The School of Agro- Industrial and Technical Education (SAITE) is offering scholarships to 60 applicants who wish to pursue courses in Contact Center Services (CCS) and Cookery.
Forty slots are available for CCS National Certificate II program. Students will be trained in communication and computer-operating skills. They will be later assessed by Qualfon.
Applicants of CCS NCII must submit high school diploma, birth certificate as proof of at least 15-year-old age.
On the other hand, 20 slots are available for Cookery National Certificate Program II. They will be receiving daily allowance of P60.
Applicants of Cookery NC II must submit high school diploma, birth certificate as proof at least 15-year-old age, and barangay certificate which shows that the applicant’s family annual income is below P300, 000.
Silliman University (SU) will grant a certificate of training upon the completion of both programs. The CCS NC II course will require 144 hours while the Cookery NC II course will take up to 40 days.
Schedules for the classes will be 5-9 p.m. from Mondays to Fridays and 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.
Classes for CCS NC II will start Nov. 13, while classes for Cookery NC II will start as soon as the slots are filled up.
So far, 75 scholars have graduated this year from the CCS NC II program under the same scholarship. Thirty students will also be graduating on Dec. 2.
Enrolment is ongoing for these two certificate programs and will end as soon as the slots are filled up.
Applicants are to proceed to the SAITE office located at the first floor of SU Katipunan Hall to fill up the form and submit the requirements. They can also contact SAITE office at (035) 422-6002 local 363, or e-mail email@example.com.
Meanwhile, additional 25 scholarship slots for the program Animal Production NC II (Swine) and 25 slots for Animal Production NC II (Poultry) will be offered before the end of the year. As of press time, no date has been set for the start of enrolment for
These scholarship programs are supported by Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).
(With reports from Meilynne Sonjaco)