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40 PWDs and CNSPs graduate from Vocational Skills Training of DSWD-7 AVRC II


A total of 40 Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) and Children in Need of Special Protection (CNSP) or those who are victims of abuse, neglect, exploitation, cruelty, discrimination and violence and were turned over to the DSWD-7 Regional Haven and Home for Girls have completed a one-year vocational skills training were all heads high on their processional march during the 42nd Graduation Exercises of Area Vocation Rehabilitation Center (AVRC) II of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) – 7 on April 26, 2018, Friday.

PWDs and CNSPs who are graduates of vocational skills training of DSWD-7 Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) hold their hands as they sing together their graduation song entitled ‘Give me a chance’ during their graduation ceremony.

Massage Therapy, Consumer Electronics, Commercial Arts and Crafts, Basic Cosmetology, Commercial Cooking, Dress and Apparel Technology and Computer Technology are the various vocational skills trainings that the 40 graduates have successfully completed.

To recognize the achievement of trainees, certificates of recognition and basic tools for their vocational courses were given to five model trainees for the exemplary behavior they have showed. There were also four visually impaired graduates who received certificates of recognition for passing the Licensure Examination for Massage Therapist administered by the Department of Health (DOH) in 2017, while three orthopedically impaired graduates have received certificates of recognition as well for passing the ALS Accreditation and Equivalency Exam.

The graduates also brought home with them valuable takeaways from the inspirational messages of different guest speakers during the ceremony.

As one of the guest speakers, Mr. Mateo Quilas, a Massage Therapy graduate and Persons with Disability Affairs Office (PDAO) Focal in Bohol has shared his secret formula of success and the importance of radiating positive attitude and quality service in the workplace.

On behalf of the DSWD-7 Regional Director Ma. Evelyn B. Macapobre, Ms. Rosemarie Salazar, Protective Service Division Chief also shared her experiences while working in AVRC II. She reminded the graduates to always give respect to people who have been instruments in making them a well-rounded and productive individual of the community.

The ceremony was concluded with an emotional giving of chocolates and flowers as token of gratitude by the graduates to their families, friends and teachers who have become a great part of their milestone. ###

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AVRC II celebrates 43rd anniversary; encourages families to support their PWD family member


Families of the Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) joined in the recently concluded founding anniversary of the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II). These PWDs who are active trainees of AVRC II were overjoyed with their family’s presence.

During the family forum spearheaded by Ms. Eutilla Tahanlangit, AVRC II center head, shared AVRC’s history and its objectives to the participating families.

Ms. Eutilla Tahanlangit, AVRC II center head, orients families of PWDs about AVRC during the family forum.

“This center aims to develop the PWDs capacity through a comprehensive vocational rehabilitation program which will enable them to acquire practical skills for eventual employment, that is why we provide various courses ranging from Massage Therapy, Electronic Motor Repair, Computer Electronics, Basic Sewing, Furniture and Cabinet Making, Commercial Cooking and Cosmetology,” said Tahanlangit.

“Here in AVRC, we also teach your children or relatives important life skills like proper hygiene, time management, socialization and even Alternative Learning System (ALS) in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd),” Tahanlangit underscored.

She further emphasized that the family support is also important in the rehabilitation of PWDs.

Bisitahi, tawagan o pangamustahan sad ninyu sila diri aron madasig sila ug mahimong malampuson ilang pag-training (Check on them here or call them, so that they will be encouraged and successfully finished their training),” she added.

Strong family support is integral in the PWDs holistic development.

Partners and stakeholders who have contributed to the success of AVRC II were also present during the founding anniversary program like the Tzu Chi Foundation, Cebu Centennial Lions Club, Hospicio de San Jose Barili and Department of Labor and Employment Region 7 (DOLE-7).

As a non-residential institution of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), AVRC II has been at the forefront of providing human resource development to PWDs in the Visayas region through various skills enhancement program. ###

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PWDs spend White Cane Safety Day in Mall


Thirty (30) visually-impaired trainees of the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) joined the recently celebrated White Cane Safety Day.

White Cane Safety Day is a yearly celebration to promote and protect the physical, moral, and social well-being of all persons with disabilities (PWDs).

WhiIe inside the mall, the trainees had the chance to interact with mall workers and purchase items on their own.

To highlight the celebration, the visually-impaired trainees toured SM City Cebu.

They experienced taking the escalator and elevator and toured the different areas of the mall.

During the tour, the trainees were also oriented on the locations of the comfort rooms for them to know how to use the modern toilet facilities.

WhiIe inside the mall, the trainees interacted with some mall personnel like the sales ladies and cashiers and had the chance to purchase items on their own.

The use of the white cane dates back to 1921 when a Bristol photographer named James Biggs used it to help him move around after he lost his vision in an accident.

He chose the white cane so that even at night, he would be visible to pedestrians and motorists.

The white cane is a symbol of greater mobility for the visually impaired and of their full participation in the community.

In preparation for the mall tour, personnel from AVRC II gave a lecture on the Basic Sighted Guide Techniques, Mobility Cane Self Protective Techniques and its correct usage.

