The City Government of Navotas has gained more skilled workers following the virtual graduation of 198 technical and vocational trainees of Navotas Vocational Training and Assessment (NAVOTAAS) Institute, Friday.
Of these, 12 completed and received national certification (NC) II for Shielded Metal Arc Welding; 10, Dressmaking; 13, Housekeeping; 16, Massage Therapy; and 13, Hairdressing.
- Fifteen trainees, on the other hand, finished Bread and Pastry Production NC II, and 16 each graduated from Barista and Food and Beverages NC II.
Moreover, 25 additional trainees completed Japanese Language and Culture II while 50 finished Basic Korean Language and Culture, and 12 passed Korean Language and Culture II.
Mayor John Rey Tiangco encouraged the graduates to keep on learning and work on improving themselves.
“Seize the opportunity to learn. Our training centers offer various free courses. Enroll and equip yourselves with the right skills to pursue your dream career,” he said.
Tiangco also mentioned that more employment opportunities will be available to Navoteños when the Tanza Airport Support Services begins its operation.
Make sure you are learning the necessary skills and proficiencies to qualify for the jobs that will soon be offered,” he said.
Navotas has four training centers that are open to Navoteño and non-Navoteño trainees. Residents may study at the institute for free while non-residents may enroll and take assessment exams for a fee, depending on the course they will take.
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