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Basic Electronic Products Assembly produces 27 graduates

June 23, 2021

 

The Provincial Government of Pangasinan produced 27 graduates of Basic Electronic Products Assembly (BEPA) training in Alaminos on June 21.

A component activity of Abig Pangasinan recovery program of Governor Amado I. Espino III, the BEPA is also under the Modified Mobile Skills Training Project (MSTP) that offers free training for Pangasinenses.

Each graduate has received certificate of completion and P2,000 as financial assistance.

Congratulations po sa lahat ng mga nagtapos ngayong araw sa training na ito. Hatid po namin ang aming pagbati sa pagtanggap ninyo sa hamon para sa inyong kinabukasan, pamilya at sa inyong sarili, nawa’y ito ang maging daan para sa inyong pag-asenso. Wag po sana tayong mawalan ng pag-asa dahil sa ating mga naranasan dahil sa pandemic, dahil ginagawa po ang lahat ng ating provincial government upang makapagbigay po ng tulong at pagpapahalaga sa bawat isa po sa atin ”, said Tonton Humilde.

Executive Assistant Tonton Humilde who represented BM Margielou Orange Humilde-Verzosa, TESDA Director Jimmicio Daoaten, Pangasinan PESO Chief Alex F. Ferrer, Pangasinan PESO Labor and Employment Officer III Rachel S. Jose, Basic Electronic Products Assembly trainers Romeo Guleng and Jane Irene Guleng along with provincial staff led the ceremony.

On behalf of our Governor Amado I. Espino III, congratulations po sa inyong lahat na nagtapos sa training na ito. Sa gitna ng pandemya ang ating gobernador ay hindi tumitigil sa paghanap ng mga paraan para sa pagtulong at pagsuporta sa lahat po ng ating kababayan”, PESO Chief Alex Ferrer added.

Basic Electronic Products Assembly has five learning sessions: 1) testing instrument, 2) component testing, 3) assemble and disassemble of power supply, 4) soldering practices at 5) voltage measurement.

The graduates also expressed their gratitude to the provincial government for providing assistance to their needs in livelihood opportunities.

/Catherina Ina N. Ventura (Photo by RC Soriano)