MALASIQUI—The technical education and skills development authority (TESDA) in coordination with the local government is set to train 25 residents for cellphone repair training here.
Mayor Armando Domantay Sr. said qualified to be trained trainees are 15 years old above at least high school graduates, willing and committed in finishing the ten-day training.
The trainees will be given a P60 allowance daily until the commencement of the program and a starter kit for their own repair service will be given them on graduation day along with the certificate. The training will start on October 13.
“I urged my town mates to avail of the opportunity since this is for free and timely since everyone now has a cellphone which needed repair every now and then”, said Domantay. The municipal government has been continuously providing training through TESDA and other vocational schools, the latest was with the National College of Science and Technology in Cavite where three batches were sent to train and were employed in factories in Cavite. (Hilda M. Austria)
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