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This November, Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center (Nolitc) is one with our nation in celebrating this year’s National Children’s Month with the theme “New Normal Na Walang Iwanan: Karapatan ng Bawat Bata ating Tutukan!”
By virtue of Republic Act 10661, the NCM is an annual celebration that commemorates the significance of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by the United Nations General Assembly on Nov. 20, 1989, recognizing for the first time that children have their own rights, distinct from adults.
May this celebration reminds us to be good examples for our children and continue our efforts to build a better and brighter future for them.
𝐇𝐚𝐩𝐩𝐲 𝐍𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥 𝐂𝐡𝐢𝐥𝐝𝐫𝐞𝐧'𝐬 𝐌𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐡


Happy TEACHER’s DAY to all TRAINERS of NOLITC. Thank you for your commitment and dedication. Keep on inspiring and molding your students to become the best version of themselves. 


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International Day of Action for Women's Health 2020

NOLITC celebrates the International Day of Action for Women’s Health 2020 and together we take action, stand up and speak out in the global fight for women’s reproductive rights.

Nine of the 10 graduates of the provincial government-run Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology recently passed the United States Certified Professional Coder Examination.

Ma. Cristina Orbecido, vocational school administrator, said the graduates were trained by MedStar Philippines, in partnership with NOLITC.

She said they took the examination on February 9, and the results were released on February 20.

The passers were Wendy Lynn Andres, Arnie Arroyo, Wenifred Bernabat, Francel Viceire Calleno, Christine Laguna, Ricardo Aaron Nolido, Jinky Oriel, Louise Ortaliz, and Steffanee Bianca Vinson.

Judilyn Canete, president of MedStar Philippines, said the medical coding course is a US-certified qualification under the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC).

This is a 200-hour online course implemented by MedStar in partnership with NOLITC to increase the students’ efficiency and knowledge of the principles of medical coding, she said.

Canete said the CPC exam is a conclusive step to attaining CPC certification under the AAPC.

Passing the CPC examination elevates the earning potential of nurses or graduates compared to those without AAPC coding certificate, as high demand for certified medical coders continue to increase jobs in the US as projected in 2022, she added.

Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson lauded the NOLITC graduates for passing the examination.

Lacson also urged the other school to look at the success of the graduates as an inspiration to do better.*

The scholars who passed the US Coders Examination after their recent graduation at NOLITC*


Barely 8 months of studying in Japan, you made it to N3. You are truly awesome. Congratulations MARLYN MAE JUNSAY, NOLITC Alumna from Silay City for passing the Japanese Language Exam Level 3. Continue to make us proud of your achievements.
Keep up the excellent job and do well in your studies in the International Travel Hotels and Bridal College, Narita, Chiba Japan.
Sensei Katsutoshi Furukawa is really very proud of you.

Marlyn is a 2D animation graduate of NOLITC and was given a two-year scholarship in Japan. She left the country March 2019. Marlyn Mae Junsay


Today, trainees and staff of NOLITC treat the trainers with the sweetest surprise for adding delight and sprinkling awesome goodness to our lives.

We will always be thankful to you for all the hardwork and efforts you have put in, for educating us.

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