PRID honors MCCID Director

Sir Jojo together with PRID Officials and PAIDE President Jun Celada

MCCID’s Training Director Jojo Esposa Jr., a PRID alumna, received a plaque of recognition in behalf of MCCID for continuing the programs of PRID by opening up a sign language training center.

PRID 35th Anniversary

PRID Trainors and Staff struts a Gangnam Style dance.

PRID Trainors and Staff struts a Gangnam Style dance.

Sir Jojo receives the plaque of recognition

Sir Jojo receives the plaque of recognition

Sir Jojo with Sir Jun of PAIDE

Sir Jojo with Sir Jun of PAIDE

 

Deaf Awardees recognizing their contribution as one of the pioneer members PRID Board

Deaf Awardees recognizing their contribution as one of the pioneer members PRID Board

PRID Original Members of the Board

PRID Original Members of the Board

Oath of Support and Loyalty to PRID

Oath of Support and Loyalty to PRID

Awardees Table

Awardees Table

Deaf participants including MCCID Deaf Trainors' Regina Grace Buenaventura and Moises Libot (right)

Deaf participants including MCCID Deaf Trainors' Regina Grace Buenaventura and Moises Libot (right)

The award was given during the 35th Anniversary of Philippine Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf which was celebrated last October 13,2013 at PSD Grounds. Sir Jojo took his basic sign language course at PRID in 1992. He continued his training while at the same time establishing Manila Christian Computer Institute for the Deaf. He finished the course in 1995.

Sir Jojo received the award together with Sir Jun Celada of Philippine Association of Interpreters for Deaf Empowerment (PAIDE). MCCID offers a one-year Certificate in Sign Language and Interpreting course.

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