TESDA personnel to undergo sign language training

July 20, 2013 12:17 pm 

BUTUAN CITY, July 20 — Personnel of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), particularly those with disability (PWD) who are focal persons in the region, will join the scheduled "sign language" training next week.

This was bared by Ms. Fe Gomez, TESDA PWD regional focal person, who represented the government agency in the forum Friday during the 35th celebration of the national disability prevention and rehabilitation week.

Gomez said the activity is in connection with their plan to accommodate more persons with disability (PWDs), particularly those speech and hearing impaired in their skills training programs.

The training, Gomez said, will be sponsored by the City Social Welfare and Development Office, aimed at providing more services and understand the condition of impaired persons and for those interested to acquire such technical skills. (PNA)



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