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Valenzuela City intensifies TNK learning sessions

VALENZUELA CITY HALL—The DOLE-NCR CAMANAVA Field Office, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), and Public Employment Service Office (PESO) conducted the Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan (TNK) Seminars on Wednesday, May 2.

During its first seminar, Senior LEO Ryan Roberto E. Delos Reyes of DOLE-NCR Technical Services and Support Division - Employment Promotion and Workers Welfare (TSSD-EPWW) covered topics on Employment Coaching and Labor Education that was attended by 120 participating beneficiaries of Valenzuela City’s Government Internship Program (GIP). Delos Reyes also discussed the tips on how to find and land decent jobs and basic rights of workers.     

DTI representative and well-known Marketing Sensei Jerry C. Yao was the guest speaker during the second seminar that was participated by 55 prospective livelihood beneficiaries. Yao explained the benefits of venturing into business and provided tips for business growth and sustainability.

Other DOLE and PESO representatives were also present to provide technical support: Leila R. Legayo (TSSD-EPWW), Angelica C. Fresnoza and Marjorie B. Balingit (DOLE-NCR CAMANAVA Field Office), Valenzuela City PESO Manager Josephine P. Osea with her staff, Derrick Velarde, Marvin Ilocto, and Erickson De Jesus. 

Aside from Mega Job Fairs and Diskwento Caravan, the TNK, which caters free seminars on labor matters, livelihood enhancement, and employment promotion are conducted in May as part of the 2018 Labor Day celebration with the theme “Pagpupugay sa Manggagawang Pilipino: Dangal ng Lahi, Kabalikat sa Progresibong Pagbabago!” END / Angelica Fresnoza / IMSD-LCO-2018-05 / PRMY18-05

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