Fifty-one provincial government scholars completed the contact center services NC II course at the Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center in Bacolod City yesterday.
Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson, in his speech read by executive assistant Charina Magallanes-Tan, said that NOLITC has transformed the educational landscape of Negros Island.
“It has become the impetus of this administration in reshaping the socio-economic landscape of the province by equipping the youth with relevant training, responsive to the needs of the growing IT-BPM industry,” he added.
The governor reiterated his call to the graduates to be responsible products of NOLITC because their actions will determine where they came from.
He added that the graduates should do well because their future is not in some remote distant time but rather now.
Ma. Cristina Orbecido, NOLITC Vocational School administrator, urged the graduates to continue embracing NOLITC’s core values and to fulfill their passion and work on it seriously.*
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