Vickie Rushton completes Tesda courses, encourages fans to enroll

/ 01:48 PM April 27, 2020
Vickie Rushton

Vickie Rushton and her notes from an online course she took. Images: Instagram/@vimrushton

Vickie Rushton encouraged her fans to enroll in free online programs offered by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda), after completing three courses herself.

“Earlier today, I finished my third online course,” the actress-beauty queen said in her Instagram post yesterday, April 26. “It feels so good to do something productive while on quarantine.”


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Hi everything! 😆 Earlier today, I finished my third online course. It feels so good to do something productive while on quarantine. Last April 13, I enrolled myself in the TESDA Online Program (TOP). TOP offers 68 online courses for free and they are all self-paced. I took courses under Agriculture, Entrepreneurship and 21st Century Skills. The topics in these courses are so useful and timely. Since I love gardening, it broadened my knowledge about growing plants and the importance of having a sustainable garden or “survival garden” in our backyards. Im also sharing some notes under Managing Your Personal Finances. Since the ECQ has been extended until May 15, I thought of sharing this with you. Enrollment is quick and easy. Just go to e-tesda.gov.ph. May certificate din after! 🥰

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Rushton explained that she enrolled in the Tesda Online Program on April 13, and that all the courses were free and self-paced. She took classes on agriculture, entrepreneurship and 21st-century skills, which she said were all “useful and timely” topics.

“Since I love gardening, it broadened my knowledge about growing plants and the importance of having a sustainable garden or ‘survival garden’ in our backyards,” Rushton added.

She also posted a photo of some of the notes she wrote while taking a course on “Managing Your Personal Finances.” Rushton decided to share with fans her progress, following the extension of the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine to May 15.

She then encouraged them to enroll in online courses as well, pointing out that signing up is “quick and easy.”


“Just go to e-tesda.gov.ph,” she said. “May (There is a) certificate din (too) after!”

Rushton finished her first online course on April 14 and her second one on April 26, as seen in her certificates. She also shared the steps needed to join the program.

Rushton won the beauty pageant Mutya ng Pilipinas back in 2011. She later joined the TV reality show “Pinoy Big Brother: All In” in 2014. JB


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