The Mobile Skills Training of Project (MSTP) of LGU-Pangasinan produced graduates in Infanta town.
Forty-one locals from Infanta finished their 15-day training in basic plumbing, and electrical installation and maintenance. The trainees received their certificates of completion on November 27 at the Evacuation Center in Infanta.
Infanta Mayor Marvin Martinez commended this undertaking of the provincial government, which aims to reach even the farthest town in Pangasinan to assist jobseekers in availing necessary trainings.
“Itong programa ni Governor Amado I. Espino III na mobile skills training ay isang napakalaking tulong sa ating mga kababayan dahil nabibigyan sila ng pagkakataon na makapag-training at nang sa gayon ay makahanap sila ng trabaho na nababagay sa kanila,” Martinez stated.
On the part of LGU-Infanta, Martinez also stressed, jobseekers are guaranteed that the employment services for the townsfolk are among the top priorities.
“Tinitignan palagi natin ang mga magagandang investors na papasok sa Infanta na magiging karagdagang employment para sa ating mga kababayan,” Martinez added.
Alexis Montano, one of the graduates of basic electrical installation and maintenance, also expressed his gratitude to the provincial government for bringing the skills training closer to people.
“Nadagdagan po ang konting kaalaman namin at dahil sa aming training sa electrical installation ay makakatulong ito para makahanap kami ng trabaho,” the 51-year-old graduate said.
All graduates of MSTP were also urged to apply for work at EEI Corporation, one of the major partners of the Pangasinan Public Employment Services Office (PESO) in providing job opportunities to Pangasinense.
The Pangasinan PESO also noted that once trainees are employed, they can also avail of the financial assistance of the provincial government.
/Shiella Mae C. De Guzman