20
Mar
2020

Livelihood Training Programs for Unemployed Filipinos

livelihood trainingsThe Department of Labor and Employment reports that the number of unemployed persons in July 2009 was estimated at 2.9 million persons, higher by 6.3 percent than the estimate reported last year of the same survey period at 2.7 million persons. In addition, there is an estimated half a million graduates who would be looking for a job giving the country an approximate 7.7 percent unemployment rate for the year 2009 from 7.4 percent in 2008. Even worst, more and more Filipinos are being displaced by companies everyday here and abroad.

Faced with this kind of problem, Filipinos are left with no choice but to find other means to earn a living. One good option is to create your own business and be your own boss. There are business agencies and government institutions that make livelihood training programs available to those who are committed to start their own business. This would be the answer to the growing unemployment rate in the country.

This will help many aspiring young entrepreneurs to learn lessons from business operation to entrepreneurship as well as marketing. Most of these business and livelihood training agencies offered courses from entrepreneurship, product development, marketing and financing. They also have available brochures, booklets and CDs that would help and guide aspiring Filipino entrepreneurs in starting and executing their business. To generate even a wider reach, some of these agencies established their own TV program aired over different television shows aiming to create a livelihood opportunities for more Filipinos.



Below are agencies that offer detailed and specific training programs on livelihood skills and technologies, as well as business management. Some of these business agencies also offer Free Business and Livelihood Trainings. Should you be interested in attending these programs, you can call the following organizations or visit their websites:

Don’t lose hope. Being jobless is not the end of your life, this may even be the biggest blessing in disguise for you. Face the challenge. Start now by enrolling at the courses offered by business agencies, and open a small business that could be your ladder of success.

Photo: dfa.gov.ph

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22 Responses

  1. Emilio Barbo Jr says:

    Gusto ko pong mag lunsad ng livelihood programs/projects para dito sa lugar namin sa payatas. Livelihood programs/projects na madali po at sustainable na mapapakinabangan bilang kabuhayan ng mga taga rito sa payatas.

  2. Elisa langcay says:

    Gusto ko po mag lead ng isang livelihood program. Para makatulong din po sa ibng tao. Sana po mapansin nyo ako salamat pls. Guide me…

  3. German balanay says:

    Gusto ko pong matuto kung papaano gumawa ng toyo soy ,,,mga sangkap nito ,,,proseso,,atb pang dapat ptocedure,,,

  4. ROLANDO REAL says:

    Why not the government make a solution for this unemployed individuals. Why not hiring them to clean streets, more police, enforcers etc. Why government did not use minerals and oils in our country. Mining and oil are taking by some countries.Why not our government oprate it? Why our government do not purchase equipments to be used to build our own business.Steel, Nickel Copper, gold, cobalt, charcoal, and duterium resources . Who own these? who managed? and who benefited these? Why are we still depend on importation? Rice Production why our government do not buy our own products?

  5. lorena says:

    Pls do update for ur livelihood program and frojects..tank you…

  6. james says:

    sa dgte po meron ba?

  7. To all Filipinos , earn money at the comfort of your own home.
    Work without a boss. This is for real for I am one.
    for more details, kindly visit http://www.unemployedpinoys.com or send a message to
    0927-784-2247

  8. cee jay says:

    TODAY, unemployment is not a failure, but rather an opportunity to be a FREEMAN! There’s an online data research and encoding job for you to EARN and enjoy time with your family and loved ones. For more details, kindly visit http://www.unemployedpinoys.com/

  9. svan hiramis says:

    FOR THOSE WHO WANT PART TIME JOB:
    COME AND JOIN US…BE AN ENCODER
    START EARNING WHILE HAVING TIME WITH YOUR LOVE ONES…
    pls. visit wwwunemployedpinoyscom for more details
    send me you gmail account if you are interested. hiramissvan8@gmail.com..Happy Working At Home!

  10. bean says:

    A better economy means nothing if anyone can’t find a job. improvement in national economy should means more jobs, but this is not the case. jobs will open up but these jobs requires people of higher education. not the kind most people in the Philippines are qualified for and foreign investments doesn’t do anything for this problem. all we need is some initiative and sense

    for more details, kindly visit http://www.unemployedpinoys.com

  11. san ang training center nyo?

  12. Nimfa Obias Parafina says:

    pls. do upd8 me your livelihood programs dat will be held in bicol,.tnx.,

  13. Alma Zerrudo says:

    would appreciate if u could send me materials on different livelihood programs and list of skills training appropriate for potential entreps. thanks

  14. We will be having FREE DEMO on Perfume Making. Just call 856-9791 for details. Thanks.

  15. I am 8th pass. now I want any employment training from govt. will u help me in doing so?

  16. More livelihood training courses available at Tagumpay Training Center. Call 856-9791. Look For Ronald.

    ook for Ronald.

  17. Edwin Bartolome says:

    update me to your livelihood program and project god bless po!

  18. Pls do update me your livelihood programs and projects..ty.

  19. Valdesdonald says:

    hello po…magandang araw po.  ako po si donald valdes ng tondo, manila. kanino po kaya ako puwedeng humingi ng tulong para sa kaunting puhunan pampatayo ng maliit na tindahan sa harap ng aming bahay? ako po ay nawalan ng trabaho kailan lamang po at hindi ko po alam ang aking gagawin upang mabuhay sa ngayon ang aking pamilya. may 5 anak ako na pawang nag-aaral. magkokolehiyo ang isa, ang isa ay 2nd year highschool, isang grade 5,  isang grade 4 at isang grade 1. buntis din ang asawa ko at wala ring trabaho. kailangang kailangan ko po ng tulong at wala talaga kaming pera sa ngayon. kahit po panimulang loan lamang upang magpatayo ng kahit maliit na tindahan dito sa tondo, manila. salamat po! maaari po akong sulatan sa aking facebook account or atleast dito po sa  e-mail add (valdesdonald@yahoo.com) ko. ang aking number po ay 2374007. 

  20. hiraite14 says:

    can i ask who blogged this?

  21. rucelle says:

    if we can asks some advice to know some livelihood programs that can use to improve our place?

  22. masmasika says:

    Hi, actually, I have taken a courses in one of the livelihood schools you mentioned but nothing happened. I am now earning through online writing while doing tutorial jobs. I guess one just have to hone one’s skills and not involve oneself to so many things because it will only confuse you. Thanks though for sharing. These business news will help a lot of Pilipinos.

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