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1. T2MIS Auto Generated Information

1.1 Unique Learner Numeric Code automatically generated by the TESDA Training
Identifier (ULI) Management Information System (T2MIS)
2. Learner/Manpower Profile

Name Refers to the Surname, Given Name and Mother’s Maiden

Surname of an individual. It is a mandatory field with a length of
30 characters.
Complete Permanent The Bldg. Name / Block No. / Street Name of the individual’s
Mailing Address residence
Number and Street
Number, Street – Refers to the specific number and name of the
street where individual’s address belongs.
Barangay – Refers to the specific locality where individual’s
address belongs.
District – Refers to the congressional district to which the
individual belongs.
City – Refers to the city or municipality where the specific
district belongs or vice versa.
Province – Refers to the specific province where a city or
municipality belongs.
Region – Refers to the specific region where a province belongs.
Email Address/Facebook Account – is the address of an
electronic postbox that can receive (and send) email messages
on a network.
Contact Number - These fields refers to the means of contacting
the person.
Nationality - political independence or existence as a separate
3. Personal Information
Sex Pertain sex of an individual. It is a mandatory field with a length
of 30 characters. The value must either be male/female
Civil Status The marital status of an individual. It is a mandatory field with
a length of 30 characters.
Employment Status This fields describes whether an individual is currently engaged
in any income generating activity.
Birth Date Pertain to the birth date of an individual . It is a mandatory
entry with a format of MM-DD-YYYY. This consists of 10
characters, the first 2 characters represent the month, the next
2 characters represents the day and the last 4 characters
correspond to the year. These are separated by a hyphen.
Birth Place It concern the place where an individual was born. It is a
mandatory field with a length of 16 characters.
Educational Attainment It refers to the highest educational level an individual has
Before the Training attained on a particular school before availing training in
(Trainee) public/private TVIs with TESDA registered programs.
Parent/Guardian Refers to a person acting as a father or mother; guardian; a
person who is entrusted by law with the care of the person or
property, or both, of another, as a minor or someone legally
incapable of managing his or her own affairs.
Learner/Trainee/Student Refers to categorization of a person/client served by or utilizing
(Clients) Classification the services of a social agency.
Type of Disability (for Refers to a classification/type of an impairment of any person
Person with Disability that may be cognitive, developmental, intellectual, mental,
only) physical, sensory, or some combination of these. It substantially
affects a person's life activities and may be present from birth or
occur during a person's lifetime.
Causes of Disability Refers to the origin/reasons of disability such as congenital,
inborn, illness, injury, etc.
multi-component career guidance program geared towards
helping clients decide intelligently on what career to pursue.
The National Career Assessment Examination or NCAE is a test
taken by high school students in the Philippines that determines
their strengths in different career fields
Name of Course/ Refers to a title of Course/ Qualification applied for a training
Type of Scholarship Refers to scholarship package such as TWSP, PESFA, STEP, etc.
Package that can be availed at/being offered by public/private TVIs with
TESDA registered programs.

Learner/Trainee/Student Classification (Client Type)

