Ifugao is located at the foot of the Cordillera Mountain Ranges. Its capital town is Lagawe. Ifugao is located at the foot of the Cordillera Mountain Ranges. It is bounded on the west by Benguet, on the south by Nueva Vizcaya, on the east by Isabela and on the north by Mt. Province. Ifugao has a land area total of 2,517.78 sq. km. Situated within the Cordillera Central mountain range, Ifugao is characterized by rugged terrain, river valleys, and massive forests. The province has eleven (11) towns or municipalities namely: Aguinaldo, Asipulo, Banaue, Hingyon, Hungduan, Kiangan, Lagawe, Lamut,Lista, Mayoyao and Tinoc with a 175 established barangays.
Ifugao is home to one of the most prestigious and prominent State Kills Institute known as Technical Educational and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Ifugao. The institute is endeavored to bring about greater industry-academe collaboration and critical partnerships with local and international institutions to forge mutual skills benchmarking standards, program exchange and internship trainings to equip graduates with competencies and preferred job access.
The institute offers practical short-term specialty courses, as well as higher level competency in technical-industrial education and trade technology. The institution will continue to upgrade its upgrade its curricular standards that will provide quality technical-vocational education and skills training at the technical diploma and national certificate levels that would develop technically competent, innovative and skilled workforce for the Cordillera Region, as well as for any preferred local and international employment.
The institute also play a pivotal role in primarily helping the students and out-of-school-youths and residents from low-income families, including persons with disability in the community to become productive, self-reliant and to be developed into globally competitive middle to high level skilled labor force to hasten social and economic development of our country.
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