The department of Information Technology together with Information Technology Communication Center has successfully conducted the four-day Computer Literacy Training designed for the Bureau of Fire Protection personnel in Aurora.
The program which was considerately designed to fit the needs of the said clients, started with a session with Mr. Sherwin Glorioso welcoming the participants to the world of internet. Further strengthening their know-how with computer systems, Mr. Marmol performed assembly and disassembly of a working machine. This is one of the BFP’s highly requested topics to equip them with basic skills in dealing with different computer problems.
After the internet and hardware, different software applications were thoroughly presented by Maam Cristelita Lombres and Maam Mayreen Amazona. This is to boost their performance in their clerical task and report preparations.
Basic Microsoft offices were individually discussed putting special emphasis in Microsoft Excel and in the integration of different softwares. To assure the relativity of the training, real office documents were used as examples. Mr. Von Gerald Macose discussed the advance office application, including mailmerge feature and advance excel formula application.
As requested by the participants an additional topic was also included. The fun and exciting part, -photo editing.
The training concluded with a short message from the head of the BFP aurora office. He sincerely expressed his gratitude to the college for approving their training request which he said is vital in the performance of their duties.
More than 20 participants pleasantly attended the training which is intensive enough to cover different lessons ranging from the parts of offices, proper typing position, basic of word, application and presentation.
It is a mandate of the Aurora State colllege of Technology to lend its helping hands though the different Extension activities, tailor fitting the training approach to fit the need of its client. It is then realized though integration with offices in and out of the college. True to its principle of being a catalyst of development in the province.