The City Gov’t of Tacloban in collaboration with the DICT set to hold Digital Jobs PH Technical Training
TACLOBAN CITY (CIO) — The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) and the City Government of Tacloban under Mayor Alfred S. Romualdez conducted the qualifying examination, and interview for registrants of the Digital Jobs PH Technical Training on Friday, October 4 at the Negosyo Center, Kanhuraw Building.
DICT Provincial Officer Claire Fernandez said that there were over 86 who registered online, but only the top 25 will be selected to undergo a two-month training under the said program.
The 25 qualified scholars will be given a standard E-Commerce Course and Digital Marketing Professional Program.
“As this will be an online freelance training, they will be given 8 modules such as Content Writing, Web Development, Photography, Digital Marketing, among others,” she added.
Fernandez also urged those who are looking for online jobs to join as this will enable them to be an online freelancer and earn more than regular government and even overseas workers.
“We encourage you to join because this is an online freelance training that can surely enhance your skills, and the beauty of this is all for free. We only need your time, commitment and passion. If this is really for you, we are also here to help you,” she stressed.
The program aims to enhance the skills of persons who are financially unstable for them to be able to do online freelancing jobs as a source of income.
To take the qualifying exam and to have the chance to proceed for an interview, applicants must be a Filipino citizen and a resident of Tacloban City, at least a high school graduate, has basic I.T. skills and must have good communication skills.
The Digital Jobs PH Technical Training will be conducted for the first time in Tacloban said DICT. This will start from October 15 until December of this year. – C. Merin/CIO
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