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Cotabato Light turns over it's first-ever electrical laboratory to Canizares National High School of Arts and Trade PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by Arlene V. Hepiga   

CLPC engineering manager, Hipolito Lencio, DMC vice chairman, DMC board members Alvin Farrales and Zosimo Briones

(CLCP photo)


Cotabato Light and Power Company in partnership with the Aboitiz Foundation Inc. officially turned over the first-ever electrical laboratory (e.Lab) within it's franchise area and the beneficiary is Canizares National High School of Arts and Trade on February 3, 2017 in Cotabato City.

Through the years, Cotabato Light has been very supportive of providing assistance to schools within its franchise. A manifestation of it's commitment to improve the quality of education in the area.

The Electrical Laboratory is in support to Department of Education's K to 12 Curriculum which offer Electrical Installation and Maintenance (EIM) Course. The e.lab in Canizares National High School of Arts and Trade is recognized by the DepEd Region XII to be the Center of Assessment in Cotabato City.

TESDA will then issue National Certification (NC) 2 or Certificate of Competency (COC) to the passers of the course, which can be used as documentation in applying for gainful employment after they finish Senior High School.

The new Electrical Laboratory now has 10 sets of Training Table & Assessment Facility, 50 Armchairs, Information Wall and White Boards totaling to almost half a million pesos.

The symbolic key was handed over by HR and Reputation Enhancement Head, Anna Lea Lee L. Nataño and it was received by the School Principal, Mr. Malumpig Balawag and Deped Division Superintendent Dr. Concepion Ferrer – Balawag- Al Hadj together with the teachers, students, and barangay officials.

The company will continue to hold on to its commitment and thrust as a dependable electric provider in the area and a partner in progress that will create greater and meaningful impact to the community

Also present were Curriculim Implementation Division Officer Ms. Evelyn Balanag Tacderan, Brgy. Chairman of RH-10 Kombol G. Mamalangkay, Schaminco Contractor headed by Engr. Hamin L. Amino & Engr. Suharto A. Bationg, President of PTA & Company Kag. Abdulkadir M. Palanan.