28 cops undergo TESDA trainings
By Carlito J. Peralta
NAGA CITY --- Some 28 personnel of the Camarines Sur Police Provincial Office (CSPPO) have completed the 18-day training in order to pass the competency assessment in Bread and Pastry Production (BPP) NC II of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) held on Feb. 22 to Mar. 12, 20201 at the police provincial office here.
POLICE BAKERS Twenty eight members of the PNP Camarines Sur availed the eighteen days training of TESDA conducted by Ragay Polytechnic Skills Institute in Bread and Pastry Production NC II (BPP NC II) held at PNP Camarines Sur Command in Naga City. One of the objectives of the training was to produce PNP BPP NC II skilled trainers that will assist the government in reaching out the poor residents in the distant barangays to avail the free technical and vocational trainings offered by TESDA. (Carlito J. Peralta/TESDA)
Ragay Polytechnic Skills Institute (RPSI) Vocational School superintendent Rosalyn T. Perida said that one of the objectives of the training was to produce TESDA trainers among the PNP personnel.
They were expected to assist the government in reaching out the poor residents in remote barangays to avail the free technical and vocational trainings being offered by TESDA under its Poverty Reduction Livelihood Employment Cluster (PRLEC) program.
During the simple graduation rites on Mar. 12, the police personnel trainees got their training and national certificates as certified bakers of bread, pastry and cakes.
These police officers will further undertake the Trainers Methodology Level I course to become accredited TESDA trainers so that they could teach others in BPP NC II competencies.
The training programs were sponsored by TESDA Camarines Sur Provincial Office and RPSI) as the training provider. RPSI trainer Wilma P. Lumbis spearheaded the training.
BPP NC II consists of competencies that a person must achieve to clean equipment, tools and utensils and prepare, portion and plate pastries, breads and other dessert items to guests in hotels, motels, restaurants, clubs, canteens, resorts and luxury lines or cruises, and other related operations or might opt to indulge in small scale bakery business.