Workshop Alert: HOME-BASED CAREER for ENGINEERS

Are you a graduate of the courses listed below?
• Electronics Engineering
• Electrical Engineering
• Chemical Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Computer Engineering
• Civil Engineering
Do you know that there is a rise in the Freelance Engineering Community? Research says that over the next few years, the engineering services industry will see a significant increase in the number of independent freelance engineers.
The Gig/Freelance Economy rates in Forbes’ top 5 HR trends for 2016 and beyond. It’s only a matter of time before the engineering industry catches up with what many other industries have known for years.
In fact, a shift is taking place and new engineering crowdsourcing sites are open which connects engineers with the clients who need them.
Having said that, if you are an Engineer who is seeking for opportunity in the global market, join us on December 9, 2017 , 1 pm- 5 pm for a seminar on How to Become a Freelance Engineer!
Be part of the rise of Freelance Engineers in the Philippines!
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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
I. Introduction to Home-based Opportunities

  • Online Freelancing
  • Technopreneurship
  • Blogging
  • Affiliate Marketing

II. Online Freelancing in Focus

  • What’s in the Marketplace?
  • Discovering Potential Projects To Take On
  • Setting Your Service Pricing
  • Where & How To Find Your Clients

III. The Winning Mindset
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EVENT DETAILS:
Date : December 9, 2017
Time: 1PM to 5pM
Venue: QBO Innovation Hub
Learning Rates:
Early Bird Rate: Php 1,000
Early Bird Buy One Take One Rate: Php 1,700
Regular Rate: P1,500
Buy One Take One Rate: P2,500
**Workshop Fee is inclusive of handouts, certificates, giveaways and snacks!**
For more details contact:
VENI – veni.anabo@manilaworkshops.com | 09272816651
Register here: http://manilaworkshops.com/events/homebased-engineers-2

Event Alert: Home-based Career for ENGINEERS

Home-based Career for Engineers

Learn How to Become a Freelance Engineer

Technology is changing a lot of things. It is changing the world. It is changing lives. It is changing ways to earn.  It has created significant changes in profession. It has created significant changes in the workplace. With long commute and being stuck in traffic and with the dilemma of balancing career and personal life, working from home often solves this problem. With these changes, some companies and businesses are now adapting a work at home opportunity.

Today is a good time to start a home-based career because of 3 factors:

  • Increase Demand Services Worldwide
  • Unlimited Income Potential
  • Current Trend

Working from home is one of the ways the future works and those Engineers can participate in this industry either as a part-time or full-time freelance engineer.
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The seminar will discuss the following:
I. Introduction to Home-based Opportunities

  1. Freelancing
  2. Technopreneurship
  3. Blogging
  4. Affiliate Marketing

II. Winning Mindset

  1. The Core Values
  2. The Power of Attitude

III. How to Get Started With
A. Freelancing

  1. Engineering Skills
  2. Where to Apply
  3. How to Apply

B. Technopreneurship

  1. Home-based Business Ideas
  2. Steps to Get Started

C. Tools and Digital Marketing Skills
Take your Engineering Skills Globally! Discover how you can maximize your Engineering profession, live the life you want and earn at the comforts of your home.
THE SPEAKER:
Jane  Maghanoy is a Virtual Assistant, Entrepreneur, and WAHM Coach. She is also the Founder and Managing Director of her own company, Jass Online Solutions (www.jassonlinesolutions.com),  a digital marketing agency providing online business solutions on virtual assistance, domain registration, web hosting, web design & development, Search Engine Optimization, and Social Media Marketing. Jane is an Electronics Communications Engineer and worked for 9 years in the corporate world before she decided to quit her job and work from home.
EVENT DETAILS:
Date : October  15, 2016
Time: 1PM to 5pM
Venue: Ortigas Foundation Library
2nd Floor, Ortigas Building, Ortigas Ave., Pasig City

LEARNING RATES:
Early Bird Rate: P1,000 (until Sept 17)
Bring-a-Buddy Rate: P1,700 (until Sept 17)
Regular Rate: P1,500
Bring-a-Buddy Rate: P2,500

 

TO REGISTER visit:

 

For INQUIRIES, please contact:
veni.anabo@manilaworkshops.com or 0927-2816651

Home-based 101: How to earn from home as a VA and a Blogger

Are you looking for more flexibility in your work life than what you currently have?

Are you considering  to quit your job and look for opportunities to work from home while raising your child?

Do you want to know what it takes to be a VA or Virtual Assistant?

Do you want to know how you can start your own online business?

Have you been dreaming to have your own blog, but don’t know where to start?

Or you have your blog already, but have no idea how to monetize it?

If your answer is YES to any of the above, then this workshop might be for you!

