“Matuwid na Pamamahala Tungo sa ARMM na Masagana’t Mapayapa”

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

TTSAT Receives Support from BEAM-ARMM

Ceremonial turn-over of garment tools and equipment from BEAM-ARMM Program to TTSAT. (L to R) BEAM-ARMM TVET manager Peter Belen, DepEd-ARMM BSE chief Dr Fatima Abubakar and TTSAT principal Mohammad Nur Tidal.
Bongao, Tawi-Tawi (February 21, 2014) – BEAM-ARMM handed-over a package of garment tools and equipment to Tawi-Tawi School of Arts and Trade (TTSAT) today. The package consists of: twenty-five (25) regular sewing machines with complete accessories; five (5) high powered sewing machines, steam pressed machine and flat irons, three (3) tailored-cutting tables and a sets of body-hangers. 

The turn –over ceremony was held at the school's garment shop of TTSAT. The AusAID-funded BEAM-ARMM was represented by Techvoc manager Engr. Peter Bellen who handed-over the package to TTSAT principal Mohammad Nur Tidal in a simple ribbon-cutting ceremony. Witnessing the turnover were DepED-ARMM BSE chief Dr. Fatima Abubakar, ORG chief of staff Amihilda Sangcopan, Bangsamoro Youth Affairs executive director Anwar Upahm, ORG sports director Al Trekke Dayan, Municipal accountant Mrs. Abdulmunap represented Mayor Jasper Que, school principal Wahid Sadat represented SDS Nuhayla Amirulhadz and provinicial mufti Abdulwahid Inju.

The PTA officers were present headed by its president and police officer Jumli with some officers. The school faculty was also in full force. 

BSE chief Dr Fatima Abubakar said, TTSAT is just one of the twenty-two (22) schools to be supported under the BEAM-ARMM component is supporting 22 secondary schools in the ARMM under its Tech Voc Program Component techvoc component and is also strategically connected with preparation for senior high school implementation which is expected to be mandatory for all junior high graduates by SY 2016-17.

Mindful of the essence of responsibility and accountability, Engr. Bellen, cited a line in “Spiderman” movie, saying “great power comes great responsibility”. And thus it goes, more tools and equipment means more responsibility. On his part, Mr. Tidal assured the best of what he and the whole faculty can do for the maximum utilization vis-à-vis the development of the technical skills of the TTSAT Senior High School Voc tech learners. The PTA president, as a police officer, committed to do his part in as far as the safety and security of the tools and equipment is concerned.

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