Monday, November 3, 2008

Learn and Earn: November 2008 TRC Schedule

Are you thinking of business appropriate for you to start or a "negosyong swak na swak" to your budget and to your passion ? Here are some training seminars schedule brought to you by Technology Resource Center (TRC).

By the way, the "Negosyo at Iba Pa" program is now airing over NBN4 every Saturday, 9:30PM (Philippines time), right after "The Working President" program starting November 1, 2008.

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Available Courses for November

Date/Time

Price

Assorted Brownies, Cookies and Bars
Lecture and hands-on: chewy moist brownies, nutty butterscotch bars, food for the Gods, chewy chocolate chip cookies, oatmeal raisin cookies, brownies with cream cheese, chocolate crinkles, supremes, butterscotch cookies, Florentines. Bring apron and hand towels.

Nov 4-5
9-5:30

3,399

Setting up a Junk Shop Business (with field trip)
Lecture: Trends and prospects of junk shop business, solid wastes and recyclable wastes for junk shop, costing, buying and selling techniques and pricing, tools and equipment requirements, investment requirement, manpower requirement.

Nov 4-5
8-4:30

3,289

How to Decorate Gift Packages
Lecture: new and unique trends in gift packaging and costing. Hands-on: gift bag with miniature doll, gift bag with ribbons and flowerettes, gift basket, junior-sized round cake box and miniature cake box.

Nov 5
8-4:30

1,815

Operating a Retail Store Business
(Mini-groceries, mini-supermarkets, manufacturer's outlet store), Store operations management, inventory control, marketing strategies, cost and return analysis.

Nov 5-6
8-4:30

2,959

Setting up a Hardware and Construction Supply Store
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.

Nov 6-7
8-4:30

2,959

Commercial Breadmaking and Bakery Management
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, apron and canister.

Nov 6-9
8-4:30

4,169

Swine Production (with field trip)
Starting a piggery business, general management for piglets and fatteners, housing and equipment, feeds and feeding, record keeping, analysis and interpretation, health management.

Nov 8-11
9-4:00

4,059

Setting up a Travel Agency
Lecture: role and functions of a travel agent, organizing the business, requirement for travel agency set-up, rules and regulations governing travel agencies, basic travel agency operations and office procedures, professional code of ethics, the travel agency and other providers of travel products - transportation, accommodations, etc.

Nov 10
8-4:30

1,375

Therapeutic Massage (Swedish Style)
Lecture and hands-on: implementing rules and regulations on massage, principles of massage, history of Swedish massage, massage manipulations, values on the practice of massage.

Nov 10-11
8-4:30

3,399

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 and diamond, plating of jewelry (gold to gold). Bring calculator.

Nov 11-12
8-4:30

3,399

Accounting and Record Keeping for Small Businesses
Lecture: bookkeeping, reporting and analysis of transaction results for small business operators and owners. Bring calculator.

Nov 12-13
8-4:30

2,959

Basic Meat Processing
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 (fresh native and canton), corned beef, hamburger and beef tapa. Bring apron and hand towels.

Nov 13-14
8-4:30

3,399

Trendy Balloon Decors
Lecture/Hands-on: material requirement and supplier, cost requirement, balloon twisting and how to make balloons as decorations.

Nov 14
8-4:30

1,815

Operating a Laundry Shop Business (Small-Scale)
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.

Nov 15-16
8-6:00

3,289

Fresh Flower Arrangement and Flower Shop Operation and Management (with field trip)
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.

Nov 15-17
8-4:30

3,729

Advance Meat Processing
Lecture: preparation of different types of meat products, quality control, marketing, and packaging. Hands-on: siomai, embutido, quekiam, luncheon meat, meat loaf, nuggets (pork and chicken), pork barbeque, spicy wings, pear-shaped ham and morcon. Bring apron and hand towels.

Nov 17-18
8-4:30

3,399

Commercial Breadmaking and Bakery Management
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, apron and canister.

Nov 20-23
8-4:30

4,169

Advance Fashion Accessories
Lecture: advanced techniques on method and design. Hands-on: Chain bracelet in multi-coiled wire method, Swarovski chain bracelet in wire winding and loop method, fashionable ring, bangle-type bracelet and charmed bracelet.

Nov 20
8-4:30

1,815

Perfumes and Colognes
Lecture: starting a perfume business, formulations, blending of essential oils, types of perfumes and colognes, product requirements, materials specifications, cost and return analysis. Hands-on: oil-based and water-based, cream perfumes for men and ladies, body splash, gel colognes and eaue de toilette.

Nov 21
8-4:30

1,815

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

Nov 22-23
8-4:30

2,959

Setting up a Travel Agency
Lecture: role and functions of a travel agent, organizing the business, requirement for travel agency set-up, rules and regulations governing travel agencies, basic travel agency operations and office procedures, professional code of ethics, the travel agency and other providers of travel products - transportation, accommodations, etc.

Nov 24
8-4:30

1,375

Basic Reservation and Ticketing for Travel Agencies (with field trip)
Lecture: introduction to travel agency ticketing procedures and preparing a passenger ticket.

Nov 25-26
8-4:30

2,959

Silkscreen Printing
Lecture: computer/digital art preparation, photographic stencil making, finishing - curing and drying, pressing techniques. Hands-on: t-shirt, ceramics, decals, glass and metal printing. Bring #0.5 technical pen, ink and USB.

Nov 26-28
8-4:30

3,729

Specialty Cakes and Pastries
Lecture: material and equipment specifications, functions of ingredients, product formulation, costing and pricing; Hands-on: mousse cake, black forest, crema de fruta, sans rival, apple pie, swiss roll, puff and danish pastry varieties. Bring calculator, apron, hand towels and canisters.

Nov 29-30
8-4:30

3,399

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 and diamond, plating of jewelry (gold to gold). Bring calculator.

Nov 29-30
8-4:30

3,399

A minimum number of five (5) participants is required per course.
Please make early reservation and we will call you for final confirmation three days before the training. Or you may contact Ms. Agnes Cruz at telephone no. 721-0063 and 727-6205 loc. 201.

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. ALL COURSE FEES ARE INCLUSIVE OF VAT
Note: Schedules are subject to change without prior notice. Only cash or company checks will be accepted.

Only TRC offers you the expert business and livelihood technology training courses that can transform your ideas into practice and profits.

TRAINING VENUE: TRC Building, 103 J. Abad Santos cor. Lopez Jaena Sts., Little Baguio, San Juan, City. TRC also offers group and corporate trainings with discounted rate.
Please inquire at 727-6205 loc. 208, 209 / 0928-5022684

The M-Vision Business Solutions may also design corporate training programs for your organization. Let us know what you need and will help you set-up your training designs specially for retirees, overseas Filipinos, women and budding entrepreneurs! :)


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