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Information and Communications Technology for Teachers Training San Pedro Elementary School

Participants: San Pedro Elementary School Faculty

The College of Information Technology and Engineering of Notre Dame of Midsayap College launched the community extension program entitled “Information and Communications Technology for Teachers Training” together with the Community Extension Services staff of Notre Dame of Midsayap College (NDMC) at San Pedro Elementary School. This program aims to enhance and develop computer-related or ICT skills of the faculty on the said school. Along with the launching program is the presentation of the Trainers from CITE faculty and staff, and listed as follows with their corresponding topics and schedules:

Microsoft Word (Nov. 15 & 22, 2017)

  • Jennifer O. Diaz
  • Joriz Joy S. Valdez


Microsoft Excel (Nov.29 & Dec. 06, 2017)

  • Rhino D. Cartagena, MIT
  • Engr. Ernesto C. Allado, MIM
  • Engr. Lyndel Jean L. Pagaduan


Microsoft Powerpoint (Jan.03 & 10, 2017)

  • Engr. Riza Jean M. Acanto
  • Engr. Eugene Segovia
  • Nero L. Hontiveros


Adobe Photoshop (Jan.17 & 24, 2017)

  • Gaubert B. Espe
  • Mark Bryan C. Tenebroso


LMS (Learning Management System) (Jan.31 and Feb.07, 2017)

  • Engr. Ronniel D. Labio, MIT
  • Michaelangelo B. Serrano, MIT



  • Corpuz, Ritche L.


Student Assistants:

  • Largo, Daisy BSCpE-4
  • Campollo, Jerlyn BSECE-4
  • Jumamil, Catherine BSECE-4
  • Salmagrande, Retchie P. BSCS-3
  • Tangaro, Charry Joy BSCS-4
  • Ponan, Fiona Gail BSIS-3
  • Peralta, Ia Camelle BSIS-3
  • Cacas, Mark Ivan D. BSIT-3

One of the vital things that computer can offer to us is its ability to make our task easier. But this ability has to be honed by learning the characteristics and best features of the software you use in your computer. After all, the usefulness of the computer will always rely on the hand and mind of the user. Thus, College of Information Technology and Engineering and Community Extension Services faculty and taff conducted seminar and workshops which were participated by San Pedro Elementary School Faculty.


The launching program was started with a prayer followed by the singing of the national anthem. Mr. Gerald B. Lamug, School Head of San Pedro ES, delivered his welcome address in which he gave gratitude for the opportunity as being one of the schools who benefited the community extension programs of NDMC. He also emphasized that the seminars and workshops would really help them in enhancing their skills and making their reports well done or in any computer-aided tasks. Engr. Ronniel D. Labio, MIT, delivered his message to the participants and express how glad he is to share and impart knowledge and skills of CITE faculty. It was followed by an overview of the program given by Ma’am Leodelyn V. Delosa where she specified the program’s objectives.

The contents of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was read and signed by both parties involved having the following representatives:

First Party Second Party


Mr. Gerald B. Lamug

San Pedro ES Head


Engr. Ronniel D. Labio, MIT


It was specified that the program will commence on Nov. 15, 2017 and will end on Mar. 21, 2017 or upon completion of 12-day training.

The CITE Trainers/Instructors and their respective Training Schedule were presented by Mr. Rhino D. Cartagena, MIT. The said program was ended with a closing remarks given by Engr. Jarold A. Sumaylo, ME-ECE, CES Focal Person.

The first set of Trainers started the 2-hour session right after the launching program. The environment of Microsoft Word Application and its basic features were reviewed. It was then followed by the lecture on Mail Merge and Envelope as one of the features of MS Word which helps in letter distribution.


Prepared by:

Jennifer O. Diaz