The 2nd Service Management Program Road Show was held on February 11 at the Fortune Towne Campus Activity Center.
The Road Show oriented the students on the possible career paths they could take if they join the 18-billion-dollar Information Technology–Business Process Management (IT–BPM) Industry of the IT and Business Process Association Philippines (IBPAP).
IBPAP also conducted the Service Management Program Basic English Skills Training (SMP BEST) Distribution and Orientation on January 16 for the Talisay, Fortune Towne, and Alijis contingents and on January 21 for the Binalbagan Campus.
SMP BEST is an e-learning tool designed for students’ independent learning of English, on top of classroom instruction—a direct aid to achieve the Institutional Learning Outcome No. 1 which is Communicative and Interpersonal Skills.