Livelihood skills were brought once again by Korea-Philippine Cultural and Educational Exchange Center Corporation (KOPEC) to its partner, Cebu Technological University (CTU). 27 Korean trainers arrived on Saturday, October 22, to continually engage the university’s extension beneficiaries: Brgy. Tinago, Brgy. San Roque and Brgy. Mambaling.
Participants learned a lot of skills such as making the traditional Korean kimchi, hair cutting and styling, watch fixing, clothes designing and house electrical wiring inspection and fixing.
College of Technology (COT) faculty facilitated the lectures and demonstrations to immerse other participants in the methods that basically increase one’s potential in coping with economic challenges.
The skills training was in line with the goals of the college in promoting quality-oriented technological instructions, satisfying the technology market and enhancing skills of stakeholders.
It was KOPEC’s third time to visit CTU. The group conducted the same training in 2015 and in August this year. CTU and KOPEC will continue to fulfill the mission of making productive individuals in the community. (Joebert F. Monacillo, COT Publication Chair)