Tagum’s IP leaders acquire basic computer literacy

To boost the efficiency in inter-agency communications by our local IP community, Tagum City’s tribal leaders are now being equipped with basic skills and literacy in using the computer and it’s certain applications.

In partnership with the City Government of Tagum, the UM Tagum College offered a free training on Basic Computer Literacy for Tribal Leaders, featuring a series of seminar workshops that will teach the participants on how to use the computer and some of its essential applications for business communication such as MS Word and PowerPoint.

This activity falls under the banner project of the UMTC Department of Engineering Education Community Extension Service, coordinating with the City Tribal and Muslim Affairs Office and City Literacy Coordinating Council for the fulfillment of the said training.

Complete with high-quality facilities and PC units, the UMTC Computer Laboratory serves as a conducive venue for the workshop, maximizing the effectiveness of learning how to deal with basic computer applications through interactive hands-on training.

The first set of workshop scheduled last September 2, 2017, was well-attended by a number of tribal leaders composed of 22 Brgy. Tribal Chieftains, three Brgy. IPMRs, four Federated Presidents (Youth, Women, Elder, Bagani), and 22 Brgy. Tribal Secretaries.

The training on Basic Computer Literacy for Tribal Leaders is scheduled every Saturday afternoon and runs until October 14, 2017. Drex Rafols/CIO Tagum

 

This free training on Basic Computer Literacy for Tribal Leaders offers a series of seminar workshops that will tutor the participants on how to use the computer and some of its office applications such as MS Word and PowerPoint. Photos by Rogeneth P. Llanos/PESO Office