A STUDENT from Central Luzon State University (CLSU) won a gold medal at the recently concluded 10th Asean Skills Competition in Hanoi, Vietnam, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) reported Friday.
Joshua Mina ruled the Mechanical Engineering Design-CAD category after amassing the highest score in the trade area and securing the gold for the country.
In the Industrial Automation trade area, Glenn Christopher Silang and Jemuel Gerson Isnec, both of the MFI Foundation Inc., received the bronze medal.
Eight other members of the Philippine delegation who took part in different trade areas were given the medallion of excellence during the competition.
“Their win proves the high level of competence of the Filipino workforce. They are a symbol of inspiration to all technical vocational students who are aspiring for better life,” Tesda Director General Joel Villanueva said.