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WORKSHOP OUTLINE:
A. Intro to Internet Opportunities
B. The Winning Mindset

  • The Core Values
  • The Power of Attitude

C. Home-based Opportunities

  1. How to be a Virtual Assistant
  • Tools & Skills
  • Where to Apply
  • How to Apply
  1. How to start a Home-based Business
  • Upwork Agency (recruitment)
  • Online Re-selling (online shop)
  1. How to create an active and passive income through Blogging
  • Basics of Blogging
  • How to set-up a blog from scratch
  • How much does it cost to create a blog
  • 3 Ways to Earn from Blogging

i. Affiliate Marketing

ii. Sponsored Posts

iii. Ads

  • How to apply for Google Adsense and how to maximize your blog’s earnings with Adsense

WARNING: Blogging is not a get-rich-quick scheme, but it can be a good source of active and passive income if done the right way.
THE SPEAKERS:

Jane  Maghanoy is a Virtual Assistant, Entrepreneur, and WAHM Coach. She is also the Founder and Managing Director of her own company, Jass Online Solutions (www.jassonlinesolutions.com),  a digital marketing agency providing online business solutions on virtual assistance, domain registration, web hosting, web design & development, Search Engine Optimization, and Social Media Marketing. Jane is an Electronics Communications Engineer and worked for 9 years in the corporate world before she decided to quit her job and work from home.

 

Janice Sabitsana is the woman behind the personal finance blog, www.PinayInvestor.com. She is also the current COO of Manila Workshops. After working in the BPO industry for 7 years, she decided to resign to take care of her baby and start a home-based career as a blogger, stock market investor, and event director. She’s been blogging for two years and she’s now maintaining 10 blogs in different niches with different business models. She has also recently published her first e-book, entitled, “How to Quit your Job and Start Working from Home.”

 

EVENT DETAILS:
Date: August 27, 2016
Time: 9AM – 5PM
Venue: TBA
(We’re still waiting for confirmation from our venue partners in Ortigas, Makati, and Taguig. We’ll announce the venue as soon as we get confirmation. Thank you.)

 

LEARNING RATES:
Regular Rate: P2,500
Bring-a-Buddy Rate: P4,000

 

For INQUIRIES, please contact:
Veni at veni.anabo@manilaworkshops.com or 0927-2816651

The Askable Parent: How to Talk to Your Kids about Sexuality, Love, & Relationships

There’s no place like home for value-centered sexuality education.
1 Children want parents to be their primary and most important sexuality educator. Unfortunately, most parents feel that they lack the confidence and competence to dialogue with their children about sexuality-related concerns.
2 With parents’ delay and embarrassment in discussing sex, intimacy, relationships, and other related issues, children typically seek answers from other sources like their peers and the Internet. This parenting workshop aims to:

  • Explore personal attitudes, beliefs and values about sex and sexuality;
  • Define sexuality education and debunk myths and misconceptions about it;
  • Enhance awareness about the sexual behaviors of Filipino youth and the specific challenges they face in making a healthy transition from adolescents to adults; and
  • Provide tools that will equip the modern-day fathers/mothers become Askable Parents.

July Event

1. Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is an age-appropriate, culturally relevant approach to teaching about sexuality and relationships by providing scientifically accurate, realistic, non-judgemental information (UNESCO, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO. 2009. International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education).

2. According to the Young Adult Fertility and Sexuality Study (YAFS, 2013), the proportion of 15-24 year-old youth who ever discussed sex at home while growing up has declined in the last 10 years from 15.4 percent in 1994 to 9.7 percent in 2013.

ABOUT COACH PAMMY

Coach Pammy

Pamela a.k.a. ‘Pammy’ Godoy is the author of the book “Sex, Virginity, and Relationships: What I Wish I Knew in College” where she shared about her story, struggles, and lessons learned as a teenage mom. This is such a timely book as twenty four (24) babies are delivered by teenage mothers every hour (according to the 2014 report of the Philippine Statistical Authority).

Given our highly sexualized environment, kids’ easy access to pornographic materials, and the persistent discomfort to discussing sexuality-related issues, Pammy Godoy is on a mission to equip parents to become their children’s primary sexuality educator. She hopes to create a movement of Askable Parents who are able to create teachable moments on love, dating, and relationships. She believes that when young people are empowered with positive values, life skills, and knowledge with regard to their wellbeing and sexuality, they can make conscious, healthy and respectful choices about their sexuality and relationships.

In her capacity as a United Nations Officer since 2008, she worked with the Department of Education (DepEd) for the inclusion of adolescent reproductive health through life skills-based education for in-school and out-of-school youth. She collaborated with the Department of Health (DOH) and World Health Organization for the development of the National Standards of Adolescent-Friendly Health Services. She worked with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and Commission on Population on its programs on “Parenting Adolescents.”

