30 finish call center training in La Carlota City
Bacolod City (19 February) -- The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) through the Center for Allied Paramedic Studies, Inc. (CAPSI), held its finishing rites for 30 students from La Carlota City who underwent free scholarship training as call center agents recently.
They were the chosen qualifiers from a group of 56 applicants who got special training for 100 hours under scholarship grant.
Batch 14 as they were identified were duly recognized and commended by La Carlota Mayor Demie John Honrado who was the guest and speaker at the closing rites.
CAPSI president Jose Jake Marquez and CEO Rosario Juan Marquez distributed the certificates of completion and gave special awards in English, and to the most promising call center agent.
Certificates of achievement were also given to the batch's valedictorian; salutatorian, and the first honorable mention respectively.
Honrado complimented the CAPSI for opening employment opportunities for diligent and hard working young men and women from La Carlota City. The mayor assured them that the city government will consistently endorse and support undertakings of this nature. (PIA/cad) [top]