In 2016 Informatix Inc. of Japan has partnered with the PhilNITS Foundation Inc. to implement the JICA Survey Project on Disaster and Risk Reduction Management for the Province of Pangasinan, and the Municipalities of Binmaley and Lingayen, and the City of Dagupan.
The PhilNITS Foundation has outsourced to the PhilNITS Corporation the last phase of the JICA Survey Project (the Support and Maintenance of the GeoCloud System of Pangasinan) Starting this January 2017 in anticipation of replicating the DRRM Mapping System to other LGUs in the Philippines.
July 14, 2015 The PhilNITS Corporation was set up by the employees of the Philippine National IT Standards (PhilNITS) Foundation Inc. with the objective of coming out with a Profit-oriented Business that will help support and sustain the operations of the PhilNITS Foundation, (a non-stock, non profit, non-government organization, that is now in its 15th year of operation).
March 2016 Philnits holds free seminar on certification
March 7, 2016 at Batangas State University Alangilan Campus,
March 10, 2016 at Cebu Institute of Technology and
March 11, 2016 at the University of Baguio.
Sponsored by (IPA) Information Promotions Agency and
(METI) Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry of Japan.
Speaker Mr. Kenji Ogawa VP IT-HRD IPA Japan and Ms. Corazon Akol President Philnits
Sept. 29 - 30, 2015
The IT Professionals Examination Council held its Annual Executive Director’s Meeting at the Movenpick Hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam, hosted by the Vietnam Training and Examination Center (VITEC) and supported by the Information technology Promotions Agency (IPA) of Japan..
Present were Ms. Ma. Corazon M. Akol of PhilNITS, Ms. Suwipa Wanasathop , Dr. Sirichai Kittivarapong and Mr. Tanat Tonguthaisri of National Science & Development Agency (NSTDA) of Thailand, Mr. Ha Trung Nguyen ,Mr. Dung Le Viet, Ms. Van Anh Dinh Thi and Mr Phuong Xuan Tran of the Vietnam Training and Examination Centre (VITEC) of Vietnam, Mr. Ye Yint Win of the Myanmar Computer Federation (MCF) of Myanmar, Dr. Nanthakumar Subramaniamthe Multimedia Technology Enhancement Operations Sdn Bhd (METEOR) of Malaysia , Ms. Narantsetseg Purevjav of the National Information Technology Park (NITP) of Mongolia and Mr. Muhammad Enamul Kabir ,and Mr. MD Golam Sarwar of the Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) of Bangladesh . Also in the photo are Chief JICA Adviser for BCC is Mr. Hideo Hoya, Deputy Director, Information Service Industry Division of Commerce & Information Policy Bureau, METI Mr. Tsuyoshi Noda, Mr. Kenjie Ogawa, Mr. Masanori Yazaki and Ms. Ryoko Toyoda of the information technology Promotions Agency (IPA) of Japan.
PhilNITS President Ma. Corazon M. Akol , Vice Pres. Peter Que, and Chair of Board of Examiners Melvin Matulac together with PhilNITS Adviser, Usec. Hermie Dumlao and Informatix Marketing Manager Noriaki Ishibashi were invited by Prof. Nicanor Melecio, Consultant for Environment and Good Governance of Dagupan City Mayor Belen T. Fernandez and Eng. Alfonso Penamante Supervising Consultant of the Public Alert & Response Monitoring Center (PARM) of Dagupan to attend the DOST-ICTO Multi stakeholders ICT Forum/ MOU Signing in Dagupan City.
Together with Noriaki Ishibashi-san of Informatix, Peter Que and Maricor Akol of PhilNITS and Engr. Angie Balid of CTII and with the help of Usec. Hermie Dumlao, visted the Province of Pangasinan in connection with the approved JICA Survey Project for SMEs of Informatix entitled “ A Verification Survey to Disseminate Japanese Technologies for Integrated Geographic Information (GIS) for Advancement of the Regional Disaster Prevention”. The group was hosted by the Provincial Administrator Mr. Raffy Baraan. The group paid a courtesy Call to the Provincial Governor Amado Espino Jr. and informed him and his Staff of the Project details. After the Presentation made by Informatix to the Staff of the Provincial Govt as well as to the different concerned Personnel of the Cities of Dagupan, Lingayen and the Municipality of Binmaley, the group was given a Tour of the Provincial Capital
PhilNITS hosts ITPEC Meeting last June 10-12,2015 at the St. Giles Hotel. In attendance were Mika Ito , Hiroshi Mukaiyama, Shinichi Ichimura, Kazunari Ito, Tsutomu Takashegi, Masamichi Yazaki and Yasuto Shirai, from Vietnam were Bui Ngoc Anh and Ngo Hai Anh, from Thailand were Surasak Srisawan and Boontawee Suntisrivaraporn from Myanmar were Tun Khine and Htay Yin Win, from Mongolia were Usukhbayar Baldangombo, Lkhamrolom Tsoodol, Narantsetseg Purevjav, and Erdenelkham Tserennadmid, from Bangladesh were Mohammad Mahfuzul Islam, Mohammad Mohidur Ralunan Khan and Akohiro Shoji, from Malaysia were Jaspal Kaur Naranjan Singh and Fathin Fakriah Abdul Aziz, and from the Philippines were Melvin Matulac, Michelle Banawan, Jphn Paul Yusiong, Franklin Chua, Antoinette Marcelo and Peter Que
May 21, 2015
Ms. Akol paid a Courtesy Call to the Chairman of IPA , Kazimasa Fujie and Vice Chairman Hisaya Tanaka. She also met with the IPA Vice President Kenji Ogawa and IPA Officers & Staff, Ms. Mika Ito, Mr. Yazaki , Mr. Mukaiyama and Ms. Toyoda.
