AMA Computer Learning Center LIPA (ACLC) is our newest advertiser here on WOWBatangas.com. Aside from extending our gratitude to the administration of ACLC Lipa, we would like to share this good news about the employment partnership of this technical vocational school and ALORICA Inc. (formerly Advanced Contact Solutions Inc). Here’s a press release from ACLC Lipa.
The Business Process Outsourcing Industry is touted as one of the most
promising industries in the country. In fact, Philippines is now the BPO capital of the world, notwithstanding the fact that, it currently employs hundreds of thousands of Filipinos.
AMA Computer Learning Center LIPA (ACLC), one of the leading technical vocational schools offering Internet and Communications Technology courses in the Batangas Province, and ALORICA Inc. (formerly Advanced Contact Solutions Inc.), one of the leading companies in the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry, acknowledge the importance of BPO in the economy and the significance of sustaining the competitiveness of Filipinos. Thus, the two organizations signed a Memorandum of Agreement for their employment partnership that aims to sustain the BPO specifically in Lipa City.
The partnership aims to provide immediate employment to the graduates
of ACLC while sufficing the demand of ALORICA for representatives. The
partnership is expected to enable ACLC to pattern curricula of its different technical programs to the demands of the industry, especially Business Process Outsourcing. In return, ALORICA Inc. will provide trainings and technical support for the effective and efficient implementation of upgraded curriculum and teaching methodologies. The dual support aims at sustaining the program while equipping the students with better, more technical and relevant skills.
Given that ACLC Lipa offers technical associate courses such as
Computer Hardware Servicing, Computer Systems and Design Programming, Business Office and Administration Services, and Networking and Telecommunications Technology, as well as, short technical courses such as Computer Hardware Servicing NC II, Contact Center Services NC II, and Programming NC IV; these I.T. courses complement the needs of ALORICA and the entire BPO industry. Thus, students have higher chances of landing a job from a multinational company even before graduation.
According to Karl Toledo, Operations Officer of ACLC Lipa, “The
partnership is very exciting and inspirational because, together, we aim to sustain the employability of students and the economic growth of Lipa City. We have programs that will not only benefit our own stakeholders, but the general public as well.”