ANIMAL PRODUCTION (SWINE) NC II TESDA Course

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Animal Production (Swine) National Certificate II (TESDA Course)

The Animal Production (Swine) NC II Qualification consists of competencies that a person must achieve to handle breeders, handle farrowing sows and sucklings, raise weanlings, produce finishers, maintain healthy animal environment and apply biosecurity measures.

This Qualification is packaged from the competency map of the Agri-Fishery Sector.

A person who has achieved this qualification is competent to be:

  • Swine Raiser/Farmer
  • Swine Production Technician
  • Swine Farm Specialist

ANIMAL PRODUCTION (SWINE) NC II COURSE QUALIFICATION

Course Title: ANIMAL PRODUCTION (SWINE)
Level: NC II
Nominal Training Duration : 306 Hours

This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills of animal production technician in accordance with industry standards. It covers competencies in handling breeders, handling farrowing sows and sucklings, raising weanlings, producing finishers, maintaining animal healthy environment and applying bio-security measures.

TRAINEE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Trainees or students wishing to enroll in this course should possess the following requirements.

  • Able to read and write
  • With good moral character
  • Able to communicate, both orally and in writing
  • Physically fit and mentally healthy as certified by a Public Health Officer

COMPETENCIES REQUIRED IN ANIMAL PRODUCTION (SWINE) NC II

This units of competency comprising this qualification include the following:

UNIT CODE CORE COMPETENCIES (240 Hours)
AFF621216 Handle breeders
AFF621217 Handle farrowing sows and sucklings
AFF621218 Raise weanlings
AFF621219 Produce finishers
AFF621220 Maintain healthy animal environment
AFF321302 Apply bio-security measures
UNIT CODE COMMON COMPETENCIES (48 Hours)
AFF321201 Apply safety measures in farm operations
AFF321202 Use farm tools and equipment
AFF321203 Perform estimation and calculations
AFF321205 Process farm wastes
UNIT CODE BASIC COMPETENCIES (18 Hours)
500311105 Participate in workplace communication
500311106 Work in a team environment
500311107 Practice career professionalism
500311108 Practice occupational health and safety procedures

CORE COMPETENCIES (240 Hours)

HANDLE BREEDERS (AFF621216) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to select the genetically superior breeders and replacement stocks, proper handling and feeding of boar, sows and gilts, providing care and monitoring the health of the breeders

  1. Perform preparatory breeding activities
    • Acclimatization of newly-arrived stocks is done following industy standard as prescribed by veterinarian or an animal health technician.
    • Animals are given routine medication as prescribed by veterinary.
    • Suitable breeds are selected based on industry standards and choice of enterprise.
    • Breeder stocks are selected based on industry and enterprise standards
  2. Breed sows and gilts
    • Signs of heat are monitored based on standards protocol.
    • Heat-detection techniques are performed following established protocol.
    • Sows/Gilts are bred using breeding systems based on choice of enterprise.
  3. Prepare and train boar for breeding
    • Boar is trained to mount a female or a dummy sow
    • Boar is given prescribed vaccines and medications
    • Ideal weight and age are determined according industry standards.
    • Optimum boar to sow ratio is observed following standard monitoring scheme.
  4. Monitor signs of pregnancy
    • Signs of pregnancy are monitored according to standards protocol.
    • Pregnancy diagnosis is performed according to standard procedures.
  5. Maintain and monitor animal health condition
    • Periodic activities are performed following work plan and breeding schedules.
    •  Animal stocks are fed based on physiological growths and production cycle.
    •  Non-performing breeders are selected for culling based on industry standards
    • Changes in animal behavior is monitored following standard procedures and GAHP.
  6. Record Data
    • Stock inventory is updated according to established farm recording system
    • Breeding schedule is monitored and recorded following work plan.
    • Production performance of breeders are recorded and reported according to enterprise protocol.

HANDLE FARROWING SOWS AND SUCKLINGS (AFF621217) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to raise swine effectively and efficiently. It includes preparing animals for farrowing; performance of farrowing activities; caring of piglets to weaning and recording of technical and production data.

