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Redemptorist

Baclaran, Philippines

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Redemptorist Skills & Livelihood Center

The Redemptorist Skills Training and Livelihood Program (RSTLP) provides alternative educational structure to those lacking the opportunity to achieve higher levels of education. This is accomplished by providing short courses, Alternative Learning System (ALS) and other literacy program.  To attain this the RSTLP networks with various government agencies, private institutions and industry partners.

 

The Redemptorist Skills Training and Livelihood Program began in August, 2007 where 4 courses were offered to indigent individuals. The 4 courses were the following:

 

  1. Servicing Appliance Repair with 27 trainees
  2. Applied electronics with 15 trainees
  3. Reflexology with 26 trainees
  4. Commercial Baking with 25 trainees

 

After 6 months, these 4 courses were able to have their first graduates of 49 individuals. The success of this endeavor led to the formal establishment of the RSTLP in August 2008. 2 new courses was added to the program: Housekeeping and Food and beverages.

 

The target clientele or beneficiaries are the following

 

  1. Indigent residents of Pasay, Parañaque and Las Piñas and referred by Women’s Centre, St. Neumann, and other programs
  2.  Insufficient income to support the family needs.
  3. No regular Job
  4. Over age to find Job
  5. Special consideration is given to solo parent
  6. Out of School Youth and Adult
  7. No Free TESDA training center near residence

 

Special consideration were given to street vendors and pedicab drivers around the shrine who want to study in training center even if they live in another place. They were also given the opportunity to go to school so that they have the ability and skills that they can use to find jobs.

 

A. Short Courses/Training Program

 

The short courses are geared towards preparing the trainees for a self-reliant and self -sustaining life.

 

1. Housekeeping

 

Consist of competencies that a person must achieve to prepare guest rooms, clean premises and equipment, laundry linen and guest clothes, provide housekeeping services and provide valet services to hotels, motels, clubs, hospitals, resorts, dormitories and luxury liners.

TESDA - Training Regulations –Housekeeping NC II

 

2. Food and Beverages

 

Consists of competencies that a person must achieve to provide food and beverage service to guests in various food and beverage service facilities.

TESDA - Training Regulations – Food and Beverage Service NC II

 

3. Massage Therapy

 

Consists of competencies that a person must achieve to work within a holistic therapeutic massage framework: to promote healing, to alleviate pain and discomfort, to hasten recovery, to initiate relaxation and to improve the well-being of the client/patient.

TESDA - Training Regulations – Massage Therapy  NC II

 

4. Beauty Care

 

The course is designed to provide the trainees with the knowledge and skills, proper attitude and desirable work habits required in doing manicure, pedicure, nail art,hands and foot spa and make-up.

 

5. PV Solar Panel System Installation

 

Course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills of a PV System Installation technician in accordance with industry standards. It covers core competencies such as: perform site assessment, check PV components and materials compliance, install and commission PV system and prepare documentation requirements for PV system installation..

 

B. ALS (Alternative Learning System)

 

ALS is intended for out-of-school youth and adults who are 16 years old or older and beyond basic school age that need basic literacy skills particularly in reading, writing and simple computation. With the coordination and partnership to DEP Ed. Parañaque two mobile teachers assigned in the center to conduct the ALS A and E review.

 

C. Livelihood Program

 

Each graduate and Massage Therapy NCII Holder in RSTLP is given a year to stay in the livelihood program to:

 

  1. enhance and show their skills in massage therapy
  2. have a temporary income
  3. financially save so that they can start their own living

 

Some graduates of bartending were able to get a job at the Sinirangan Coffee Shop.

 

A. Other Educational Formations

 

The RSTLC is not only committed to the development of technical skills, but more importantly is to give attention to the overall development of individual trainees. The program outlines the essential learning needed to meet their other needs.  Some of them are:

 

1. Christian leadership training

 

  • Explain the foundation of effective leadership to the trainees by the leadership qualities of Christ, explaining their personal values in life, as well as their basis and practice of leadership as they associate it with their role as leaders
  • find their strength and use them to develop their leadership skills
  • construct a plan that determines the development of values in life

 

2..Good behavior in working and developments on values in life

 

  • Explain the root of their personality by means of exploring their own personal values, principles and habits in life.
  • Determine their own strengths and weaknesses
  • Describe the changes in the development of individuals.
  • Form a personal point of view and principles on their manner

 

3. Entrepreneurship and Motivation Course

 

  • Explain the basis of entrepreneurial capabilities;
  • Find out their skills and use them to develop their own entrepreneurial capabilities
  • Determine some ways on how to develop their entrepreneurial self.

