|Hercor College Campus News|
Reaching Towards Global Competence…
City – Hercor College, has set the stage for excellence in Hospitality
Management, by having 12 Bachelor in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism
Management students accepted for International Practicum to Singapore.
The 12 students were: Jonan Burgos, Emily Acojedo, Christopher Faulve,
Amielyn Upod, Cristart Fuentes, Christian Albara, Florenz Joy Haguisan,
Lily Joy Lipardo, Mark Jansent Fajardo, Elain Bertuldo, Manilyn Villar
and Shiela Joseco all on their 3rd year in BSHRTM Program.
The Department Head of the Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management Department added: “Much to our expectation and surprise, we are pleased and proud to have our 12 promising students bound for Singapore, however, it is not only a feather on our cap but a sincere challenge to strive and better our instruction, training and education to fulfill the requirements, if not exceed towards global competitiveness, excellence and quality. (Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines October 2006)
A FEATHER ON THE CAP !
Hercor College makes history as 3 computer programming students won all the gold medals in the recent CAPTESA –TESDA (Capiz Technical Schools Association-Technical Skills Development Authority) Computer Skills Competition.
The said competition was participated by 11 member-schools offering computer and technical education in the province. The event was held at Filamer Christian College Computer Lab. The skills competition comprised the 5 competency areas, namely, Speed Typing/Data Encoding, Electronic Spreadsheet (MS Excel), Web Page Design, Word Processing (MS Word) and Slide Show Presentation (MS Powerpoint). Jesusa Zabala (2nd from left) topped the Data Encoding and Electronic Spreadsheet while Joebel Dolor (center) ranked first in the Word Processing/Slide Show Presentation area. The most exigent and challenging area is the Web Page Design, in which Don Edward Bernales (2nd from right) won first place.
The stiff competition in the said competency areas raised the tension and pressure of both the participants and the spectators. And after a grueling test of skill, wit and knowledge, Hercor College stood firm and victorious as the coaches and the participant emerge from the COMLAB arena.
Ms. Netaly H. Dasig, Head of the Computer Science Department says that "What we have done here is an ardent proof that our computer education is not only relevant to today’s labor and employment needs but also effective in all its facets”.
“We would not have done this without the coaches and the full support of our administration, especially to Mr. Hernandez our school president.” Ms. Dasig added. (Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines January 27, 2006)
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