Issue of November 3, 2019
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19 Apayao IPs trained under TESDA MLT
by Hazel Torida

LUNA, Apayao – Nineteen members of the indigenous peoples community have completed a short course provided by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority here through its Mobile Training Lab (MTL).

Of the 19 beneficiaries, three were females and 16 were males who completed the appliance repair training last Oct. 25.

“We have a significant shortage of repairmen specifically in appliance repair here. We need to equip people from the community to address the demand for such service,” said Engr. Victor Brioso, Tesda-Apayao director.

He said that MTL is the government’s response to the inadequate access of beneficiaries, bringing skills training program to remote areas that would increase their opportunities for employment.

MTLs are training facilities that can be easily transported from community to community within the province.

The provincial office has four movable compact boxes on a trailer that includes tools, equipment, training package, and multi-media equipment and accessories.

Courses under the MTL are appliance repair, bread and pastry, cookery, electrical installation and maintenance, food processing, plumbing, and small engine repair.

“With the knowledge and abilities they will gain through this course, learners can qualify themselves for wage/self-employment and eventually help fill the demand today,” he said.

He said the hands-on training and a curriculum for eight days prepared trainees to acquire the necessary competencies for employment in electronic industries.

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