DICT’s Rural Impact Sourcing Technical Training produces 24 graduates in Cavite

Participants and completers to the Rural Impact Sourcing Technical Training implemented by the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) in the province of Cavite attended the graduation ceremony on August 13, 2018 at the Ceremonial Hall, Provincial Capitol Bldg., in Trece Martires City. Cavite Governor Boying Remulla conveyed his congratulatory message through his Executive Assisant Mr. Vincent Bae. The twelve-day classroom and 21-day roll-out training which focused on  Branding for Companies, Products and Services, Web Development, Product Photography and Content Writing, Business Blogging, Social Media Content Planning and Calendar, Building of their own Freelancer Profile and other related topics such as CRM and E-mail Follow Through, Data Privacy Law, Cybercrime Law, and Digital Marketing Ethics yielded top three trainees namely Mr. Richard Jimenez, Ms. Janine Vicente and Ms. Maria Gina Lucena. On behalf of all the participants, the top three expressed their gratitude to DICT for such opportunity and to Governor Boying Remulla for the endless support as they deliver their inspirational stories during the program. Awarding of certificates was led by DICT Program Manager of ICT Industry Development Bureau Ms. Emmy Lou Delfin of DICT, Regional Director for Operations Ms. Amelia Dean, Assistant Regional Director Luzon Cluster 2 Engr. Petronilo Villafuerte and Trainor Mr. Jeremiah Balan of Digital Filipino.

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