100 call center agents
Seventy-five aspiring call center agents from the fifth district completed their 100-hour training at the Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology recently, NOLITC head Tina Orbecido said yesterday.
completes training at NOLITC
The scholarship was funded by the Business Processing Association of the Philippines through the Bacolod-Negros Occidental Federation for Information and Communications Technology and the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines in partnership with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, a press release from NOLITC said.
Board Member Melvin Ibanez, culmination speaker, told the graduates that NOLITC will complement the human resource requirements of the Negros 1st Cyber Center.
The scholars came from Brgy. Aguisan, Himamaylan, Isabela, Bago, Kabankalan City and Bacolod City. The closing was attended by Brgy. Kagawad Rodolfo Gargarita of Brgy. Aguisan, Dixie de la Cruz and Claudia Aguirre of Transcom Bacolod.*
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