GenSan Computer Literacy Program Goes On Wheels12:58 PM
S.H.E.E.P. - Computer Literacy Program took part big time in my life last year as I enter the said program as a stepping stone of the greatness I am enjoying today. I was in clear no idea of what this government move to its generals; would it be beneficial, or just another walk in the air... 'till I indulged myself in it.
I've been working to three different costumer service companies before I encounter the S.H.E.E.P - CLP. This was being introduced to me by our neighborhood, a teacher, and a leader to our community. At first, I agreed on joining just because of the presented trainings he showed me. The call center training and English language proficiency. These really got my interest to be part of the said program. They really trained me for more than a month and even guide me to look for a job that best suits me. I guess this is what this program created for. Apart from what I mentioned trainings, they also have Adobe Photoshop, Videography, Robotics and the like. This program actually aims to educate every general especially out-of-school youth to at least compete the swift evolution of technology. But I think this program breakthrough was after they taught a large number of senior citizens in GenSan about the use of computer and its importance to our lives.
Indeed S.H.E.E.P. - Computer Literacy Program moulded ordinary general to become a champion of their own. Will help you guide to where you actually belong. Your craft. Your forte. Your passion. Your world.
Since there is a bunch of great minds from awesome people behind S.H.E.E.P. - CLP, they level up the learning through great innovation as they bring S.H.E.E.P. - Computer Literacy Program "Goes On Wheels". Riding soon on the second quarter of 2013.
This S.H.E.E.P. new innovation the Computer Literacy Program Goes On Wheels is a mobile laboratory installed in a medium-sized truck. After this project has been approved, they're now utilizing it in a minimum carrying dimension of an Isuzu Elf; other vehicles may be considered as long as this meets the need and obligatory space requirements of the mobile laboratory. There are twelve computer workstations available for use by students. The instructor has a large, flat panel display in lieu of a digital projector due to area constraints. Other equipment will be in place to make the environment comfortable and conducive for learning.
This mobile laboratory's goal is to reach far flung areas within the city where distance is a hindrance for education. Targeting out-of-school and those underprivileged youth to have a good quality education. GenSan government desires to give free education and training, and to empower with skills that will make a tremendous impact to their life.
To know more or want to be part of any training offered under S.H.E.E.P. Computer Literacy Program, you may visit Mabuhay I.T. Park, Ced Avenue, National Highway, GenSan behind Sun City Suites.