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Tel: +63 2  8321150

Fax: +63 2 551175

Email: baclaranrector@yahoo.com

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National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help

Redemptorist Skills & Livelihood Center

The Redemptorist Skills Training and Livelihood Program (RSTLP) provides alternative educational structure to those lacking the opportunity to achieve higher levels of education. This is accomplished by providing short courses, Alternative Learning System (ALS) and other literacy program.  To attain this the RSTLP networks with various government agencies, private institutions and industry partners.

 

The Redemptorist Skills Training and Livelihood Program began in August, 2007 where 4 courses were offered to indigent individuals. The 4 courses were the following:

 

  1. Servicing Appliance Repair with 27 trainees
  2. Applied electronics with 15 trainees
  3. Reflexology with 26 trainees
  4. Commercial Baking with 25 trainees

 

After 6 months, these 4 courses were able to have their first graduates of 49 individuals. The success of this endeavor led to the formal establishment of the RSTLP in August 2008. 2 new courses was added to the program: Housekeeping and Food and beverages.

 

The target clientele or beneficiaries are the following

 

  1. Indigent residents of Pasay, Parañaque and Las Piñas and referred by Women’s Centre, St. Neumann, and other programs
  2.  Insufficient income to support the family needs.
  3. No regular Job
  4. Over age to find Job
  5. Special consideration is given to solo parent
  6. Out of School Youth and Adult
  7. No Free TESDA training center near residence

 

Special consideration were given to street vendors and pedicab drivers around the shrine who want to study in training center even if they live in another place. They were also given the opportunity to go to school so that they have the ability and skills that they can use to find jobs.

 

A. Short Courses/Training Program

 

The short courses are geared towards preparing the trainees for a self-reliant and self -sustaining life.

 

1. Housekeeping

 

Consist of competencies that a person must achieve to prepare guest rooms, clean premises and equipment, laundry linen and guest clothes, provide housekeeping services and provide valet services to hotels, motels, clubs, hospitals, resorts, dormitories and luxury liners.

TESDA - Training Regulations –Housekeeping NC II

 

2. Food and Beverages

 

Consists of competencies that a person must achieve to provide food and beverage service to guests in various food and beverage service facilities.

TESDA - Training Regulations – Food and Beverage Service NC II

 

3. Massage Therapy

 

Consists of competencies that a person must achieve to work within a holistic therapeutic massage framework: to promote healing, to alleviate pain and discomfort, to hasten recovery, to initiate relaxation and to improve the well-being of the client/patient.

TESDA - Training Regulations – Massage Therapy  NC II

 

4. Beauty Care

 

The course is designed to provide the trainees with the knowledge and skills, proper attitude and desirable work habits required in doing manicure, pedicure, nail art,hands and foot spa and make-up.

 

5. PV Solar Panel System Installation

 

Course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes and skills of a PV System Installation technician in accordance with industry standards. It covers core competencies such as: perform site assessment, check PV components and materials compliance, install and commission PV system and prepare documentation requirements for PV system installation..

 

B. ALS (Alternative Learning System)

 

ALS is intended for out-of-school youth and adults who are 16 years old or older and beyond basic school age that need basic literacy skills particularly in reading, writing and simple computation. With the coordination and partnership to DEP Ed. Parañaque two mobile teachers assigned in the center to conduct the ALS A and E review.

 

C. Livelihood Program

 

Each graduate and Massage Therapy NCII Holder in RSTLP is given a year to stay in the livelihood program to:

 

  1. enhance and show their skills in massage therapy
  2. have a temporary income
  3. financially save so that they can start their own living

 

Some graduates of bartending were able to get a job at the Sinirangan Coffee Shop.

 

A. Other Educational Formations

 

The RSTLC is not only committed to the development of technical skills, but more importantly is to give attention to the overall development of individual trainees. The program outlines the essential learning needed to meet their other needs.  Some of them are:

 

1. Christian leadership training

 

  • Explain the foundation of effective leadership to the trainees by the leadership qualities of Christ, explaining their personal values in life, as well as their basis and practice of leadership as they associate it with their role as leaders
  • find their strength and use them to develop their leadership skills
  • construct a plan that determines the development of values in life

 

2..Good behavior in working and developments on values in life

 

  • Explain the root of their personality by means of exploring their own personal values, principles and habits in life.
  • Determine their own strengths and weaknesses
  • Describe the changes in the development of individuals.
  • Form a personal point of view and principles on their manner

 

3. Entrepreneurship and Motivation Course

 

  • Explain the basis of entrepreneurial capabilities;
  • Find out their skills and use them to develop their own entrepreneurial capabilities
  • Determine some ways on how to develop their entrepreneurial self.

Interested to attend our skills training and learning system? Fill up the form below to ask for more information

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National Shrine of Our Mother of Perpetual Help

Redemptorist Road,

Baclaran, Parañaque City 1700

Tel: +63 2  8321150

Fax: +63 2 551175

Email: baclaranrector@yahoo.com

Redemptorist Baclaran, 2017

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