Pammy has been working with the DSWD, Philippine Commission on Women and NGOs to address the issue of violence against women and children in both development context and post-disaster settings.

Prior to joining United Nations (UN), she taught Gender Studies and Women’s Studies at De La Salle University (DLSU) – Manila and St. Scholastica’s College, respectively. She created awareness among call center agents about HIV and AIDS in partnership with MTV Asia and DKT Philippines. Pammy holds a Masters degree, major in Communication and minor in Women’s Studies, from the University of the Philippines – Diliman.

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EVENT DETAILS:

DATE: July 23, 2016

TIME: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

VENUE: TBA
LEARNING RATES:
Early Bird Rate (per person):                         PHP 1,000.00
Early Bird Rate (per couple):                          PHP 1,800.00
Regular Rate:                                                      PHP 1,200.00
Regular Couple Rate:                                        PHP 2,000.00
VIP (front row seating with FREE book):     PHP 1,900.00
*Inclusive of snacks.
To register click HERE
CONTACT:     Veni Anabo
veni.anabo@manilaworkshops.com
0927-2816651 / 0925-8956740

The Askable Parent: How to Talk to Your Kids about Sexuality, Love, & Relationships

There’s no place like home for value-centered sexuality education.
1 Children want parents to be their primary and most important sexuality educator. Unfortunately, most parents feel that they lack the confidence and competence to dialogue with their children about sexuality-related concerns.
2 With parents’ delay and embarrassment in discussing sex, intimacy, relationships, and other related issues, children typically seek answers from other sources like their peers and the Internet. This parenting workshop aims to:

  • Explore personal attitudes, beliefs and values about sex and sexuality;
  • Define sexuality education and debunk myths and misconceptions about it;
  • Enhance awareness about the sexual behaviors of Filipino youth and the specific challenges they face in making a healthy transition from adolescents to adults; and
  • Provide tools that will equip the modern-day fathers/mothers become Askable Parents.

July Event

1. Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is an age-appropriate, culturally relevant approach to teaching about sexuality and relationships by providing scientifically accurate, realistic, non-judgemental information (UNESCO, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO. 2009. International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education).

2. According to the Young Adult Fertility and Sexuality Study (YAFS, 2013), the proportion of 15-24 year-old youth who ever discussed sex at home while growing up has declined in the last 10 years from 15.4 percent in 1994 to 9.7 percent in 2013.

ABOUT COACH PAMMY

Coach Pammy

Pamela a.k.a. ‘Pammy’ Godoy is the author of the book “Sex, Virginity, and Relationships: What I Wish I Knew in College” where she shared about her story, struggles, and lessons learned as a teenage mom. This is such a timely book as twenty four (24) babies are delivered by teenage mothers every hour (according to the 2014 report of the Philippine Statistical Authority).

Given our highly sexualized environment, kids’ easy access to pornographic materials, and the persistent discomfort to discussing sexuality-related issues, Pammy Godoy is on a mission to equip parents to become their children’s primary sexuality educator. She hopes to create a movement of Askable Parents who are able to create teachable moments on love, dating, and relationships. She believes that when young people are empowered with positive values, life skills, and knowledge with regard to their wellbeing and sexuality, they can make conscious, healthy and respectful choices about their sexuality and relationships.

In her capacity as a United Nations Officer since 2008, she worked with the Department of Education (DepEd) for the inclusion of adolescent reproductive health through life skills-based education for in-school and out-of-school youth. She collaborated with the Department of Health (DOH) and World Health Organization for the development of the National Standards of Adolescent-Friendly Health Services. She worked with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and Commission on Population on its programs on “Parenting Adolescents.”

Pammy has been working with the DSWD, Philippine Commission on Women and NGOs to address the issue of violence against women and children in both development context and post-disaster settings.

Prior to joining United Nations (UN), she taught Gender Studies and Women’s Studies at De La Salle University (DLSU) – Manila and St. Scholastica’s College, respectively. She created awareness among call center agents about HIV and AIDS in partnership with MTV Asia and DKT Philippines. Pammy holds a Masters degree, major in Communication and minor in Women’s Studies, from the University of the Philippines – Diliman.

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EVENT DETAILS:

DATE: July 23, 2016

TIME: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

VENUE: TBA
LEARNING RATES:
Early Bird Rate (per person):                         PHP 1,000.00
Early Bird Rate (per couple):                          PHP 1,800.00
Regular Rate:                                                      PHP 1,200.00
Regular Couple Rate:                                        PHP 2,000.00
VIP (front row seating with FREE book):     PHP 1,900.00
*Inclusive of snacks.
To register click HERE
CONTACT:     Veni Anabo
veni.anabo@manilaworkshops.com
0927-2816651 / 0925-8956740