Extension Extension Support Services

Extension Support Services Program (ESSP)

     Skills Training, Technical Assistance and Knowledge Transfer have formed part of ESSP accomplishments. Based on available data, the following were accomplished:

Skills Training

No. of Trainings 3
No. of Faculty Involved 4
No. of Trainees 55
Weighted No. of Participants 77.5
Image001The College of Engineering and Technology conducted the skills training entitled “Automotive Maintenance and Servicing Maintenance Course” to the selected participants from the Municipality of Lapaz Tarlac.
The three (3) skills training conducted are the Basic Automotive Servicing and Maintenance for La Paz LGU, Dishwashing Liquid Soap Making, Meat Processing and Burger Patty making.

 

Knowledge Transfer

No. of Trainings 12
No. of Faculty Involved 17
No. of Trainees 368
Weighted No. of Participants 246
Image003The College of Criminal Justice Education delivering the “Seminar on Different Laws Related to Children” to the Parents and Children of Sta. Lucia High School in Capas, Tarlac
The (12) knowledge transfer activities were on the topics of agriculture, hygiene/ sanitation, personality development, good manufacturing practices and child protection.

 

Image005Training on PBD Support Service for the Rural Development Implementers at Oasis Hotel, Clark, Pampanga.
Image007In partnership of TSU-ESO to the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR), a 1-Day “Seminar on Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)” was conducted with the heads and members of the Tillers Multipurpose Cooperative.

 

Technical Assistance

No. of Technical Assistance 15
Total No. of Faculty Involved 44

The forty-four (44) technical assistance were on the topics of site development plan, implementation, and gender sensitivity.