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Mission and Vision

Vision

A LEADING INSTITUTION THAT INSPIRES TO PROVIDE RELEVANT AND TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN HUMAN RESOURCE PROGRAMS;  PROMOTES GENDER RESPONSIVE SERVICES AND PRODUCES GLOBALLY-READY WORKFORCE IN VARIOUS COMPETITIVE INDUSTRIES.

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Mission

Mission

A LEADING INSTITUTION THAT NURTURES AND EMPOWERS GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE WORKFORCE; HELPS BUILD A GENDER-FAIR SOCIETY, THAT ENABLES INCLUSIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH BY 2030.

Core Values

  • INGENUITY

    Learning experience inspires creativity and innovation

  • NATIONALISM

    Learning experience inculcates love of country and fellowmen as a strong motivation to contribute to development

  • SOCIAL EMPOWERMENT

    Learning experience contributes to the social awareness and community involvement

  • PROFESSIONALISM

    Learning experience inculcates proper work ethics and attitudes

  • INDEPENDENCE

    Learning experience motivates self-reliance, critical thinkin g, and emotional stability

  • RESPECT AND RESPONSIBILITY

    Learning experience instills utmost respect for institution, gender and cultural diversity

  • EXCELLENCE

    Learning experience instill the principle that any endeavor is an opportunity to excel and achieve goals in life

History of NOLITC

To address the gap in the human resource requirements of BPO companies relocating in Negros Occidental, the provincial government under the leadership of the late Governor Joseph G. Marañon established the Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center in 2008. It was created pursuant to Sangguniang Panlalawigan Ordinance No. 001, series of 2008.

With Marañon’s untimely demise in March 12, 2009, former Governor Isidro P. Zayco took over and continued the legacy program of his predecessor.

The training center was inaugurated in September 15, 2009 as a division under the Economic Enterprise Development Department of the Provincial Government.

In 2010, the Technological Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) granted authority to the center to offer English Language Proficiency and Contact Center Services NC II.

In October 2011, the training center started the implementation of the Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) in partnership with TESDA and the Industry-Training for Work Scholarship Program (I-TWSP) in collaboration with the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines (NICP), Business Processing Association of the Philippines and Bacolod-Negros Federation for ICT.

Since then, it has produced two thousand graduates in the call center training and other programs, 70 percent of which, have had gainful employment in the BPO industry and other companies.