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SLO conducts livelihood trainings for CCWD

Special Livelihood Office

August 1, 2017

 

For purposes of providing livelihood options and opportunities, the management of Calamba City Water District (CCWD), through Mrs. Lina Samiano, organized livelihood training programs to spouses of existing personnel as well as for soon to be retired employees. This is to recognize the exemplary dedication to work of said employees that contributed to the very satisfactory performance that the office has rendered and continues to deliver.

On July 21, 2017 (Friday), Special Livelihood Office (SLO) training staff conducted seven different livelihood courses to 50 enthusiastic participants at Monte Vista Resort’s Multi Purpose Convention Hall in Brgy. Pansol, Calamba City, Laguna. They were grouped into fives with assigned training assistants to supervise the hands-on learning on the following courses: doormat and pot holder making; dishwashing liquid soap making; fabric conditioner making; paper beads jewellery making; powder detergent soap making and straw bag making.

The whole-day activity has been fruitful for all participants having developed their technical skills in different livelihood aspects that could provide extra family income.

Mrs. Lina Samiano of CCWD tapped the services of the men and women of SLO for the various livelihood training programs.