PRESS RELEASE July 10, 2017

PRESS RELEASE                                                                                            July 10, 2017

From: Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

Ref: Public Information Unit (PIU)

Tel. No. 8323781

 

TESDA AT CBCP IBABANGON ANG PAMILYANG PILIPINO

MAGIGING magkatuwang ang Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) at Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) na maiangat ang pamumuhay ng pamilyang Pilipino sa pamamagitan ng pagbibigay ng skills training.

Base sa nilagdaang Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) ng TESDA at CBCP, bibigyan ng skills training ang mga miyembro ng Basic Ecclesial Communities (BEC) sa larangan ng family enterprise na layuning mapaunlad ang kanilang negosyong pampamilya,

Sa ginanap na lagdaan ng MOA noong Biyernes (July 7) ay naging kinatawan ng TESDA si Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong habang sa hanay naman ng CBCP ay si Most Rev. Socrates Villegas samantalang naging saksi naman ang iba pang opisyal ng naturang ahensiya at nasabing grupo.

Napag-alaman na ang isang BEC ay binubuo ng pito hanggang walong pamilya ay itinatag ng Committee on Basic Ecclesial Communities ng CBCP na layuning mailapit ang mga miyembro nito sa gawain ng simbahan at matulungang mapaangat ang kanilang kabuhayan.

Sa pamamagitan ng Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) ng TESDA ay mabibigyan ng pagkakataon ang mga pamilyang bumubuo ng BEC na mabigyan ng skills training depende sa kanilang kasanayan na gustong pag-ibayuhin partikular na ang tungkol sa pagpapalago ng negosyong pampamilya.

Nakatakdang simulan ang programang ito na tinawag ding “Skills Development towards Family Enterprises” sa July 19 sa Cagayan de Oro City kung saan ay ilulunsad ang proyektong ito.

Isa sa mga ibinigay na halimbawa ng family enterprises ay ang pagtatayo ng isang karinderya kung saan ay magtutulong-tulong ang bawat miyembro ng pamilya upang mapaunlad ang kanilang itatayong negosyo.

Layunin ng TESDA na mabigyan ng libreng skills training ang bawat miyembro ng pamilya upang magkaroon ng National Certificate (NC) na kanilang magagamit sa pagpapalago ng kanilang napiling family enterprise. ###

 

 

PRESS RELEASE                                                               July 10, 2017

From: Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)

Ref: Public Information Unit (PIU)

Tel. No. 8323781

TESDA, CBCP PUSH FAMILY ENTERPRISE FOR FILIPINO FAMILIES

 

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) have joined forces to uplift the lives of Filipino families through the agency’s skills training on family enterprise.

Based on the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signed between TESDA and the CBCP last July 7, those who will benefit from the skills training on family enterprise are members of the Basic Ecclesial Communities (BEC). They will be taught on how to promote and grow their business.

Director General, Secretary Guiling “Gene” Mamondiong represented TESDA while Most Rev. Socrates Villegas of CBCP during the MOA signing. It was also witnessed by officials from both groups.

Composed of 7-8 families, the CBCP formed the Committee on Basic Ecclesial Communities which will help them get closer to the church then uplift their livelihood.

Through the Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) of TESDA, participants would be given the chance to form a BEC and provide skills training depending on the course that they have chosen.

In line with this, the program dubbed “Skills Development Towards Family Enterprises” will be launched in Cagayan de Oro on July 19.

One of the suggested family enterprises was the setting up of carinderia in which members are expected to promote their business and help it grow.

 

The TESDA also said that participants to the program will receive a National Certificate (NC) after they have completed the skills training which is free of charge. ###

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