This study was mainly conducted to determine the levels and lived experiences of teachers’ resilience and professional development trainings towards their teaching capacity among teachers in Carmen North and Central District. This study utilized Concurrent Quan + Quali Mixed Method Design wherein the collection of samples and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data were collected in the same time but separate in manner. Survey questionnaires were given to 200 elementary classroom teachers for the quantitative strand of the study. Seventeen (17) teachers became the participants of the In-Depth Interview (IDI) and Focus Group Discussion. The findings indicated high level of teachers’ resilience, professional development trainings, and teaching capacity. The combined influence of teachers’ resilience and professional development trainings had positive and significant influence towards teaching capacity. Further, teachers’ resilience found to be the significant predictor on teachers’ teaching capacity. It implies, the more resilient teachers are, the better performance they have in the workplace. Consequently, the findings of the quantitative strand were confirmed by majority of the participants in the qualitative strand. Hence, the qualitative and quantitative data showed convergence in its result.