During Metrobank’s Foundation’s (MBFI) 40th year anniversary celebration, Dualtech Center was among the recipients of Partner in Empowerment, Advocacy and Commitment to Excellence (PEACE) Award at the Le Pavillon, Pasay City. The award recognized select institutions that share the vision of the foundation in bringing a significant effect on social development.
LASER Technology: Tool of the Future. This was the theme of the seminar held at Dualtech Center which was participated by Dualtech learning facilitators. The learning session was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Calamba that chose to highlight the technical/vocational program as deemed necessary in building the 21st century skills of learners.
Opportunity knocks in many ways, shapes, and forms. Opportunity also knocks at different times.
Alan Torriliza believed that his life was already set by his early thirties. The Occidental Mindoro native was working as a Senior Team Leader of the warehouse logistics division at Franke, the world’s leading industry for residential kitchen and housing equipment. He is married with five beautiful children, and with a steady income and a peaceful family life.
Since 2015, the Lao Foundation has opened many opportunities for deserving young men enrolled at Dualtech Center by giving them financial aid to finish the two- year Electromechanics Technology program. Through Lao Foundation- Dualtech scholarship program, it has helped 31 graduates and 39 trainees from Batch 1 and 2. Towards the start of the 3rd quarter of 2018, they continued their advocacy by helping 3rd and 4th batches, 20 and 24 scholars respectively.
On its 36th Founding Anniversary, Dualtech Center bestowed the Top Cooperating Companies in 2018 during the Commencement Exercises on November 10, 2018. The awardees were nominated by trainees, industry coordinators, and selected by an award committee with the criteria of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) partnership, Training Quality, Employment in both quantitative and qualitative terms, and support for trainees.
Dualtech’s Partners Day ended in a flurry of sunshine and an array of healthy, take home vegetables, as attendees were treated to a harvest festival at the agricultural lot located inside the campus.
Guests indulged in filling their bayongs with fresh fruits and vegetables, courtesy of the garden where Dualtech student-volunteers manage with the help of Eastwest Seed Foundation. The representatives of partner companies were able to partake of natural harvests cultivated and maintained in the garden, with crops ranging from papayas, to tomatoes, chili, eggplant, and cucumber, among others.