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ENZOTech consistently produce highly competent and skilled graduates who are now gainfully employed in various industrial companies local and abroad. For 2018 alone, ENZOTech has seen great impact on the individuals who took Technical Vocational courses that the school has offered. It has produced one hundred seventy-four (174) graduates where one hundred thirty-three (133) or 77% are now gainfully employed in various companies local and abroad.

Of the three courses, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) remains the most popular course followed by Automotive Servicing (ATS) and Electrical Installation and Maintenance (EIM). Aside from the paying students, the school’s income derived mostly from the scholarship vouchers provided by TESDA through Senator Loren Legarda, Congresswoman Theresa Collantes and Eileen Ermita.

The Sugar Industry Foundation, Inc. (SIFI) and Pondong Batangan Community Foundation continued to extend support by providing scholarship grants to identified beneficiaries. In order to provide more employment opportunities to ENZOTech graduates, the Foundation partnered with the Philippine Assist Life Language Development Center. The Center offers free language training on Nihongo including the deployment to Japan of those who passed the training. To date, two (2) skilled workers have been deployed to Japan while three (3) are still completing their documents.

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