POLO-OWWA BRUNEI CONCLUDES COURSES ON BASIC COMPUTER TRAINING AND BASIC BAKING

Philippine Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Pete Raymond V. Delfin (front row, 4th from right) together with Philippine Embassy and POLO-OWWA officers and staff pose for a group photo with In-House Instructors and OFW-graduates following their graduation ceremony. (POLO-OWWA Brunei photo)

The Philippine Overseas Labor Office and the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (POLO-OWWA) Brunei offices held their commencement exercises for the second batch of graduates of the Basic Computer Training and Basic Baking Course for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) at the Cosmopolitan College of Commerce & Technology Sdn. Bhd. in Berakas on 19 May 2019.

There were two (2) classes of twenty (20) students each who finished the computer training. A class of domestic workers was handled by Mr. Dennis Tanjusay while the other class composed of skilled workers was supervised by Mr. Mohd Asrin bin Abu Nipah.

Meanwhile, three (3) baking classes were conducted by Ms. Abigail Famador, with twelve (12) OFW-graduates in each group. Recipes for red velvet cake, chocolate mousse and carrot cake were taught for their hands-on-training.

Labor Attaché Melissa C. Mendizabal welcomed the OFW attendees and gave a brief overview of the livelihood trainings and seminars for OFWs under the Reintegration Preparedness Program of OWWA. Philippine Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Pete Raymond V. Delfin conveyed a congratulatory message to the graduates and underscored the contribution of these trainings and seminars to the skills development of OFWs. END

 

Philippine Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Pete Raymond V. Delfin conveys his congratulatory message to the graduates. (POLO-OWWA Brunei photo)

 

Labor Attaché Melissa C. Mendizabal welcomes OFW attendees and briefs them on livelihood trainings and seminars for OFWs under the Reintegration Preparedness Program of OWWA. (POLO-OWWA Brunei photo)