Training Centre, Mandaue LGU offers livelihood courses
Photo from Mandaue City College Technology and Entrepreneurship Skills Training Center Facebook Page
Melinda Bihag, head of MCCTEST, told reporters on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 that they had relaunched 10 classes, including high-speed sewing, since September 2021 for people aged 18 to 35, especially out-of-towners. young people in school and displaced workers.
The vocational courses they offer include commercial cooking, bread and pastry production, food and meat processing, cosmetology, hilot wellness massage, draperies and curtains, sewing and l ‘ISMO (high speed sewing).
The technical streams are computer systems services and automobile mechanics.
The cost of equipment to be used will be covered by MCCTEST, but trainees will need to bring their own training materials, such as cooking ingredients and fabric to be used for sewing.
Bihag said that after graduation, trainees, especially those who have studied high-speed sewing, will be approved by SCI Phils. Mactan Export Processing Zone in Lapu-Lapu City and other partner companies.
Bihag said interns also have the option of applying for overseas employment.
“Graduates will be endorsed by several companies here in Mandaue City and also by Peso (Public Employment Service Office). technical and skills development), they will have the chance to take the CL2 test to work abroad,” she added.
Courses can be taken in two sessions – day and night sessions – to be completed in three months.
In May, Bihag said it already had 156 registered trainees.
She added that the MCCTEST is open to cooperation from other LGUs.
Interested applicants can visit the MCCTEST and submit the necessary requirements, such as a photocopy of birth certificate, barangay clearance, two pieces of 1×1 photo ID and one 2×2 piece of white background.
They must also pay the P500 commitment fee, which includes ID, two-piece uniform, and accident insurance. (HIC, TPT)