by: Sarah Joson
Tuesday, November 15, 2011 | Outsourcing News |
Meanwhile, CHEd Chairperson Patricia B. Licuanan pledged full support to the industry, saying that it will help create jobs and eventually alleviate poverty. She added that this partnership can provide more opportunities for graduates so they will no longer have to leave the country to get better jobs abroad.
According to BPAP External Affairs Executive Director Martin Antonio S. Crisostomo, the proposal also states that students, whatever course they are taking, can include “BPO 101” in their core curriculum. They are likewise allowed to take service management as their minor course and can be trained for the BPO culture, finding solutions, and other analytical skills.
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