GS on 1st Trimester 2013-2014
The new students are working professionals in the fields of client servicing, education, public information, and online journalism.
Courses offered are:
- Craft of Communication
- Development Communication
- Advanced Communication Theory
- Risk and Crisis Communication
- Statistics Applied to Communication
- Corporate Communication
Community women who have completed basic digital literacy training and who are engaged in business or planning to start their own business are invited to join the Cherie Blair Foundation's programme for women entrepreneurs, an online mentoring activity. Deadline for application for 20 slots is May 28.
Under its TESDA-registered Visual Graphics Design course, iCollege, in partnership with the AIJC and the ICTV is offering the following courses:
- Introduction to Digital Imaging
- Basics in Desktop Publishing
- Introduction to Web Development
- Packaging Design Essentials
Again, AIJC is on the global stage.
AIJC senior consultant and faculty member Dr. Crispin Maslog was invited as panelist in the Plenary Session 2: Addressing the Issue of Impunity in the celebration of World Press Freedom Day in Costa Rica on 2-4 May 2013.
AIJC has been commissioned by the Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC) to design and produce the advocacy and communication plan for the 2nd National Plan of Action for Children (NPAC), 2011-2016.
NPAC is a medium-term plan designed to continue and enhance the progressive realization of the rights of Filipino children.
AIJC and NowPlanet.TV held a roundtable discussion (RTD) on the Sabah issue on April 15, 2013. Called Konfrontasi or Compensation? (perspectives on the Sabah Issue), the RTD brought together highly knowledgeable presenters and interested academic and media professionals in a two-hour candid analysis of the social, historical, and diplomatic issues and proposed solutions for the Sabah problem.
Ambassador Lauro L. Baja Jr., Chair of the Philippine Ambassadors’ Association, former Philippine Permanent Representative to the UN and former Foreign Affairs Undersecretary for Policy, and Ms. Amina Rasul-Bernardo, President of the Philippine Center for Islam and Democracy (PCID), presented an incisive analysis of Sabah as a policy problem and recommended practicable options for the Philippine government.
AIJC President Emeritus Florangel Rosario-Braid was conferred the Balitoc Award by the Provincial Government of Pangasinan for her “indelible mark in the national scene and the global community” in the field of journalism and development communication.
Thirty-five regional directors and hospital chiefs of the Department of Health (DOH) will go through the rigors of a three-day training program on risk communication conducted by AIJC in Angeles City, Pampanga, April 24-26, 2013.
More than a hundred local environment and natural resources officers nationwide will gather in the 2013 National Convention of the Philippine League of Local Environment and Natural Resources Officers, Inc. (PLLENRO) on April 24-27 at the Tagaytay International Convention Center in Tagaytay City.
With the theme LGUs Walking the Talk on Low Carbon Governance, Improving Air Quality and Protecting Natural Resources, the conference will look into valuable lessons on better air quality and greenhouse gas management, monitoring and tracking GHG emissions, and strategies to reduce emissions.