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Technical Workshop

Participants: Barangay Tech4Ed
Trainers: Engr. Philip V. Vicerra - Engr. III, IT Administrator for DICT Mindanao Cluster Office 2 Office, Engr. Dante Pedro Gadian, Engr. III, TCSD Staff and Mr. Jaymark Dumio, Training Specialist 1, DICT

DAY TOPICS
1
  • PC Architecture
  • Disk System Architecture
  • Hardware Installation and Upgrades
  • Introduction to Operating System
  • Installing Operating System
2
  • Laboratory Practices on Computer Hardware and OS Installation
  • Software Application
  • Installing Peripherals Devices
3
  • Basic Networking
  • Laboratory Practice
  • Hardware and Software Troubleshooting
  • Preventive Maintenance

Tech Challenge

Digital Poster Making Contest

RATIONALE: Digital Poster Making Contest is a competition of original digital artwork created using Adobe Photoshop.

 CONTEST MECHANICS

  1. The LGU Valencia - ICT Digital Poster Making Contest competition is open to Grade 10-12 High School Students both public and private schools within Valencia City with one (1) participant per school. The participant should be officially enrolled this S.Y. 2018 – 2019 in the school they are representing.
  2. Only 15 slots are available. Registration is first come first serve basis.
  3. Software: The software to be used is Adobe Photoshop.
  4. The competition will run for four (4) hours which includes the creation of the Digital Artwork and the Artist Statement of Originality — this is an explanation in 300 words or less describing what inspired the artwork.
  5. Participants must be in the competition venue 30 minutes before the competition proper – 8:30 AM
  6. Each participant will be provided a workstation with the installed software (Adobe Photoshop). Participants will also be provided clean sheet of paper to write down their explanation about their artwork. By 8:00 AM, all participants should be settled for the short orientation. At exactly 8:30 AM, the competition will start.
  7. The theme for the competition will be revealed during the competition proper.
  8. The use of input devices other than a mouse is not allowed. The use of flash drive is strictly prohibited.
  9. Participants are prohibited to use other computer units. (e.g. personal laptops)
  10. Participants are advised to constantly save their entries in case of power interruption.
  11. No downloaded images can be integrated in the artwork since it should be all original. Everything in the artwork should be from scratch. The use of stacked/library images is also not allowed.
  12. There should only be two (2) applications running during the competition proper, namely Adobe Photoshop and Notepad. A participant caught running applications other than the allowed will be imposed with a one (1) point deduction per judge.
  13. After the briefing/orientation of the competition, a one (1) point deduction per judge per 5 minutes will be imposed for late comers. Only a maximum of thirty (30) minutes is allowed for late comers, more than that time equates disqualification.
  14. Document format:
  • resolution = 300dpi,
  • width = 18inches
  • height = 24 inches
  • orientation = Portrait orientation
  • Color mode = RGB

Note: No names or distinguishing marks on the entry. Failure to follow the image specification of output image will be imposed with a five (5) point deduction per judge.

  1. Save the image with the following information:
  • School initial_Surname_ParticipantNo.jpg.
  • For example,

School: University of the Philippines
Name of Participant: John Cruz
Participant No: 01

  • Filename: UP _JC_01.jpg
  • Note: When exporting the image to JPEG, make sure that the compression is 0 (zero compression) or set JPEG options Quality to Maximum (12).
  1. When done with the artwork, write the Report of Creativity using Notepad. Save the text with the following information:
  • School initial_Surname_ParticipantNo.txt
  • For example,

School: University of the Philippines
Name of Participant: John Cruz
Participant No: 01

  • Filename: UP _JC_01.txt
  1. By 12:30PM all artworks and Report of Creativity must be done and saved. Evaluation by three (3) qualified judges will commence at this time.
  2. A participant may be disqualified by the competition committee for any activity that jeopardizes the contest such as dislodging extension cords, unauthorized modification of contest materials, or distracting behavior.
  3. Winners will be announced on June 29,2018. The result once announced is final and irrevocable.

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Infographics Contest

RATIONALE: An infographic is a visual way to display data or information that makes it easy to understand at a glance. It can take the form of a chart, diagram, or illustration, and usually involves minimal text.

