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Government Agencies and Companies
Here are some of the companies and government agencies with whom we conducted basic conversational Filipino Sign Language training and deaf sensitivity seminars:
DSWD - Central Office
As part of their Continuing Program Development and in line with its objective of advocating for a barrier-free environment and dissemination of information about deaf people, MCCID conducted Basic Filipino Sign Language and Deaf Sensitivity Training to selected professional social workers of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) – Central Office from November 26 -29, 2019 at Axiaa Hotel, Quezon City."
Commission on Human Rights
In upholding their mandate to protect and promote the rights and dignity of every human being in the Philippines including those with disabilities, the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) partnered with MCCID to conduct basic Filipino Sign Language and Deaf Sensitivity Training to the staff of Human Rights Centers Management Office (HRCMO) from June 22-24, 2019 at CHR Compound in Diliman, Quezon City.
National Council on Disability Affairs
Participants from various government agencies conducted the 3-day Deaf Sensitivity and Conversational Sign Language Training sponsored by the National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) which was held on September 24 to 26, 2018 at CityState Tower Hotel in Manila. Dubbed “Training on Bridging Communication Disability for Government Frontline Service”, the activity aims to equip government front desk officers on how to handle Persons who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing in getting their services.
Municipality of Rodriguez, Rizal
MCCID conducted the 2-day Conversational Sign Language Training sponsored by the Municipal Social Welfare Division of Rodriguez, Rizal which was held on October 26 and 27, 2017. MCCID’s Deaf Instructors Sir Ervin Reyes and Moises Libot assign sign names to the hearing participants while MCCID Training Director Jojo Esposa leads the training. Thank you very much to Mayor Cecilio Hernandez for his all-out support for their PWD constituents.
Philippine National Railways
In order to improve their services in handling those with disabilities as regards access to railway transportation, the Philippine National Railways conducted their Sensitivity Training on Persons with Disabilities from November 12 and 13, 2015 at their Training Room, 4th Floor, PNR Executive Building in Tondo Manila. MCCID through its Director Jojo Esposa Jr gave a half-day lecture on the barriers of those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing as well as reasonable accommodations that the government railway may adapt in order to address the issues.
Monde Nissin Corporation
In a special Christmas Thanksgiving Party for institutional partners held last December 14, 2011, MCCID College was introduced together with other well-known universities in the country. Monde Nissin hosts informed the rest of the participants about the successful program they conducted in partnership with MCCID like sign language training and the hiring of deaf graduates in their production units. MCCID is the only institutional partner which caters to Persons With Disabilities.
St. Camillus Hospital, Calbayog City
MCCID conducted sign language training to administration and staff of St. Camillus Hospital in Calbayog City, Western Samar from April 20 - 22, 2011. The training is in line with their preparation to accommodate persons who are deaf and hard of hearing. Training Director Jojo Esposa Jr., together with Deaf Instructor Jerome Marzan led the training. The event was upon the invitation of Hospital Chief Fr. James Roa and Officer Rey Demit.