1,438 Ready for City Livelihood Skills Training

A grand total of 1,438 participants enrolled in the ‘City Livelihood Skills Training’ program last July 27, 2012 – a program jointly initiated by the City Government and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). Above photo shows City Administrator Leon Du M. Gan speaking before the new enrollees during the orientation session undertaken on the same day at the City Tourism Hall. Courses offered include Massage Therapy, Beauty Care Services, Dressmaking, Commercial Cooking, Bread & Pastry Production, and Food Processing. Also present during the orientation were CID OIC Marissa Tagarda (inset, right), and Committee on Education Chair Councilor Adrian L. Barba (inset, left). CIOPHOTO