  1. Prepare animals for farrowing
    • Farrowing stalls or pens are cleaned and disinfected following standard hygienic procedures.
    • Bathing of sows is conducted following Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP)
    •  Pregnant sows are transferred to farrowing stalls or pens according to industry standards.
    • Feed intake is determined based on farm protocols
    • Signs of approaching farrowing are monitored.
    • Farrowing materials and supplies are prepared based on work requirements.
    • Appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) are worn following Occupational Safety and Health Standard (OSHS).
  2. Perform farrowing-related activities
    • Farrowing problems are monitored following enterprise protocol.
    •  Feed intake is adjusted based on nutrient requirements of animals.
    •  Sow or gilt is manually assisted based on animal requirement.
    • Management of newborn piglets are conducted according to GAHP.
    • Placenta and dead piglets are disposed following DENR regulations.
  3. Raise piglets to weaning
    • Proper temperature/micro-climate is provided based on the Minimum Requirements for the Welfare of Pigs and the Code of Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP)
    • Colostrum and milk intake are ensured based from GAHP.
    • Iron preparations are injected based on industry standards and manufacturer’s specification.
    • Castrate male animals based on the Minimum Requirements for the Welfare of Pigs and the Code of Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP)
    • Piglets are fed based on their physiological growth requirements
    • Piglets are weaned based on industry standards
  4. Maintain Health
    • Changes in piglet behavior is monitored following enterprise protocol.
    • Animal condition are monitored thru changes in fecal color, odor and consistency of piglets according to industry standard procedures.
    • Uniformity of litter is monitored based on enterprise requirements.
    • Sow discharges is monitored following instructions of veterinarian.
    • Vaccination programs are implemented based on veterinary recommendation.
  5. Record data
    • Farrowing card is updated following enterprise procedures.
    • Farrowing schedules are monitored with reference to work plan.
    • Production performance are recorded and reported to immediate authority.

RAISE WEANLINGS (AFF621218) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to strategically prevent post-weaning lag affectively and efficiently, thus ensuring a healthy starter stocks for finishing. It includes preparation of piglets for weaning; handling of newly-weaned piglets; maintaining health and record keeping.

  1. Prepare piglets for weaning
    • Pens are cleaned and disinfected based on farm specifications
    • Materials and equipment are adjusted and supplied
    • Weaners are grouped based on farm specifications.
    • Weaners are transferred in compliance with the Animal Welfare Act
    • Animals are fed according to animal requirements.
  2. Maintain conducive atmosphere and facilities for feeding
    • Pen is cleaned regularly following standard hygienic procedures.
    • Proper temperature is provided based on the Minimum Standards on the Welfare of Pigs and Code
      of Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP)
    • Feeders are checked and adjusted to ensure proper functioning
    • Feed ration is gradually shifted and increased based on animal requirements
    • Fresh and clean water is provided at all times (adli bitum)
  3. Maintain health of newlyweaned piglets
    • Animal condition is monitored following enterprise procedures.
    • Uniformity of litter is monitored following farm procedures.
    • Weaners are dewormed based on farm protocols
    • Vaccination programs are implemented based on veterinary recommendations.
  4. Record data
    • Weanling records are updated using standard enterprise
    • Weaning schedules are monitored
    • Production performance of weanlings are monitored and reported according to enterprise procedures.

PRODUCE FINISHERS (AFF621219) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to care for finishers effectively and efficiently. It includes preparing animals for finishing; proper management and feeding finishers, providing care and monitoring the health of the animals and profitable marketing of hogs either as replacements stocks/breeders or market hogs.

