Workshop Alert: HOME-BASED CAREER for ENGINEERS

Are you a graduate of the courses listed below?
• Electronics Engineering
• Electrical Engineering
• Chemical Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Civil Engineering

Do you know that there is a rise in the Freelance Engineering Community? Research says that over the next few years, the engineering services industry will see a significant increase in the number of independent freelance engineers.

The Gig/Freelance Economy rates in Forbes’ top 5 HR trends for 2016 and beyond. It’s only a matter of time before the engineering industry catches up with what many other industries have known for years.

In fact, a shift is taking place and new engineering crowdsourcing sites are open which connects engineers with the clients who need them.
Having said that, if you are an Engineer who is seeking for opportunity in the global market, join us on December 9, 2017 , 1 pm- 5 pm for a seminar on How to Become a Freelance Engineer!

Be part of the rise of Freelance Engineers in the Philippines!

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

I. Introduction to Home-based Opportunities

  • Online Freelancing
  • Technopreneurship
  • Blogging
  • Affiliate Marketing

II. Online Freelancing in Focus

  • What’s in the Marketplace?
  • Discovering Potential Projects To Take On
  • Setting Your Service Pricing
  • Where & How To Find Your Clients

III. The Winning Mindset

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EVENT DETAILS:

Date : December 9, 2017
Time: 1PM to 5pM
Venue: QBO Innovation Hub

Learning Rates:

Early Bird Rate: Php 1,000
Early Bird Buy One Take One Rate: Php 1,700
Regular Rate: P1,500
Buy One Take One Rate: P2,500

**Workshop Fee is inclusive of handouts, certificates, giveaways and snacks!**

For more details contact:
VENI – veni.anabo@manilaworkshops.com | 09272816651

Register here: http://manilaworkshops.com/events/homebased-engineers-2

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Celebrate 2017 National Music Week with the NAMCYA

Celebrate 2017 National Music Week with the NAMCYA

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The National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA) National Finals Week coincides with the National Music Week celebrations on the last week of November.

To be held on November 21-26, 2017, the Cultural Center of the Philippines shall welcome young artists, musicians, trainors, and teachers who have reached the finals level in a nationwide competition that started early this year. Six ensembles presenting their region’s local traditions will also be presented in the Traditional Music Concert.

With generous support from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the week-long events will include competitions, outreach performances, and culminating and awarding concerts for solo instrument winners and group winners. Newly-Commissioned Works by Filipino composers will also be premiered during the Final Competitions.

The NAMCYA 2017 Finals Week Schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, November 21, 2017
2:00 PM Opening Ceremonies, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Senior Woodwinds, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Senior Piano, CCP Main Theater

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
5:00 PM Senior Voice, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Senior Strings, CCP Main Theater

Thursday, November 23, 2017
2:00 PM Children’s Solo Rondalla Instrument, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Youth Rondalla Ensemble, CCP Main Theater

Friday, November 24, 2017
5:00 PM Children’s Choir and Adult Choir, CCP Main Theater
6:00 PM Weeknights@6: Outreach Performance, Rizal Park Open Air Auditorium

Saturday, November 25, 2017
10:00 AM Traditional Music Concert, CCP Little Theater
5:00 PM Concert of Solo Instrument Winners, CCP Little Theater

Sunday, November 26, 2017
5:00 PM Concert of Group Winners and Closing Ceremonies, CCP Main Theater

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Admission is free for all events. For inquiries, please call the NAMCYA Secretariat at (02) 836-4928 / 836-4929 or visit www.namcya.com and our Social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Alden Richards spreads the love (not the germs) through a new song

Alden Richards spreads the love (not the germs) through a new song
Safeguard and the Pambansang Bae team up to remind Filipino to wash their hands

In this year’s Global Handwashing Day celebration, Safeguard has partnered with one of the most prominent personalities in the country today to bring attention to the importance of proper and habitual handwashing. The nation’s leading soap together with the “Pambasang Bae” Alden Richards join forces to educate Filipinos on the importance of handwashing through the power of a song.

Alden himself sang the handwashing song and invites every Filipino to make it a habit to unfailingly wash their hands with Safeguard in these 5 “hugas non-negotiables” — before “mano”, after using the toilet, before eating, after playing and before bonding. And more importantly, to spread the love and not the germs this holiday season.

If you’ve ever wondered the kind of impact personal hygiene really makes on the spread of germs and general health of the public, consider these sobering statistics gathered from the first Philippines Handwashing Index, a breakthrough study recently commissioned by the nation’s leading soap brand, Safeguard.

It has been discovered that Filipinos touch more than 23 other people per day, summing up to more than 90 ‘touches’ a day on average. However, they wash our hands only 5 times a day! There are other shocking findings that show opportunities for improvement on handwashing habits particular on specific occasions:
After using the toilet:
• 7 out of 10 Filipinos CLAIM to wash their hands after using the toilet but—ONLY 2 out of 10 really do.
• A shocking 64% of Filipinas DO NOT wash their hands at all after using a mall toilet.

Before eating and cooking
• It was observed that 60% of females washed their hands with water ONLY before cooking.
• Before feeding the kids, 40% washed their hands with water ONLY.

Before and after bonding:
o 80% of Filipinos DO NOT wash their hands after shaking hands with another person
o 40% of Filipinos DO NOT wash their hands before touching young children

After playing or travelling
o 49% DO NOT wash their hands after using their mobile phones
o 50% DO NOT wash their hands after traveling on public transportation

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If these statistics seem particularly innocuous, keep in mind that one of the fastest ways to spread germs and diseases is by human contact and ingesting contaminated food. Clearly, Filipinos haven’t nurtured the habit of proper hand washing, and based on statistics, a great number do not care. There’s a great opportunity to educate citizens that washing hands with soap can effectively remove disease-causing germs and is the most basic way to prevent oneself from getting sick.

Did you know that 1.5 million children around the world die every year due to diarrhea? As shocking as it may seem, diarrhea is the second most common cause of death among kids. UNICEF has declared that pneumonia takes the lives 1.8 million children globally each year. Furthermore, in a study done by DOH locally, it has been found out that pneumonia is the number one cause of death among Filipino children of age 1-14 years. Believe it or not, the simple habit of proper handwashing with an anti-bacterial soap can be an effective way of reducing these incidents.

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With the arrival of the ber months, these facts will become even more worrisome. The holidays mean more frequent gatherings with friends and family—and with it, the chances of you spreading germs to others increase.

“The results of the Philippine Handwashing Index indicate that Filipinos clearly haven’t nurtured the habit of proper handwashing. Which is why, Safeguard continues to take active steps to spread awareness on its relevance specifically through the Global Handwashing Day and through the new handwashing song with Alden Richards,” explains Jia Salindong- Du, Safeguard Philippines Brand Manager.

Ultimately, this is a call for every Filipino to do their part in promoting handwashing to keep everyone healthy and protected from germs throughout this season. Make it a habit to wash your hands with Safeguard in these 5 “hugas non-negotiables” — before “mano”, after using the toilet, before eating, after playing and before bonding.

Share the newest Safeguard handwashing song led by Alden to remind your friends and family about the significance of handwashing especially during the Christmas season:
https://www.facebook.com/SafeguardPhilippines/videos/1609451919112712/

Made especially for the holidays, Safeguard is launching its Christmas gift sets, which contain Safeguard Pure White Body Wash (400ML), Pure White Liquid Handsoap (225ML) and a FREE loofa. These limited editions packs will be available for only PHP 199 beginning October 15, 2017.