Adjunct Faculty

ADJUNCT FACULTY

From its humble beginning as a premiere IT training institution founded in 1993 with only two students enrolled in basic computer class, Informatics Philippines has successfully penetrated the academic industry as a premiere higher education and training institution offering IT empowered courses. It has produced over 500,000 graduates in training and degree courses in its 25 years in the Philippine academic map.

Significant to its success are the dedicated and highly educated instructors who painstakingly pass on to its students the relevant knowledge and values that will equip them with professional skills and moral standards.

Fueled by its commitment to making the students’ welfare its top priority, Informatics Philippines has gathered together experienced professionals nationwide with extensive expertise in their respective fields into one core purpose- provide quality and industry-based education to the students. They are pool of lecturers committed to be part of Informatics’ esteemed faculty circle with specified functions:

Teach a specific field of expertise based on their professional background.
Contribute in the development and design of the course syllabus.
Plan and create lectures both in practical and theoretical approaches.
Design learning modules that can be standard lecture materials for all Informatics colleges.
Collaborate with internal and external linkages to help create a relevant and industry-driven learning experience for the students.

1. Teach a specific field of expertise based on their professional background.
2. Contribute in the development and design of the course syllabus.
3. Plan and create lectures both in practical and theoretical approaches.
4. Design learning modules that can be standard lecture materials for all Informatics colleges.
5. Collaborate with internal and external linkages to help create a relevant and industry-driven
learning experience for the students

This flagship program of the academic team of Informatics will be called the Adjunct Faculty. Its formation recognizes how Informatics values experience and expertise in molding its students; hence, in its endeavor to provide sustainable returns to it stakeholders, each Informatics college (Manila, Caloocan, Eastwood, Northgate, Imus, Baguio, Cebu, Consolacion) will have at least 200 highly qualified adjunct instructors who will be the institution’s partners in realizing its vision to produce employable, globally competitive graduates who can be innovators of the world.

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Informatics Consolacion Cebu student wins Silver Award at the TESDA Regional Skills Competition in Web Design and Development

CEBU CITY – The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in Region 7 (Central Visayas) kicked off its 2019 Regional Skills Competition on Wednesday TESDA-7 Regional Training Center administrator Winefredo Salas said the competition serves as a venue for recognizing the world-class competencies of young industry-skilled workers and graduates of technical-vocational schools and training institutions in Central Visayas. “One of our objectives is to give due recognition to brilliant young skilled workers in the region as well as to give them the chance to compete in the international arena,” Salas told the Philippine News Agency. Informatics Consolacion Senior High School student Joshua Del Campo, of Grade 12 Galileo Galilei Computer System Servicing Programming Day Class, made the school proud by winning the Silver Award at the TESDA Region 7 Regional Skills Competition in Web Design and Development held at the TESDA Regional last April 10 to 12, 2019. Winners in the regionals will advance to the Visayas-Mindanao Zonal eliminations, where they will vie for a slot in the national finals. National winners will represent the Philippines in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) competition slated next year in Singapore. Trade areas to compete this year are Automotive Technology, […]

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2019 GALING Private Technical Vocational Institute Award

Informatics Baguio was recently awarded by TESDA as Baguio-Benguet best performing private technical-vocational institution. The award was given during the agency’s 25 years anniversary. What made Informatics Baguio being the distinguished TVI in the region; Significant number of enrollees for techvocschool Significant number of graduates High employment rate of graduates Compliance to education policies Active participation on training and education development in the Cordilleras Competence of its learners in the ICT sector both in regional, national and global competitions. Jhon Tanacio- Informatics Baguio School Administrator, receives the 2019 TESDA Galing Private TVI Award. Also in the picture Engr. Dave Bungallon- Baguio-Benguet Provincial Director, left, Engr. Manuel B. Wong- Regional Director TESDA CAR, right. Here with the other TESDA Galing awardee from the different industry. Informatics Baguio is winner in private education category.

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Informatics Eastwood students join ALGOLYMPICS 2019: A Programming Competition for College Students

Last February 23, 2019 at the Accenture Ideas Exchange Room in the Department of Computer Science, University of the Philippines Diliman, UP ACM once again held its annual inter-collegiate programming competition: ALGOLYMPICS 2019. The big game commenced with thirty teams accepting the challenge. With more than five hours of solving and executing grueling but exciting problem sets, three teams are named as this year’s winners. On its sixth year, the Algolympics is the annual flagship event of Association for Computing Machinery – UP Diliman Student Chapter that aims to gather students from different colleges and universities and to challenge them to solve various problems through programming. All teams were given twelve (12) stimulating problems to be solved within five (5) hours using the given contest environment. Teams will be ranked based on the number of problems solved as well as the amount of time they spend in coming up with a solution. 3rd Year Computer Science students of Informatics Eastwood, Vincent Garcia, Lea Daniel and Matthew Ong, used C, C++ and Java as the programming language to solve the problems. From left to right: Matthew Ong, Joey Villota (coach), Lea Daniel and Vincent Garcia