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DOLE-X releases computer sets to LGU Sinacaban and Aloran municipalities under NSRP
Oroquieta City --- The Department of Labor and Employment, Regional Office No. X (DOLE-X), through its Misamis Occidental Provincial Field Office (Mis. Occ.PFO) issued computer sets under the National Skills Registry Program (NSRP) to the municipality of Sinacaban on the 24th of January and to Aloran on 26th of January 2017 at their respective Municipal Halls, Misamis Occidental.
DOLE-X Mis. Occ. PFO Head Leonardo G. Rodrigo explained, “The establishment of the NSRP is designed to assist the Public Employment Service Office (PESO), the local counter of the Department, in facilitating the referral and placement of jobseekers in the community.”
In order to aid the implementation of the program, the two complete sets of computer units were turned over to the LGU of Sinacaban through PESO Manager Luviminda Galleto and to LGU Aloran through Municipal Mayor Junipher Roa and his PESO Manager Donald Martin Roa.
DOLE-X Regional Director Raymundo G. Agravante accentuated the importance of NSRP, which he said would help lessen the existing disparity between an individual’s skills against current job availability.
Subsequently, Rodrigo further said that the NSRP database through the Skills Registry System (SRS) will be installed in the computers in which the jobseekers will have to register their skills to have a bigger chance of being hired to the employers.
“Before the actual application of NSRP database, there will be a comprehensive orientation and technical training such as how to install the SRS Software and on how to utilize and access the various features of the program to enable implementers to have a common framework of understanding and appreciation of the SRS”, Rodrigo informed.
The SRS will be connected to PhilJobnet, the government’s online job portal accessible to jobseekers, recruitment agencies, and local and foreign employers for the need of manpower.
Also, SRS is envisioned to be the repository of information on skills certification and accreditation, licensure and employment both local and overseas.
Through the use of the said system, all required reports and statistical summaries can be generated making it usable Labor Market Information (LMI) which can be derived at the PESO Level and be consolidated at the provincial level to determine the overall performance of the NSRP in each municipality and city.
Moreover, PESO Managers Galleto and Roa were very fortunate to be chosen as among those of the project sites on the 5th wave of implementation of the said program.
After which, Mayor Roa likewise said, “We are very thankful to DOLE-X through its Provincial Field Office in Misamis Occidental for extending help that will solve the problem of skills-jobs mismatch and improve the quality of the Philippine labor force, thus enabling us to be more productive and globally competitive.”
End/Lorraine M. Roa/DOLE Mis Occ PFO

DOLE-X Mis. Occ. PFO Head Leonardo G. Rodrigo (standing) on his privileged speech with the Municipal Councilors explaining the importance of NSRP database for the jobseekers in their municipality on the 24th of January 2017 at Sinacaban Municipal Hall. (DOLE-X Mis. Occ. PFO)

DOLE-X Mis. Occ PFO Head Leonardo G. Rodrigo (first row, 2nd from right) turned over the complete set of computer to the PESO Manager Luviminda Galleto (4th from left)  together with Municipal Councilors and DOLE-X Senior LEO Rolando Mahusay and Jose Robles on the 24th of January 2017 at the Sinacaban Municipal Hall. (DOLE-X Mis. Occ. PFO)


From left: DOLE-X Mis. Occ. JO Lorraine Roa, Aloran PESO Manager Donald Martin Roa, DOLE-X Senior LEO Jose G. Robles, Aloran Municipal Mayor Junipher Roa, DOLE-X PFO Head Leonardo Rodrigo and Senior LEO Rolando M. Mahusay during the turnover of complete set of computer to the Municipality of Aloran on the 26th of January 2017. ((DOLE-X Mis. Occ. PFO)


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