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CLEP extends livelihood trainings across Tacloban City Barangays

CLEP extends livelihood trainings across Tacloban City Barangays

The Community Livelihood and Extension Program (CLEP) in Tacloban City continues to offer free skills training sessions in various barangays.

TACLOBAN CITY– The Community Livelihood and Extension Program (CLEP) of the City Government of Tacloban provides residents with an opportunity to enhance their skills and improve their livelihoods through free training sessions. 

The program's schedule for July has been released, offering training in various skills across different barangays in the city.

Participants can choose from various skill sets, including cosmetology, food processing, dressmaking, tailoring, reflexology, haircutting, and bartending. The training sessions will be conducted by experienced instructors and trainers who aim to equip participants with practical knowledge and empower them with new skills.

The cosmetology classes will be held in the barangays of 74 Bliss Nulatula, 105 Guadalupe, St. Francis Village 2, and 106 North Hill, with three instructors leading the sessions. Food processing programs, including baking, will take place in Barangays 96 Calanipawan, 58 Sagkahan, and 105 St. Francis, facilitated by five trainers.

For those interested in bartending, four classes per week will be available in Barangays 109 V & G and 105 Guadalupe throughout July. Tailoring training will be held at the CLEP Building, while reflexology classes have been scheduled for Brgys. 12 Palanog and 96 Calanipawan. Haircutting classes, which concluded on July 6, were conducted in Brgy. 103 Palanog.

Dressmaking classes are held in barangays 44 Quarry and 71 Naga-naga, with morning and afternoon sessions. Participants can attend the training sessions for three hours each day, choosing between the morning slot from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or the afternoon slot from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

In addition to the skills training, CLEP is offering free haircuts to barangay residents and city government workers as part of its community extension services. The program also includes ongoing monitoring of completers and coordination activities with city barangays throughout the month.

Residents of Tacloban City who are interested in participating in the free skills training program can inquire with their respective barangay officials or visit the CLEP office located on Paterno Street Extension. This valuable initiative aims to empower individuals and contribute to the community's overall economic development and well-being. –iTacloban (Source: CIO)

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