Friday, March 4, 2022

Digital Animation, Game Dev’t get boost with Philippine Skills Framework


As the world of work rapidly evolves, the need to create mechanisms and systems to upskill and reskill Filipino talents becomes more imminent.

The Philippine Trade Training Center - Global MSME Academy (PTTC-GMEA), the project direction unit of the Philippine Skills Framework, along with 10 other government agencies, is in full force as it launches the Philippine Skills Framework for Digital Animation and Game Development this March 9, 2022.

“Fresh from the 36th founding anniversary celebration of the Philippine Trade Training Center, we are very ecstatic to launch the PSF for Game Development and Digital Animation – two industries that are highly competitive and rapidly evolving. These two skills frameworks, designed with the help of our industry experts, will surely give these industries a big boost as they upskill and reskill to become more globally competitive,” Executive Director Nelly Nita N. Dillera said.

Department of Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez will grace the program, together with DTI Competitiveness and Innovation Group Undersecretary Rafaelita Aldaba. Industry experts and PSF contextualizers Mark Meily and Paraluman Cruz Javier will also be present at the launch.

The Philippine Skills Framework is an inter-agency effort to build the skills and competencies of the country’s human capital and better prepare them for the future economy. The first PSF, which targeted the logistics and supply chain industry, was launched last June 25, 2021.

Interested participants may join the launch by registering through

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