TESDA Ladderized Education Program
In compliance to Executive Order No. 358 – Installation of Ladderized Education System - AICS
recently launched its BS in Computer Science ladderized course, along with other universities
and TVET institutions. It was held last July 12, 2006 at Malacañang Palace with no less than
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and TESDA Director General Boboy Syjuco as the guests of honor.
The ladderized education system addresses the present compartmentalization of tech-voc and
college degree programs that hinder the recognition and accreditation of tech-voc competencies
in college degree programs and vice-versa. Under the system, the tech-voc and college degree
components are harmonized allowing an individual to progress between and among tech-voc courses,
college degree programs and eventually obtain gainful employment in the future.
Being one among the 75 institutions granted authorization by TESDA and CHED to offer the Ladderized
Education Program (LEP), AICS came up with a new ladderized curriculum for its BS Computer Science
Course. Inscribed in this curriculum are three Training Regulations (TR) from TESDA namely PC Operations
(NC II) on the first year of the course, Programming (NC IV) on the second year and Hardware Servicing
(NC II) on the third year. Each TR corresponds to one (1) diploma from TESDA after completion. The fourth
year concludes the entire course and the graduate receives a diploma for the whole program from CHED.
Honorable Mention 50% - 15%
(1st, 2nd, 3rd)
Volleyball, Basketball, Dart, Table Tennis, Chess, Bowling & Taekwondo.
Government scholarship program given by the Technical Education Skills DevelopmentAuthority (TESDA). TRIMEX is giving 100% assistance to qualified students under this grant.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT Scholarship
Municipal Scholarship Grants
Scholarship grant sponsored by the Municipal Mayor and Vice-Mayor.