Atty. Jose Marie Gochangco and Joseph Carlo of GV HOTELS have generously contributed by donating laptops to Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban. Notably, in the previous year, they also made a significant contribution by donating fire alarms and CCTV equipment for the EIM NCII program.
Fr. Brian a priest of many hats is giving additional skills to our trainees in Patient Transport. A proper patient transport system is critical for ensuring the safety and wellbeing of patients during transport. Without a proper system in place, patients may be at risk of adverse events, safety hazards, and delays in care.
Here they are role playing in patient transport to a nearby hospital of victims involved in a motorcycle accident
Batch 51 is dedicated to improving campus conditions by installing air conditioning systems for the laboratories, upgrading plumbing and the required emergency exit ladder. These initiatives aim to create a more pleasant and conducive and safe learning and working environment for students and staff.
Sir Anthony and Sir Dominic travelled to Saint Louis School Don Bosco Dumaguete to teach Ms. Cyrelle, a TLE instructress modules in Electrical Installation and Maintenance.
Batch 51 is currently undergoing the Electrical Installation and Maintenance NCII training, sponsored by the Sugbu Kahanas Scholarship program under the guidance of Board Member Atty Jiembo Borgonia. They have just completed their first week of training, which included an Introduction to Technical Drawing.
To support their learning, the facilities used were generously donated by the BDO Foundation.
Don Bosco TVET Center – Balamban provides opportunities for skilled workers to be tested according to employer standards local and abroad… aside from Welders, Platers and Fabricators, Pipe Fitter’s test is now included.
The Laudato Si Garden, carefully tended to by Father Tass and a team of trainees, abundantly supplies the dining tables of 60 students at Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban. Its existence is deeply rooted in the center’s sustainability plan, serving as a living example of environmentally-friendly practices and fostering a profound appreciation for nature and ecological responsibility among the students.
Fr. Brian Butanas received the UTPRAS Certificate in Driving NC II from PD/ARD Floro T. Ringca.
Congratulations to the staff of Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban for achieving UTPRAS Registration in Driving NC II. It’s worth noting that Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban is also an Accredited Assessment Center for Driving NC II.
In line with Don Bosco One TVET Philippines’ objective of fostering national and international partnerships, we express our gratitude to Mr. Ben Dommett of Global Marine Engineering (GME) Services in the UK for generously donating 10 laptop units to our training center. These laptops will greatly contribute to the preparation of globally competent workers.
We also acknowledge Engr. Aldin Cabañero of JSA Engineering, the Country Technical Manager of GME, and Miss Jean Sasing, Staff of Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban and focal person for the GME – IELTS Program. Their collaboration has led to a successful partnership between GME – Global Maritime Engineering Services and Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban.
Through this partnership, our center serves as a venue for Skills Trade Testing, IELTS (Diagnostics, Review, and Mock Tests), and Certification programs, enabling local skilled workers to access services that enhance their global competence and increase their international opportunities.
We sincerely appreciate GME’s support and dedication to our mission of empowering students with the necessary skills and knowledge for success in the global workforce. Their commitment significantly contributes to our shared goal of preparing individuals who can thrive in an interconnected world.
Don Bosco TVET Center Balamban Inc. has returned to St. Louis School of Don Bosco to undertake a Roof Deck Project. The project involves constructing a metal staircase and roofing frame above the AVR. The purpose of this roof deck is to serve as the Music Room for the Marching Band of SLSDB. The projected timeframe for completion is 3-4 weeks. This initiative is part of the Supervised Industry Learning program for Batch 50, with Mr. William Lima serving as the project supervisor.