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technical and soft skills needed in the IT industry today. The IT Fundamentals Track prepares students for the Philippine National I.T. Standards (PhilNITS) Fundamental Engineer (FE) examinations held bi-annually (April and October). In this track, students with little or no IT background will be equipped with the skills necessary in the other programming-intensive tracks. Students will be taught introductory computer science courses including algorithm design and programming in a first language. The Applications Development Track trains students to become the IT industry’s leading software engineers, web developers, system analysts, and database developers. The main objective of this track is to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills in designing and developing software systems and applications. Students will learn how to develop software projects that highly conform to the IT industry’s software engineering best practices. The Network and Systems Administration Track covers the design, implementation, and maintenance of computer networks and includes courses such as Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA Exploration 1-4), Linux Professional Institute (LPI 101, 102, 201, 202), and Microsoft Windows Server Administration. In this track, students use and configure network equipment such as routers, switches, wireless access points, firewalls, VPN concentrators, voice gateways, and IP phones, to name a few. Graduates of this track are employed as IT support engineers, network administrators, system administrators, and IT managers. The Mobile and Embedded Software Development Track trains students to develop software for mobile and embedded computers. In this track, students are also trained to program and handle projects for Android phones and devices, iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads, devices running Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango), and other embedded systems. Considering that 99% of the world’s computers nowadays are softwar ized embedded systems, mobile and embedded software developers are highly in demand locally and internationally. The Game Design and Development Track focuses on the foundational knowledge of creating 2D and 3D Video Games. In this track, students will understand fundamental key components and programming paradigms to create their own games from the ground up using C++, OpenGL, and OpenAL. The track will also give students a glimpse of rapid video game development using Unity3D. Aside from Business and Communication Skills courses, UP ITTC full-time students may also take the Japanese Language course as an elective. The course will serve as a preparation for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Levels N5 and N4. The full-time Certificate Programs run for four quarters (10 weeks/quarter). Classes are held from Monday to Friday, 8 am- 5 pm. Short Courses The UP ITDC also offers short course programs for IT professionals and students who wish to augment or upgrade their skill set. Please visit UP ITDC Short Courses for more details.
The University of the Philippines Information Technology Center (UP ITTC) was established on February 26, 2004. Upon the recommendation of then UP President Francisco Nemenzo, the UP Board of Regents (BOR) approved the creation of the ITTC Program under the Office of the Vice President for Development. The Center was created as a key component of the project funded by the Japan International Coop eration Agency (JICA). This project was dubbed as the Japan-Philippines Technical Cooperation Project on Philippine IT Human Resources Development (ITHRD). The primary goal of the project was to conduct high-level and practical IT training
ph. Systems Development and Operation.) at 8am in UP Baguio at the Bulwagang Juan Luna rm. interested parties may call UP ITTC at telephone numbers (+632) 920-2080 (direct line). the Center has relentlessly implemented a host of programs and activities that are geared toward the achievement of the program’s goals and objectives.edu. Computer Security. These must be submitted at least three days before the exam on April 25. 436-2217 (Marketing Team). Saturnino Urios University March 9.) at 1pm in La Union at the Lorma Colleges March 28. and the Japanese Language. 2009 (Sat. ascending per quarter: Level 1 for the First Quarter (June – August). 8am) to be held at the UP Engineering Library II (download map).) at 8am in Butuan at the Fr.00 (exam fee). The fulltime course is open to college degree holders. the UP ITTC’s ties with JICA lasted for close to seven years. 2009 (Mon. Due to the successful implementation of its mandate. UP ITTC industry partners offer full scholarships and employment opportunities after completion of the training program. with 2 pieces 2x2 ID pictures. . To register.up. For further inquiries and reservations. 2009 (Tue.edu.) at 1pm in Legazpi City at Bicol University (Main) Auditorium April 6. 2009 (Sun.) The program has four levels. The UP Information Technology Training Center (UP ITTC) announces the opening of admissions for its fulltime Certificate in Information Technology training program. accomplish the application form (available for download at http://ittc. Network Systems. The UP ITTC started its operation on July 20. an original Transcript of Records or True Copy of Grades.Miagao Campus (CAS Bldg. Business Skills for IT Professionals 1. 302) April 5.) at 8am in Naga City at the Ateneo de Naga University April 4. Computer Science Fundamentals.ph). 2009 (Mon. 2009 (Sat. and PhP 150.) at 8am in Capiz at the Capiz State University March 25. and throughout the four-year duration of the project. Level 3 for the Third Quarter (November – January). 2009 (Sun. The Certificate in IT Level 1 introduces trainees to the following core topics: Computer Systems..up. There are also schedules for the provinces: March 7.up.) at 8am in Isabela at the University of La Salette April 5. UP Diliman. 2004.) at 8am in Cagayan de Oro at the Capitol University March 12. Quezon City.Cebu College (CAS Bldg. 2009 (Sat. Fulltime UP ITTC students generally take Japanese language lessons everyday and prepare themselves for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test Levels 3 and 4.) at 1pm at the Camarines Norte State College (Main) April 7. or log onto their website at http://ittc. or (+632) 981-8500 (trunk line) local 4468/4469. Tan Hall. 202 April 4. and Level 4 during the Fourth Quarter (February – April). You can also visit their facilities at 2/F Vidal A. Velasquez St. 2009 (Thurs.) at 1pm in UP Visayas .ph. 2009(Saturday. Level 2 during the Second Quarter (August – October). cor. Computer Programming 1 (C Programming).edu.) at 1pm in UP Visayas . e-mail at info@ittc. rm. Database Systems.. You can also reach them by fax at (+632) 920-2036. 2009 (Sat.in cooperation with universities and companies and consequently fill in the gap in the local IT industry. Current IT Topics. 2009 (Wed. Quirino Ave.
and network programmers.securing a network against known vulnerability attacks. and Japanese Language. Network Security. This track covers: Network Fundamentals. Network Systems Workshop. network engineers. network administrators. . Network programming is also an integral part for it lets the students understand network protocols such as UDP and TCP better. they will be capable systems administrators. Network Design and Integration. Network Management. After graduating. Network Programming. Business Skills for IT Professionals 3 and 4.
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