A total of 43 individuals have completed the e-Learning program of the city government of Kidapawan and its partner agencies, the local government said.
The beneficiaries of the program underwent a six-month skills training, such as beauty care, consumer electronics, electrical installation and maintenance, food and beverage servicing, computer system servicing, massage therapy, and solar light assembly.
“Mga indibidwal na walang pormal na edukasyon, mga out of school youths at mga nagnanais makakuha ng technological skills ang mga benepisyaryo ng e-Learning System,” the city government said.
City Legal officer Atty. Jose Paolo Evangelista, along with the officials of the Department of Education – Alternative Learning System, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) and With Love Jan Foundation, led the ceremony recently.
The graduates, who received completion certificates, will undertake skills assessment to be conducted by Tesda.
After passing the assessment, they will receive the National Certificate-NC2 that will prove that they have the needed skills.