Education & Training Committee (ETC-NCPCC)
This committee focuses on our vision of business and professional development. Its primary concern is to provide quality educational opportunities to provide professional excellence to our members improving their skills and leadership in the management of their business. This committee also has the task of sharing relevant day to day information to allow our members timely key decisions in their business management. By Oscar A. Revilla
On May 3, 2015 the Education and Training Committee met for the first time to share the Vision and validate the Goals and Objectives and to identify Activities to support these. In an Audio/Visual presentation we were able to see how Change is the only constant and how it influences businesses and society to work together for the embetterment of the whole.
The Following where present with expressed desire to be part of the ETC-NCPCC: These are taken from the “Meeting Registration” sheet.
Mrs. Nina Peres, Community Leader, and who, as a member of the Education and Training Committee, will assist in the planning and implementation of proactive outreach activities in support of future generations, making the NorCalPeru Chamber visibly present in the schools and with students.
Mr. Adrian Perez, CEO of POP-9 Communications, and who, as a member of the Education and Training Committee, will assist in the planning, and implementation of activities that would enrich, change, motivate, and expand the outlook of the NorCalPeru Chamber into every aspect of society.
Mr. Luis Pacheco, President of Premier Energy Electrical Services Inc., and who, as a member of the Education and Training Committee, will assist in the planning and implementation of activities that would attract and help new entities to form and establish formal businesses by connecting their leadership with programs and services already available but not commonly known in our geographical area of interest and service.
Mr. Gabriel Palacios, CEO of Genius Lot, and who, as a member of the Education and Training Committee will assist in planning and implementing activities that assists small businesses to cooperate and work towards establishing an education and training agenda with and for them.
Mr. Jose Risso, President of the Club Peru of Sacramento was invited to observe and participate in the Education and Training Committee of the NorCalPeru Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Risso expressed his congratulations to the presenters and has started a bridge of service in benefit of both the Club Peru of Sacramento and the NorCalPeru Chamber of Commerce as organizations and their mutual members. He will continue to be invited to all of the Education and Training Committee meetings to ensure a presence of the Club Peru of Sacramento, and to provide input and feedback on the efforts of the ETC-NCPCC.
Mr. Jose Antonio Vera, President of the NorCal Peru Chamber of Commerce, and who is a formal Ex-Officio Member of the Education and Training Committee. Expressed a warm welcome to all present and at the end of the meeting, gave thanks to the presenters for a job well done and to the participants for their active participation.
Mr. Oscar A. Revilla, 2nd. Vice President of NorCalPeru Chamber, who oversees the activities of the Education and Training Committee and is the WebMaster for the Organization.
Mr. Juan G. Cruz, Advisor to the Education and Training Committee and WebSite Editor for the NorCalPeru Chamber
Considering that ‘Change is the only constant” and society as a whole is impacted, meeting these challenges sometimes becomes overwhelming, and the realization that a single unit of society cannot meet obligations and work in a vacuum, one must seek and find partners, collaborators, and associates to assist in organizing and prioritizing change, and as a new open unity of society, themselves become “Agents of Change”.
Being pragmatic, the NorCal Peru Chamber has accepted the challenges of change, but with the outlook that it brings opportunities for “Enrichment, Motivation, and New knowledge”. It acknowledges that through the Education and Training Committee the Chamber can seek, promote and develop new bridges of engagement towards change.
How the ETC-NCPCC embraces and adapts to “Change”?
Outreach, research and analysis of needs vs. wants of who are our immediate and mediate audiences
Prioritizing efforts and activities to engage the NOW and the FUTURE impacted audiences
Stimulating; New Solutions; New Business Models: New Opportunities
Establishing an ETC-NCPCC Institute with a dynamic infrastructure that is flexible and functional to support the development and implementation of an ETC-NCPCC “Action Plan”
Juan G. Cruz