by: Rodrigo S. Victoria

NAVAL, Biliran – The lady chief of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in Region 8 sought the help of the municipal and barangay officials in the monitoring on the use of toolkits distributed to training graduates.

No less than Cleta Omega, regional director of TESDA-8 attended the graduation and distribution of national training certificates and toolkits to some 50 graduates of Maripipi town held at the town covered court on Tuesday, June 9.

There were 20 trainees who graduated in preparing and cooking hot meals leading to cookery NC II and 30 trainees who graduated in preparing and cooking cold meals leading to cookery NC II.

Omega appealed to the local government officials of Maripipi town to also help TESDA 8 in monitoring if the distributed toolkits were used by the graduates and see to it that it will not be sold by the beneficiaries because the acquisition is quite hard on the part of the government.

She also shared to the graduates in Maripipi town in Biliran province the same reminder she will always tell during previous graduations and distributions of toolkits she attended to accept complaints from customers since this is the only way to improve their work performance and to give the best kind of service to them.

“Do not sell your toolkits since these will be a big help in your livelihood or in augmenting your income”, Omega told the graduates.

Meanwhile, Omega and the rest of the TESDA family proceeded to Sambawan Island Dive Camp and Resort, a famous tourist destination in the island town of Maripipi and one of the most sought of tourist destinations in Biliran province at present, to relish the beauty of nature after the graduation and distribution of toolkits.# (fj/PIA 8 Biliran)

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