ORANI, Bataan – Fifty four scholars from various towns of Bataan 1st District on Friday graduated from their ten-day technical courses conducted by Technical Education and Skills Development Training Authority (TESDA).
Bataan 1st District Congresswoman Congresswoman Geraldine Roman led the formal rites and distribution of starter kits and equipments to 19 food processing graduates; 18 scholars of pastry making, 18 for cake making and 18 persons who finished bread making course.
Roman was joined by other partners in the program namely Dr. Yolanda Simbul, campus director of Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU Orani Campus); Lydia Alipio, OIC Dean of Instruction; Dr. Aurea Reyes, trainer STEP salting curing; Noemi Bautista, assistant trainer; Aileen Cordova, TESDA focal person of Eastwoods College Dinalupihan; and Ruth Catapang, school administrator of Eastwoods College Dinalupihan.
This year, Rep. Roman has alloted an initial P2 million budget for this program. The schedules of new courses and trainings will be announced soon by her district office staff.