While in IPA, she also met with Deputy Director Information Service Industry Division, Commerce and Information Policy Bureau of the Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI), Mr. Akira Koike.
Ms. Akol, as member of the Phil-Japan Business Council of the Phil. Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PCCI) joined the PCCI Trade Mission to Osaka.
A Certificate of Partnership between New Era University-College of Computer Studies and the Phil. National IT Standards Foundation (PhilNITS) was signed to unite in providing quality On-the Job Training to the students and to become significant entities of the Academe- Industry Linkage Program of the Department.
The Centro Escolar University-School of Science and Technology together with the Junior Philippine Computer Society awarded a Certificate of Appreciation to Ms. Ma. Corazon M. Akol , PhilNITS President, for being the Resource Speaker of the PhilNITS Orientation on the occasion of the Junior Philippine Computer Society Days 2014 with the theme of: “JPCS Elemental Crusade : (Igniting Ideas , Spouting Information, Mind-Blowing Creations and Ground-breaking Innovations) A Quest for a Grand Technological Metamorphosis”
Shown in the photo is outgoing PSITE National President Randy Gamboa with
PhilNITS President Maricor M. Akol and the PSITE Board Members
PSITE signs MOA with PhilNITS Foundation In keeping with the PSITE's 14th Annual Convention’s Theme: "Strengthening IT Education Paradigm through Organizational Development", the outgoing Philippine Society of IT Educators (PSITE) National Board 2011 signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Philippine National IT Standards (PhilNITS) Foundation Inc. last Feb. 24, 2012 at the Family Country Hotel and Convention Center in General Santos City. This MOA serves as a written document on the partnership between PSITE and PhilNITS in their collaborative work in producing world-class, globally competitive and recognized PhilNITS- certified IT Professionals in this highly dynamic and very competitive world of Information Technology. Adopting this advocacy for excellence will hopefully turn the Philippines into an Emerging Economy that can maintain its leadership in the IT and IT- Enabled Services in the world.
January 7, 2010
IT training helps Davao MSMEs in web marketing
DAVAO CITY, Jan. 7 (PNA) – At least 16 micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) of this city have benefited from the training on information technology (IT) that is deemed necessary to improve their business. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo personally awarded the certificates of entitlement to the MSMEs during a ceremony last January 5 at the Marco Polo Hotel here. The awarding was part of the program launching of the Virtual Poultry Farming and Saba Banana Integrated Development Program. The 16 MSMEs are the first batch of beneficiaries of the Training Enhancement for Competitiveness in Harnessing Innovative Entrepreneurs (Project TECHIE) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Philippine National IT Standards Foundation, Incorporated (PhilNITS).
Nenita F. Navales of Navales Foods, in her short interaction with the President during the ceremony, said that the project has greatly helped her in gaining some important inputs in web marketing. “Kami nga dugay na, wala kaayo mi’y nahibaluan sa computer. Nakatabang gyud ni’g dako sa amua (Like us, who have been in the business for so long, we are not that computer literate. This has helped us a lot),” Navales, who has been in food processing for 15 years, told the President. Project TECHIE is an integrated approach in IT, enabling MSMEs through partnership building; trainings; and support to project secretariat. It is a response toe the mandate of the present administration that calls for the promotion and development of MSMEs as a means to stimulate economic activity in the countryside. The project is likewise a tool which can help local MSMEs boost their productivity and income since they’re taught about how to maximize the internet in their promotion/marketing efforts.
Project TECHIE has five levels of trainings, from basic computer literacy to comprehensive web marketing. Each level/phase is composed of two batches. The project started last December and will end in June this year. The trainings are given to interested MSMEs for free. (PNA)
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 8, 2010.
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