The local government of San Jose under the administration of Mayor Antonio B. Chavez launches the Livelihood Skills Development Training in an orientation ceremony held at the San Jose Sports Complex on October 26, 2015. The courses offered were Computer Electronics Servicing NC-II, Computer Hardware Servicing NC-II, and Electrical Installation and Maintenance NC-II.
The said training was jointly launched by LGU-San Jose in partnership with the provincial field office of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) represented by Carlos P. Onding, Supervising Labor & Employment Officer; Partido State University (PSU) Engineering & Technology Department represented by Dean Jose D. Paat and PSU Instructor Romeo B. Alvarez, Technical Educational Skills and Development Authority (TESDA), and Global IT represented by Global IT-Naga Administrator Dexie Diaz.
The orientation program started with a doxology, singing of the National Anthem. It was followed by the welcome address of Municipal Councilor Julian B. Bausa and Opening Remarks by Municipal Councilor Raymund Pacamarra. Short messages were also solicited from Municipal Councilors Virgilio Panuelos and Hassan Durante.
Accordingly, the Computer Electronics Servicing and Computer Hardware Servicing will be conducted by the Global IT while Electrical Installation and Maintenance by the Engineering & Technology Department of the PSU.
Mayor Chavez said that trainees need to finish the full duration of the training. He said that each trainee will undergo free diagnostic examination at the San Jose Diagnostic Center to ensure that trainees are physically fit and are qualified to undergo training. He also encouraged the trainees to undertake the on-the-job training package as well as the TESDA assessment as they are the requirements for graduation.
He further said that trainees must be serious in undergoing the training program as it would be a great opportunity for them to land a job in the future.