The Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education (BTLED) program is design to equip future teachers who will be teaching the Technology and Livelihood Education subjects for Grades 4 to 8 in the basic education. Specifically, the BTLEd program is expected to produce teachers who can assume the following major roles:
With high regard for learning imbued with proper work attitude and values as practiced in industry; and nationally-certified trainers in their fields of specialization.
After three to five (3-5) years, the BTLED graduates are expected to become:
Graduates of BTLEd Program can qualify for the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) and practice the teaching profession in the field of Technology and Livelihood Education as EPP Teachers for Grades 4-6 and TLE teachers for Grades 7-8. Graduates will also qualify as TVET Trainers and Assessors after they obtain the appropriate Certification. Graduates may also proceed to practice careers in various sectors of the industry as agripreneurs and employees.