TAGBILARAN CITY, July 11 (PIA)--Technical and vocational education graduates will again find the venue to prove who among them sits on the top and be reckoned Bohol's best, as the Provincial Skills Competitions (PSC) pits them against each other July 13-14.
The PSC will serve as a venue to recognize the skills excellence of our young industry skilled workers and graduates of technical and vocational schools and training centers and institutions compete against each other to be called the best trained skilled workers, said group organizers.
The organizers, the Association of Public and Private TechVoc Institutions in Bohol (APTIB), who are into the mission of developing the globally competitive Filipino Workers who possess world class skills, values and work ethics, put up the event this year at the Bohol Island State University (BISU) Main Campus and three other venues.
Supervised by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), APTIB said this year, the contest areas would be in the fields of welding and its technologies, web design, cooking and restaurant service.
No less than TESDA regional director Rosanna Urdaneta is expected to grace the events, while organizers have said they invited Governor Edgar Chatto, Congressman Rene Relampagos, Mayor Leonila Montero, Board Member Dionisio Balite and City Mayor John Geesnell Yap to join them.
The PSC opens Monday at the Cristal-e College in Panglao, where cooking and restaurant services skills competitions would be held.
Welding technologies would be competed at the BISU Bingag Campus while web design competitions would be at the STI in Tagbilaran. (rac/pia-7Bohol)