TESDA BCSAT free skills training benefited 50 industry workers

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At least 50 workers from various companies and industries across Baguio City benefited from free skills training on Tocino and Longaniza Making on October 21, 2021.

The training is intended to enhance workplace collaboration with National Conciliation and Mediation Board (NCMB) -CAR and companies from the Labor-Management Committees (LMCs). It also aims to come up with livelihood projects as part of its Family Welfare Programs in response to the Zero Hunger Program of the government.

The beneficiaries of the training were employees from Laser Marketing, TG Home Builders, D & G Food Corporation, Cordillera Hospital of the Divine Grace, Motorplaza, Inc., BSS Outdoor shop, Diocese of Baguio, Mangaywan Corporation, Timber and Lime Multi-Purpose Cooperative, Mint Center for Language Acquisition, Inc. (MCLA), EMAPTA, Eflexervices Philippines, Incorporated, Card Bank Inc., Baguio – Benguet,   Saint Louis High School – Philex Inc., Tiong San Supermarket, Sunshine Supermarket, ISAP Kalinga, and some employees of the National Conciliation and Mediation Board and Department of Labor and Employment.

The virtual learning session was conducted on October 21, 2021 by trainers Mary Kristine Iris Pasion and Shirley Cael, both trainers of Meat Processing of BCSAT.

The participants will achieve a certificate in “Process Foods by Salting, Curing and Salting” under Meat Processing competency leading to Food Processing NC II qualification.

Lourdes Estioco, Regional Branch Director of the NCMB  expressed her gratitude to BCSAT for considering their request to train the various employees. “We thank TESDA for crafting various training for every Filipino and for funding training under the scholarship programs. We look forward to a continuous convergence with you in fostering industrial peace in the region,” she said.

The participants also expressed their gladness for the short yet informative virtual training.  “Maraming salamat po sa TESDA BCSAT at NCMB sa ibinigay ninyong training na eto. Biro mo, saglit lang at natuto kaming gumawa ng tocino at longaniza. Asahan po ninyo kami na magi-enroll sa ibang mga training programs ng TESDA – BCSAT. Siguro after mapraktis pa eto ay pupwede na kami gumawa at itinda sa mga kakilala, dagdag kita,”  Shiela Wakit said, a participant from the Timber and Lime Multi-Purpose Cooperative.

Arlene L. Cadalig, the BCSAT Administrator also expressed her continuous support to its various partners.  “Witnessing your happy smiles and interest in this training, we will continue to provide skills training to workers in support to the achievement of the government’s Zero Hunger Program,”she said.  By Vilma W. Tolarba &SNMP

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