Fifty scholars under the Industry-Training for Work Scholarship Program of the Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center completed their 100-hour free call center training, yesterday, a press release from NOLITC said.
The I-TWSP scholarship was funded by the Business Processing Association of the Philippines thru the Bacolod-Negros Occidental Federation for Information and Communications Technology in partnership with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Negros Occidental and NOLITC.
The scholars came from Hinobaan, Murcia, Bago, Silay, Kabankalan, San Enrique.
Six teachers from the Bacolod City National High School also trained in the Finishing Course for Call Center Agents as part of their adjustment for the model K12 Call Center Course to be implemented this year, the press release said.
The I-TWSP aims to address the skills gap and job requirements in the BPO/IT sector, it added.
The closing activity was attended by Jose Yusay III, Administrative Officer of Hinobaan, Nesaleh Perrarin, Schoolboard In-Charge of Murcia, and Transcom representatives Justin Jordan and Rona Rose Policarpio.*