Success Stories

A Career Path in Automotive Servicing

 It is with no doubt that the University of Perpetual Help has perfected crafting the career path of students enrolled in their Quick Auto Service Training Program after hearing several success stories from its interns who came back from Japan after their 3-year internship. UPH has worked hard just to get the right partners in the industry to hit the goal of their education to employment initiatives. Currently an auto mechanic in Motech Las Pinas, Wowie Vic Casiple takes us in memory lane on how he experienced working as an auto mechanic intern in Japan. He recalls that in his early 20s, he was one of the successful candidates who took the Quick Auto Service Training Program in UPH...
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The Millennial Approach to Learning Nihongo

 With Japan’s aging society and shrinking workforce, the government has decided to open its borders to foreign workers than watch the economy of Japan die. Despite the skyrocketing increase in the demand for foreign workers, the (Nihongo) language skill remains one of the main barriers in the recruitment. We sat down in an interview with Charizza Cauline Blancia, 25, a caregiver, to talk about her experience in learning Nihongo. Charizza is a graduate of Bachelor of Science Major in Hospitality and Restaurant Management and a National Certificate holder in Caregiving which she got from TESDA. Caregivers are one of the most in demand workers in Japan today due to its aging society. Charizza saw this opportunity when University of...
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Intern turned Store Manager

 Ran M. Bernardo, 30 years old, came all the way from Iloilo to the University of Perpetual Help Las Pinas to try his best luck in the automotive industry. He enrolled in a short course in Quick Auto Service Training Program in UPH and was sent to Japan for internship. Quick Auto Service Training Program is a TESDA accredited 6-month modular course offered by the University of Perpetual Help DALTA. This short course offers its students a chance to undergo international professional development and training. Successful selected trainees are given a chance to work as a mechanic trainee for three years with allowance. Struggling to communicate in a foreign land, Ran did not waste the chance to practice his...
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A Career Path in Automotive Servicing

 It is with no doubt that the University of Perpetual Help has perfected crafting the career path of students enrolled in their Quick Auto Service Training Program after hearing several success stories from its interns who came back from Japan after their 3-year internship. UPH has worked hard just...

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January 17, 2019

The Millennial Approach to Learning Nihongo

 With Japan’s aging society and shrinking workforce, the government has decided to open its borders to foreign workers than watch the economy of Japan die. Despite the skyrocketing increase in the demand for foreign workers, the (Nihongo) language skill remains one of the main barriers in the recruitment. We...

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January 16, 2019

Intern turned Store Manager

 Ran M. Bernardo, 30 years old, came all the way from Iloilo to the University of Perpetual Help Las Pinas to try his best luck in the automotive industry. He enrolled in a short course in Quick Auto Service Training Program in UPH and was sent to Japan for...

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January 10, 2019