Pagadian prisoners take skills training


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To make them more productive and useful after serving their prison terms, close to 200 inmates of the Pagadian City jail started a one-month skills training conducted by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority and the Pagadian City Jail facility of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, a jail officer said.

BJMP regional director Arnulfo Obias said the training focused on house electrical installation, cell phone repair, computer machine/laptop repair, radio and television maintenance, and refrigeration technology.

Obias said their experience “will provide the beneficiary-inmates easy access to local jobs or self-employment to start a new life after they will have completed their detention.”

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