Skills Development Institute

Institute of

Skills Development

VISION

We envision SDI to provide complete training of non-degree program under Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), and further training and retraining of faculty and staff of Lorma Colleges on New Trends in Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

MISSION

The Lorma Colleges Science and Technology Institute provides a variety of learning experiences which will enable the students to live, learn and develop as a responsible citizen and be an instrument of peace, love, joy, and hope wherever they go, whatever they do.

OBJECTIVES
  • General
  • The school offers two (2) year degree programs of varying specialization which are duly registered by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). It also offers a wide range of short-term but intensive workshop courses and advanced application courses designed for busy working adults.Offering the latest computer hardware and software, modern computer laboratories, a World Wide Web internet connection and unlimited internet access for all students. Courses are handled by competent instructors and conducted in a well-supervised learning environment allowing extensive hands-on training for each student.

    1. Specific 95% of the students will be equipped with technical knowledge and skills relative to the experiences necessary to work successfully in today’s sophisticated computing environments.
    2. 95% of the students will be developed to become well-rounded and responsible Computer and IT Professionals with strong moral values.
    3. 95% of the students will be prepared to apply their acquired technical knowledge, skills and experiences in the industry, government, business, and academic institutions with devotion to duty, for national development.

    The teaching-learning process is regarded as a dynamic entity in which the student is an active participant and the faculty as the facilitator. As such, the college aims to instill among its mentors and students that love for learning. The inclination and application of knowledge and the realization of a life-long pursuit as an attitude of individual and desire to be relevant at all times and places.

  • Function
  • In-charge of training of the non-degree program under the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) such as:

    1. Computer Technology with specialization in Programming
    2. Computer Technology with specialization in Technician
    3. Computer Technology with specialization in Secretarial
    4. Biomedical Equipment Technology
    5. Short Term EDP Courses

    Training and retraining of faculty and staff on new trends in Information and Communications Technology specifically on:

    1. Windows Applications
    2. Linux Operating System
    3. Open Source Application Software
    4. Internet Applications
Biomedical, Electronics and Computer Technology
Digital Imaging Technology
Multimedia Computing Technology

Contact

Hercules M. Cepriaso, BSAE
Head, Skills Development Institute
072.700.2500 local 326

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