CONTEST MECHANICS

  1. The LGU Valencia - ICT Infographics Contest competition is open to Grade 10-12 High School Students both public and private schools within Valencia City with one (1) participant per school. The participant should be officially enrolled this S.Y. 2018 – 2019 in the school they are representing.
  2. Only the 15 slots are available. Registration is first come first serve basis.
  3. Software: The software to be used is Adobe Illustrator.
  4. The competition will run for four (4) hours which includes the creation of the Digital Artwork and the Artist Statement of Originality — this is an explanation in 300 words or less describing what inspired the artwork.
  5. Participants must be in the competition venue 30 minutes before the competition proper – 1:00 PM
  6. Each participant will be provided a workstation with the installed software (Adobe Illustrator). Participants will also be provided clean sheet of paper to write down their explanation about their artwork. By 12:50 PM, all participants should be settled for the short orientation. At exactly 1:00 PM, the competition will start.
  7. The theme for the competition will be revealed during the competition proper.
  8. The use of input devices other than a mouse is not allowed. The use of flash drive is strictly prohibited.
  9. Participants are prohibited to use other computer units. (e.g. personal laptops)
  10. Participants are advised to constantly save their entries in case of power interruption.
  11. No downloaded images can be integrated in the artwork since it should be all original. Everything in the artwork should be from scratch. The use of stacked/library images is also not allowed.
  12. There should only be two (2) applications running during the competition proper, namely Adobe Illustrator and Notepad. A participant caught running applications other than the allowed will be imposed with a one (1) point deduction per judge.
  13. After the briefing/orientation of the competition, a one (1) point deduction per judge per 5 minutes will be imposed for late comers. Only a maximum of thirty (30) minutes is allowed for late comers, more than that time equates disqualification.
  14. Document format:
  • Resolution = 300dpi,
  • Width = 18inches
  • Height = 24 inches
  • Orientation = Portrait orientation
  • Color Mode =CMYK

Note: No names or distinguishing marks on the entry. Failure to follow the image specification of output image will be imposed with a five (5) point deduction per judge.

  1. Save the image with the following information:
  • School initial_Surname_ParticipantNo.eps

For example,

School: University of the Philippines

Name of Participant: John Cruz

Participant No: 01

Filename: UP _JC_01.jpg

File Format: Encapsulated Postscript (.EPS)

  1. When done with the artwork, write the Report of Creativity using Notepad. Save the text with the following information:
  • School initial_Surname_ParticipantNo.txt
  • For example,

School: University of the Philippines

Name of Participant: John Cruz

Participant No: 01

  • Filename: UP _JC_01.txt
  1. By 5:00PM all artworks and Report of Creativity must be done and saved. Evaluation by three (3) qualified judges will commence at this time.
  2. A participant may be disqualified by the competition committee for any activity that jeopardizes the contest such as dislodging extension cords, unauthorized modification of contest materials, or distracting behavior.
  3. Winners will be announced on June 29, 2018. The result once announced is final and irrevocable.

