Posted on

Nurture Filipino Talents: Acting Workshop with Coach Ghie by EGF Private Education Services

Acting Workshop





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
“Acting Workshop with Coach Ghie April 2018” is now open for reservation until April 14, 2018. P2,500.00 only at Studio A #8 Zalamea Street, DBP Village, Las Pinas City for 6 sessions. The workshop starts on April 17 to April 28, 2018 (TTHS) at 3:00 to 5:00 pm. Enjoy while learning. Enroll now! For inquiries call or text “Coach G.” 09773077632. Hurry! Limited slots only. See you!






Youtube video by; Adtracz




[VIDEO]: Options exercise acting workshop with Coach Ghie.



Nurture Filipino Talent

Ms. Geraldine Flores or Coach Ghie has been serving the showbiz industry from the backstage. Although she also plays supporting roles for GMA and ABS-CBN soap operas, she’s more into gearing up little people who show the passion and love for the trade. She goes beyond teaching how to act. She is proud enough of her product that she acts as stagecoach as well when they go for auditions and even when they get roles as background actors and actresses at first.

.



Passion Beats The Money Chase

Coach Ghie has been working overseas particularly in Brunei for a greener pasture. But even when she was working there, she still finds ways to teach acting. The limited policies there for the career that she wanted prompted her to come back – even if it means, she has to start from scratch again but many years have passed – she has worked in various studios already locally, regained her place in the entertainment industry and found her new home at Studio A #8 Zalamea Street, DBP Village, Las Pinas City.





Working For the Love of It

Where can you find a coach that is happy enough to spend quality with your kids and impart her talents into yours while you can continue your errands? It’s all possible through the EGF’s Acting Workshop with Ms. Ghie. Just for the love of it. EGF Private Education Services with Elena Grace Flores, Coach Ghie’s sister is the proprietor and publisher of carelinkwebpr.com and mediacurious.com.




Here’s how to contact Her:

Send her a friend request on Facebook: Geraldine Flores. Then a message through the messenger can surely catch her attention. You can also text or call her directly at 09773077632. This program is made possible by Ms. Ghie’s passion in conjunction with EGF Private Education Services, Certificate of Registration OCN# 9RC0000464995 and BIR TIN: 183-670-541-000.



Posted on

Bongbong Marcos: No One can Beat Filipino Talents in the World

talents





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The Philippines has improved its position in the 2017 World Talent Ranking report released by leading global business school International Institute for Management Development or IMD recently. It ranked 45th out of 63 countries surveyed. It is a big jump from No. 51 out of the 61 nations rated in 2016. This is the country’s’ strongest performance after dipping to No. 57 in 2015. This is not surprising for people who are followers of Bongbong Marcos’ speeches. Marcos had said it many times that no one can beat Filipino talents. The only problem is for the government to provide them with the world-class educational system, business infrastructure, and better opportunities locally.





Video by; Elena Grace Flores

[VIDEO]: Despite low investments in education, the Philippines has improved its position in the 2017 World Talent Ranking report released by leading global business school International Institute for Management Development (IMD). Bongbong Marcos is indeed right as he stresses during the CEU Q and A Forum.




Top Ten Countries Enjoy Outstanding Education

The top 10 countries in this year’s World Talent Ranking are Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Austria, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, Germany, Sweden, and Luxembourg, in that order. These economies invest heavily to maintain outstanding educational and healthcare systems. They also offer a superior quality of life and provide attractive remuneration and opportunities for career advancement




Better Educational System Needed

The Philippines placed 60th in terms of public expenditure on education. The government spending is only 2.7 percent of its GDP for the sector. The country also scored low in the area of the pupil-teacher ratio in primary education and pupil-teacher ratio in secondary education. It ranks 62nd and 59th consecutively. It placed 51st in terms of female participation in the labor force.



Downside of Brain-Drain by OFWs

The best brains or professionals of the country benefit foreign countries that recruit them. The Overseas Filipino Workers have been one of the greatest pillars of the economy through their remittances to the family members left behind. So, it can happen that the best engineers, doctors, nurses and other experts leave the country for the greener pasture.









Government Priority

Bongbong Marcos is proud to say that in terms of capability, resourcefulness, ingenuity, and industriousness he has not seen anyone better than a Filipino. Marcos is a well-traveled politician given his family’s history. A Filipino can always survive with flying colors. So, to keep them in the country, better career opportunities with quality health care benefits must be in store for them. That is a priority of his leadership.



http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/11/21/1760975/philippines-ranks-45th-world-talent-competitiveness