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The Northern Mindanao School of Fisheries, a TESDA Administered  school  is  continuously dedicated   to   provide   relevant  and  quality technical education and training which aims to develop a globally competitive workforce. The institution is also  mandated  to  expand  and provide opportunities to the smallest government unit, the  barangays, to  extend  our  services through skills training. The  need  of  a closer linkages, collaboration and partnerships of the government and non-government organization makes the program possible. 

The creation of this website gives the public the fastest way to access and view available information with no limits. This will help connect people who wish to inquire training programs offered, and provide updates on the activities and accomplishments of the institution. With the increasing digital world, the relevance of developing a website is timely since some people expect automatic answers to their queries and assume that an institution has their own website. The existence of this website also provides avenue to invite alumni to visit and revive the attachments between the students and the institution. Accordingly, if the information cannot be found online, it is almost as though it doesn't exist.

Our  website contains information such as: 1) School Profile; 2) Good Governance; 3)Program and Services; 4) Profile of Buenavista, Agusan del Norte; 5) Archives and 6) School Board.

May I invite everyone to visit our website at https://sites.google.com/a/tesda.gov.ph/nmsf/ and experience our online services offered. You can also visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TESDA-NMSF-274928699660/ and follow us on Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/NMSFagusan.









   Have an enjoyable surfing!

   BRIGIDA C. TICAR
   OIC - Vocational School Administrator
                                                                                                                                 
ACCREDITED ASSESSMENT CENTER                      ACCREDITATION NO.
1. AQUACULTURE NC II                                           AC-AQC0216021517134
2. FOOD PROCESSING NC II                                    AC- FOP0216021517132
3. FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICES NC II             AC- FBS0233011517115
4. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC I                            AC- ATS0116021517133
5. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICNG NC II                            AC- ATS0216021618107
6. TRAINERS METHODOLOGY LEVEL I                   AC- TRM0133011517113



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The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Caraga awards Certificate of Dualized Training Program Accreditation for Automotive Servicing NC I to the  Northern Mindanao School of Fisheries a TESDA Technology Institution (TTI) located in Barangay Matabao, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte and the Roadside Servitech a private automotive service center located at P2-B Acostavill, Libertad, Butuan City. read more

As part of the requirements for the bundled program Fisheries Technology: Aquaculture NC II and Food Processing NC II of the Northern Mindanao School of Fisheries in Matabao, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte, seven trainees completed the 240 -hour Supervised Industry Training (SIT) in Aquaculture at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD) located in Tigbauan, Iloilo. read more

NMSF FORGED OJT PARTNERSHIP WITH TOYOTA BUTUAN CITY

To equip its trainees with relevant world-class knowledge, skills and attitudes (KSA), the Northern Mindanao School of Fisheries (NMSF) Matabao, Buenavista, Agusan del Norte has forged a partnership with Toyota Butuan City for the On-the-Job Training of the Automotive Servicing NC I qualification through a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) dated March 31, 2017..read more

NMSF employees joined Matabao Creek “Operation Clean-up”

posted March 20, 2017, 1:57 PM by rsbasilio@tesda.gov.ph

Through the invitation of the Barangay Captain of Matabao Honorable Edna A. Tabanao, all the employees of the Northern Mindanao School of Fisheries (NMSF) joined the “Operation Clean-up” at the Matabao Creek situated at the NMSF and BNHS or Buenavista National High School on March 11, 2017 at 2:00 in the afternoon.

MinTVET officials elated over Caraga’s hosting of HRSD confab
posted Aug 9, 2016, 4:28 PM by Caraga Tesda   [ updated Aug 9, 2016, 4:29 PM ]

SURIGAO CITY, August 9 – Officials of the Mindanao Technical Vocational Education and Training (MinTVET) are elated over the hosting of the Caraga Association of Technical Vocational Institutions, Inc. (CATVII) and TESDA-Caraga in the 15th Human Resource and Skills Development (HRSD) Conference.

Caraga’s HRSD confab sets record-breaking participants

posted Aug 9, 2016, 4:26 PM by Caraga Tesda   [ updated Aug 9, 2016, 4:26 PM ]

SURIGAO CITY, August 9 – A record-breaking number of delegates in the 15th Human Resource and Skills Development (HRSD) Conference has been noted by the Secretariat.

Mindanao Technical-Vocational Education and Training (MinTVET) spokesperson John Franco revealed during the press conference today that as of 10:30 a.m., the Secretariat has recorded some 583 in the attendance.

“This attendance is the biggest in the history of HRSD Conference,” he said. This figure, according to Franco has somehow surpassed the number of delegates during the previous years’ conduct of the annual gathering of Mindanao TVET sectors.

15th HRSD confab, venue for transition

posted Aug 9, 2016, 4:22 PM by Caraga Tesda   [ updated Aug 9, 2016, 4:24 PM ]

SURIGAO CITY, August 9 – “The 15th Human Resource and Skills Development (HRSD) conference is a good venue for transition,” said Mindanao Technical Vocational Education and Training (MinTVET) spokesperson John Franco.

In today’s press conference held at the lobby of the Philippine Gateway Hotel here, Franco said the conduct of the annual summit served as venue for the technical-vocational sector to be updated with the latest development that our country is facing specifically with the ASEAN integration that has been implemented.

“We need to be updated with the latest technology, methods, and curriculum in tech-voc so that Mindanaoans will be given the opportunity to compete not only in the national but as well as in the international skills,” Franco said.




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