CEBU CITY (Sat 08 Mar 2014) – Members of all seven JCI Chapters in Cebu attended the first two JCI Official Courses trainings initiated by JCI Central Visayas Regional Vice President, Kenneth Mark S. Migrino for the year to kick-off the celebration of JCI Philippines National Training Month.
The first Filipino Training Committee Chairperson, Kenneth C. Kabingue, conducted the JCI Achieve course while JCI Cebu 2012 President and JCI Philippines’ (JCIP) 2012 Outstanding President (Category II) Bethuel V. Tanupan conducted the JCI Impact and facilitated the Project A.C.T. Workshop. The Project A.C.T. Workshop was developed by the 2014 National Training Director and 2009 JCI Philippines’ Best of Best Outstanding President Christopher M. Camba under the directive of JCIP’s 2014 National President Christine P. Garcia. Both trainings were conducted back-to-back, today, in Cebu Grand Hotel.
“It is a great privilege to host the region’s first two regional training initiatives,” enthused 2014 President Ryan Expeditus C. Andales of JCI Cebu-Mactan Channel, the host of the two trainings. “Having two accomplished leaders both in the JCI arena and their respective professions as trainers have made this project not only quite substantive for us, but extremely meaningful, as well, as we continue our pursuit to empower our individual members to push for sustainable impact in our community while anchored to our values, identity, and purpose”,” Pres Ryan continued. “This is part of the chapter’s Build, Retain, Sustain training series for this year,” the chapter’s 2013 President and 2014 Local Training Director Jay Carl del Rosario pointed out.
Graduates of the two courses, as well as the other trainers in Area IV (Visayas) will convene on March 15, 2014, here in Cebu City for the first ever Train the Trainors event initiated by the Area Training Director and Five-Star Trainer Rolly Q. Abarro. Rolly is part of the team from JCI Cebu which won as the Debating Champion during the 2013 JCI Asia Pacific Conference in Gwangju, Korea.
More photos of the trainings can be viewed here.
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