  1. Prepare animals for finishing
    • Suitable growers are selected for finishing based on weight and age.
    •  Finishers building are cleaned and disinfected following enterprise procedures.
    • Materials and equipment are adjusted and supplied according to work requirements.
    • Growers are grouped based on industry standards and enterprise specifications.
    •  Growers are transferred based on the Minimum Standards on the Welfare of Pigs and Code of Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP)
  2. Maintain conducive atmosphere and facilities
    • Pen is cleaned regularly following hygienic procedures.
    •  Proper temperature is monitored and provided based on the Minimum Standards on the Welfare of Pigs and Code of Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP)
    • Height of drinkers are checked and adjusted to ensure proper functioning based on the Minimum Standards on the Welfare of Pigs and Code of Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP)
    • Enough floor space is provided based on the Minimum Standards on the Welfare of Pigs and Code of Good Animal Husbandry Practices (GAHP)
    •  Weak animals are isolated based on industry standards.
  3. Feed finishers 3.1 Feeders
    • Feeders are checked and adjusted to ensure proper functioning
    • Animals are fed according to a standard feeding system.
    • Feed ration is adjusted and shifted based on farm protocols and physiological growth.
    • Medicated feeds are withdrawn according to veterinarian instructions.
  4. Maintain herd health care and medication program
    • Changes in animal behavior are monitored following Animal Welfare Act and GAHP.
    • Changes in posture of animal is monitored Animal Welfare Act and GAHP.
    • Changes in respiration of animal is monitored Animal Welfare Act and GAHP.
    • Changes in skin color is monitored Animal Welfare Act and GAHP.
    • Uniformity of stocks is monitored following enterprise protocol.
    • Vaccination and medication programs are implemented based on veterinarian instructions
  5. Prepare animals for marketing
    • Finishing records are is updated following enterprise protocol.
    • Production parameters for finishers are monitored with reference to production requirements.

MAINTAIN HEALTHY ANIMAL ENVIRONMENT (AFF621220) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to maintain healthy environment effectively and efficiently. It includes proper attainment of relative humidity, controlling the required temperature and ventilation, sustaining quality air and water supplies, application of chemicals to eliminate vermin and proper disposal of the hazardous wastes.

  1. Maintain relative humidity
    • Relative humidity is measured using hygrometer for calibration
    • Curtains and blowers are adjusted following production requirements.
    • Monitoring schedules for RH readings is followed according to work plan.
  2. Control temperature
    • Temperature is measured is using thermometer.
    • Curtains, blowers and window shutter are adjusted following production requirements.
    • Monitoring schedules for temperature readings is followed according to work plan.
    • In extreme conditions, contingency procedures are implemented
  3. Sustain air quality
    • Approximate air quality is evaluated using sensory means.
    • Common air pollutants are recognized following standards procedures.
    • Sources of air pollutants are identified, neutralized and removed according to DENR standards.
    • Affected animals are referred to veterinarian.
  4. Sustain water quality
    • Schedule for routine testing of water is observed according to work plan.
    •  Water samples are properly collected according to established protocols.
    • Water samples are submitted for testing to authority.
    • Regular cleaning and disinfection of pipes and tanks are done according to established protocols.
  5. Maintain ventilation
    • Curtain management is performed according to the animal requirements.
    • Maintenance of blowers is done regularly.
  6. Control vermin
    • Breeding places of vermin are eliminated following
    • enterprise procedures.
    • Farm wastes that attract vermins are disposed properly
    • Perimeter fences are routinely checked and repaired to prevent entry of stray animals
    • Applications of appropriate chemicals are used according to FPA guidelines.
    • Breeding grounds of mosquitoes are eliminated following standard procedures.

APPLY BIO-SECURITY MEASURES (AFF321302) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to apply bio-security measures in livestock farm operations. It includes identifying bio-security threats and hazards, applying disease prevention practices, applying prevention practices in disease transmission and maintaining records.

  1. Identify bio-security threats and hazards
    • Immediate threats to the health of the animal are identified and reported to immediate authority.
    • Bio-security threats are identified based on established organizational policy.
  2. Apply disease prevention practices
    • Preparation of supplies and materials and application of disinfectants are done according to standard operating procedures
    • Vehicle and foot vats disinfections are prepared and monitored regularly according to standard operating practice
    • Hygiene and sanitation of farm, farm personnel and visitors are followed based on standard operating practice
    • All types of vehicles and equipment entering the farm are disinfected according to standard operating procedures
    • New stocks to be introduced into the herd are quarantined and vaccinated according to standard operating procedures
    • Vaccination programs and health programs are implemented as instructed by veterinarian.
  3. Apply preventive disease transmission practices
    • implemented as instructed by veterinarian.
    • Apply preventive disease transmission practices
    • Samples are collected and prepared for serological monitoring of notifiable diseases.
    • Preventive measures on notifiable diseases as declared by BAI are followed based on industry and BAI standard
    • Medication and vaccination programs are followed strictly as recommended by manufacturers and veterinarian
    • Hygiene and sanitation of farm, farm personnel and visitors are followed based on standard operating practice
    • Sick and unfit stocks are culled and isolated in accordance to Animal Welfare Act and standard operating procedure
    • Dead stocks and by-products are disposed using proper disposal method
    • Tools and equipment used in sick and dead animals are properly clean and disinfected.
    • Communication with supervising veterinarian are done regularly following enterprise requirements.
  4. Maintain records
    • Appropriate records in checklist format are kept, collated and updated regularly in accordance with organizational policy
    • Reporting to veterinarian or supervisor are carried out based on industry standards.