The simulation activity followed where sighted individuals were blindfolded for them to experience the difficulty of being blind.

Sighted individuals were blind folded during the simulation activity.

Other trainees served as guide to the blindfolded trainees to apply the basic sighted guide techniques.

AVRC II has been at the forefront of providing human resource development to PWDs in the Visayas region through various skills enhancement program. ###

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DSWD empowers 60 PWDs through AVRC II


Sixty (60) persons with disabilities (PWD) graduated from the technical vocational program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office Field Office VII (DSWD-7) through the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center II (AVRC II), on April 27, 2017.

This is AVRC’s 41st commencement ceremony.

Bisan ang dakung bunuk sa uwan karung hapuna wa gayud nakapakgang sa inyung kahinam nga atung sa-ulugun ang inyung graduation karun. Kining kada-ugan karun nga nakab-ut aning 60 ka graduates di gayud ni nila makab-ut kung sila-sila lang. Busa akung gipasalamatan ang mga ginikanan sa inyung pagsalig kanamu diri sa AVRC II nga inyung gitugutan inyung asawa, bana, anak nga mu-anhi sila diri (even the heavy rains this afternoon could not stop the PWD’s eagerness on their graduation. The success of these graduates would not be possible if they were alone. Therefore, I am thankful to the parents who trusted AVRC II that you allowed your wife, husband, son come here),” said DSWD-7 Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre in her message to the graduates.

The AVRC graduates proudly march on their success

The 60 graduates took different courses in technical vocational program. Among the 60 PWDs, 30 finished Massage Therapy, 4 also finished Consumer Electronics, 1 completed Furniture and Cabinet Making, 8 also completed Commercial Cooking, 8 graduated Basic Cosmetology, 2 also graduated Dress and Apparel Technology and 7 finished Computer Technology.

During the said commencement ceremony, the 21 licensure examinee passers in the Massage Therapy Licensure Examination of DOH were also recognized by DSWD. The licensed masseuse and masseurs belong to January- June and July- December 2016 batches of trainees.

Kinahanglan gayud ninyu i-prubar nga PWD’s dili angayang kaluy-an kay parihas ra tang tanan dunay tagsa-tagsang abilidad ug ka-alam nga gipahulam sa Ginoo (You have to prove that PWDs doesn’t deserve pity because we are just the same. Each of us has unique ability and has knowledge that God has given us),” Director Macapobre added.

The AVRC II offers various courses for PWD’s like Massage Therapy, Consumer Electronics, Furniture and Cabinet Making, Commercial Cooking, Cosmetology, Dress and Apparel Technology and Computer Technology.

AVRC II based in Brgy. Labangon, Cebu City is the second accredited training institution for massage therapy in the Visayas and first of the 4 vocational rehabilitation centers to be accredited as training institution nationwide.

The Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center II (AVRC II) is a non-residential institution that provides enabling environment for the Persons with Disabilities (PWD’s) and other special groups in honing and training them to acquire skills and competencies and be deployed in a decent career. ###

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9 Visually-Impaired now Licensed Therapists


Another set of visually-impaired trainees from the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office VII (DSWD-7) recently took oath as licensed massage therapists.

The 9 visually-impaired show off their certificate for licensed massage therapists.

The 9 visually-impaired show off their certificate for licensed massage therapists.

The nine therapists passed the licensure examination administered by the Department of Health’s (DOH) Committee of Examiners for Massage Therapy (CEMT).

During the oath taking ceremony, they received certificate of registration, pins, DOH-CEMT ID and PALMT ID as new members of the Philippine Association for License Massage Therapists (PALMT).

“Through our AVRC II, we continuously provide training and review for our visually-impaired trainees so that they can pass the licensure examination,” said Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre.

Presidential Decree (PD) 856, mandates that massage therapists must first acquire a certification issued by the DOH before practicing and applying their skills.

“Considering that some of them did not attend school, it really takes ones determination to finish the course and eventually pass the licensure examination,” Director Macapobre added.

All examiners underwent written, oral and practical tests just like any other regular board takers.

The examination is based on the Reference Manual for Massage Therapy made by the CEMT.

It consists of different modules namely; Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology and Pathology, Fundamental Concepts of Massage Therapy, Application and Practice of Massage Therapy.

Most of these licensed therapists are now employed in various visually-impaired spa and wellness organizations like the Helping Hands Organization of Persons with Disability, Inc.

The 9 visually-impaired trainees from the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) take oath as licensed massage therapists.

The 9 visually-impaired trainees from the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) take oath as licensed massage therapists.

AVRC II has been at the forefront of providing human resource development to PWDs in the Visayas region through various skills enhancement program.

Aside from Massage Therapy, AVRC II also provides other courses like Electronic Motor Repair, Computer Electronics, Basic Sewing, Furniture and Cabinet Making, Commercial Cooking and Cosmetology. ###

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Mall Tour for PWDs on White Cane Safety Day


Thirty two (32) visually-impaired trainees of the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center (AVRC II) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) joined the recently celebrated White Cane Safety Day.

