Free IT courses offered to OFWs, dependents

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Friday, August 8, 2014

THE Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) is providing free Information and Technology (IT) courses in a bid to bridge communication gaps between Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and their dependents back home.

OWWA Regional Information Officer Natasha Omar said the IT training program is also aimed to enable the OFW and his or her family through the use of internet.

Omar said the IT courses are computer literacy program that provides OFWs and their families a training and access to technology.


The OFWs and their dependents may choose from a day or two days of training, according to Omar.

She said the program has nine IT advancement skill courses from basic computer concepts to web designing, spreadsheet concepts and other IT related courses.

She said the IT training program is just one of the programs being rendered by the agency to its clientele.

She said interested applicants may visit the OWWA regional office at the 3rd floor of Goodwill Center along Mayor Jaldon Street, Canelar, this city.

She said they may contact through telephone number (062)991-27-85. (Bong Garcia)

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