The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Romblon Provincial Office in collaboration with the Department of Social Welfare and Development recently conducted an Entrepreneurial Development Training among the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) beneficiaries of DSWD held at Koika Hall, Poblacion Looc, Romblon.
The 25 participants are fisher folks and vendors of Looc, Romblon who are beneficiaries of the SLP program of DSWD. Robert M. Muros, Officer in Charge of Business Development Division and Janet S. Rufon, Trade and Industry Development Specialist (TIDS) conducted the training in a simulation based business skills development tool masquerading as a game that simulates real market conditions and business scenarios in the training room.
It is called BEST Game or Business-Expenses-Savings Training – game.
The training environment occurs in small groups and makes use of real life role playing, which runs throughout the training programme.
Muros further encourage the 25 participants to maximize the use of their resources to meet the growing market demand for seafood products locally and nearby provinces.