COMMON COMPETENCIES (48 Hours)

APPLY SAFETY MEASURES IN FARM OPERATIONS (AFF321201) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and  attitudes required to perform safety measures effectively and efficiently. It includes identifying areas, tools, materials, time and place in performing safety measures..

  1. Determine areas of concern for safety measures
    • Work tasks are identified in line with farm operations
    • Place for safety measures are determined in line with farm operations
    • Time for safety measures are determined in line with farm operations
    • Appropriate tools, materials and outfits are prepared in line with job requirements
  2. Apply appropriate safety measures
    • Tools and materials are used according to specifications and procedures
    • Outfits are worn according to farm requirements
    • Effectivity/shelf life/expiration of materials are strictly observed
    • Emergency procedures are known and followed to ensure a safework requirement
    • Hazards in the workplace are identified and reported in line with farm guidelines
  3. Safekeep/dispose of tools, materials and outfit
    • Used tools and outfit are cleaned after use and stored in designated areas
    • Unused materials are properly labeled and stored according to manufacturers recommendation and farm requirements
    • Waste materials are disposed according to manufacturers, government and farm requirements

USE FARM TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT (AFF321202) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to use farm tools and equipment. It includes selection, operation and preventive maintenance of farm tools and equipment.

  1. Select and use farm tools
    • Identified appropriate farm tools according to requirement/use
    • Farm tools are checked for faults and defective tools reported in accordance with farm procedures
    • Appropriate tools and equipment are safely used according to job requirements and manufacturers conditions
  2. Select and operate farm equipment
    • Identify appropriate farm equipment
    • Instructional manual of the farm tools and equipment are carefully read prior to operation
    • Pre-operation check-up is conducted in line with manufacturers manual
    • Faults in farm equipment are identified and reported in line with farm procedures
    • Farm equipment used according to its function
    • Followed safety procedures
  3. Perform preventive maintenance
    • Tools and equipment are cleaned immediately after use in line with farm procedures
    • Routine check-up and maintenance are performed
    • Tools and equipment are stored in designated areas in line with farm procedures

PERFORM ESTIMATION AND BASIC CALCULATION (AFF321203) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to perform basic workplace calculations

  1. Perform estimation
    • Job requirements are identified from written or oral communications
    • Quantities of materials and resources required to complete a work task are estimated
    • The time needed to complete a work activity is estimated
    • Accurate estimate for work completion are made
    • Estimate of materials and resources are reported to appropriate person
  2. Perform basic workplace calculation
    • Calculations to be made are identified according to job requirements
    • Correct method of calculation identified
    • System and units of measurement to be followed are ascertained
    • Calculation needed to complete work tasks are performed using the four basic process of addition, division, multiplication and subtraction
    • Calculate whole fraction, percentage and mixed when are used to complete the instructions
    • Number computed in self checked and completed for alignment

PROCESS FARM WASTES (AFF321205) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to process farm wastes. It comprises functions such as collecting farm wastes, conducting waste identification and segregation, treating and processing farm wastes and performing housekeeping duties.

