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The Technology Resource Center (TRC) conducts business and livelihood technology training courses that can transform your ideas into practice and profits. Join the TRC‘s business training courses for Filipinos this month of December 2013.

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VISIT HERE for Technology Resource Center (TRC) Training Schedule for 2014

Business and Livelihood Training Schedule for December 2013

Special Evening Sessions

Dec. 2-6
5:00 – 9:00

Hi-Fiber Breads                                                         Php5,000      
Lecture: Functions of ingredients, proportions and product formulations, equipment and
material sourcing, costing and pricing. Hands-on: squash, camote and ube bread products (pan de sal, ensaymada, bun and loaf bread). Bring calculator, hand towels and bread canisters.

Dec. 2-6
5:30 – 8:30

Basic Silkscreen Printing                                           Php4,419       Lecture/Hands-on: artwork preparation, mesh stretching, t-shirt/fabric printing, hand cut and photographic stencil making, finishing-curing and drying.

Dec. 9-13
5:30 – 8:30

Accounting for Non-Accountants                               Php3,775     Lecture/Workshop: concepts, termi-nologies, procedures and basic knowledge to analyze business transactions, collect information in accounting records and prepare general purpose financial statements for business entities. Bring calculator.

Dec. 10-12
5:00 – 9:00

Catering Business Operation                                          Php2,959    Lecture: Table setting, equipment, menu planning and preparation, costing and pricing. Hands-on: table skirting and napkin folding techniques. Bring calculator.

 

Dec. 11-12
5:30 – 8:30

How to be a Travel Service Provider                         Php1,596          
(Set-up your own Travel Service Business)                                          

Lecture: creating land arrangement packages and other travel services like facilitating
transport services, insurance and documents needed for travel such as visa and passport; importance of use of technology for easier access and servicing of clients which suits theneeds of a start-up entrepreneur who does not have the luxury of time or who prefers to do business from home.

   

Day Sessions

Dec. 2
9:00 – 5:30
Soft-Shelled Crab Fattening                                            Php1,375         Industry potentials, site selection, pond construction and maintenance, feeds and feeding, harvesting and marketing.

 

Dec. 2-3
9:00 – 5:30
Cupcake Varieties                                                            Php3,499       Lecture: Functions of ingredients, proportions and product formulations, equipment and material sourcing, costing and pricing. Hands-on: carrot, banana, lemon, black forest,walnut & dates cupcake with white chocolate gannache, red velvet with cream cheese frosting and mocha butter cupcake with salted caramel.
Dec. 2-3
8:00 – 4:30
Accounting and Record Keeping for Small Businesses   Php2,959
Lecture: bookkeeping, reporting and analysis of transaction results for small business operators and owners. Bring calculator.
Dec. 3-4
9:00 – 5:30
SORBETES (Commercial Production) (with field trip)         Php3,609         
Lecture: basic technology of ice cream production, material and equipment requirements, 
product formulation and costing. Demonstration: ice cream-on-stick preparation (pinipig crunch and other flavors). Hands-on: ice cream with assorted flavors.
Dec. 4-5
9:00 – 5:30
Chinese Dimsum                                                               Php3,499       Lecture: principle of Chinese cooking, utensils and equipment, functions of ingredients, etiquette of Chinese dining, costing. Hands-on: wonton soup, siomai, almond jelly, quekiam, siopao, cuapao, pork dumplings, crispy spring rolls, seafood chow mein and crispy butterfly prawns.
Dec. 4-6
9:00 – 5:30

Ornamental Plant Production & Practical Landscaping                        (with field trip)                                                                      Php3,729   
Types and kinds of garden plants, cultural management practices, control of pests and 
diseases, landscaping principles and planning, selection of plants for the garden, styles, watering techniques and system, remodelling a garden, materials and structural elements for the garden.

Dec. 5-7
9:00 – 4:00
Swine Production and Management (with field trip)         Php3,289             Starting a piggery business, general management for piglets and fatteners, housing and equipment, feeds and feeding, record keeping, analysis and interpretation, health management.
Dec .5
9:00 – 5:30

Hair Care Products                                                            Php3,729      
Lecture: status of hair care products industry, hair care product specification, sources of 
raw materials and pricing. Hands-on: shampoo, conditioner, hot oil, leave-on conditioner and hair shine/hair cuticle coat.

Dec. 6
9:00 – 5:30

Perfumes and Colognes                                                    Php1,815          
Lecture: starting a perfume business, formulations, types of perfumes and colognes, 
product requirements, material specifications, cost and return analysis. Hands-on: oilbased and water-based, cream perfumes for men and ladies, body splash, gel colognes and eau de toilette.

Dec. 6-7
9:00 – 5:30

Simple Business Planning                                                 Php2,959     
Lecture/Workshop: entrepreneurship, components of a business plan (marketingproduction & business operations, financial aspect).
Dec. 6-7
9:00 – 5:30
Basic Meat Processing                                                      Php3,499          
Lecture: meat preservation technology, production and quality control guidelines, packaging, handling and storage, new trends in the business. Hands-on: bacon, tocino, pork and chicken ham, pork sausage, corned beef, hamburger and beef tapa.
Dec. 6-7
9:00 – 5:30

Laundry Soap and Detergents                                          Php3,399          
Lecture: material specifications, product formulations, costing and pricing.      
Hands-on: Laundry bar soap, liquid and powdered detergents. Bring calculator.

