kASABAY ng pagdiriwang ng mundo ng Pandaigdigang Araw para sa Pagkain o World Food Day ipinagdiriwang naman ng mga panadero sa buong kapuluan ang World Pandesal Day at at kahapon ng October 16, 2022 ay ginanap ang isang aktibidad sa kamuning Bakery and cafe na pag aari ng Wilson Lee Flores.
Maraming tao ang nakibahagi dahil isinabay naman ng Federation Of Filipino Chinese Chambers of Commerce and industry ang kanilang Medical, Dental at Optical Mission sa nasabing okasyon sa nasabing lugar din.
Ang mga nakibahagi ay mga mamamayan sa paligid ng naturang panaderya kabilang din ang ilang mga karaniwan ng suki ng nasabing negosyo na sa kabila ng pagmahal ng mga halaga ng kasangkapan sa paggawa ng tinapay ay nananatili pa ring silang suki ng panaderya.
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TESDA urges soldiers to take up language skills training
The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) is encouraging Philippine Army (PA) personnel to take up the agency’s English language proficiency training.
“I would like to invite the Philippine Army soldiers to join us in enhancing the skills of Filipinos in foreign languages. We are looking forward for continuous language training to the Philippine Army soldiers,” Deputy Director General Aniceto D. Bertiz III said during the graduation of PA personnel on English language proficiency training.
Last September 20, a total of 25 personnel of the Philippine Army-Headquarters and Headquarters Support Group (PA-HHSG) finished English proficiency training provided by TESDA through its National Language Skills Center (NLSC).
Bertiz lauded the PA personnel and urged them to share the skills they have gained during the training with others. He noted that language proficiency reinforces the competencies of uniformed personnel in carrying out their duties effectively and efficiently.
“I also challenge our dear graduates to share your learnings and skills with your fellow soldiers and even to the communities that you serve. It is one of the little ways of giving back to our country,” he said.
It may be recalled that TESDA has been providing various skills training to Philippine National Police (PNP) and Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) personnel.
Also, TESDA has earlier expressed its intention to offer additional language courses such as Arabic, Mandarin, Korean, Italian, and French.
Currently, the NLSC offers English Proficiency for Customer Service Workers, Japanese Language and Culture, Japanese Language and Culture Level II, and Spanish Language for Different Vocations.
With Bertiz during the graduation were NLSC Chief Mitzi Samson-Endriano, HHSG Acting Commander Colonel Napoleon De Vera, MNSA (INF), Chief-of-Staff Col. Ivan San Jose, MNSA (INF).
PH gears up for WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition
The Philippines, through the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), is sending 15 of its best graduates in different skill areas to compete during the WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition scheduled this October to November.
TESDA Director General Danilo P. Cruz said the country’s participation in international skills competitions will help ensure that the country’s tech-voc training remains at par with international standards.
“As you go on with the competition, I encourage all of you to do your best in your respective skills and promote skills development among your peers,” he said.
The TESDA Chief also expressed hope that the country’s representatives, along with their respective coaches, would be able to further understand the importance of their skills and the value of continuous learning.
Last Sept. 27 and 28, a total of 15 competitors and 15 experts in different skill areas attended the said program which aims to provide information on matters related to the skills competition and prepare them for the challenges of international travel.
The WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition officially replaces WorldSkills Shanghai 2022 which was canceled in May due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the Special Edition, a total of 62 skill competitions will be held over 12 weeks in 15 countries and regions. The competitions started last Sept. 7 and will last until Nov. 22.
The Philippines is set to participate in 15 skill competitions. These are 3D Digital Game Art, Bakery, Beauty Therapy, Cooking, Electrical Installations, Graphic Design Technology, Hairdressing, IT Software Solutions for Business, Mechanical Engineering CAD, Optoelectronic Technology, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Restaurant Service, Hotel Reception, Automobile Technology, and Information Network Cabling.
These skills competitions will be held in countries, such as France, Germany, Switzerland, Finland, South Korea, Japan, and Austria.
Section 30 of the Republic Act 7796 (The TESDA Act of 1994) states that TESDA, with the active participation of private industries, shall organize annual skills Olympics to promote quality skills development in the country in view of participating in International Skills Competitions.
Most of the country’s competitors are the highest scorers in last year’s National Skills Competition. (30)