The 2014-2015 trimester starts on July 21!
Courses for the first trimester are: online journalism, knowledge management, statistics applied to communication, communication and governance, communication research methods, corporate communication and advanced communication theory. Faculty will be headed by Dr. Madeline Quiamco, Mary Christine Culibao (Corporate Communications Director, Institute for Integrality), Sonny Cuenco (former director, School of Government, Ateneo de Manila University), Dr. Paz Diaz, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Roosevelt College) and Ma. Sofia Varlez (Senior Manager, Corporate Communication, PhilHealth.
For details, please contact acting registrar Ms. Virgie Nieva at tel. no. 743-4321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. AIJC website may be accessed through www.aijc.com.ph. Click here for the Course descriptions
Visual Graphics Design Course at iCollege
Two weeks into the course, participants of the Visual Graphics Design Course of the AIJC-managed iCollege Training Center have already produced very interesting materials. Using Photoshop and CorelDraw, they have developed posters, magazine covers, calling cards and logos.
The course, which also includes the subjects Design and Layout Basics, Print Media Using InDesign, Web Development, Packaging Design, and Product and Window Display, will run until October 2014. The 15 course participants are sponsored by TESDA.
A workshop on adaptation of media and information literacy indicators on Disaster Risk Reduction for Secondary Schools was held on June 26-27 at Astoria Plaza Hotel, Pasig City, in partnership with UNESCO Philippines.
Three educators from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand joined selected educators from the Philippines in presenting the draft indicators for validation and enrichment. Other participants included officers from the Philippine Climate Commission, Center for Disaster Preparedness, and the academe.
The AIJC Graduate School has moved to iCollege Building in Espana, Manila where the AIJC executive offices are located. The new location provides students more space for study and research activities.
Dean Madeline Quiamco remarked that the library is more spacious in the school’s new location where books and other materials can be easily accessed.
AIJC conducted a seminar workshop on effective technical writing and editing for Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative, a scientific organization engaged in urban risk reduction policy, knowledge, and practice in megacities and fast-growing metropolises. It is a member of the U.N. Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction and partner of the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery. The training was conducted on June 19-20, 2014 in Quezon City.
The AIJC-managed iCollege Training Center received scholarship grant for 15 out-of-school youth and unemployed individuals who are interested in Visual Graphics Design Course.