Training programs on traffic administration and management


By LCP Secretariat
February 10, 2016


Reference No. (2016-02-004)

 
MEMORANDUM
 
FOR : THE HONORABLE CITY MAYORS
 
FROM : Mayor Herbert M. Bautista
National President
 
RE : Training programs on the traffic administration and management
 
DATE: February 10, 2016

 


 

This refers to the letter from the National Center of Transportation Studies (NCTS) Training Coordinator, Engr. ShielaFlor D. Javier inviting participants to join their training programs. The courses they offered are for personnel involved in transportation, city planning, and other related functions. We believe that this program could benefit city personnel.

In line with this, we are pleased to share the list of course offerings, application procedure, and application form for their trainings. Should you have further inquiries, you may contact Engr. Javier directly at telephone nos. 929-0495 or 981-8500 local 3551, 3552, and 3553.

Thank you.

Mayor Herbert M. Bautista
LCP National President

Please click the following links to download the application form and training brochure.

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