Villasis Livelihood Training Center had 117 graduates for this year’s Bottom’s Up Budgeting Program in cooperation with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). There are six courses offered- Bread Making, Pastry Making, Electrical Wiring Devices Installation, Plumbing, Masonry and Automotive. The vocational course graduates were given certificates, tool kits, and cash as a part of their training allowance.
During the ceremony, Mayor Nato expressed his thoughts on enhancing the employment of the skilled graduates and introduced the newly appointed Tourism and Public Employment Service Officer, Arnel Arimas, to assure a greater chance of employment to the graduates.
As Dr. Rosa Untalan, the Vocational School Administator III of TESDA-LMMSAT gave her inspiring message she also expressed her gratitude towards Mayor Nato and VLTC Consultant Fe Callanta on trusting their school to provide the trainings to the vocational course students.
It is truly evident that Villasis just keep on improving on many aspects with the help of LGU Villasis and unity of all Villasinians.