The Driving NC II certification program, overseen by TESDA, holds significant importance for individuals pursuing careers in the transportation and logistics industry, specifically in professional driving positions. This nationally recognized qualification assesses candidates’ proficiency and knowledge in operating motor vehicles while adhering to traffic regulations and safety protocols.
In a powerful move towards fostering road safety and raising the bar for driving education, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) XI and Regional Training Center – Korea-Philippines Vocational Training Center (RTC-KPVTC) Davao recently held a coordination meeting that has paved the way for significant advancements in driver assessment and training.
With the primary objective of improving road safety and ensuring that drivers possess the necessary skills and knowledge, the meeting brought together key representatives from LTO XI and RTC-KPVTC Davao. Through their collaboration, both government agencies are dedicated to elevating the standards of driving education and creating a safer environment for all road users
The focal point of the discussion revolved around requesting the assessment of qualified drivers from LTO XI and exploring training opportunities for the prestigious Driving NC II qualification. By aligning their efforts and sharing their expertise, LTO XI and RTC-KPVTC Davao aim to streamline the assessment process, establish standardized procedures, and deliver comprehensive training that empowers drivers with the necessary skills to navigate the roads responsibly.
The coordination meeting signifies a major step forward in improving road safety standards across the region. By combining their knowledge and resources, LTO XI and RTC-KPVTC Davao are committed to developing a highly skilled and competent driving workforce. This collective effort aims to ensure that drivers are equipped with the right tools and knowledge, leading to a safer and more responsible driving culture in the community.