138 complete higher level IT training

Last Updated on Friday, 7 October 2016 04:31 Written by NOLITC Administrator Wednesday, 21 September 2016 12:00

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About one hundred thirty eight IT graduates and students from selected partner schools in the province participated in the higher level IT training course hosted by the Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center (NOLITC) in partnership with Job and Esther Technologies, held recently in Bacolod City.

The participants in the training program completed the following bridging courses: android application development, enterprise java development and enterprise.NET core development using C# and effective communication for professionals.

Board Member Alain Gatuslao of the 5th District led the culmination ceremony of Batch 1 to Batch 4 at the Provincial Capitol Building, Bacolod City last September 21, together with representatives from J&E Technologies led by their Vice President Shelly Kero and trainors Joaquin Jover III, Allen Roble and Roneil Domael of HereMaps, as guest speaker. On the same day, another graduation ceremony for Batch 5 was held at NONESCOST Campus in Sagay City together with the J& E team and officials of the school led by Dr. Romulo Sisno.

The objective of the training is to bridge the gap between IT graduates and the skills requirements of the IT industry. The main focus of the J&E training is skills set development, hands on exposure in the field of IT and software engineering and jobs generation.

The partner schools for the training program are Bacolod City College, Bago City College, Binalbagan Catholic College, Carlos Hilado Memorial State College, Central Philippine State University, Kabankalan Catholic College, La Consolacion College-Bacolod, North Negros College, NONESCOST-Sagay, Southland College, STI-West Negros University, TUP-Visayas, UNO-Recoletos Bacolod and USLS-Bacolod.