Issue of March 10, 2019
     
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TESDA, 103rd Maneuver Coy tie up to capacitate youth
by Peter A. Balocnit / PIA

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority provincial office and the 1503rd Maneuver Company of the Regional Mobile Force Battalion (RMFB) 15 signed a memorandum of agreement for the joint implementation of the executive order that aims to stop insurgency in the country.

Anchored on Executive Order 70 or the “whole-of-nation” approach against insurgency, the MOA was signed by Tesda Provincial Director Gabriel Cayacay and S/Insp. Wiltz Konrad Sally, company commander of the 1503rd Maneuver Coy.

Under the MOA, personnel of the 1503rd Maneuver Company, RMFB 15-Police Regional Office Cordillera will be trained on skills to increase personnel competency. They will become trainers for the youth and other vulnerable groups as a means of directing the right path for citizens to become productive instead of joining the insurgents.

Aside from ensuring the safety and providing security during information operations and police community relations, the 1503rd Maneuver Coy will also promote the programs of Tesda, and help recruit the youth to undergo training at the Tesda Provincial Training Center.

The whole-of-nation approach aims to address “the root causes of insurgencies, internal disturbances, tensions and other armed conflicts and threats by prioritizing and harmonizing the delivery of basic services and social development packages, facilitating societal inclusivity, and ensuring active participation of all sectors of the society in the pursuit of the country’s peace agenda.”

Sally hopes the MOA will give their unit opportunity to reinforce holistic adolescent development.

For Tesda, Cayacay assured that they will accommodate anyone who is interested in the training.

The Tesda partnered with the Department of Information and Communication Technology to train the youth on computer literacy.

 
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