Issue of May 12, 2019
Mt. Province

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4Ps recipients undergo training on how to make hollow blocks
by Peter A. Balocnit / PIA

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – Eighteen Pantawid Pamil-yang Pilipino Program beneficiaries from Barangay Malalao this city recently finished their training on hollow block making, which was sponsored by the Department of Social Welfare and Development and the Technical Education Skills and Development Authority.

Eduardo Tamayao of Tesda said the training was undertaken under their joint community-based training for 4Ps where DSWD provided supplies, materials, and equipment while Tesda provided the honorarium of trainers, assessment, and training certificates.

“They are now selling their products to their neighbors and other customers from adjacent barangays,” Tamayao said.

Meanwhile, the surviving spouses of two state security forces killed in action are undergoing training on bread and pastry.

Family members of other policemen and soldiers killed in action are invited to train at Tesda. 

Artemio Jose, Jr. of the Tesda Training Center said that 150 individuals are undergoing training on six courses.

Batches of 25 each are training on electrical, automotive, bread and pastry, driving, general metal arc welding, and shielded metal arc welding.

Trainees are given allowance, free tool kit, uniform, insurance, and ID.

Tesda invited interested out-of-school youth, college students, and unemployed to enroll in their training courses.

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