  1. Collect farm wastes
    • Tools and materials are prepared for collection of farm wastes.
    • Wastes are collected following OSHS and waste collection requirements and plan.
    • Dangerous and hazardous wastes are collected following the HAZMAT(hazardous material) protocol.
    • Appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) are worn as prescribed by Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHS).
  2. Identify and segregate wastes
    • Wastes are identified by categories according to industry standards and environmental legislation.
    • Wastes are segregated according to organizational requirements and relevant legislation.
    • Sorted waste is placed into labelled container to avoid littering and prevent cross-contamination.
    • Information on waste is obtained by asking authority to ensure correct identification.
  3. Treat and process
    • Dangerous and hazardous wastes are handled according to organizational requirements and relevant legislation following OSHS procedures.
    • Processing of farm wastes is done following environmental legislation and codes.
    • Principles of 3Rs (reduce, reuse and recycle) are applied accordingly.
    • Farm wastes are disposed of according to environmental legislation and codes.
  4. Perform housekeeping
    • Appropriate warning signs and labels are displayed in conspicuous places around the workplace.
    • Work area is cleaned according to 5S principles.
    • Tools are checked, cleaned and stowed according to established industry procedures and following user’s manual.
    • Materials are stored following industry standard procedures and manufacturer’s specifications.
    • PPE is checked for damage prior to ensuring that clean and undamaged equipment is stored.
    • Storage facility is checked to ensure no contamination in the area according to organizational requirements and  legislation and codes.
    • Record keeping is done according to industry requirements.

BASIC COMPETENCIES (18 Hours)

PARTICIPATE IN WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION (500311105) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes
required to gather, interpret and convey information in response to workplace requirements..

  1. Obtain and convey workplace information.
  2. Participate in workplace meetings and discussions
  3. Complete relevant work related documents.

WORK IN TEAM ENVIRONMENT (500311106) – This unit covers the skills, knowledge and attitudes to identify role and responsibility as a member of a team..

  1. Describe team role and scope
  2. Identify own role and responsibility within team
  3. Work as a team member

PRACTICE CAREER PROFESSIONALISM (500311107) – This unit covers the knowledge, skills and attitudes in promoting career growth and advancement.

  1. Integrate personal objectives with organizational goals.
  2. Set and meet work priorities.
  3. Maintain professional growth and development.

PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES (500311108) – This unit covers the outcomes  required to comply with regulatory and organizational requirements for occupational health and safety.

  1. Identify hazards and risks
  2. Evaluate hazard and risks
  3. Control hazards and risks
  4. Maintain occupational health and safety awareness

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

  • Barrow – a male swine, castrated (testicles removed) before it reaches sexual maturity
  • Boar – uncastrated male swine usually kept for breeding
  • Colostrum – first milk from a female animal after giving birth
  • Crossbreed – a group of animals produced by mating two or more different breeds or strains of animals
  • Culling – is the removal of undesirable or inferior animals in the herd based on important economic traits and overall performance
  • Estrus – period of time when the female will accept male. Also known as heat period
  • Farrowing – the act of giving birth in pigs or swine
  • Gestation Period – refers to the period of carrying the young in the womb
  • Gilt – a young female hog that has not given birth yet
  • Immunization – prevention of diseases by providing appropriate vaccines to animals
  • Inbreeding – mating of closely related animals in a herd
  • Livestock – domestic animals kept for use on a farm and raised for sale and profit
  • Litter – the offsprings at one birth of a multiparous or animal like swine
  • Litter Size – refers to the aggregate number of piglets per farrowing
  • Nutrients – food elements or substance found in the feeds such as protein, carbohydrates, fats and others
  • Dry sow – a sow whose litter has been weaned but which has not yet been bred or is not pregnant
    Purebreeding – is the mating of the unrelated individuals in the same breed
  • Ration – the total amount of feeds taken in by an animal during a 24 hour period
  • Selection – refers to the process of choosing males and females with desirable characteristics either for breeding or replacement stocks
  • Sow – a mature female hog that had given birth
  • Swine – a collective term for hogs
  • Vaccination – a preventive measure to inoculate an animal with a mildly toxic preparation of bacteria or a virus of specific disease to prevent or to lessen the effects of the disease
  • Waterer – equipment used in providing water to animals
  • Weanling – refers to a young animal of either sex which has been separated from the mother at the end of the lactation period

List of Schools that offer TESDA Courses for Animal Production (SWINE) NC II

 


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    • Bulusan National Vocational Technical School
      San Jose (Lower), Bulusan, Sorsogon
      9306932323

      City College of Naga
      2nd Floor, City Health and Nutrition Bldg., City Hall Compound, J. Miranda Avenue, Concepcion Pequena, Naga City

      Don Bosco Agro-Mechanical Technology Center (Legazpi) Inc.
      Banquerohan, Legazpi City
      09175485110/09209083775

      Siliman University – Ticao Island
      Brgy. Famosa, Monreal, Masbate
      9462913457

