In upholding their mandate to protect and promote the rights and dignity of every human being in the Philippines including …
Classroom instructions are in Filipino Sign Language while written communication strictly follows the English grammar.
Bible-based values and Christian work ethics are taught for future deaf employees and entrepreneurs.
Computer and Information Technology as well as sign language courses are offered in campus and soon to be online.
Deaf students won in local and international skills contests while our programs are recognized worldwide.
Welcome to the official website of Manila Christian Computer Institute for the Deaf College of Technology – 6th Edition. We have been online since 1997. Our main goal is to assist the deaf in getting a better chance to compete for employment, education and other opportunities like every other citizen.
1st Semester School Year 2018-2019 Classes Start on JUNE 18 (Monday)
Here are the following courses offered by MCCID College.
People who are proficient in computer graphics related technologies are needed in companies that require design and artistic skills. Course …Learn More
People who are proficient in business applications are needed in offices that require technical business skills including software applications. …Learn More
Learn conversational sign language including Filipino Sign Language, deafness and deaf culture as well as PWD sensitivity training. …Learn More
Course programs being offered on campus will soon be available online such as web design and sign language appreciation.Learn More
The school aims to deliver an educational training program that is truly responsive to the needs of a greater number of people, based on Christian social values and work ethics. With this in mind, we offer a competitive advantage to deaf learners such as:
Our San Mateo, Rizal campus sits on a cool 6000 sq.m. rolling hills and is free from pollution and traffic.
Our sports facilities include full-court sized basketball court, dart, table tennis and a recreational swimming pool.
Computer Training Manuals and exercises are especially designed for the deaf. Free wi-fi access are available within campus.
Training recommendation and job placement assistance are given to qualified deaf graduates and trainees.