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RTWPB II trains identified establishments and individuals for Mission RACE

August 30, 2022

RTWPB-II conducted online training on Retail and Visual Merchandising and Work Ethics of a Productive Worker last July 14 and 15, 2022, respectively. These were part of the RTWPB’s commitment to the NWPC and the Bureau of Local Employment’s (BLE) partnership for the Mission Rebooting Activities through Community Engagements (RACE). The training’s aim is to increase the participants’ productivity and to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on their business operations and livelihood.

Fifty-five (55) individuals from 44 establishments, mostly from micro enterprise owners and individuals in the informal sector, attended the training. To invite them, the RTWPB utilized BLE’s database of Mission RACE identified MSMEs and individuals to select its participants. Personnel from DOLE-BLE Region II also joined as observers of the conduct of the capacity-building training programs.

Mission RACE is a government initiative in line with the National Economic Recovery Strategy (NERS), the country’s recovery plan for the pandemic-struck labor market. The program seeks to reboot economic activities in the form of sustainable livelihood trainings and profiling of labor market situations in the locality to identify necessary interventions.

National Wages and Productivity Commission
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