      Sorsogon National Agricultural School (SNAS)
      Mayon, Castilla, Sorsogon
      09499495569 09178954874

    • Agricultural Training Institute-International Training Center on Pig Husbandry (ATI-ITCPH)
      P.O. Box I, Marawoy, Lipa City, Batangas
      (043)759-1987 / 0928-521-0838

      Sorosoro Ibaba Development Cooperative (SIDC)
      Sorosoro, Batangas City
      (043) 300 4058

      Van Technological and Skills Academy Inc.
      Blk 1 Lot 21 Adelina Homes San Carlos, Lipa City, Batangas
      0948 129 9999 0967 – 621 – 9515

    • RGD Tactics Training and Assessment Center Philippines Inc.
      2nd Floor Unit 5 Mt. Carmel R-W Building Bunlo, Bocaue, Bulacan

      RS Training and Assessment Center Inc.
      Bantug, Bongabon, Nueva Ecija

  • Good evening po. query lang po if the Zamboanga del Sur Provincial Government College is currently offering Animal Production NCII qualification? dami po gusto mag enroll. Salamat po

    • MMS Development Training Center Corporation
      CAP Bldg., Post Office Loop and Sandico St., Baguio City
      446-1832;444-9360

      Christian Life Learning Center (Phil.), Inc.
      Caurdanetaan, Umingan, Pangasinan
      9985691237

      El Nazareno Educational Center, Incorporated
      2nd Floor Jesus Nazarene Chapel, National Highway, Coliling, San Carlos City, Pangasinan
      09957288647 09471100995

      MMS Development Training Center Corporation
      3rd Floor, S. Plaza MacArthur Highway, Poblacio, Urdaneta City
      075-653-0896/ 09292941609/ 09279768019/ 09300965087

      Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation, Inc.
      Dr. Martin P. Posadas Ave., San Carlos City, Pangasinan
      075-203-0000

      Great Enthusiasts of Skills Training Academy and Assessment Center Inc.
      2nd Flr., KRMIRA Building Corner Aglipay, Ortiz (Pob.), Naguilian, La Union
      072-619-2060/ 09167252664 090552415543

      MMS Development Training Center Corporation
      153 Quezon Ave., Madayegdeg, San Fernando City, La Union
      0977-270-8582

      Norphil Innovative Center of Education (NICE) Inc.
      San Blas, Bangar, La Union
      09394608078 09399024138 09198528765 (072) 619-4239

  • Saan po ba sa Quezon Province meron course offered na slaughtering/butchery operation at swine technician? Salamat po.

    • City College of Naga
      2nd Floor, City Health and Nutrition Bldg., City Hall Compound, J. Miranda Avenue, Concepcion Pequena, Naga City

      Don Bosco Agro-Mechanical Technology Center (Legazpi) Inc.
      Banquerohan, Legazpi City
      09175485110/09209083775

    • RGD Tactics Training and Assessment Center Philippines Inc.
      2nd Floor Unit 5 Mt. Carmel R-W Building Bunlo, Bocaue, Bulacan

      Concepcion Vocational School
      TLRC Productivity Ctr., Alfonso, Capas, Tarlac
      (045) 923-1081 09155675851

      Global Experts School of Science and Technology Inc.
      T&M 1 Bldg., San Agustin, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
      (045)455-1742 909729105797

      Meat Experts Professionals, Inc.
      Lot 2 Block 4 Maunawa St., Duquit, Mabalacat City, Pampanga
      9364088496

      Pampanga State Agricultural University
      San Agustin, Magalang, Pampanga
      (0918)458-8373

  • good day po meron po ba dito sa laguna ng swine technician tapos every sunday po ang pasok kasi po may work pa po salamat po sa sasagot

    • D’New Orleans Training Center Phils., Inc.
      Slaughtering Operations (Swine) NC II
      G/F Rublou Business Center, Ortigas Avenue Extension, Cainta, Rizal
      986-0954

      Quality Lifelong Learning Institute
      Animal Production (Swine) NC II
      Sitio Yapak, Brgy. Lagundi, Morong, Rizal
      412-7041

    • RGD Tactics Training and Assessment Center Philippines Inc.
      2nd Floor Unit 5 Mt. Carmel R-W Building Bunlo, Bocaue, Bulacan

