Aklanon News: TESDA naghiwat it mass induction para sa mga benefisyaryo it BKKK

  • May 19, 2017
  • Venus G. Villanueva

KALIBO, Aklan, May 19 (PIA6) --  Nagpatigayon kurundaya eamang ro Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Aklan Provincial Office it Mass Training Induction para sa mga benefisyaryo it Barangay Kasanayan para sa Kabuhayan at Kapayapaan (BKKK).

Ginhiwat ro mass induction sa Montfort Technical Institute sa New Washington, Aklan ag gintambungan it mas o menos sa sanglibo nga mga benefisyaryo halin sa sari-saring kabanwahunan sa probinsya.

Tuyo it BKKK nga magtao it mga nagakaangay nga paghanas sa mga kabarangayan ag ginatukod sa pag establisar it mas maeapit nga koneksyon sa mga punong barangay sa pagdaea it mga teknikal/bokasyonal nga mga programa paeapit sa mga barangay.

Ginhambae ni Dr. Julius Sol Jamero, TESDA-Aklan Provincial Director, nga may kaabuon sa 2,500 nga mga Aklanon ro makapaidaeum sa training sa nasambit nga mga programa sa sari-saring kwalipikasyon basta magtao eang ro mga “trainees” it 100% nga pag-atender.

Ro andang 100% nga pag-atender hay importante agud makapasar sanda sa “assessment” kon siin ro mga madinaeag-on nga “trainees” hay makabuoe it National Certifications ukon NC halin sa I paadto sa III.

Ginhambae ni Jamero nga ro mga trainings ag assessments sa idaeum it BKKK hay igatao nga libre.

Euwas sa BKKK, magatao man ro TESDA it emergency skills training sa mga ‘drug surrenderers’ sa Aklan.

Imaw man, ro mga Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) ag ro andang miyembro it pamilya, ag mga katapu it AFP ag mga kapamilya it mga Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) nga mga naninahan ukon nadisgrasya hay magapaidaeum man sa emergency training.

Rayang mga grupo hay magabaton it P100.00 nga allowance kada adlaw ag ro andang mga training ag assessment hay mangin libre man.

Ro TESDA-Aklan hay nakalista it 24 nga mga kabulig nga mga eskuylahan ag institusyon kon siin pwede makabuoe it sari-saring training ro mga benefisyaryo it BKKK pareho ku Driving, agricultural crops production, organic agriculture production, food and beverages services, English language proficiency, bread and pastry production, housekeeping, security service, massage therapy, dressmaking, automotive servicing, electronic products assembly, computer systems servicing, hairdressing, beauty care services, motorcycle/small engine services, shielded metal arc welding, carpentry, bookkeeping, caregiving, health care services, cookery, wellness massage, events management services, ag emergency medical services.

Ro mga eskuylahan ag institusyon kon siin rayang mga benefisyaryo hay maka training hay sa Banga, Kalibo, Lezo, Boracay Island, Malay, New Washington, Numancia, Nabas ag Ibajay nga gina kumpunihan it mga kolehiyo, training school para sa mga security guard, culinary schools, massage spa, business center ag mga training center it gobyerno.

Gintambungan man ro mass induction it mga representante it mga opisyales it Aklan pareho kanday Nonoy Macahilig nga nag representar kay Cong. Carlito Marquez ag Sangguniang Panlalawigan Member Nemesio Neron ngaa nagrepresentar kay Governor Florencio T. Miraflores.

Idto man si Mayor Shimonette Francisco it banwang New Washington nga nagpanawagan sa mga benefisyaryo nga itao ro andang bilog nga “commitment” sa training paagi sa pagtapos ku andang kurso.

Ginhambae nana sa mga benefisyaryo nga improbahon ro andang mga kabuhi ay abu ro ginatanyag nga mga programa it gobyerno, ag imaw hay nagakaeangkag man sa andang gradwasyon. (JSC/VGV/PIA6 Aklan)

 

 


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