Good news for those who wish to work in Korea, as the Philippine Councilors’ League (PCL)-Pampanga Chapter is eyeing to sponsor free Korean language training for them.
According to Board Member Olga Frances “Fritzie” David-Dizon, concurrent PCL-Pampanga president, the project was proposed during the group’s first regular meeting on Oct. 13, together with the other officials.
Dizon said the trainings will last for 20 days per municipality and city, and will cater up to 60 trainees.
“This will be of great help for those who would want to work to South Korea,” Dizon said.
Dizon also mentioned that they once held the same training in Porac town where they produced 98 graduates who greatly benefitted from the training.
The league members are still figuring the costing of the said project and the proposed dates. They are also looking to do a two-municipality-per-day scheme to cut the timeline.