      City College of Naga
      2nd Floor, City Health and Nutrition Bldg., City Hall Compound, J. Miranda Avenue, Concepcion Pequena, Naga City

    • eSynergy International Inc.
      2F & 3/F Abacast Travel Bldg., Nueno Ave., Imus, Cavite (Beside Metrobank Imus, near Lotus Mall)
      (046) 515-0349/ 471-2683/ Cel no. 09175849627

      Infinity Vocational Training School Inc.
      Velamart Bldg. Lot 14 Block 24 Brookside Lane, Brgy. San Francisco, General Trias, Cavite
      (046) 571-8471

      New Generation Experts Training and
      0216 Purok 3, Brgy. San Agustin Trece Martires City, Cavite
      0922 548 6147

      RGD Tactics Training and Assessment Center Philippines Inc.
      2nd Floor Unit 5 Mt. Carmel R-W Building Bunlo, Bocaue, Bulacan

        • Accede Training Center Corporation
          Sitio Madugo, Bagumbayan (Pob.), Roxas, Oriental Mindoro
          9399161537

          First Asian Cognizance Executive Training Institute (FACET Institute) Corp.
          Holy Spirit, Barcena, Naujan Oriental Mindoro
          (0917) 6349827 (0927) 3710938

          Mary Help of Christians School (Mindoro), Inc.
          Brgy. Parang, Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro
          (043) 288-9239

          Mindoro Agri-Tourism Farm and Technological Institute Inc.
          Sitio Dahlia, San Carlos, Naujan Oriental Mindoro
          9778528309

          ROMMCO Agritech College (RACE) Inc.
          Brgy. Paclasan, Roxas, Oriental Mindoro
          (043)289-2953

        • Brilliant Gem Technical School, Inc.
          Dampil Street, Iponan, Cagayan de oro City
          0917-737-4050/ 0917-324-3819

          MMS Development Training Center Corporation
          3rd Floor MARTEL Bldg., Pabayo-Hayes Sts., Cagayan de Oro City
          0926-3777-111 / 857-7403

          R.E.A Multiplier Farm (Learning Site)
          Sitio Balaos, Iponan, Cagayan de Oro City
          0905 350 6810

    • Achievers International College of Culinary Arts and Technology (AICCAT), Inc.
      Kilometer 5, Pasonanca Road, Zamboanga City
      09173196980

      Aim High Colleges Incorporated
      Buluan, Ipil, Zamboanga, Sibugay
      0915-880-5502

      Sibugay Technical Institute, Inc.
      Upper Pangi, Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay
      Tel.-Fax No. (062) 333-2469

  • Good afternoon po Sir/Mam. Saan po dito Tigaon, Camarines Sur na training ng Swine?

    Thank you po.

    Nelgar

    • City College of Naga
      – Slaughtering Operations (Swine) NC II
      2nd Floor, City Health and Nutrition Bldg., City Hall Compound, J. Miranda Avenue, Concepcion Pequena, Naga City

    • Nearest is Cavite, Laguna and Bulacan

      D’ Constantinos Farm Corp.
      Brgy. Pantihan 2, Maragondon, Cavite
      0916 588 2243

      FarmShare Prime
      Brgy. Duhat, Cavinti, Laguna
      09166150510 / 09954302034

      Roqueza’s Intergrated Farm
      Brgy. Santa Clara Sur, Pila, Laguna
      09493681459 / 559-0184

      Bulacan Agricultural Training Center, Inc.
      Alonzo Compound, Sitio Caybutok, Brgy. Balasing, Sta. Maria, Bulacan
      9334637637 044-893-0861

      Hacienda Angelita Nature Farm Training And Assessment Center, Inc
      268 Balubaran St., Capihan,, San Rafael, Bulacan
      9338201647

  • Good day po. Ask q lng po kung meron po ba magtraining ng dairy farm dito sa nueva ecija. Thank you po

        • Country Farm (Learning Site)
          Raise Dairy Animals (Leading to Animal Production (Ruminants) NC II)
          Magpatao, Maranding, Lala, Lanao del Norte
          (063) 277 8249

          iFarm (Learning Site)
          Raise Dairy Animals (Leading to Animal Production (Ruminants) NC II)
          Purok Nangca, Maranding, Lala, Lanao del Norte

