CSPC gears up employees’ skills, mental health in 4-in-1 skills training

In line with the request sent by partner stakeholders, Partnership for Transparency Asia Foundation Incorporated (PTFA) and Civil Society Organization (CSO) to Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges (CSPC), the College of Education, Arts and Sciences (CEAS) spearheaded the 4-in-1 Skills Training and Workshop on July 28-29, 2021 at the Pearl Function Hall.


Civil society groups of Iriga City took part in the event that aims to encourage participation in the process of allocating public resources which will enhance transparency in the implementation of government budgets.

CSPC also trained them with the use of gender-sensitive language in the drafting of project proposals and share insights on values formation and taking care of mental health in the time of the pandemic.

Mr. Bryan Amaranto, Mrs. Eva Sasuluya, and Mr. Dennis Rañon of CSPC served as resource persons.

Meanwhile, Ms. Aubrey Versoza, the Community Development Coordinator of PTFA; Dr. Charlito P. Cadag, CSPC President; and Dr. Teresita B. Salazar, VP for Research, Extension, Production, and Entrepreneurial Development were also present to deliver inspirational messages.

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Vencel is the designated Content Writer and Social Media Administrator of CSPC. Concurrently, he teaches at the College of Computer Studies as Instructor I.