Davao school gets Corporate Manual for serving excellence education

December 23, 2010 2:02 pm 

DAVAO CITY, Dec. 23 — The Joji Ilagan Education Centers has come up with its Corporate Manual in a turnover recently to Joji Ilagan Career Center Foundation, Inc. in the presence of the JIB schools’ directors and managers at the Institute of International Culinary and Hospitality Entrepreneurship (ICHEF) school building located along A Bonifacio St., this city.

Joji Ilagan-Bian, chair of the Joji Ilagan Career Center Foundation Inc., received the Corporate Manual handed over by Engr. Chona Evangelista, a well-acclaimed in corporate development.

Bian said the Corporate Manual will ensure consistent and continuous professional growth of all the JIB schools’ employees and put into place a systematic operation and efficient delivery of services to their clients.

JIB schools and educational centers hired the services of Evangelista, a top notch management consultant and former chair of the Mechanical Engineering Board to craft the Corporate Manual.

Bian said the manual is completed for a period of one year.

Coming up with the manual proves JIB schools’ thrust towards excellence education because we can now readily response to our needs and that of our clients, she said.

The schools’ directors and managers signed their pact compliance and commitment to signify their full support to the implementation of the Corporate Manual starting 2011.

Aside from customizing the JIB schools including call centers, the Corporate Manual will further professionalize the operations and system of the education facilities, Bian said.

“But more than that, we continue to focus and strengthen our services,” she said.

Evangelista, for her part, said with the Corporate Manual the JIB schools’ management can determine the minimum requirements for all levels based on the standards set by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

Every year, JIB schools work for targets in revenue growth from a low of 10 percent to a high of 20 percent.

However, with the Corporate Manual, the JIB schools will be aiming for 25 percent increase in revenues by 2011, Bian said.

“Year 2010 is bright for us since Davao City did very well in terms of economy but 2011 will be a better year, that’s why we’re aiming for 25 percent growth,” Bian said.

The number of JIB schools and educational centers rose to seven with the soon to open JIB International School of Hotel and Tourism Management in General Santos City. The school will be operating on January 2011 and will open on June 2011.

The schools and educational centers under the JIB management include Joji Ilagan College of Business and Tourism, Tumble Tots Philippines, JIB eAcademy (English and Call Center School), JIB Welding, Institute of International Culinary and Hospitality Entrepreneurship, JIB International School of Hotel and Tourism Management and Six Eleven Global Services, a call center based in this city. (PNA)



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