Dec. 6-9
9:00 – 5:30

Food Service Management (with field trip)                         Php3,729      
Lecture: coffee shop, ethnic, gourmet, seafood and health food restaurants, canteen and 
carinderia management, menu planning, site selection, equipment, furnishings, personnel administration, marketing, advertising and cost control.

Dec. 7-9
9:00 – 5:30

Fresh Flower Arrangement and Flower Shop Operation and Management (with field trip)                                               Php3,729       
Lecture: creativity, balance, proportion, texture and color harmony, flower shop operation 
and organizational management, costing, pricing and sourcing of materials. Demonstrations on standing flower arrangements for inaugural, funeral and other important occasions. Hands-on: traditional round center piece, long and low arrangements, floral bouquet, line, plane and mass arrangements. Bring garden scissors.

Dec. 8-10
9:00 – 5:30

Home Bakeshop                                                                Php3,829     
Lecture: Functions of ingredients, proportions and product formulations, equipment and 
material sourcing, costing and pricing. Hands-on: cheese cupcake, pandan cake, choco cake with fudge icing, mocha rolls with mocha butter icing, Brazo de Mercedez, Custard Chiffon cake, brownies, butter-hand cookies, choc chip with peanut butter and crinkles. Bring calculator.

Dec. 9-11
9:00 – 5:30
Silkscreen Printing                                                         Php3,729 
     
This course covers the study and practices on basic and advance screen printing 
processes such as hand cut and photographic stenciling method for single/multi-colored job and the use of different types of ink and substrate. Lecture/Hands-on: artworkpreparation, mesh stretching, t-shirt/fabric printing, hand cut and photographic stencil making, finishing-curing and drying.
Dec. 9-11
9:00 – 4:00

Layer Production (Table Egg)                                                            and Management (with field trip)                                        Php3,289          
Layer breed, production manage-ment, housing, nutrition, feeds and feeding management 
and production economics.

Dec. 10
9:00 – 5:30
Corsage and Bouquet Making                                         Php1,815      
Lecture: creativity, ribbon making and wiring techniques. Hands-on: corsage, 
headdresses, flower baskets, boutonniere and bouquets for the maid of honor, bridesmaid and bride, wrist and car bouquets. Bring garden scissors and pliers.
Dec. 10-11
8:00 – 4:30
Catering Business Operation                                          Php2,959     
Lecture: Table setting, equipment, menu planning and preparation, costing and pricing.
Hands-on: table skirting and napkin folding techniques. Bring calculator.
Dec. 11-12
9:00 – 5:30
Basic Cake Decorating                                                     Php3,499    
Preparation and application of boiled sugar icing, sugar flowers, gumpaste figurines and 
flowers, lettering, bordering and flower bunching.
Dec. 11-13
9:00 -5:30
Starting a Travel Service Business                               Php3,729 
     

Lecture: Nature and types of travel business, setting up process, travel products and 
services and their incomes, the legal and capital requirements of the business and some basic travel technicalities for owners such as geography, reservation procedures of major suppliers – airlines, ships and hotels, E-ticketing procedures and the computerized booking system. Workshop: written exercises and actual booking exercises using computer. Bring calculator.
Dec. 11-14
9:00 – 5:30
Commercial Breadmaking and Bakery Management    Php4,269     
Lecture: Functions of ingredients, proportions and product formulations, equipment and 
material sourcing, costing and pricing, bakery management. Hands-on: pan de sal, monay,ensaymada, raisin bread, buns, bread rolls, loaf bread, and bread with fillings. Bring calculator, hand towels and bread canisters.
Dec. 13-14
9:00 – 5:30

Herbal Bath Soap                                                                Php3,399     
Lecture: material 
specifications, product formulation, preparation of extract, plant operations, costing and pricing. Hands-on: papaya, cucumber and carrot soap, germicidal & moisturizing bath soap.

Dec. 13 & 15
9:00 – 5:30
Setting up a Hardware and Construction Supply Store  Php2,959  
     Lecture: History, design and operation, definition of terms, selection of site, organization, nature of the business, stock and inventories control, costing and pricing, terms of payment, market potentials, projected return of investment and assumptive income analysis.
Dec. 14-15
8:00 – 6:00

Operating a Laundry Shop Business (Small-Scale)          Php3,289     
Lecture: plant layout and design: production flow, job function; customer service and its 
place in the textile care industry; operating a small laundry washing machine, pressing, laundry washroom chemistry, market strategy including pricing, promotion, site selection. Environmental management concerns.

Dec. 14-15
9:00 – 5:30
Jewelry Appraisal and Pawnshop Operation                                      
Lecture: gold testing and diamond grading, pricing, valuation and identification
of gemstones, government laws and implementing guidelines related to pawnshop operation. Hands-on: determining genuine stones and appraising of gold & diamond. Bring calculator.
Dec. 14-15
9:00 – 5:30
Basic Culinary Principles and Techniques                      Php3,499    

Lecture: basic principle of cooking, materials used, learning to substitute ingredients from 
the traditional to innovative and nutritious food components, suggestions on cost-effective menu preparations, hygienic food preparations, including presentation of meals for family and simple gatherings. Hands-on: different culinary preparations.

Please call at telephone nos.: Direct lines (632) 822-9712, (632) 822-5087 trunkline: (632) 822-5418 locals 201/203/204


TRAINING VENUE: 2/F Jacinta II Bldg., EDSA Guadalupe, Makati City (beside Metro Manila Development Authority-MMDA)

Note: Schedules are subject to change without prior notice.

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