"Revving Dreams into Reality: Jake's Journey in Motorcycle Small Engine Servicing"
Mechanically inclined entrepreneurs can make fantastic full- or part-time cash repairing outdoor power equipment and small engines, right from a fully equipped homebased workshop, or from a small commercial storefront. Even if you do not have previous small-engine repair experience, there are numerous schools offering in-class and correspondence small-engine repair trainings.
Meet Jake Panaginip, a 22-year-old from Sudlon I, Cebu City, with a dream as powerful as a well-tuned engine. Despite his age and lack of job experience, Jake is well determined and led him to join the Motorcycle Small Engine Servicing NCII training.
Inspired to learn and aspiring to be financially independent, Jake keeps himself pushing forward with his newfound skills on the intricacies of troubleshooting electrical wirings, engine maintenance, and more making his own motorcycle as tool for his experimental and experiential learnings.
The Motorcycle Small Engine Servicing is one of the many capacity enhancement and capability building training programs organized by the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry in partnership with the Cebu City Government through the Cebu Investments Development Concierge Center (CIDCC) Project.
Moreover, Jake's gratitude extends to Trainer Danilo Colipano of CTS, for shedding the light and inspired him to turning his aspirations into a reality.