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Anihan Technical School is a project of The Foundation for Professional Training, Inc. (FPTI). Established in 1986.

Friday, May 25, 2018

Anihan Graduate Kitchen Specialist at UCC

Anihan 2017 graduate, Kitchen Specialist in UCC Ueshima Coffee Company 

Anihan graduate, Jessica, is a Kitchen Specialist in UCC Ueshima Coffee. She did her on-the-job-training at UCC Fort CafĂ© Terrace located at BGC Taguig for almost 4 months. 

“I am Jessica Mamaril. I live in Brgy Milagrosa, Calamba City. I have only one sibling. My mother and father are both working in SM Calamba for almost 5 years.  After I graduated in high school, I stopped for at least 1 year to take care of my sibling"

"My parents decided to send me to Anihan Technical School because it was very near in our house. I found Anihan a beautiful school and I knew there were many things to learn here, especially in terms of baking and cooking. It was a big help to our family because I did not worry about the everyday expenses in transportation. And as far as I knew, Anihan offers only 2 years of study, and after graduating, the school will help you find work. It made me more interested in going to that school. We even felt that it was a big privilege to us"

"Anihan School improved and added to my skills, and made me more confident. Anihan also taught me how to be friendlier to everybody. And most important of all, Anihan taught me how to be closer to God. They mold each student to be a good person - a person with concern and love for work. Anihan assures that we will continue to practice the virtues, values and good manners that our teachers taught us. And that we should always be a good example to the younger ones"

"I am very thankful to Anihan Technical School, and most especially to the sponsors who never stop helping the students in their studies. Now I am able to help my family by supporting their everyday expenses"

Friday, May 11, 2018

Anihan Graduate Pastry Chef at Hill Creek Gardens

Anihan graduate, Jovielyn Topular-Ferma is a Pastry Chef at Hill Creek Gardens

Anihan 2009 graduate, Jovie is a Pastry Chef at Hill Creek Gardens Tagaytay. Jovie used to work at Punlaan Training Center as Assistant Monitor and as a Commis Chef 3 at T House Bed and Breakfast.

Jovie said, “I was able to support my sister who also finished at Anihan. I am continuing to support two more of my siblings who are studying in the province. I was also able to buy my family in the province a small house near the sea, and am able to continue helping them financially even if I have my own family now"

"I learned so many things at Anihan, but I will always cherish the lesson they taught me: to put love in all I do because every work done well is an offering to our Lord. I also value that attitudes and virtues that Anihan helped me develop which I can apply in my field of work. I salute Anihan for forming many less-privileged women into becoming women of work who do their work well to help others for the benefit of our society, and for God’s glory.”

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Anihan Graduate Line Cook 3 at Contis Restaurant

Anihan 2017 graduate: Line cook 3 in Contis Bakeshop and Restaurant at SM Southmall, Las Pinas

Anihan Technical School graduate, Kimberly Balisacan did her On-the-Job-Training as Sales Assistant at Contis Bakeshop and Restaurant in October, 2016. The venue hired her immediately after her graduation, and now she is working at Contis Bakeshop and Restaurant at SM Southmall, Las Pinas.

"I am Kimberly Balisacan and I live in Muntinlupa City. I finished my secondary schooling at Muntinlupa National High School. My mother is a full time house wife and my father is a construction worker. I have two siblings; my eldest brother, named Bernard, took up criminology in University of Perpetual Help in Binan, Laguna. He was not able to finish his studies because of financial limitations. My second brother, named Michael, took Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science at Technological University of the Philippines."

"I applied to study in Anihan because I wanted to help my family. I love cooking and I want to be a successful chef. I learned a lot in Anihan, in fact, they taught me how great, how merciful and how God works in the lives of every person, despite their ups and down. I learned to handle different emotions."

"I am now facing the real world...everyone of us has the challenge of lifting our lives from poverty. With the help of Anihan, I became strong and invulnerable in facing those difficulties, with the help of God and in total dependence on Him. I am very thankful to Anihan for molding me into a God-fearing individual,equipped to do good works"

Friday, April 13, 2018

Anihan Graduate:An Anihan Teacher

Anihan 2005 graduate, Merry Chris Leron is an Anihan Faculty Teacher

Anihan graduate, Merry Chris is a full time teacher at Anihan Technical School. In 2009 she applied in Anihan and was accepted as a Kitchen Lab Assistant. While working, she took the Hotel and Restaurant Management course of Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU), ETEAP (Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program) and graduated in 2015. Now she has been promoted to a full-time faculty member of Anihan School teaching baking and packaging classes.

“When I graduated from Anihan, I worked at the Anihan Livelihood Center for about three years. Then I moved to the Laguna Hills Study Camp and became a Dining Attendant for almost two months. Because of my family's inadequate income I decided to work at Panasonic as a Production Operator for about half a year. I then took a diploma course in Information Technology course at STI in 2008. Because of limited finances, I decided to be a working student. I applied again at the Anihan Livelihood Center and I was fortunate that I was taken in again. After my contract with them, I moved to the PNCC (Philippine National Construction Corporation) as a Toll Teller for almost five months. There, I met my husband - Lawrence who is currently working at Allegro Microsystem Company. As of now, we have one child”

 “Because of Anihan, I was able to help my parents with their daily expenses at home. My two younger sisters also graduated from Anihan, and are currently working in well-known establishments. As an eldest daughter, it was not easy to pursue my collegiate studies because of financial limitations, but I did not give up because I knew God always helps and guides me”

 “I am very grateful to Anihan Technical School because I finished my studies.  Although studying at Anihan was not my first choice, I am glad I went there because I had the opportunity to get to know God, and I learned to cook and bake. Thank you very much to those generous people who continuously help the school. Thank you to my mentor who guides me and my whole family. Thank you Anihan family”