When & Where
September 24-25, 2011
Crowne Plaza Galleria Manila
The 1st Filipino Therapists’ conference & expo aims globally advance and competitive Filipino therapists due to rising demand in the market. It also envisions enhancing the organizational, practical skills, competence and ethical service practices of Filipino Therapists. Lastly, this convention would like to raise the Filipino therapists’ awareness of the clients’ and patients’ need in facing the current society.
An event that convenes Filipino Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists & Pediatric Therapists and discuss the goal towards progress. This also aspires to strengthen the industry through forming a distinctive group that will cater the needs and development of Filipino therapists all over the world. The expo aspect of the event will showcase products and services in the therapy industry.
Our aim is to provide further education and development avenues through conventions and events to the industry, practitioners and clients. Through this mission of uplifting the profession and industry to global competitiveness level, domestic and local therapy centers will increase and will eventually profuse number of jobs for newly graduates and unemployed therapists.
For more details (i.e., conference fee, exhibitor & sponsorship packages), please contact Ex-Link Management & Marketing Services Corp.
Tel.: 643-3887 | Fax: 640-1280
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When & Where
17 April 2009, Friday (9AM to 5PM)
NTTC-HP Auditorium, Old NEDA Building,
University of the Philippines-Manila Compound,
Padre Faura Street,
Please take note that all interested parties (including companies who might want to offer their products for sale) must register to join the job fair. Registration period is from March 30 to April 15, 2009. For more details, click here to download a copy of the guidelines and the registration form for the said Job Fair.
Be a volunteer on PWD Day! Please see the invitation below for details if interested to participate.
The Archdiocese of Manila Office for Persons with Disabilities (AMO-PDM) in its continued service and support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities is inviting you to celebrate a Day with Persons with Disabilities (PWD Day) with the theme “Together to Get There IX: Jesus Idol”. It will be held at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Makati City, on December 7, 2008, Sunday, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
One of the PWD Day activities is a Medical Mission that we would like to request your participation by being an OT, PT & SP volunteer in this one day event.
Please feel free to coordinate with me if you like to be a service volunteer or happen to know someone I can contact to participate with us.
Thank you for giving attention to this humble request.
Maan Aleta, PT ’07
PWD Day, Medical Mission Coordinator
Tel No. 893-3811
Cel No. 0917-5019024
These days, the demand for people in healthcare is so great, especially in first world countries, where the ageing population has increased. And because of that, more and more healthcare workers are migrating to other countries to supply this demand. There is no doubt that one can find a job much easier now than it was five years ago. There is little need now to check out any call centre job vacancy when there is much to be offered now.
The job seeker can either find placement either through a recruitment agency or through direct employment. The choice is actually his now and all he really needs to do is pick out the offer that best suits him. Dream jobs in Manchester maybe just one contract signing away. One word of advice though is to make sure that he studies all his options and that he makes sure that all is in black and white. After all, nothing can be too good to be true. There will always be a catch.