Jul 1, 2010

88.33% of CSU IT Faculty Passed the ICDL Exam

Five IT faculty members from the College of Engineering and Information Technology (CEIT) revealed their skills and expertise on OpenOffice application by passing the Open International Computer Driving License (ICDL) certification examination held on June 20, 2010 at Bukidnon State University, City of Malaybalay.
The examination was conducted by the Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT) simultaneously in three (3) testing venues, as follows: for Luzon-based examinees: Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite; for Visayas-based examinees: Carlos Hilado Memorial State College, Talisay City, Negros Occidental; and for Mindanao-based examinees: Bukidnon State University, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon.
The licensing is an internationally recognized ICT skills certification for all citizens and a qualification that certifies and exhibits the holder’s attainment of a standard level of knowledge and competence in personal computer use.
Successful ICDL passers from Caraga State University were: Jaymer M. Jayoma, iSchools project manager, Jennifer Espanola-Sabugaa, iSchools technical writer, Joel A. Mercado, iSchools technical assistant, Gleen A. Dalaorao, network administrator and Yolly G. Pelegrino, faculty member. 
Presently, CSU has eight (8) IT faculty members who are Open ICDL certified and competent of teaching Free Open Source Software (FOSS) as standard material used in the training and learning ICT in the University. Included in the number were the passers of the August 13, 2008 examination schedule held at National Computer Center (NCC), Quezon City, in the persons of James V. Presbitero, CS/IT department chairman, Jesterlyn Q. Timosan, IT adviser and Junace J. Acera, faculty member.
 The passers are expected to join in the iSchools project roll-out training team as resource persons of the Computer and Internet Literacy Course (CILC) for the recipients Public High School (PHS) teachers nationwide, which will be conducted on the month of August, September and October 2010.

Training requires time and hardwork. Harwork surely need health insurance leads

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