THE GLOBAL FILIPINO MAGAZINE Issue 9 Pinay housekeeper for UAE royal family up for promotion...

Pinay housekeeper for UAE royal family up for promotion after studying in Filipino Institute


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A Filipina domestic helper in UAE for a royal family is up for promotion after studying the 24-week Caregiver course at the Filipino Institute through its virtual classes. Marjorie Conge Arendain, 43, said that there is a huge possibility that the royal family, her employer, would change her position from a domestic helper to caregiver once her contract is renewed.

Arendain, who hails from Mondragon, Northern Samar, said she is the breadwinner of the family and has already spent ‘quite some time’ working overseas. She enrolled last year in the training institute and finished the four modules in December. 

“Napili ko ang Filipino Institute dahil nakita ko na madami na naka-graduate na, magaganda ang kanilang work and more opportunities na din. Hindi ako nagkamali sa desisyon ko, na-enjoy ko ang pag-aaral ko at ang mentor ko ay super bait at mai-enjoy mo ang klase talaga,” she said. 

Although she is already working as a domestic helper and has been looking after his ‘alaga’ and has ideas how to properly care, she thought that it wasn’t enough to settle. “Malaki talaga ang tulong ng Filipino Institute dahil nakapag-tapos ako ng caregiver and at the same time po nag-work at hindi ko iniwan ang alaga ko,” Arendain said.

As a domestic helper, her duties include doing almost all household chores and being available almost all the time. 

The Sharjah-based Filipina said that she’s working overseas to support her family members in the Philippines. 

“Kasi tayong mga Filipino, kasama sa tagumpay natin ang pamilya natin,” she added.

She advised the students of the Filipino Institute to never lose hope to achieve their dreams despite all the hurdles in life. 

“May darating ding magandang bukas basta mag-tiwala sa sarili na kaya mo. Be positive at mag-tiwala sa Diyos. Laging mag dasal na gabayan ka sa mga pangarap mo,” she further added. 

To enroll, please contact the following campus near you:

Dubai Campus:
Point of Contact: Dean Cheryl Delim, Mr. Trebb Gomez, Mr. Lorenzo Florendo
Call / WhatsApp: +971 56 113 0989, +971 55 583 9969
Telephone: +971 4 234 0401
Address: 604, Al Zarooni Building, Al Rigga, Deira, Dubai, UAE

Virtual Campus:
Point of Contact: Dean Sunshine Estrada, Dean Lloyd Perez
Call / WhatsApp: +971 54 458 5434 or +971 54 515 1767

Al Ain Campus:
Point of Contact: Dean Andy Green
Call / WhatsApp: +971 56 284 1822
Address:  M1, room 2, same building ng Al Ansari Exchange, opposite ng KFC, Khalifa Street, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Abu Dhabi Campus
Point of Contact: Dean Leny Retotar
Call / WhatsApp: +971 50 203 9916
Address: Office 301 Burj Al Arab Building, same building of EMAX Showroom, Hamdan Street, Abu Dhabi

Mansoura, Qatar Campus
Point of Contact: Dean Antoinette Concepcion
Call / WhatsApp: 55975138, 50725199, or 33597049
Address: 3rd Floor, Room 7, Al Manama Building, Mansoura (the same building with Hyundai Showroom), B Ring Road, Doha, Qatar

Manama, Bahrain Campus
Point of Contact: Dean Gem Reyes
Call / WhatsApp: 36198188, 33098683, or 35978778
Address: Office 112, Building 268, Old Palace Road, Block 308, near Gudaibiya Police Station, Manama, Kindom of Bahrain

This story has been featured on the 9th issue of The Global Filipino Magazine. To get a copy, you may contact Mr Orli Gayeta at +971503196856. If you have an inspiring story or know someone with one, please send an email at

The Global Filipino Magazine is the only Filipino magazine in the UAE that prints on a monthly basis. Its goal is to champion the success of every global Filipino across the globe.

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