Technology so that no one is left behind
Manila, Philippines, July 8, 2016 – ATRIEV executive director Tony Llanes wasn’t at the Camiling Central Elementary School on June 21 for the earthquake drill. But the timing of his visit certainly made everyone ask, are we sure no one is left behind in earthquake drills and disaster risk management?
Team ATRIEV talked with students about the real-life application of assistive technologies. ATRIEV earlier trained 25 children in the school on the technologies. ATRIEV also talked to the teachers about the classroom application of assistive technologies.
They all said, technology is useful, but the computers are scarce.
In the visit to the Camiling school in Tarlac, a province north of Manila, Team ATRIEV handed over to the school two computer tablets donated by Peter Ngo of Manila Downtown’s Y’S Men’S Club. The donation was facilitated by Victor Lao, also of the club.
Tony said technology helps persons with disabilities adapt in the classroom and get jobs. Equally important, he said technology, such as tracking devices, alarms, and navigation software, helps ensure that persons with disabilities are not left behind in times of disaster.
Congratulations to our PC Operations Graduates
Manila, Philippines, June 9, 2016 – Congratulations to the graduates of the PC Operations with Access Technology (PCOAT) training. Members of the May 2016 batch come from Metro Manila and the three major island groups: Pangasinan in Luzon, Capiz in the Visayas, and Cagayan de Oro in Mindanao. View photos of graduates
PCOAT is ATRIEV’s core training program, covering common Office applications and a module on English language communication. It is designed for students with visual impairment who have at least Grade 4 education.
To sign up for PCOAT and other trainings, contact ATRIEV, CREATING VISION BEYOND SIGHT. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: +63 2 725 4191.
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