Sanayan sa Kakayahang Industriyal (SKIL) (1983-present)
SKIL was a fitting response to the widespread unemployment problem amongst productive youth and the growing demand for middle-level craftsmen here and overseas. It benefits deserving out-of-school youths trained in various technical-vocational courses such as Automotive Servicing, Welding, Pipefitting, Basic Computing, Food & Beverage Servicing; and Small Engine, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Repair.
SKIL scholars are trained in technical schools accredited by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority. Thereafter, they undergo apprenticeship training under the supervision of PSFI's partner enterprises in key industries and are often given opportunities to be hired for regular posts.