White Cane Safety Day is a yearly celebration to promote and protect the physical, moral, and social well-being of all persons with disabilities (PWDs).

Visually-impaired trainees were accompanied by DSWD-7 staff during the mall tour.

Visually-impaired trainees were accompanied by DSWD-7 staff during the mall tour.

In preparation for the mall tour, personnel from AVRC II gave a lecture on the Basic Sighted Guide Techniques, Mobility Cane and its correct usage.

The trainees and DSWD-7 staff participated in the simulation activity at the AVRC II compound.

In the simulation, the sighted individuals were blind folded for them to experience how difficult it is to be blind.

The members of AVRC II staff also experienced eating their lunch and washing their dishes while blindfolded.

The event ended with a mall tour, which gave opportunity to visually-impaired trainees to be exposed in three malls in Metro Cebu. The trainees were grouped into three and went to Robinsons Galleria, Ayala Center Cebu and Park Mall. They were escorted by DSWD staff.

They experienced taking the escalator and elevator and toured the different areas of the mall.

During the tour, the trainees were also oriented on the locations of the comfort rooms for them to know how to use the modern toilet facilities.

WhiIe inside the mall, the trainees interacted with some mall personnel like the sales ladies and cashiers and had the chance to purchase items on their own.

“Prior to my arrival in AVRC II, I refused to use the cane due to shame. Now, I realize how important it is because it serves as my protection from danger while walking on the street”, said Jeryll Aurello, a visually-impaired trainee of AVRC II.

WhiIe inside the mall, the trainees had the chance to purchase items on their own.

WhiIe inside the mall, the trainees had the chance to purchase items on their own.

The use of the white cane dates back to 1921 when a Bristol photographer named James Biggs used it to help him move around after he lost his vision in an accident.

He chose the white cane so that even at night, he would be visible to pedestrians and motorists.

The white cane is a symbol of greater mobility for the visually impaired and of their full participation in the community. ###

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19 AVRC II trainees finish Commercial Cooking


Some nineteen (19) persons with disabilities (PWDs) recently finished the commercial cooking training workshop at the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center II (AVRC II).

AVRC II trainees listen intently during the cooking demonstration

AVRC II trainees listen intently during the cooking demonstration

The two-day training workshop was facilitated and sponsored by the Banilad Center for Professional Development (BCPD) and was provided for free including the supplies and materials used during the training.

The participants were informed on the various strategies and techniques in managing or organizing a food business.

Then, the participants were trained on bakery skill.

They had a hands-on cooking demonstration on “cochinta” and “binangkal” making; bread and cupcake making and cupcake decorating.

“I’m grateful for the training provided by the BCPD and I hope this training translates to skills productivity of our PWDs in AVRC II,” said Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre.

Macapobre also underscores the importance of providing skills training to PWDs that could lead them to their reintegration in the community.

Meanwhile, 54 active trainees of AVRC II also had a fun day at the Vano Beach Resort in Marigondon to cap off the long summer season.

They had a chance to mingle and socialize with one another in order to further boost their self-confidence.

AVRC II is a non-residential institution under the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office (DSWD) Field Office VII. ###

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67 PWDs graduate in AVRC II


Sixty seven (67) persons with disabilities (PWDs) recently graduated from the technical vocational program of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office Field Office VII (DSWD-7) through the Area Vocational Rehabilitation Center II (AVRC II).

DSWD-7 Assistant Regional Director for Administration (center) Marcial G. Fernandez give a certificate of completion to a PWD trainee. Center Head Sheba Dabon (left) also assist in the distribution of certificates.

DSWD-7 Assistant Regional Director for Administration (center) Marcial G. Fernandez give a certificate of completion to a PWD trainee. Center Head Sheba Dabon (left) also assist in the distribution of certificates.

Of the 67 graduates, 23 finished massage therapy, 3 on furniture and cabinet making, 11 on commercial cooking, 3 on commercial arts and crafts, 4 on basic cosmetology, 7 on dress and apparel technology, 5 on housekeeping, 5 on computer technology and 6 graduated consumer electronics.

DSWD-7 Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre stressed that AVRC II has been serving the PWD community for more than 40 years and continuously providing rehabilitation programs and services so that PWDs can acquire skills and eventually find decent employment.

The recent graduates hail from various cities and town in Visayas.

During the graduation rites, 44 visually impaired masseurs and masseuse were also recognized for passing the massage therapy licensure examination.

Another 30 PWDs were also recognized for completing the Alternative Learning System (ALS).

Other AVRCs are located in Region I in Luzon, Region IX in Mindanao and in Quezon City under DSWD-NCR.

The center aims to maximize the capacities of PWDs through assessment and guidance, social adjustment, medical, vocational training and placement services as well as bring maximum functioning of PWDs for their eventual integration into the community. ###

Chorale Presentation: PWDs were all smiles after they received the certificate of completion.

Chorale Presentation: PWDs were all smiles after they received the certificate of completion.

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