Kicking Off the 2023 School Year: Don Bosco TVET-Victorias Trainees Take a Class Picture in the Quadrangle
The school year 2023 at the Don Bosco Technical-Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Center in Victorias City, Negros Occidental, began with a photo op in the school’s quadrangle. The trainees from the Agro-Entrepreneurship, Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC II, and Machining NC II programs posed in their respective batches for a class picture, with the statue of Don Bosco, the center’s namesake, and Fr. Eligio R. Santos, SDB, the school rector, Bro Edward Q. Villordon, SDB, and the TVET teachers and staff in the background. The statue of Don Bosco symbolized the start of the trainees’ training journey, and the presence of the school’s leaders and staff indicated the center’s commitment to providing quality education and training to the youth.
The Don Bosco TVET Center has been providing quality technical-vocational education to young people for years, producing skilled professionals who contribute to the country’s workforce. The center aims to equip its trainees with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen fields, and instill in them the values of hard work, perseverance, and integrity.
The Agro-Entrepreneurship program focuses on teaching trainees about modern farming techniques, entrepreneurship, and agribusiness management. On the other hand, the Shielded Metal Arc Welding NC II and Machining NC II programs aim to develop trainees’ skills in metalworks, including welding and machining.
The photo op held at the Don Bosco quadrangle serves as a reminder to trainees that their journey towards becoming skilled professionals has begun. It also serves as a reminder of the center’s commitment to providing quality education and training to the youth. As they stand before the statue of Don Bosco, the trainees are inspired to pursue their dreams and to make a positive impact in their respective fields.
The 2023 school year promises to be a year of growth, learning, and achievement for the trainees of the Don Bosco TVET Center in Victorias City. As they embark on their journey towards becoming skilled professionals, they can rest assured that they have the support of their mentors and the guidance of the center’s values. The center remains committed to providing its trainees with the best technical-vocational education possible and ensuring that they become productive and responsible members of society.