Through Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, high school graduates can avail of various scholarship training at minimal or zero expense at all.
In the year end report of TESDA, enrollment in various TESDA programs had totaled to 1.7 million compared to 2011's data of 1.5 million. Of which, around 800,000 students had passed the assessment skills.
With the demand of the industry to concentrate on hiring applicants with usable skills, letting students go through short - term - skill - oriented education becomes more pleasing. With the increased number of students, teachers for vocational program are highly demanded too.
If you simply look around your city, you can actually find schools that do provide TESDA scholarships. One instance is the notice I found on Facebook.