The Philippine Consulate General, through the Philippine Overseas Labor Office, will be offering basic and advanced training courses to Filipino workers who are interested to learn new or improve their acquired skills.
These free training courses are scheduled for the 3rd Quarter of 2012 and will be conducted at the Filipino Workers Resource Center at the ground floor of Marianas Business Plaza in Susupe.
Instructor Eduardo “Edong” Elenzano will be conducting the Basic Fruit Carving course, which will be held from July 7 to 28 every Saturday from 1pm to 5pm.
For advanced training program, the Consulate announced that it will have three courses: Basic Computer Operations II, Basic Mandarin II, and Advanced Nihongo.
Basic Computer Operations II will only be offered to graduates of BCO I. Classes will be held on four Saturdays from July 7 to 28, from 8:30am to 12:30pm under the instruction of Jousel Regilme.
Basic Mandarin II, which will be taught by Reynaldo Garcia, will be offered to Basic Mandarin graduates only and will take place on five Sundays from July 1 to 29 from 1pm to 5pm.
Meanwhile, Basic Nihongo graduates can brush up their new language skill with the Advanced Nihongo course which will be conducted by Leopoldo O. Rodriguez, Jr. for five Sundays from July 1 to 29, 1pm to 5pm.
Interested individuals are required to bring their CW receipt or receiving copy of CW application from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, valid passport, and one I.D. picture to sign up for any of the courses.
For more information, visit the POLO office or call 235-3411.