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Blessing of the Stations of the Cross

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Mayor Rama joined the blessing of the stations of the cross along V. Rama on Friday, March 27, 2015


DMDP produces 424 new graduates

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CEBU CITY, Philippines - The Cebu City Government's Department of Manpower Development and Placement or DMDP has produced at least 424 fresh graduates during its 83rd Commencement Exercises held at the Cebu City Sports Center last March 26, 2015 Thursday.

Manilyn Boyonas from Barangay Mambaling this city is one of the new products of the DMDP. She already finished with the Beauty Care, Housekeeping and Computer Operation short-term courses in the DMDP, before she took up Bartending in the first quarter this year.

In an interview with the BARUGG News, Boyonas shared that, "I am thankful to the Cebu City Government, to Mayor Michael L Rama and the DMDP for offering free training," adding that it will be of great help for everyone who wanted to take short-term courses for free as it is expensive in private institutions.

"I encourage everyone to take the DMDP Technical and Vocational Courses, aside from it is free they will be trained well here to enhance and develop their skills...kung maningkamot naay puhonan aron mo-asenso," Boyonas who is now working with the DMDP further underscored.

Meanwhile, the First quarter batch of graduates this year took various short-term courses that included culinary arts, commercial cooking, bartending, food and beverage services, housekeeping, plumbing, beauty care, advance fashion design, dressmaking, tailoring, computer operation, computer programming, visual graphics and design, refrigeration and air-conditioning.

DMDP chief Engr. Ma. Suzanne Ardosa also shared to the BARUGG News that the Cebu City Government through the DMDP is continuously offering free skills training with the technical-vocational courses which are accredited by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority or TESDA.

Furthermore, the enrollment for the second quarter this year is still going on, the classes will start on April 6. For more details interested applicants can visit the city’s DMDP Office located at the 2nd Floor of Ramos Multipurpose Building, along F. Ramos Street, this city or contact at Telephone Numbers 253–9212 and 254–4348. (Cebu City Public Information Office PIO/Greggy Jiggs P. Senados)



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CEBU CITY, Philippines - The Cebu City Government employees went back to their respective offices an hour after they were told to go outside Cebu City Hall shortly after the intensity 4.7 earthquake was felt in this city at around 9:47 this Monday morning March 30, 2015.

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology or Phivolcs reported that the center of the earthquake was located 8 kilometers (km) Southeast of Buenavista, Bohol and has a depth of 3 km.

Right after the quake Mayor Michael L Rama ordered the city hall employees to go out of their offices and urged the public not to panic. The city is monitoring with the situation with the aftermath of the quake, no damages were reported. (Cebu City Public Information Office PIO/Greggy Jiggs P. Senados)

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