Fr. Brian and his team recently visited three National High Schools, namely P. Zamora NHS, Guinhulngan NHS and Vallehermoso NHS, to implement the Joint Delivery Voucher Program (JDVP). This initiative is aligned with the call of the Holy Father Pope Francis in “Fratelli Tutti,” which urges people to reach out to the peripheries and extend help to the poor, the marginalized, and the lost.
Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban Inc. has recently been re-issued their UTPRAS certificate by TESDA for their outstanding training programs in Flux cored arc welding (FCAW) NCII and Gas metal arc welding (GMAW) NCII. This registration serves as a recognition of the institution’s commitment to providing high-quality technical education and skills training to their students.
Lessons on AUTOCAD with Volunteer Engr. Marc Dolendo. The computers are part of BDO TVET Building Project sponsored by the BDO Employees. A million thanks…
April 11-17, 2023: Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban Inc. is conducting a community based training program in Basic Welding and Electricity at Palompon, Leyte upon the request of Mayor Ramon Oñate.
This is an LGU sponsored community based training and we are very thankful to ANCOP for allowing us to use their mobile training vans as long as the training seeks the poor, the lost and the least as our beloved Pope Francis made this challenge for us to go to the peripheries.
The trainees of Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban started their AutoCad classes as additional skills learned at the center aside from Welding and Electricity. Thank you to BDO employees for making this possible. This is inline with DBOTPI’s vision of being a premier benchmark of tech-voc and mission of producing globally competitive good Christian’s and productive citizens.