Life has a way of throwing challenges and obstacles when we least expect it. The key is always have that readiness to hurdle whatever it is that comes our way. Big or small, you must find a cue to move forward and carry on. I hope for a fact that the scholars, many of you are burdened by many reasons, some may have a life easier than others, but I am confident that you are all made of stronger stuff with resolved determination and attitude as you sail through the tough times- which did not break, instead, make you. -- Mr. Cesar Mario O. Mamon | Chairman and President, Enchanted Kingdom
Before the word corporate social responsibility became a buzzword of every organization, may it be industrial, academe or government, Dualtech lived the very essence of practicing civic consciousness and responding to social thought of the Church. For this reason, Dualtech has produced graduates of moral values, dignified work ethics and excellent technical know- how. This, together with the concurrent challenge in various industries, was the central concerns discussed on the conducted forum during the Partner’s Recognition Event held at Dualtech Center, October 25.
Panasonic awards scholarship to 5 Dualtech trainees as part of its scholarship program in the Philippines marking its 100th anniversary.
Dualtech scholars from Laguna, Ilocos Sur, and Romblon received scholarship during the 2018 Panasonic Scholarship Award Ceremony for Vocational Category held at Panasonic Auditorium, Taytay Rizal. They are among 41 scholars who are selected by Panasonic scholarship committee from various institutions.
The 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.
On February 03, Handling Innovation opened its new Toyota Material Handling Philippines Training Center in Paranaque City. The blessing of the new renovated building was officiated by Dualtech’s former Chaplain, Fr. Willy Ong and was attended by their staff, friends, and partners including Dualtech. The training center is equipped with equipment, tools, and other training facility that will better enhance skills development in servicing and maintaining Toyota service forklifts.
"When you graduate, you earn the fruits of your P.H.D., meaning your PUNCTUALITY, HONESTY and DISCIPLINE. Be punctual - from the moment you apply for the job. Be honest - this is a sign of your dedication to your job, with your heart and mind in it. Be disciplined - have strong self-control when things are difficult on the job. Failure is an opportunity for improvement." -- Mr. Dennis Anthony L. Ortiz | Vice-President for Operations | Fuji Electric Philippines, Inc.