Issue of March 10, 2019
     
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Bread & pastry making, sewing, beauty care training opens
by Julie G. Fianza / PIO

The City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) and the city government, the Department of Labor and Employment, civil society organizations, and women groups are calling on interested individuals to enlist at the CSWDO for a training in bread and pastry making, beauty care, and sewing.

The training for beauty care starts on March 11 at the Silungan Center, while the training for bread and pastry making will be at the evacuation center at the City Engineer’s Office.

The training date and venue for sewing and weaving programs is yet to be scheduled.

An assessment will be done after each program, with a one-day entrepreneurship training enhancement.

All programs qualify and accredit successful trainees for National Certification II.

The beauty care program is for 15 days while baking runs for 18 days.

Basic ingredients and materials, such as flour are available for the training.

Ovens and mixers; 15 sewing machines; tables, chairs, cutting, and measuring equipment; starter sets; cloth and thread; facial steamer; and foot spa are also available.

The delivery of computers, loom weaving stands, and other materials was delayed due to some technicalities.

CSWDO Head Betty Fangasan said the materials and equipment are part of the P9 million downloaded to the city government through the CSWD.

The trainors are from the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.

Meetings were conducted for organized groups wanting to attend the trainings. It was agreed that all trainings will be inspected and monitored by offices concerned, the city government, CSOs, and CSWDO.

Citywide seedling projects for coffee and fruit trees at the Botanical Garden are also being considered and other livelihood projects such as tailoring, computer works, bookbinding and printing, and mushroom growing in coordination with the Department of Agriculture, DOLE, Tesda, and Department of Trade and Industry.


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