February 5, 2023

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority reached out to the rural communities of Barangay Dalupirip, Itogon by providing a free training on small engine repair on motorcycle.
The training, which ran from Feb. 17 to 21, provided the participants knowledge and skills on motorcycle operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
The trainees were composed of high school students, out-of-school youths, parents, and other members of the community.
It was made possible through the coordination of the local government units of Itogon, Sharon Baroa from the Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office, and Laurencio Fianza National High School-Annex headed by Mack O. Dalay-on.
The training, facilitated by Robert Blas, culminated with a grand recognition, which was witnessed by the community, teachers, and the students.
Roger V. Dancel, Tesda supervising specialist, conferred the certificates to the trainees who received the Certificate of Completion.
The trainees said they are lucky for being given the chance to acquire knowledge and skills on motorcycle operation.
The trainees are Wilbert Balong, Jerson Balong, Clyde Cynder Chamos, Rio Pitas, Jomari Pascua, Wyclife Bugnay, Serafin Melis, Sergio Melis Jr., Coffer Ebes, Dixon Danglapen, Everson Ventura, Jenar Kias and Roland Minong. The out of school youth also are as follows; Elison Minong, Royet Labintan, Joey Minong, Lemar Minong, Leomar Minong, Alvin Garcia, Raydel Cayabas, Romero Danglapen, Warren Orbillo, Jonard Minong, Kiefer Minong, Ricky Minong, and Geovani Bentod. Parents and other members of the community are Tenorio Tiguaray, Corpuz Ebes, Rogel Bentod, Sanny Quinopcop, Gregorio Pitas, Wero Wakit, Rosero Bentod, Peter Cayat, Wilson Capsula, Villamor Quinopcop and Dante Tiguaray. – Agustina B. Cayat