CAMIGUIN, June 28 – Ang Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)- Camiguin Provincial Office giila si Connie B. Adajar, general manager sa Bahay Bakasyunan sa Camiguin isip provincial nga nominado sa Search for 2017 Idols ng TESDA.
Si Adajar gi-endorso sa wage-employed nga kategorya diin upat lamang ang niabot sa Regional Search. Sa indigay, tulo lamang ang nakatunga; duha gikan sa Bukidnon ug isa sa Camiguin.
Ang Regional Search gipahigayon sa Function Hall sa TESDA sa Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City.
Ang kategorya sa wage-employed bukas alang sa bisag kinsang Pinoy nga nigradwar na ug nagtrabaho nga na’y kalambigitan sa TESD nga sertipiko nga iyang nakuha ug gadawat ug sweldo gikan sa isa ka employer sulod sa tulo ka tuig.
Ang Search for Idols ng TESDA nagtumong nga mahatagan ug pasidungog ang mga nigradwar na sa TESD nga mga programa ug nakakuha ug skills excellence, ug kalampusan sa ilang napili nga trabaho ug nakatabang sa pagpalambo sa ekonomiya sa ilang katilingban.
Ang probinsyal nga mananaog makadawat ug certificate of recognition nga giisyu sa rehiyonal nga opisina u gang mga rehiyonal nga mananaog makadawat kada usa ug certificate of recognition, tropeyo ug P5,000 salaping ganti.(Elwin Artemio Barquez Jr./RTP/PIA10)
CAMIGUIN, June 28 — The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)- Camiguin Provincial Office names Connie B. Adajar, general manager of Bahay Bakasyunan sa Camiguin as the provincial nominee for the Search for 2017 Idols ng TESDA.
Adajar is endorsed for the wage-employed category where there were only four nominees made it to the Regional Search. In the contest proper, only three nominees came; two from the province of Bukidnon and one from Camiguin.
The Regional Search was held recently at the Function Hall of TESDA in Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City.
The wage-employed category is open to any Filipino graduate currently working in a field related to the TESD certificate he or she has earned and receives a pay check from an employer for the last three years.
The Search for Idols ng TESDA aims to give recognition to graduates of TESD programs who have attained skills excellence and success in their chosen occupations and contributed to the economic growth in their communities.
Provincial winners will receive a certificate of recognition issued by the regional office and the regional winners shall each receive a certificate of recognition, trophy and P5,000 cash prize.(Elwin Artemio Barquez Jr./RTP/PIA10)
MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, May 8 (PIA)—To strengthen the sports tourism in the province, Promote Camiguin in partnership with the municipality of Mambajao and provincial government of Camiguin held the third Mt. Hibok-Hibok Triathlon on May 6-7.
About 75 sports enthusiasts participated in the swimming, biking and running event for this year. The race started with the 1.5km swimming race at White Island, Yumbing, Mambajao followed by the 64km biking event around the island and 10km run at Yumbing, Baylao.
Gilbert Grado, sports coordinator of Mambajao local government, said that the triathlon also aims to foster healthy lifestyle among the island’s constituents and youth development.
This year, Brian Borling of the Omega Tri Team bagged the overall championship for the men’s category as he finished the race at 2:59:05 hours. Tailing him are Jonathan Pagaura of TriBohol and Mark Balanay who respectively completed the race at 3:07:39 and 3:08:21 hours.
For the women’s category, Leyann Ramo of Iligan Archangels emerged as the overall champion as she finished at 3:13:58 hours. Sittie Amina Dimaporo of Lanao del Norte Tri earned the first place after completing the race at 3:33:45 hours while Jenefer Paloma of Tri Mamba and Danica Rose Peligrino of GTRI/GUMS took the second and third places as they finished at 3:43:57 and 4:33:54 hours respectively.
Various events were also held for specific age ranges starting from 24 and below to 50 and above.
Bartolata and Jeffrey Real of TriBohol bagged the first place in the relay event finishing at 3:15:49. They are followed by Alex Dvorkin and Lain de Joux also from Tribohol (3:17:24), and Roldan Chan and Romeo Rago of the LGU Mambajao (3:39:38).(RTP/PIA10)
CAMIGUIN, April 19 (PIA)— To build and strengthen the capacity of the Technical-Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions in expanding and improving the delivery of quality and relevant training programs to meet job requirements, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has succeeded in tapping the three training schools here in its Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP).
The Camiguin School of Arts and Trades, Camiguin Polytechnic State College, and Fatima College of Camiguin recently responded to the invitation of the agency to offer automotive servicing NC I, electrical installation and maintenance NC II, computer systems services NC II, and plumbing NC I and II.
TESDA-Camiguin currently offers 16 slots for automotive services, 15 for electrical installation and maintenance, 15 for computer systems services, 14 and 15 for plumbing NC I and II respectively. It will provide for the training cost, assessment fee and per capita cost of the courses that amounts to P510,200.
The schools have submitted their tender to TESDA-Camiguin on April 10 and were selected in accordance with the procedures set forth by the agency.
Since the technical education is multi-entry and exit, various proposed dates on the commencement of every course have been set. The earliest date is on May 5 and the latest is on October 14.(RTP/PIA10)
MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, Feb. 1 (PIA) – Camiguin holds Business One Stop Shop (BOSS) on for the entire month of January to facilitate fast, easy and convenient business registration system.
