CSF, TESDA Inks Agreement For Skills Trainings [ Monday, 6th of June 2016 | 10 months ago ]
With this, skills trainings on Construction (Carpentry NC II), Metals & Engineering (SMAW NC I) and Tourism (Cake Making leading to Bread & Pastry Production NC II) shall open to public.
“We are targeting 190 unemployed, out-of-school youth and disadvantaged Fernandino Workers as beneficiaries” said Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago.
He said that it is the advocacy of the Santiago administration to assist workers in developing and harnessing their skills and potentials by providing training to provide them additional source of living.
According to Meilyn A. Gallarde, BUB focal person for Employment Services these skills trainings will be implemented on the 2nd quarter of year 2016. “Pre-screening and selection of beneficiaries shall also be conducted” she added.
The training will last for about 1 to 2 months. Qualified trainees shall also receive allowance from the city during their assessment (NC II Examination).
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