SECOND BATCH OF TVET-P STUDENTS ON MTC TO BE ROLLED-OUT THIS NOVEMBER
Friday, November 09, 2018
After the success of the pilot roll-out of Mobile Training Center in Salcedo, Samar last September 17-21, the second batch of trainees were set to undergo another Technical and Vocational Education Training for Parents (TVET-P) on the Mobile Training Center (MTC) on November 20-24. This was made possible with the partnership of SM Development Corporation (SMDC) and CFC ANCOP Global Foundation, Inc. (CAGFI) and is being facilitated again by skilled trainers from Don Bosco ONE TVET Philippines.
Three courses would be offered and a total of 75 students would benefit the program. These include Electrical Installation and Maintenance (EIM), Masonry and Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), accommodating 25 students per course. Just like the pilot run, students would also come from the prospect beneficiaries of the forthcoming SMDC-funded ANCOP site in the area which is on the last stage of land conversion. Once the site has been set for construction on December or January, graduates from the training would be hired as workers which will also serve as their On-the-Job training (OJT), enabling them to get their NC II Certification. This certification would also make them more employable, thus permitting them to support their own families.
CFC ANCOP’s Mobile Training Center is one of the answers to the call of Pope Francis to help our poor brethren in the peripheries and is looking forward to being sent to the different parts of the country. CFC ANCOP would also continue to provide a holistic approach to transform lives through programs like TVET-P. (CFC ANCOP Communications /pmb)
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