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SLO undergoes Trainers’ Training Program

Special Livelihood Office

June 30, 2017


The Special Livelihood Office (SLO) always opens its door and adopts additional livelihood programs as part of its continuing personal and skills development program. This scheme has been prearranged as one livelihood optionnot just for the benefit of theunit but for the people of Laguna the office is serving.


The SLO groupcomposed of Fe Bondoc, JemelieVillariña, Via Mia Madiz, Leslie Librada, Dennis Sibayan, RomeoleetoCapuz, Ciriaco Gabriel Jr. underwenta Training the Trainers program in candle making on June 29, 2017 at de Asis residencein Calle Onse, Barangay Calo, Bay, Laguna.Mrs. De Asis introduced candle making out of waste materials orblocks wax formed from melted candles. The informal activity started through a presentation of materials to be used such as: blocks of melted candle, can for boiling, strings, hangers (bamboo sticks) and stove.


The traditional process was demonstrated one at a time, from boiling of water, placing blocks of wax until they reached the melting point, then the dipping of strings (attached to bamboo sticks) to hold waxes, finally hanging of sticks for the cooling process of candles.

This training marks another record as far as the list of livelihood programs of SLObeing offered to residents of the province is concerned.