Earn a Bachelor Degree/Diploma in E-Commerce Program

Do you want to Earn a Bachelor Degree/Diploma in E-Commerce Program? Then, this is the right time for you to take on the challenge. Digital Filipino is now accepting students/enrollees in their E-Commence Program.

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What’s in Store for you?

Enrolling in the program would mean a great opportunity for you. Because 2015 is the year of ASEAN Integration  and what does it mean? It only means that all skilled workers around the ASEAN Region will be your greatest competition. Would you rather want to be left behind? Of course not! Right? So, if you want to stand out from the rest of your counterpart, then,  becoming an E-Commerce Specialist, Entrepreneur and Professional is your ultimate ticket.

The Catch

Ms. Janette Toral of Digital Filipino, in partnership with the Asian Institute of E-Commerce and AIE College, has launched a program that could help participants to become an E-Commerce Specialist, Entrepreneur and Professional.

The Benefits of enrolling the Program

  • Certificates – Training Certificates for the 11 Modules will be handed out as long as you complied and complete the requirement in each particular module.
  • Expert Trainers Janette Toral is a specialist when it comes to E-Commerce subject matters and not only that, participants will have 40 distinguished resource persons during the course of the 11 Modules.
  • The course can be taken Online – Participants are free to choose whether to take the program online or by face to face sessions.
  • Earn Units – Participants of the Program can earn units provided they fully comply with the course requirements (Complete the 54 Hours per Module)
        • Attend 8 Hours Face to Face Sessions
        • Join the 4 live Webinar Sessions
        • Take the exam (Prelims, Midterms, Finals)
        • Do the research / report / actual project work
  • Bachelors Degree/Diploma in E-Commerce – Participants who have satisfactorily finished at least 2nd  year in College can earn the Diploma Program and those who have finished at least 3rd Year in College can earn the Bachelor Degree. (Note: Asian Institute of E-Commerce / AIE College will review all the pertinent documents to see if the participants are qualified for a specific program.)
  • Easy Payment System – Participant may pay in full or on per Module Basis. (Note: Asian Institute of E-Commerce / AIE College will issue the Official Receipts.)

Training Schedule:

    • Face-to-Face session on:
  • MANILA – January 17, 2015 (Saturday) at Best Western Plus Antel Hotel, Makati Avenue, Makati City from 9 AM to 6 PM. (option to attend the weekly live ONLINE sessions)
  • CEBU – January 24, 2015 (Saturday) at Third Team Media, 5th floor IMEZ Building, 502 Pueblo Verde, MEZII, Basak, Lapu-Lapu City from 9 AM to 6 PM. (option to attend the weekly live ONLINE sessions)
  • DAVAO – January 31 (Saturday) at Lane Systems, Dr4-5 Wheels and More Drive Compound J.P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City from 9 AM to 6 PM. (option to attend the weekly live ONLINE sessions)
  • DAGUPAN – February 7 (Saturday) at AIE College, Tambac District, Dagupan City from 9 AM to 6 PM. (option to attend the weekly live ONLINE sessions)
  • Online class starts January 21, 2015 (every Wednesday from 8:30 PM to 10:00 PM)

Training Fee:

The Fee for each Module is Three Thousand Pesos (P3,000.00) except for Module 8 which is at Six Thousand Pesos (P6,000.00) and if you pay the 11 Modules in cash you are entitled for a big discount and the 11 Modules cost Thirty Thousand Pesos (30,000.00)

And because I love my readers so much. I am giving away a special offer just for my blog readers. A  10% discount! Just fill out the form below and received a billing with the 10% discount offer.

If you want to receive an exclusive 10% discount for the Certified E-Commerce Specialist, Entrepreneur, and Professional Training Program, just fill up this form and a discounted billing will be emailed to you.

Janette Toral will send an email confirmation link to ensure no one is adding you without consent. Kindly check your bulk or spam folder in case it doesn’t arrive in your inbox. Once confirmed, you will receive an e-mail that has the discounted e-mail billing.

 

 

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Subangan: A Home for the 20-ton Sperm Whale

Have you heard of Subangan? Well, it is the Davao Oriental Provincial Museum, located in Mati City, Davao Oriental and it is our first time to visit and explore the said Provincial Museum. The structure of the museum is very neat and attractive to see outside. Entrance Fee is PHP 20.00.

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What’s in Store for the Visitors?

20-ton Sperm Whale

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Visitor’s will get a close encounter with the remains of the 20-ton gentle giant that lies in the Subangan Museum. DAVOR (Davao ORiental) which the province gave its name, pave way to the establishment of the museum. The preserved mammal measures 53 feet in length and are considered as the 7th largest whale on show in the whole world and the very first in the Philippines.

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Mt. Hamiguitan

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Aside from that, visitors will be able to have a glimpse of the what Mt. Hamiguitan Look-like and was declared as national park and a wildlife sanctuary by the UNESCO World Heritage Center.

The Pristine Beaches

You will be amazed how many white sand beaches Davao Oriental have. One of the most visited here is the Dahican Beach and to be more popular with Skimboarding fanatics.

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I greatly suggest that the Subangan Museum is good for Educators Tour since a lot of good information and good materials for learning is placed. We had a really good time exploring the museum. Hopefully, I was able to give justice to what I learned from our exploration and visit in Subungan.

How to get here:

Sunday Mass at Sta. Ana Shrine Parish

Sunday is a Family Day and God’s day, my husband and I went to Sta. Ana Church to hear the mass, a lot of people where there already so we have no choice but to stay at the back. It was 6pm when the mass started. I could hear the children’s loud cry and it causes a bit of disturbances of its solemnity.

When I look at the ceiling, I was fascinated by the design that was hung together with the chandelier. I thought maybe it was part of the wedding decoration and they left it out until Sunday. I could not ask anyone so it only remains in my thoughts.

When the mass ended, I could not help myself not to take some pictures.