Basic Yaya Training & Managing the Family Income + Budget

Okay, so I've posted about creative workshops and workshops to boost your entrepreneurial dreams. This time, let's focus on home improvement. Here are two of what Manila Workshops can offer you this end of May.

BASIC YAYA TRAINING SERIES

Yep, it's a series, but you can opt to join just one or a few if that's all your helper needs to learn. This workshop is perfect for both Yaya and Amo especially when the latter relies on the other to do just about everything in the house, with work elsewhere constantly knocking.



The first two sessions have gone but here are other remaining 5 you can catch up on, courtesy of Manila Workshops, Mothercare, Venture Lab and Ready to Be Rich:


  • SESSION 3: Basic First Aid (May 30, 2015 / 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm)
  • May 30, 2015 (Saturday); 1:00 to 4:00 PM
    July 18, 2015 (Saturday); 1:00 to 4:00 PM
    Venue: Mothercare Podium
    • Common Diseases on Children
    • Emergency Situations
    • Preventing Accidents
    • First Aid
    • Open Forum
  • SESSION 4: Money Management (June 20, 2015 / 1 pm - 4 pm)
  • June 20, 2015 (Saturday); 1:00 to 4:00 PM
    Sept. 19, 2015 (Saturday); 1:00 to 4:00 PM
    Venue: Mothercare Podium
    A. Introduction
    – About me
    B. Personal Finance Mindset
    – Everyone can be rich – the abundance mindset
    – You don’t need to be intelligent and be good in math to be rich
    C. The Habit of Saving
    – Paying yourself first
    – How to create a simple budget plan
    D. Protection
    – The concept of emergency funds
    – The role of a bank savings account in your finances
    E. Money and Relationships
    – Rules to sending money to your family
    – How to openly talk with your employer about money
  • SESSION 3: Basic First Aid (July 18, 2015)
  • SESSION 2 Rerun: New Born, Infant and Toddler Care (August 8)
  • SESSION 4: Money Management (September 19, 2015)
The Instructors

Tina graduated BS Nursing (’10) from Southville International School and College. She passed the Nursing Licensure Exam on July 2010. She worked as a School Nurse and Preschool Teacher in The Bridge School from 2010-2012, but is still an on call Preschool Teacher in The Bridge School. She is a full time Yaya Seminar Facilitator of VentureLab Business Resource Center, Inc.
Fitz Gerard Villafuerte is a Registered Financial Planner and a book author. He is a civil engineer who decided to quit the corporate world in 2003 to pursue entrepreneurship. In 2014, he became a registered financial planner. His blog, entitled, Ready To Be Rich, has already received several recognitions including the Best Business and Finance Blog at the Philippine Blog Awards for two years in a row. Moreover, an international finance publication, Wise Bread, has likewise ranked his website as among the Top 100 Personal Finance blogs in the world. Fitz has also been recognized by Moneysense Magazine as among the top 12 most influential people in Personal Finance in the Philippines.
REGISTER or SIGN UP HERE for the BASIC YAYA TRAINING
Please DO USE my REFERRAL CODE upon Registration:
MDAB - BYT1

MANAGING FAMILY AND INCOME BUDGET
Next up, it's about time that we get those financial knots straight and break free from debts, credits and the habit of leisurely spending. This workshop will help you enjoy money more without causing the rest of the budget to crumble and suffer.

Managing Family Income and Budget (May 30, 2015 / 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm)
Venue: Best for Families Headquarters, #29 1st Street, New Manila, Quezon City
Learning Fee:
Regular Rate:   Php800
Couple Rate:    Php1200
One of the challenges of having a family is making both ends meet and saving for the future. Newly married couples and even couples who have been married for a longer time are always having the same struggle of managing family income on a regular basis, which most of the time, is a cause of marital problems between husband and wife. A solution for a harmonious marital relationship is having the right mindset and know-how on handling money wisely. Manila Workshops, in partnership with Best for Families and Insular Life, present "Managing Family Income and Budget", a finance workshop for couples who would like to know more about balancing family income and planning for the future.
The Speaker
Celso Carlos L. Magcalas is a graduate of Business and Economics from De La Salle University majors in Marketing and Advertising. He has also received a Certificate of Diploma from the University of the Philippines major in Physical Education and took his MBA at the Philippine School of Business Administration. He joined the Insurance and investments industry in 2003 and became the Author of the Financial Needs Analysis program used by Insular Life.
As of today, he is a regular speaker in the Financial Wellness program for the OFWs organized by the OWWA – Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, a Registered Financial Planner and the Regional Head of the Metro North Regional Office of Insular Life.
REGISTER or SIGN UP HERE for the BASIC YAYA TRAINING
Please DO USE my REFERRAL CODE upon Registration:
MDAB - MFBI_1

For further inquiries on the events, please contact Donna Donor at:
donna@manilaworkshops.com or visit Manila Workshops
...and Don't forget to MENTION that you read it at HAPPIMESS :)

15 comments:

  1. Wow, it's great to know that there are basic yaya trainings now so we can be more sure that they will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to take proper care of everything in the house and also their finances. Is this series happening for the first time?

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  2. galing naman, may Yaya training na pala. Curious lang ako doon sa Money Management training. Parang gusto kong i-avail.

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  3. We are getting digital now so yaya trainings would surely be more effective and fun. The Money Management Training is what I am curious about.

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  4. We are getting digital now so yaya trainings would surely be more effective and fun. The Money Management Training is what I am curious about.

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  5. More yaya trainings are offering in some manpower agency. This is great for thos who needs it in working abroad.

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  6. Helpful trainings to yayas and yaya wannabes. The training will be helful of them here and abroad.

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  7. This is super helpful! Lalo na sa mga family na talagang naghahire ng yaya, because our kasambahays are the kid's second parents. :)

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  8. Great one. This should lessen any work related complains.

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  9. This is cool! A good news to all who have Yaya's or planning to have a yaya in the house. Thanks so much for the information, need to share this.

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  10. This is good news for those looking for competent nannies!

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  11. The yaya training can really come in handy especially to equip nannies with proper skills in taking care of kids. The finance training would also come in handy for managing the household.

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  12. If that Basic Yaya Training is happening in our city, it would be really helpful to us since we used to have maids and giving them a proper training would make them feel more useful. :)

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  13. That would be very helpful. Specially nowadays. Yayas should really undergo to this kind of training. Dealing with kids is not an easy job

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  14. This is my first time to hear about Yaya Training, but good thing they come up with this kind of idea. More income to them.

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