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Schedule of 1st EPS-TOPIK 2017

Important Information (Please read first)
List of Qualified Applicants- Date and Venue (Paper-Based Test)
List of Qualified Applicants -Date and Venue (Computer-Based Test)

Printing of EPS-TOPIK permit

Applicants who have registered for the 1st Point System EPS-TOPIK scheduled on March 25-26, 2017 may now print the test permit HERE
You are also reminded that it is important to register with the POEA E-Registration System before the date of examination.

POEA Davao transfers to a new office

The POEA-Regional Center for Mindanao has transferred to its new office at the 2nd Floor, AMQ Building corner Lakandula St., Dacudao Avenue, Agdao, Davao City.

Overseas job opportunities at POEA

The POEA, through government-to-government arrangement, is accepting qualified applicants for various positions overseas. DETAILS HERE

News Release

Warning on illegal recruitment of caregivers for Japan

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration warns overseas Filipino workers against unauthorized recruitment of caregivers for Japan. The 2016 Technical Training Act of Japan, which include caregivers among those eligible jobs under the Technical Intern Training Program, has not fully taken effect.

The governments of the Philippines and Japan are yet to sign a memorandum of cooperation required to implement the recruitment and deployment of Filipino caregivers for Japan. Licensed agencies are directed to refrain from recruitment of caregivers for Japan, not even for manpower pooling purposes. Any agency that undertakes such recruitment will be considered to have violated existing rules and regulations on recruitment of overseas Filipino workers.

The public are encouraged to report to the POEA any recruitment activity of this nature undertaken by any entity or person, licensed or not.
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POEA reissues warning on email scam

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration reiterates its advice to overseas jobseekers to disregard emails informing them of selection for supposed employment in countries like United Kingdom, Canada and the United States of America for positions they never applied for in the first place.

The email sender asks the target victim to pay P3,700 for slot reservation in an orientation seminar supposedly to be conducted at the office of a licensed recruitment agency.
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