          Jika Farm (Learning Site)
          Raise Dairy Animals (Leading to Animal Production (Ruminants) NC II)
          Simpak, Maranding, Lala, Lanao del Norte

          Julimon’s Nature Farm (Learning Site)
          Raise Dairy Animals (Leading to Animal Production (Ruminants) NC II)
          Puting Bato, Tawan-tawan, Initao, Misamis Oriental
          (063) 222 -1601

          Junlyn Family Food Processing
          Raise Dairy Animals (Leading to Animal Production (Ruminants) NC II)
          Purok 1, Canituan, Kalilangan, Bukidnon
          0945 133 8853

          Margeuries House of Goodies (Learning Site)
          Raise Dairy Animals (Leading to Animal Production (Ruminants) NC II)
          Purok Talisay, Sta. Filomena, Iligan City

          San Roque Dairy Farm (Learning Site)
          Raise Dairy Animals (Leading to Animal Production (Ruminants) NC II)
          Poblacion, El Salvador City
          09951280570 / ‘09176515111

  • Hi good afternoon, how to enroll/training online class at Wangan national Agricultural school/

  • Hi po, saan po pwede mag enroll/training ng Animal health care and management NC111, fr. Antipolo Rizal po.

  • Good after po sir inquire po ako saan pdi maka training program Ng animal production swine NC 11, location ko po kidapawan city north cotabato. Thank you

    • ACCREDITED TESDA TRAINING CENTER FOR SWINE NC II in COTABATO
      – LGU – Tampakan Skills Training Center – Brgy. Poblacion, Tampakan, South Cotabato
      – GBS III Agro Farms – Tito St., Bgry. Presbitero, Pigcawayan, North Cotabato

      • Sir Goodevening Tanong lang po.Saan po pwedeng magtraining Ng Animal production Nc ii po.. Imus Cavite po

        • Animal Production (Ruminants) NC II
          D’ Constantinos Farm Corp.
          Address: Brgy. Pantihan 2, Maragondon, Cavite
          Contact#: 0916 588 2243

          • Good day po. Saan po pwede mag enroll ng artificial insemination(swine) nc2 sa bandang surigao del sur po? Thanks in advance po.

          • Alameda Farm, Inc.
            Hamburger Hills, Gata,San Agustin, Surigao del Sur
            09189793342 09068407772

            Amparitas Integrated Natural Farm
            Brgy. Tagasaka, Hinatuan, Bislig Surigao del Sur

            Cacayan Integrated Farm
            Upper Sikahoy, Brgy. San Jose, Bislig City, Surigao del Sur
            9217968862

            Callano Farm School and Training Center Corporation
            P-1B, Matin-ao, Poblacion, Tagbina, Surigao del Sur 8308
            9088664699

            City Organic Agri-Fishery Tourism Complex
            Sian, Sta. Cruz, Bislig City, Surigao del Sur
            9064795692

            Dolene Farm
            San Jose, Barobo, Surigao del Sur
            9298812954

            Double R SALT Integrated Farm
            Pob. Lingig, Surigao del Sur
            9190034708

            EDFHER Farm
            P-4, Barangay Dughan, Barobo, Surigao del Sur 8309
            09392172930 / 09463321810

            KN’s Farm School & Training Center, Inc.
            Gamuton, Lanuza, Surigao del Sur
            9182983649

            Mejares Fun Farm
            Banahao, Lianga, Surigao del Sur 8307
            0927-6159726

            Montañez Agri Technology Inc.
            Adlay, Carrascal, Surigao del Sur
            09984989638/ 09399072240

            Nerio D. Odchimar Agri-Formation Center
            Mandakit, Santa Cruz, Bislig City, Surigao del Sur 8311
            9395095726

            Selades Agricultural Learning Center
            Cayale, Tago, Surigao del Sur
            9306315498

            STIP Diversified Agricultural Learning Center
            Bingcongan, Bigaan, Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur
            9322453029

  • Gud morning poh ma’am /sir tanung lng aq kng kailan poh mag bukas nag driaying farmer gsto ko poh sna mag pa enroll. Slmat poh dito poh aq sa caloocan