Bayan Academy's Employment programs capacitate individuals and communities in upskilling and increasing their competencies through technical-vocational education and training programs. These programs aim to imporve the lives of the marginalized sectors of society, especially the unemployed, by developing their self-capacities, and employability by providing area-based programs and demand-driven opportunities.

BPI Tech-Voc Training Program

In the past years, the program has been helping marginalized sectors of society earn a living whether through employment, self-employment or entrepreneurship endeavors. It has grown its impact with the help of different like-minded organizations.

The program is successful in improving the lives of the beneficiaries and their families. The positive impact and transformation being delivered by the program are what drives BPI Foundation, Bayan Academy and its partners to come up with innovative interventions every year.

The BPI Tech-Voc Training Program is an intervention designed to train the members of the chosen community in valuable technical skills. A continuing collaboration between BPI Foundation and Bayan Academy aimed to raise the productivity of low-income earners through training programs that combine valuable technical vocational skills with entrepreneurial know-how, financial wellness, community engagement, and values enhancement, which they could use to create community enterprises.

For 2023, BPIF funded  the training  for various technical skills amounting of Php 9.1M benefited,  1,808  individuals for face-to-face training courses (662) for 9 provinces (Surigao del Norte, Agusan del Sur and Norte, Siquijor, Negros Oriental, Albay, Masbate, Eastern Samar and Quezon) identified by the BPI Foundation and  9 nationwide online training (1,146) for various technical skills such as IT-BPM, Cookery and Bread & Pastry Production and Food Processing with employment rate of 89%.

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The project is expected to impact 10,600 beneficiaries in four priority Philippine regions (NCR, Central Luzon, CALABARZON and Central Visayas) trained with area based, demand driven covering IT-BPM, transportation and logistics, construction, and manufacturing sectors, and ICT anchored training curricula. It also aims to strengthen the ties between industries and TESDA and produce area-based and demand-driven TVET knowledge resources and management tools for TESDA.

There are two beneficiary groups: a) low-skilled workers and b) TVET students. Since the trainings to be delivered are directly aligned to higher-level TVET priority programs, beneficiaries will have attained at least a secondary school diploma, which based on the Philippine Qualifications Framework, means they have gained the competencies that are taught within lower- level TVET programs.

For 2023, BA was able to serve 1,912 individuals via different tech-voc training courses in 4 regions to complete its total target of 4,600 (BASE-HRD) for the whole grant (2021-2023).

Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc.

Bayan Academy provided online technical skills training on Cookery, and Bread & Pastry Production through the UNLAD SA PASADA (USP) Program and Gas Mo, Bukas Ko (GMBK) Program of PSFI.

The scholarship grants to be provided by PSFI shall be known as the USP Program, and GMBK Program which aims to equip Forecourt Service Champions of Shell Mobility stations, out-of-school youth and loyal Shell Go+ Pro members and dependents with the necessary technical, vocational and entrepreneurial skills.


Bayan Academy continues to partner with Accenture in enhancing the employability ofunemployed individuals through the latter’s Skills to Succeed (S2S) Academy. The S2SAcademy is a free, highly interactive online training program.

this training helps learners build the skills and confidence they need to make smart career choices and find and succeed in employment.All technical skills training participants will be required to undergo this project. Some of theactivities of the project include 1) conducting a baseline profiling of candidates (youth NEET-not employed, in education and training), who will be enrolled in any of Bayan Academy’s

Technical/Vocational training courses) which will be used for outcome monitoring; and 2)source candidates for the existing training to complete the targeted beneficiaries of not lessthan 500 youth NEET and/or unemployed youth beneficiaries who shall complete at least oneto three modules per learner.


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Thank you so much to Bayan Family for the opportunity given to us to leverage on our technical skills. Our knowledge has been been deepened by the insights fed to us in this remarkable training. May we have more opportunities to dwell in the future which is related to information technology. The Lord bless you more po.

Paglinawan, Nissi Jea Canencia
Trainee, Lanao del Norte

Thank you Bayan Academy and BPI foundation for this wonderful program it help me improve my knowledge and for the additional income. God Bless and more power.

Mirasol Amaquin
Freelance, Baker

I have learned a lot from this training and opportunity provided for free training. thank you very much

Marilou Singian
Freelance, Baker

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