CAMIGUIN, November 29 (PIA) – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is set to bring its skills training program to remote areas in the province with the upcoming signing of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) of the provincial governor, TESDA and Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR).
TESDA Provincial Director Nazario Villamor, Jr. said that Camiguin has been named as one of the ten poorest provinces in the country in 2013 thus, TESDA prioritizes the province to be the recipient of the Mobile Training Laboratory (MTL).
“The MTLs are training facilities can be easily transported from one place to another within the province. It is composed of four movable compact boxes on a trailer that includes tools, equipment, training package and multi-media equipment and accessories,” said Villamor.
Among the courses that will be taught under the MTL facility include Appliance Repair, Bread and Pastry, Cookery, Electrical Installation and Maintenance, Food Processing, Plumbing, and Small Engine Repair.
Six MTLs shall be fabricated and delivered to the province which is also funded by the PAGCOR.(RTP/PIA10)