Semi-Conductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines (SEIPI) is an institution accredited by TESDA that offers Technical and Vocational Education and Training Programs (TVET) under the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
The Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines Foundation, Inc. or SEIPI is the largest organization of foreign and Filipino electronics companies in the Philippines.
SEIPI, through its vision and dedication of its members, aims to make the Philippines a globally competitive business environment for semiconductor and electronics technologies. This is supported by its mission of enhancing and promoting the Philippines’ competitive advantages and growth opportunities through Training, Research and Development, Advocacy, Information, Networking and Services (T.R.A.I.N.S.).
Semi-Conductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines (SEIPI)
Address: 902 Tower 2 RCBC Plaza, Ayala Ave. corner Gil Puyat, Makati City, Philippines
Telephone Number: +632 – 236-5555 to 58; +63915-991-8990; +63999-425-4146
The association, in September 1998, changed its name from the Semiconductor Electronics Industry Foundation, Inc. (SEIFI) to Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc. (SEIPI) to realize its goal of being the representative body of the major players and all industries supporting the development of Philippine electronics. With this change, SEIPI has adopted the clustering framework as a key strategy for industrial development.
The year after, Malacañang Palace, under the term of former President Joseph E. Estrada, released Proclamation Number 184 declaring every last week of October as the “Philippine Electronics Industry Week”. Added to that, every October 29 would be the “Foundation Anniversary of the Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc. (SEIPI)” where people in the industry were given an opportunity to celebrate the occasion with appropriate ceremonies.
The association’s clustering of electronics industry movers has enabled it to fully extend support to the Philippine Export Development Plan (PEDP). This could not have come at a better time as the semiconductor and electronics industry has emerged as the country’s premier generator of jobs, exports, investments and technology transfer.
SEIPI has embraced its vital and increasing role in the country’s export structure. Keeping this in mind, it now leads the way in enhancing the competitive environment for electronics business, driving the Philippines toward the global leadership in the field of Information and Communication Technology.
TESDA Approved Programs
Here is the list of available TESDA registered programs and short courses offered in “Semi-Conductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines” in the City of Makati.
List of Tesda Courses Offered / Registered Programs
|Electronics Production Line-Back-End Operation Level 1||80 hours|
|Electronics Production Line-SMT Operation Level 1||72 hours|
Basic Requirements for TESDA Courses:
- At least 18 years of age
- At least High School Graduate
- Copy of NSO Birth Certificate
- With good moral character
- Undergone a pre-training assessment
- Can communicate both orally and in written form
Training Fees and Schedule
The cost of training and tuition fees may vary depending upon the specific course of interest and the school offering the training. Training centers also may have slightly different syllabus to teach to students in a class.
For inquiries, tuition fees, enrollment procedures, class schedule and other concern, it would be better that you visit their school/training center and inquire for other documents they may need.
Location and Contact Information
For further information, please contact the school directly at telephone number +632 – 236-5555 to 58; +63915-991-8990; +63999-425-4146. You can also visit Semi-Conductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines. The assessment center is located at 902 Tower 2 RCBC Plaza, Ayala Ave. corner Gil Puyat, Makati City, Philippines.