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Film Making Contest

CONTEST MECHANICS

  1. The LGU Valencia - ICT Film Making Contest competition is open to all participants who resides in the Valencia City only.
  2. Only 10 slots are available. The first 10 confirmed Team will be the Official Participants. Confirmation will be through phone call.
  3. Teams not included in the list of Official Participants will be included in the Waiting List in case of any disqualification and/or withdrawal from competition. Priority is based on online registration.
  4. The Team is composed of three (3) members only.
  5. The registration will indicate the names of the Team.
  6. If a team must withdraw from the competition, it has to be expressed in writing not later than June 18, 2018.
  7. By signing the Registration Form, the participants agree to abide by the rules of the competition and the film guidelines and by the decision of the panel of judges.
  8. The LGU Valencia - ICT Division reserves the right to disqualify any team who fails to comply with the competition rules and film guidelines.
  9. LGU Valencia - ICT Division may amend the rules of the competition at any time with proper information-dissemination to all participants.
  10. The competition will run for nine (9) hours which includes eight (7) hours of film shooting/ editing and two (2) hours editing/rendering.
  11. Participants must be in the competition venue 30 minutes before the competition proper – 9:00 AM
  12. The final copy of the film entry must be submitted not later than June 22, 2018 not later than 5:00 PM. Failure to submit on time is subject to point deduction (1 point per minute). Entries submitted beyond 5:30PM is considered disqualified
  13. All clips/videos/images to be used in the film should be taken on the day of the competition.
  14. The Participating Team will provide their own PC/Laptop for editing and rendering of the film.
  15. Editing and Rendering of the Film should be done at the venue’s designated area.
  16. The use of any video-editing software is allowed. However, the use of templates, and other pre-made plugins, LUT, etc. is not allowed.
  17. All creative endeavors including but not limited to: scriptwriting, directing, shooting, editing, and musical scoring should be done by the team members. If creative endeavors of the film are done by somebody not part of the registered team member, the film is disqualified to join the competition.
  18. The film must at least be three (3) minutes long but not longer than five (5) minutes in duration, including opening and closing credits.
  19. Films need not be in English however, subtitling in English is highly encouraged.
  20. Any type of video camera or DSLR cameras capable of filming may be used. Animation and computer graphics are also permitted.
  21. The film must be submitted in .MP4 format and must play using standard film/video programs such as Windows Media Player and VLC Player.
  22. Save the video with the following information:
    • Film-Title_Team-Name_Team-No.mp4.
    • For example,

    Film Title: Akong Bidyu

    Team Name: Daog

    Participant No: 01

    • Filename: Akong Bidyu _Daog _01. mp4
  23. Usage of pre-recorded music is allowed but these should be acknowledged in the credits of the film. It is however encouraged that, teams come up with original musical scoring.

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Forum and Trade Show

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TIME ACTIVITIES
8:00 AM

Registration and Networking

9:00 AM

Invocation
National Anthem
Welcome Remark  Hon. Azucena P. Huervas – City Mayor

9:30 AM

Tech4Ed

Jess A. Batoon – Project Development Officer - DICT

  • Overview on Tech4Ed
  • Where are the Tech4Ed eCenters located in Bukidnon
  • Tech4ED 2018 Updates
10:00 AM

DICT’s Digital PH Projects

Ms. Acmilah M. Macabuat – Focal eInnovation ITO 1 - DICT

10:30 AM

Coffee Break / Ice Breaker

10:45 AM

ICT Council Overview
Jonathan Arvin AdolfoFormer Executive Secretary – NICP

11:15 AM

Responsible Use of Social Media, Fake News and Cyber-Bullying
Jess A. BatoonProject Development Officer - DICT

11:45 AM

Open Forum

12:00 NN

Lunch Break / Visit ICT Trade Show

1:00 PM

Data Privacy Protection and Cyber Security

Ma. Monina B. TiongsonHead, Cyber Security Business Management – ePLDT

1:30 PM

Emergency Telecommunications in Disaster

Erick Martin OlavidesDirector of Enterprise Solutions Sales - GLOBE Telecom

2:00 PM

ICT on Disaster and Risk Reduction Management

Rosauro Arnel Q. Gonzales Jr. – Regional Director – Office of the Civil Defense Region X

2:30 PM

Open Forum

2:45 PM

Coffee Break / Ice Breaker

3:00 PM

Advancing Local Inclusive Growth through Adoption of Electronic Payments and Digital Financial Services

Anatoly “Jing” Gusto1st Vice President – Strategic Management Head – RBM (A Thrift Bank of RCBC)

3:30 PM

Data Centralization

Justin Salvador Solutions Consultant – Dell EMC

4:00 PM

Building Management System

Engr. Roy Lopez Pamitalan – Chief Technology Officer – EST Techno Dev’t Company Inc.

4:30 PM

Open Forum

4:45 PM

Closing Remarks  – Atty. Oliver Owen L. Garcia – City Councilor

4:30 PM

END OF FORUM / Visit ICT Trade Show

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Job Fair

Job Fair

In conjunction with the National ICT Month, the City Government of Valencia in partnership with DOLE, will be hosting an ICT Job Fair on June 29, 2018 at Valencia City Hall Covered Court. This activity is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC and is FREE OF CHARGE.

