Ninety-six completed the Contact Center Services NC II training and eleven finished the Certified Professional Coder Course at Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center today.

Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson told the graduates that education and educational policies is among the top priorities of his administration. He urged NOLITC to reach out to more and more Negrenses and continue to provide solid opportunities for the youth. He said that education remains to be the most important tool in lifting families out of poverty. The Governor’s message was delivered by his Executive Assistant, Charina Magallanes-Tan.

The Governor added that his administration is doing the right thing and on the right track of empowering the Negrense youth. He said that there is no reason for us not to further push boundaries and break barriers. He also thanked the industry partners of NOLITC for their indispensable support in opening the doors of opportunity for Negrense youth.

Judilyn Franco, President of MedSTAR Philippines is one of the speakers.  She stated that success is always coupled with hardwork, diligence, a good attitude, and by saying NO to any opportunities that may come on our way. Having a partnership with NOLITC is a collaboration that will help the community of Negros Occidental to train for work. She congratulated the 9 passers of Certified Professional Coder, a US-based coding certification.  

Panasiatic Solutions Site Director Siony Hijara-Ferraris lauded the Province of Negros Occidental and NOLITC for a very good program that supports the human resource requirements of the growing Call Center industry in the province. She said that the program continues to benefit the Negrense youth. She encouraged the graduates to put high importance on learning and talent. She said that they should develop growth mindset and embrace their imperfections. She then reminded the graduates to make meaning not money and to put value to their environment.

NOLITC School Administrator Dr. Ma. Cristina B. Orbecido stressed the importance of industry collaboration in the successful implementation of its training programs.

Also present during the graduation were, Alain Pilar, Recruitment Manager of Panasiatic, Kristone Jover, Compliance and Audit Manager of Panasiatic, Antonio Jose Ferraris, Nesj Joy Ordonio, Sourcing Associate of Ubiquity, Jennifer Juaneza, Professor-Carlos Hilado Memorial State College Binalbagan, Eunice Malala, Grade 12 Level Coordinator and Rossana Tasic, Teacher-Negros Occidental High School.