Issue of September 9, 2018
Mt. Province

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Jobseekers invited to fill-up vacant slots for skills training
by Erwin S. Batnag

BONTOC, Mountain Province – Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Provincial Director Eric Ueda is encouraging job seekers and other interested individuals to avail themselves of the unfilled slots for skills training that the Tesda is offering.

Ueda said for skills trainings scheduled for October and November, 517 slots need to be filled up.

Mountain Province has 1,246 slots for 2018.

Ueda said Tesda will conduct trainings for beauty care, bread and pastry production, bread and cake making, carpentry, cookery, dress making, massage therapy, organic Arabica coffee production, pastry making, body massage, facial treatment, and food processing, among other skills.

During Ueda’s courtesy call to Acting Gov. Bonifacio C. Lacwasan, Jr., he was assured of the provincial government’s annual aid to Tesda, which will come from the chief executive’s special purpose appropriation.

The budget will be released after signing of a memorandum of agreement between the provincial government and Tesda.

Ueda is not new to public service as he served as punong barangay of East Quirino Hill in Baguio City from 2013 to 2018.

He is a former managing partner of Sagampud Ramos Ueda Macwes and Partners Law Office and was then a board member-hearing officer at the Peoples Law Enforcement Board-Baguio City.

He was also an international marketer of Korea Optic Technology before passing the Bar in 2009.

At the age of 39, Ueda is one of the youngest directors in the country.

He traces his roots to Besao and Bauko, Mountain Province.

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