Java Programming Course is an object-oriented, distributed, interpreted, portable, architecture-neutral, multithreaded, high performance, dynamic programming language and environment modeled after C and C++. This is an introductory course designed for people with little or no programming experience on how to program in an object-oriented manner with the Java programming language. The most common use of Java is in creating applets. Applets can create games, animations, interactive programs, and other multimedia effects that can run as part of a Web page. Similarly, Java is an excellent language for developing more general-purpose programs that do not require Java-capable browsers to run.
NOTE: Knowledge in C, C++ or Visual Basic or at least one (1) programming language is an added advantage.
- Introduction to Object- Oriented Programming in Java
- Building Applications in Java
Information Systems Strategic Planning aims to provide executives with an ample level of awareness on the concepts necessary to formulate an information system plan that will provide for a 3-5 year IT framework by which IT will be used in the performance of the agency\
CILC is a technical course designed for end-users with or without background in computers. Its primary aim is to make the users more responsive to the needs of the organization and its clientele through the use of PC software packages and office productivity tools.
With businesses increasingly reliant on IT, there are mounting demands on computer systems to be available and providing the levels of service needed for the business to function or compete. Service Management is a methodology that is key to achieving these fundamental standards, enabling IT providers to deliver reliable, cost effective, quality service totheir users or customers for the benefit of the business.
The seminar aims to:
1. Provide information describing the need for an ICT Service Management framework to improve the ability of ICT Servicing units of govt to reliably and cost effectively deliver key applications and services to their end-users;
2. Define the mindset that an ICT service unit must possess to support efficient and effective govt operations; and
3. Identify the component processes of ICT Service Mgmt necessary in building an ITIL Implementation roadmap.
Manager, superviros and staff responsible for implementing maintaining, improving eh ICT services in govt dept, agencies, LGU and SUC
eGov Project Management
eGov Enterprise Architecture & EServices Strategic Planning
ICT Resource Acquisition (Terms of Reference)
ICT for Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change, Green Growth and Sustainable Development
Wordpress and HTML
In this course, you will learn the basic functionality and editing essentials that will allow you to produce high quality publications for both personal and business use such as business cards, letterheads, newsletters, booklets, manuals, brochures, advertisements, business forms, reports, magazines, catalogues, programs, flyers, posters and invitations. This course will teach you how to begin, edit, format and product a publication in Microsoft Publisher.
I. Course Description:
This course is a study of current personal computer hardware including computer assembly and upgrading, setup and configuration, and troubleshooting.
II. Course Objectives:
After completing the program, students will be able to:
? Identify the primary hardware components of a personal computer and describe the connection devices
? Identify the many types of data storage devices used in personal computer technology.
? Identify and describe common problems that cause personal computers to malfunction or to function below optimum performance levels and determine the repair solutions.
? The course takes the form of lectures and practical sessions (hands-on exercises) to provide a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of the course.
? Five(5) Days, 8:00am ? 5:00pm
V. Course Contents:
? PC Architecture
? Disk System Architecture
? Hardware Installation and Upgrades
2 ? Introduction to Operating System
? Installing Operating System
3 ? Laboratory Practices on Computer Hardware and OS Installation
4 ? Software Application
? Installing Peripherals Devices
? Laboratory Practice
5 ? Hardware and Software Troubleshooting
? Preventive Maintenance
This course serves as a general introduction for students to acquire a foundation in current network technologies for local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and the Internet. The course provides an introduction to the hardware, software, terminology, components, design, and connections of a network, as well as the topologies and protocols for LANs. It covers LAN-user concepts and the basic functions of system administration and operation.