TESDA Kalinga trains 80 students on food processing

CITY OF TABUK, Kalinga, Nov. 24 (PIA) -- The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is currently providing training on food processing to 80 students under its Special training for Employment Program or STEP.

 

Artemio Jose Jr. of TESDA’s training center said the training on pastry, bread and cake making started on November 13 with two batches of 15 students training on pastry, two batches also 15 per batch on cake and one batch compose of 20 on bread making. They are expected to graduate before end of this month.

Last October, 82 trainees graduated from carpentry, masonry, tile setting and painting in   training conducted in Rizal, Lubuagan, Pinukpuk and in this city.

Jose announced that TESDA is also accepting students to train on basic computer literacy to start next week if the required class size of at least 15 is met. He also reiterated that TESDA is conducting continuing skills assessment for those applying for NC2 certificate. By: Peter Balocnit (JDP/PAB-PIA CAR, Kalinga)

 

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