"TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) is the education or training process where it involves, in addition to general education, the study of technologies and related sciencs and acquisition of practical skills relating to occupations in various sectors of economic life and social life, comprises formal (organized programs as part of the school system) and non-formal (organized classes outside the school system) approaches." (UNESCO)

Housekeeping NC II is a technical-vocational program designed to prepare students for housekeeping jobs in hotels, motels, and resorts. The program equips students with skills in housekeeping services, guest rooms’ preparations, laundering and cleaning.

The Housekeeping NC II program is supervised and accredited by TESDA (a government agency that regulates vocational courses), and TESDA-accredited education institutions may offer this program.

As designed by TESDA, the Housekeeping NC II curriculum is divided into following modules:

Basic Competencies (18 hours)

o Participate in workplace communication

o Work in team environment

o Practice career professionalism

o Practice occupational health and safety procedures

Common Competencies (18 hours)

o Develop and update industry knowledge

o Observe workplace hygiene procedures

o Perform computer operations

o Perform workplace and safety practices

o Provide effective customer service

Core Competencies (400 hours)

o Provide Housekeeping Services to Guest

o Prepare Rooms for Guest

o Clean Premises

o Provide Valet Service

o Laundry Linen and Guest Clothes