MANILA, Oct. 8, 2014 — The Knights of Columbus Luzon Jurisdiction together with its insurance arm, the Knights of Columbus Fraternal Association of the Philippines, Inc (KCFAPI) launched a hotel and restaurant services skills training program on Oct. 7 at the KC Fr. George J. Willmann, SJ Center in Intramuros, Manila.
The training, which is organized in coordination with the DSW-Manila Manpower Development Center of the city of Manila, aims to teach the out-of-school youth basic skills for food and beverage services as a livelihood opportunity.
Samuel O. Ambayer from DSW-MLA will be the resource speaker of the said skills training program that will culminate on Nov. 7.
Among the topics to be discussed are basics of table setting that includes napkin-folding and table-skirting; cocktail-mixing; hotel housekeeping; bartending; and flower arrangement, among others.
To be eligible for the program, participants must be physically and mentally fit; 18-35 years of age and residing in Metro Manila.
After the course, the attendees of the training program will be given a TESDA accreditation certificate. DSW-MLA is a TESDA accredited training center that assists in the implementation of livelihood programs in the city of Manila. (YO)