We invited companies from ICT Industry and companies hiring ICT related jobs.

Official Partners

Valencia City Holds 17th National Youth Day Celebration

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On August 23, 2015 more than 300 youth participants from different Youth Organizations in Valencia City assembled at the City Hall Covered Court to celebrate the 17th National Youth Day with the theme, “Youth Civic Engagement in Agriculture and Fisheries.” The activity was attended by Pag-Asa Youth Association of the Philippines, Inc. (PYAP Valencia City Chapter), Bidlisiw Kilos Kabataan, Inc., Black Orchid Text Clan, Miss Valencia Society, Rotaract Club of Metro Valencia, Pilipinas Natin and Gawad Kalinga, Unlad Pilipinas, Barangay Youth Task Force Batangan, San Isidro Generation Band, and NMR One Youth Entertainment Inc.

“This is the first time the City Government of Valencia joined the National Youth Day Celebration and the main objective of this event is to unite all Youth Organizations in Valencia City, that the youth can showcase their talents and have fun. Holding this event would encourage them to participate more in the programs of the government that could benefit them,” Ms. Vanessa Anne Alvarez, the Youth Focal Person explained.

During the first part of the whole day celebration, a symposium on Sex Education and STI, HIV Awareness was conducted with Hon. Policarpo P. Murillo IV, MD as the speaker, and being the Co-Chairperson of the Valencia City AIDS Council, he emphasized that the youth should be sexually responsible and must not engage in matters that could hamper their studies and most especially their health.

The Local Chief Executive, Hon. Azucena P. Huervas, who initiated the celebration, encouraged the youth to engage in activities that could make them productive and also help save mother nature since Valencia City is an agricultural city. She also emphasized the need for the youth to respect their parents and the elders. “There is a time for everything, enjoy your youth but stay away from drugs and vices,” she added.

The highlights of the activity include Poster-making Contest, Group Dance Contest, Singing Contest and the Search for Mr. and Miss Youth of Valencia City 2015, and the winners are as follows:

Mr and Ms. Youth of Valencia 2015

Ms Youth 2015 - PYAP (Christel Jane Amosin)
Mr. Youth 2015 - Bidlisiw Kilos Kabataan, Inc. (Alan Ignacio Monicit

1st Runner up

(Ms) -Bidlisiw Kilos Kabataan, Inc. (Noemi Sophia Ampong)
(Mr) -NMR ( Jessie James Yanson)

2nd Runner up

(Ms) - NMR (Divine Faith Diaz)
(Mr) - PYAP (John Mark Magallanes)

3rd Runner up

(Ms) - BOTC (Arjay Elloren)
(Mr) - BOTC ( Mr. Garcia)

Minor Awards: Mr. Ms.

Best in Org. Uniform and Jeans Attire Bidlisiw Bidlisiw

Best in Indigenous Attire Bidlisiw Bidlisiw

Best in Ethnic Attire PYAP PYAP

Poster Making Contest

1st Place - PYAP

2nd Place - NMR

3rd Place - Rotaract

Hip Hop Dance Contest

Champion - Bidlisiw Kilos Kabataan, Inc.

1st Runner up - PYAP Valencia

2nd Runner up - NMR

Song Contest (Solo)

Champion - PYAP Valencia

1st Runner up - NMR

2nd Runner up - BOTC

The City Vice Mayor Hon. Rolando P. Laviña on his closing remarks encouraged the youth to keep in mind the saying, “Toga Muna Bago Tahe de Boda.”

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C.Y. 2015

Serbisyong Tinabangay Para sa
Barangay 2015 at Barangay Concepcion

February 20, 2015 - City of Valencia, Bukidnon

Serbisyong Tinabangay Para sa Barangay 2015 is one of our City Government’s way of exercising the Section 17 of the Local Government Code for the Delivery of Basic Services. Barangay Concepcion was the first barangay among the 31 barangays of the City of Valencia, which was visited by several city government employees led by our City Mayor Azucena P. Huervas together with the Members of Sanguniang Panlungsod which offered a variety of *free services from the different departments of the LGU and private partners.