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 HEADLINES PHILIPPINE ASIAN NEWS TODAY March 1 - 15, 2018 11955 8th Avenue, Delta, BC www.lamezagrill.com 604 501 604 0963 501 0963 11955 88th Avenue, Delta, BC • 604 501 0963 • www.lamezagrill.com • lamezagrill Professional Recognition Information Session for Engineers, Technicians and Trade Skills facilitated by Mr. Ferdie Lontok realistic approach. Mr. Lontok gave an overview of the latest trends on the Canadian job market as well as the alternative jobs the participants can take while doing progress on their credential upgrading. The difference in standards in both countries was emphasized as well as the procedures. Mr. Lontok, gave his personal experience on how he was able to attain his goal, and how his passion for excellence played a crucial part. The participants were able to point out their priorities and made an action plan on how to put their goals into action. MHHS Pathways to Canada wants to make Filipino immigrants realize how the Canadian government values each individual’s role in the society and their skills as an essential part in the success of the nation. (L-R) Master Rey Binaluyo, Jan Derrick Nidar, Ma. Giselle Carla Nidar, Mr. and Mrs Markfil Augustus Bermundez, Ferdie Lontok, Reynado Ibanez, Jaynell De Peralta, Juanito Sy Jr, Nida Cacay, Sixto Cacay ilipinos around the world are considered one of the most versatile workers in different professional fields. MHHS Pathways to Canada recognizes this fact, and with the help of Mr. Ferdie Lontok, the organization further extended its free services by conducting a seminar on the technicalities of credential recognition and licensure procedures among Filipino engineers, technicians, and skilled trade workers. Last March 13th, eleven participants in the fields of engineering, welding, and electronics indulged in a discussion on how to make their skills an asset to the Canadian working environment by getting the right recognition as they enter their new world of works. Mr. Lontok, A Read Seal Electrican, and an Inspector introduced a systematic way of getting the participants’ credentials correctly assessed by asking the participants what their objectives are. The discussion had a very “BASURA NYO, HAHAKUTIN KO” WWW.PHILIPPINEASIANNEWSTODAY.COM A big win for the Philip-