All national line agencies and local government units (LGUs) extended its services in every town around the province pooling all approving personnel in one place.
Aside from the one-stop registration, BOSS also offers application or renewal of business permits such as the issuance of zone clearance, building inspection clearance and sanitation clearance.
The Department of Trafe and Industry (DTI) meanwhile provided personnel in support to the LGUs.
Other participating agencies include the Social Security System (SSS), Philhealth, Bureau of Fire Protection, Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and the Philippine National Police (PNP).
DTI meanwhile continue to urge LGUs to sustain a systematic and efficient business licensing and registration system for a business and investor friendly environment.
Boss likewise encourage more businessmen to renew their respective businesses or start a new one by making the process less tedious, faster and cheaper.
This system according to DTI has been adopted for over seven years now and is one of the agency’s measurements in evaluating the competitiveness of the locality. ( Zita Abellare with reports from Varry Labial/ DTI-Camiguin/PIA-10)
MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, January 12 (PIA) – Apart from the obvious landscaped gardens, the Camiguin General hospital (CGH) had a facelift with the provision of additional air conditioning units, fans, linens and repainting materials for its rooms, among others.
This was reported by Camiguin Governor Maria Luisa D. Romualdo during her state in the province address (SOPA) on Monday, January 9.
The improvement of CGH is one of the administration’s priority agenda in her first 100 days, with the intention of improving CGH’s system and providing quality health care to its constituents.
Since July 2016, a total of 2,165 patients were admitted and some 5,242 out-patient were also treated. Of this number, 1,162 patients have availed of the medical assistance from the Department of Health amounting to P2million.
Romualdo also bared that from the same period, CGH gained a total revenue collection of P7.2 million, these are proceeds from sale of drugs and medicines, professional fees and amount due to patients for excess hospital package cost of PhilHealth (PHIC). (JCV/PIA 10)
MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, January 9 (PIA) – A total of P62million investments were poured in Camiguin last year, boosting its annual investment growth to 23 percent.
The service sector absorbs 68 percent of the investments generated for the year followed by agricultural based investments at 20 percent, trading at 11 percent and manufacturing at 1 percent.
The Department of Trade and Industry said these generated a total of 1,533 employments, also higher by 15 percent when compared to the preceding year.
Top 15 investments involve construction of commercial buildings, warehouses, restaurants and cottages as well as establishments of businesses like drug store, plant, showroom and commercial center among others. (JCV/PIA-10)
MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, January 5 (PIA) – Renowned marathon swimmer Atty. Ingemar Macarine will lead local swimmers here in crossing the Camiguin Channel on January 7.
The challenge will start in Barangay Liong, Guinsiliban, Camiguin to Balingoan, Misamis Oriental with an estimated distance of about 6.8 kilometers, and may take 2hours and 26 minutes to cross.
Macarine did his first successful channel crossing in Basul Island to Mainland Surigao City with a 4.8 kilometers lap, three years ago.
This Saturday’s attempt will be his 25th channel to cross as a way of promoting awareness for cleaner seas.
Mambajao Local Government Unit Sports Coordinator Gilbert Grado said the event is a part of the 165th Foundation Day celebration of Camiguin which likewise seeks to promote tourism.(JCV/PIA-10)
MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, December 23 (PIA) – The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) reported status of some 70 infrastructure projects in Camiguin amounting to P708M.
As of December 9, 2016, the agency was able to reach 97percent of its target or 67.34 percent actual accomplishment from the 68.80 percent completion targeted for the year.
Among the major infrastructure projects undertaken were the construction of eight (8) river control/drainage systems amounting to P190M, four of which are now completed while the remaining four is 95 percent near completion.
These include the constructions in Baylao, Maubog, Balbagon, San Roque, Aguran, Sagay, and Puti River control/drainage systems.
From the budget of the Department of Agriculture (DA), 11 farm-to-market road projects are also on the works with the cost of P28M.
Another is the construction and improvement of five multi-purpose buildings to include the Municipal Halls of Mambajao and Guinsiliban as well as in Magting, Pandan and Eulalio Pabillore public schools costing to about P25M, 4 of which were already completed.
Other projects included the repair and rehabilitation of Barangay Health Stations (BHS), roads, and rain water collection system, while the construction of school buildings is on top of the priority. (JCV/PIA 10)
MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, January 4 (PIA) – Camiguin kicked-off its foundation anniversary with weeklong festivities to drum the celebration observed every 7th day of January.
Mural painting, arc and landmark design contests, distribution of slippers and other social services package highlight the first two days of the “Araw ng Camiguin” celebration.
Converting trash to treasure or “Trashure” is among the activities lined up for high school students, they will be visiting island’s sanitary landfill and discover innovative ways to help recycle trashes.
Other inter-school activities along with various inter-offices and barangay contests like landscaping, flower arrangement, marching band competition, and cooking contest among others fill up the week’s activities.
Local Triathlon and Fun Run are likewise organized for sports enthusiasts, while the d-day will be highlighted with the Governor’s State of the Province Address (SOPA) followed by “Pista sa Nayon” (village fiesta) themed lunch to celebrate the day as one community, one family.
The event will be capped with the search for Mr. & Ms. Teen Camiguin followed with a rave-foam party for everybody’s take. (JCV/PIA-10)