study of the design, function and applications of various electro-pneumatic elements commonly used in industry. It presents the different electro-pneumatic symbols and explains how they are used in schematic diagrams in accordance with ANSI, DIN and ISO standards.
This course equips students with the skills to prepare unit, tools, equipment, and workplace for maintenance/repair, diagnose faults of electronically-controlled domestic appliances, maintain /repair/reassemble/test electronically-controlled appliances, audio-video products and systems, cellular phone units and systems, and develop a product/service in Electronic Product Assembly and Servicing.
This course explains the working principles in different pneumatic and hydraulic elements and their applications, read/interpret various mechatronics diagrams including electrical pneumatic, hydraulics and electro-pneumatic, inspect various mechatronics devices such as programmable logic controllers, stepper and servo motors, frequency drives, sensors, pneumatic and hydraulic cylinders, directional valves, switches, timers and counters, install, test and configure various mechatronics devices, and Hook-up, simulate and troubleshoot various mechatronic circuits.
This course provides students with a firm background in the use of basic circuitry used in residential, commercial and modern industrial applications. Electric motors and its associated motor controls, switch relay systems, transformers, programmable and logic controls and variable speed drives, safety practices, the Philippine Electrical Code (PEC), blueprint reading and other areas are thoroughly covered.