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Capiz ICT

Organizational Meeting
Urban Manor Hotel
Pueblo de Panay, Roxas City
13 November 2013
Time Activity/Topic Responsibility
1:00 1:30 Registration Secretariat
1:30 1:45 Opening Prayer Identified Pax
National Anthem
Welcome Remarks DTI-PD Ermelinda P. Pollentes
1:45 2:15 Review of ICT Orientation Outputs:
Strengths and Weaknesses
Suggested Next Steps
Mercedes A. Young
2:15 4:20 Moving Forward
Organization of the ICT Council
Activities to strengthen the Council Elected Chairperson
4:20 4:30 Closing Remarks TESDA-PD Edwin S. Villanueva
Program
Review of ICT Orientation Outputs
conducted on 20 June 2013
Strengths
Competitive labor costs (median pay)
Manpower/Quantity of Talent
Infrastructure is present (hotel, airport,
power, etc. )
Low rental rates
CSE good/low CR
Not prone to calamities



Weaknesses
Telcos/Power Infra reliability/cost
No PEZA-accredited zone
Unemployment
Red Tape (3)
Talent-Not competitive (just aim for diploma
rather than knowledge, labor mismatch)
Lack of ICT Council involving all sectors (3)
Infrastructure (need to maximize)/hotel
availability/Telco/Power high costs
Weaknesses
Quality of Talent, Hirability (Language)
No available real estate for industrial zone
Reliability/Quality of telecommunications
High power rates
No training providers for BPOs accredited with
TESDA




NEXT STEPS (1) - For All
Organize ICT Sector
LGU/Collaboration of academe, government and
private sector to encourage workforce to learn more
about ICT
Raise the awareness of the young people on
opportunities in the ICT/Create an ICT group - led by
private sector but needs to be supported by LGU and
academe (government need to do more)





NEXT STEPS (2) LGU / Business
Develop and/or leverage tourism
Reduce taxes
Fix Telco and Power Issues Channels/Address
Power costs as a province
Reduce red tape LGU/all stakeholders (2)



NEXT STEPS (3) - Academe
Proper Training for Manpower Group for
Training (English)
Address basic education to set foundation
Develop talents demanded by industry to
address mismatch
Improve school facilities, curriculum
alignment




Organization of the ICT Council
Suggested composition:






Chair should come from the private sector




Sector Number
Private Sector ?
Academe ?
TESDA 1
DTI 1
Total ?
Strengthening of the ICT Council
No. Activities Target Date Responsibility Remarks
1. Regular meetings
2. Benchmarking to Bacolod City May 2014 DTI Cost-sharing
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