MANILA -Conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) is ramping up the training of workers and potential new hires to support investments in ongoing airport and railway projects.
The food, beverage, energy and infrastructure giant recently announced a partnership with the Technical Education Skills and Development Authority (Tesda) to train workers for new projects such the P740- billion New Manila International Airport in Bulacan province.
The agreement expands the tie-up with Tesda to include more provinces “to maximize job and livelihood creation”, a statement showed.
“This is a great opportunity for many of our countrymen. The airport project and all our other projects, will not …
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