Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (RTWPB-X) conducts a one-day Productivity Toolbox training in four (4) streams on February 21 and 28, 2018 in Pearlmont Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City.
The first leg of Productivity Toolbox Trainings were conducted on February 21, 2018 divided into streams to wit: 1) Green Productivity Training; 2) Retail and Service Sector (Merchandising and Visual Merchandising); 3) ISTIV-Productivity Awareness Program and; 4) 5S of Good Housekeeping Training Program. Attendees were Forty-Nine (49) MSMEs and Fifty-Three (53) participants that were equally distributed by streams according to businesses’ appropriate program need.
Subsequently, the second segment training was conducted in February 28, 2018 in two (2) streams with topics on, 1) Service Quality for Key Employment Generators; and 2) ISTIV-Bayanihan for Micro-Small and Medium Enterprises. Generally, the participants showed their enthusiasm and readiness to learn and mostly are beginners to the program. On the other hand, the training team demonstrated the effectiveness in encouraging the clients to think and cross-communicate ideas and steered them to identify and adapt best practices.
The training programs and consulting services from NWPC/RTWPBs are provided at NO COST. Enterprises which are considered as MSMEs may avail of the Productivity Toolbox which is consists of a package of training programs and technical assistance to improve the capability and motivation of enterprises to adopt productivity technologies for continuous improvement toward enterprise development and growth.
Developing micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) is an important strategy in the path to inclusive growth since MSMEs account for 99% of total establishments and 61% of total employment in the country.
During the Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (Cocpo) 2018 basketball tournament that was held last October 20, the Miss Cocpo 2018 was also conducted. Adjudged winner is Kia Cañete. Here she is being flanked by Cocpo director Senior Supt. Nelson Aganon (right) and Mayor Oscar Moreno (left)....