Even before the pandemic had affected organizations and individuals in unprecedented ways, Informatics had already transitioned to online schooling or e-Learning for all its programs which include Senior High School, College and Diploma Programs and Corporate or Short Certification courses. The current global pandemic had forced organizations, such as schools, to transform digitally in a short span of time. Unfortunately, many schools are not equipped to effectively conduct classes virtually. Informatics is the authorized partner of Skillsoft Percipio – world leader in technology-based training which provides expertly developed and curated online courses. With over 41,000 online resources such as books, videos and practice labs including 9,000 plus courses, Informatics has made it possible to for students and organizations to continue learning anywhere. This Intelligent e-Learning Platform makes learning more accessible to many users from beginner to intermediate and expert levels using a smartphone. Inquire at any Informatics branch for more details or check our FAQs. Follow Informatics Philippines on Facebook and Twitter @InformaticsPH and on @Informatics Philippines on LinkedIn. About Informatics Informatics is a Singapore-based training institution that provides education and training services to individuals, institutions and corporations. We have been in the Philippines for over 25 years and have […]
As Metro Manila braces itself for the possible extension of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), Taguig City is starting the training of public school teachers in cyber education to pilot a “learn from home” program for residents. The city government launched the project in a bid to arm teachers with skills for Web-based learning. Through Cyber Schooling for Taguig Teachers, the city is providing tutors with the opportunity to learn online teaching methods and strategies, ICT (information and communications technology) literacy and presentation and communication skills over the Internet. It will also equip them to facilitate self-paced learning offline. “This initiative wants to keep our public school teachers abreast with new technologies in learning,” Taguig Mayor Lino Cayetano said. “We understand that learners today are digital natives, who haven’t seen the world without computers and the Internet. Given the COVID-19 issue we face today, we also see this as a beneficial method, because learning would be resilient,” he added. Under the program, classes of 30 teachers each will undergo training by Informatics, which has designed courses for over 500,000 students, on Skillsoft online courses. Skillsoft is a US-based eLearning content provider that has been in the global eLearning industry for […]
“A Reboot of the Society: 4IR in a World of Possibilities” Informatics Northgate BS Information Technology and BS Computer Science students have participated in the 9th IT Skills Olympics last September 9, 2019, at the University of Makati. 48 reputable universities and colleges in the country joined the event and competed for the following competition categories: Programming in Java C# C++ Web Design Computer Networking PC Assembly/ Disassembly Digital Electronics Android App Development, and IT Quiz Bee The main objective of the said competition is to encourage camaraderie among academic institutions and to showcase the knowledge and skills of the students. For more information about our program offerings and branches, please visit https://www.informatics.edu.ph/ or like our Facebook page Informatics Philippines.
3,000 Rotarians and countless stakeholders of District 3830 were invited to come together for its 2019 Annual Conference under the global movement’s banner of “Be The Inspiration”. Over the course of two days, DC19 aims to enable inspiration, connection and transformation for every individual Rotarian and all the clubs participating. The first day focused on interaction with fellow Rotarians from across the district to allow friendships and bonds to be formed beyond the boundaries of one’s home club. And the second day focused on exchanging ideas to help each other become a stronger Rotarian, and in the process, strengthen your club and its portfolio of community service projects. During the Rotary International District 3830 District Awards Night, Rotaract Club of Informatics College won the following awards: Active Club: Rotaract Club of Informatics College Exemplary Leadership Award – Past President Nilo Añonuevo Sabillo Leadership Award – Inspiring President Min Scarlet C. Taray. Certificate of Recognition for Hosting the 2nd Leader’s Meeting 15 Minor Awards for actively participating and co-hosting various district-level activities For more information about our program offerings and branches, please visit https://www.informatics.edu.ph/ or like our Facebook page Informatics Philippines.
March 3, 2020 The healthcare sector is one of the most complex industry. To find out what are their priorities in 2020 and how we can provide Training Solutions to medical facilities and practitioners nationwide, we visited the Philippine Hospital Association. Here are some of healthcare’s top priorities and challenges to tackle in 2020: 1. Data Privacy and Compliance 2. Team working and patient safety 3. Patients experience 4. Digital Transformation What are your companies challenges and priorities this year? Let us know how we can help. (Left to Right) Jegie Antonopoulos, Informatics IEL Business Manager; Ms Pearl Samonte, PHA Admin Officer/DPO; Marieliz Mamaclay, Informatics Corporate Business Manager
February 27, 2020 Informatics Philippines is at Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Headquarters to discuss the Informatics Intelligent e-Learning Leadership Development Program powered by MIT Sloan. Our program addresses the changing way in which organizations need to develop their leaders by providing a valuable, cost-effective and engaging leadership development experience designed to help organizations grow. This unique and exciting collaboration offers more than 200 curated articles, including: * Visionary, research-based, quality content * Exclusive resources * MIT Sloan Management Review articles * MIT faculty-created courses, thought leadership and insights * And even more features to be added in the future Great leaders have the competitive edge and are comfortable with advanced subjects, such as data analytics, design thinking, agile, A.I. and other emerging technologies.
February 26, 2020 Congratulations to the young leaders from Informatics Computer Institute- Cagayan de Oro, Kathleen Jane A. Nabo from 204 AM, Bri Azariah Roj L. Baculio from 203 AM and Von Val N. Bacolod from 101 AM for participating in the “VOX: The Cagayan de Oro Young Leaders Parliament” program last February 22-23, 2019. We’re proud of you Icons! Your very lucky that you experienced and invested your time and effort to showcase your intelligence and leadership to other delegates from different schools. We’re very thankful to VOX staffs for inviting us and for giving this worthwhile experience to our students. Level Up with Informatics!
February 25, 2020 Informatics College Caloocan school administrators meeting Congressman Edgar “Egay” Erice of Caloocan District 1 for a partnership that will aid the students of Caloocan achieve their dreams through I.T. with the help of Informatics.
February 21, 2020 We have work and trained many government agencies on a broad range of learning content —including compliance, leadership, business skills, productivity and collaboration tools, I.T., and digital transformation. Our scalable solutions are designed to meet agency needs regardless of size, and we provide on-demand content specific to the training requirements for government employees. We deliver maximum flexibility with customization options tailored around each agency’s unique challenges and goals. Informatics Intelligent e-Learning team visited GSIS last Feb. 21, 2020 to evaluate their requirements for IEL implementation this year.
February 20, 2020 Coun. Rovin Feliciano and Informatics College Caloocan students for his #AbotKayaKolehiyoProgram.