Client Classification/Type Description

Students a learner or someone who attends an educational institution

Out-of-School-Youth refers to boys and girls who belong to any of the categories:
i) 7-14 years old who are not enrolled;
ii) 15-24 years old, not enrolled, not employed and not a
tertiary level graduate. Ref: 2017 TVET Glossary of Terms
Solo Parent (1) A woman who gives birth as a result of rape and other
crimes against chastity even without a final conviction of the
offender: Provided, That the mother keeps and raises the child;
(2) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to death of spouse;
(3) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood while the spouse is detained or is serving sentence
for a criminal conviction for at least one (1) year;
(4) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to physical and/or mental incapacity of spouse
as certified by a public medical practitioner;
(5) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to legal separation or de facto separation from
spouse for at least one (1) year, as long as he/she is entrusted
with the custody of the children;
(6) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to declaration of nullity or annulment of
marriage as decreed by a court or by a church as long as
he/she is entrusted with the custody of the children;
(7) Parent left solo or alone with the responsibility of
parenthood due to abandonment of spouse for at least one (1)
(8) Unmarried mother/father who has preferred to keep and
rear her/his child/children instead of having others care for
them or give them up to a welfare institution;
(9) Any other person who solely provides parental care and
support to a child or children;
(10) Any family member who assumes the responsibility of
head of family as a result of the death, abandonment,
disappearance or prolonged absence of the parents or solo
parent. Ref: RA 8972
Solo Parent’s Children refer to those living with and dependent upon the solo parent
for support who are unmarried, unemployed and not more
than eighteen (18) years of age, or even over eighteen (18)
years but are incapable of self-support because of mental
and/or physical defect/disability. Ref: RA 8972
Senior Citizens refers to any resident citizen of the Philippines at least sixty
(60) years old. Ref: RA 9994
TVET Trainers shall mean persons who provide training aimed at developing
the latter’s capacities for imparting attitudes, knowledge, skills
and behavior patterns required for specific jobs, tasks,
occupations or group of related occupations. Ref: 2017 TVET
Glossary of Terms
Displaced HEIs Teaching former higher education personnel, whether teaching or non-
Personnel teaching, who is separated from employment with the HEI due
to the implementation of the K to 12 Basic Education Program,
regardless of manner of displacement (i.e., retrenchment,
redundancy, non-renewal of contract, or other analogous
circumstances of displacement). Ref: CHED website
Persons with Disabilities suffering from restriction or different abilities, as a result of a
mental, physical or sensory impairment, to perform an activity
in the manner or within the range considered normal for a
human being. Ref: RA No. 7277
Currently Employed Workers persons in the labor force who were reported either at work or
with a job or business. Ref: PSA
Employees with Contractual/ one employed by a contractor or subcontractor to perform or
Job Order Status complete a job, work or service pursuant to an arrangement
between the latter and a principal
Urban and Rural Poor refers to individuals or families in city and town areas with
incomes below the poverty line
Informal Workers Refers to workers engaged to all jobs which are not recognized
as normal income sources, and on which taxes are not paid
Industry Workers person engaged in production of goods or related services
within an economy
Cooperatives an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to
meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and
aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-
controlled enterprise
Family Enterprises refers to those in which the family controls the business
through involvement in ownership and management positions
Micro Entrepreneurs a person who operates a small business with five or fewer
Family Members of Micro the immediate family members of the person who operates a
Entrepreneurs small business

Farmers and Fishermen  one who engages in fishing as an occupation or for

 a person who owns, works on or operates an agricultural
enterprise, either commercially or to sustain himself or his
Family Members of Farmers and Family members of the person who engages fishing or
Fishermen operates agricultural enterprise

Community Training & person responsible in providing training and/or employment to

Employment Coordinator the poor and marginal groups, those who cannot access, or are
not accessible by formal training provisions
Returning/Repatriated Overseas refers to Filipinos returning to the Philippines from overseas
Filipino Workers employment

Overseas Filipino Workers immediate family member of the person who is in overseas
(OFW) Dependents employment.

Indigenous People & Cultural those that having a historical continuity with pre-invasion and
Communities pre-colonial societies that developed on their territories,
consider themselves distinct from other sectors of the societies
now prevailing in those territories, or parts of them
Disadvantaged Women women lacking in the basic resources or conditions (such as
standard housing, medical and educational facilities, and civil
rights) believed to be necessary for an equal position in society
Victim of Natural Disasters and people affected by catastrophic event caused by nature or
Calamities natural processes of the earth i.e flood, earthquake, typhoon

Victim or Survivor of Human someone who is or survived from being trade for the purpose
Trafficking of forced labour, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual
exploitation for the trafficker or others
Drug Dependent Surrenderers a person who surrenders from being under the administration
of controlled or restricted drugs
Rebel Returnees or refer to rebels or soldiers who withdrawn from service
Decommissioned Combatants
Inmates and Detainees someone who is held prisoner by a government because of his
or her political views or activities
Wounded in-Action AFP & PNP AFP and PNP personnel suffering from physical injury especially
Personnel that suffered in battle

Family Members of AFP & PNP Immediate family members of the AFP and PNP personnel who
Killed-and-Wounded in-Action suffer from physical injury during battle

Family Members of Inmates and Immediate family members of the person who is imprisoned or
Detainees detained in prison