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.
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
Informatics is a premiere IT Training Institution which was founded in 1993. Apart from short IT courses and Diploma programs, Informatics now offers Senior High School and BS Degrees. These programs include relevant IT / technology subjects to ensure that every student is equipped to perform in a highly digital world. You may visit Informatics’ website for more details on their program offerings and campus locations. Meet the 3 Informatics graduates who are representing the country in this year’s prestigious World Skills Competition which will be held in which will be held in Kazan, Russia on August 22-27, 2019. They will be competing in Web Technologies and Cybersecurity. The participants are: Patrick Neil E. Noceja, graduate of BSIT Skill Area – Web Technologies Chjohnne Ma Jesus B Caliwara, graduate of BSIT Skill Area – Cybersecurity Vincent Bryce Masiglat Garcia, graduate of BSCS Skill Area – Cybersecurity “Kazan was granted the right to host the 45th WorldSkills Competition after winning a vote by the WorldSkills General Assembly in São Paulo, Brazil on 10 August 2015. Also, bidding for the right to hold Competition were Paris, France and Charleroi, Belgium. The 45th WorldSkills Competition will bring together more than […]
Informatics Student Patrick Niel Noceja, together with his mentor and Informatics IT Specialist Jotham Hernandez, bags Medallion of Excellence after representing the country in the World Skills ASEAN Competition held in Bangkok, Thailand which concluded last September 4, 2018.
Informatics Philippines and Philippine Retirement Authority signed a partnership agreement last September 13 that will provide new opportunities for retirees.
Informatics is more than ready to make innovators as it sealed a deal with Congressman Yul Servo after the latter paid Informatics College – Manila a visit last September 13 to discuss scholarship programs for Manilenos.