The PWC of Davao has been extending its Technical Vocational Education and Training/Assessment Center to interested practitioners since 2008. It has increased qualifications through the years, recognizing the significance of skills and practical demonstrations for employment given that many industries require TESDA certification. According to TVET head Mr. Patrick Canon, such training presents a wide range of opportunities including working abroad, finding/managing online jobs, becoming entrepreneurs and venturing into business and innovation.
The training center offers 170 hours for bread and pastry production, 345 hours for cookery, and 465 hours for housekeeping. The assessment center on the other hand aids towards TESDA certification for those who have already acquired the necessary skills, particularly housekeeping, cookery, bread and pastry production, food and beverage services, front office services, commercial cooking, customer service, domestic work, dressmaking, tourism production services, travel services, and events management services, with an allotted 4-5 hours per qualification.
As of the moment, there are 120 TVET scholars undergoing training at PWC and the center looks to improve its services by strengthening existing qualifications and upgrading facilities.