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First Dualtech Technopreneurs Summit

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Thirty five years after Dualtech was founded and thirty years since the first graduates of Dualtech’s two-year Electromechanics course completed their studies, the Dualtech alumni association organized a summit of entrepreneurs among its members who are engaged in technology-based services.

There were 14 exhibitors (all Dualtech graduates turned business owners) who came; about 10 other business owners attended (although they did not present), another 10 managers (also alumni) of various companies and roughly 20 graduates (who plan to put up their own business in the future) all went the rounds of various displayed technologies.

OVP featured during the first Commencement Exercises in 2018

ovp-grad2018Ms. Georgina Hernandez-Yang, Former Head of Advocacy and Anti-Poverty Programs and Spokesperson of the Office of the Vice-President Philippines (OVP) represented the Vice President Leni Robredo during the first Commencement Exercises of Dualtech Center held at Dualtech Center in January 2018.

Kayo ay simbolo ng inspirasyon at pag-asa sa lahat na nagsusumikap para maabot ang kanilang mga pangarap. Kayo ang patunay na walang imposible para sa taong may sipag at tiyaga”, she said realizing that the two-year training would not be easy which was something that graduates could be proud of.

Senior High Students gets Industry Immersion at Dualtech

dtc-immersionThe Department of Education requires each Grade 12 student to attend 80 hours of company and workshop program as partial requirement in fulfilling their senior high school. This may be compared to on the job training or in-plant training. The students and the school do not have the time and resources to look for companies where these students can train. Dualtech was requested by some schools to provide such opportunity.

Dualtech visits Davao

davao-dtcA team from Dualtech Center in coordination with Dr. Marcelo O. Roco, Dep-Ed Davao City Division Office, conducted orientation to 17 high school principals and teachers. Majority of the participants came from the outskirts of Davao. Some schools are located at the foot of Mt. Apo. Another school takes 2 hours through a banana plantation. Another school required the team to leave the hotel at 4:30 in the morning to reach it before noon.

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