STI continues remote learning and online OJT
To ensure students get high-quality instruction in the new normal, STI continues with its ONline and ONsite Education at STI (ONE STI) Learning Model for its second semester. Start of classes in on February 14, 2022.
Launched during School Year 2020-2021, the ONE STI Learning Model aims to achieve the desired learning outcome for students by combining online tools with limited onsite or on-campus hands-on training.
STI also offers online on-the-job training (OJT) in the upcoming semester, an alternative medium for trainees to develop soft skills and apply what they have learned in school without being physically present at the job location. Trainee-employer engagement will be done via various digital resources such as email, chat platforms, videocon, and webinars, among others.
Following the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) mandate on OJTs during the pandemic, the virtual OJT provides students with work-related opportunities without compromising their health and safety.
Positive feedback from partners
STI’s 3rd year BA in Communication and Bachelor of Multimedia Arts students were the first batch who underwent the virtual OJT when it piloted last summer of school year 2020-2021.
The communications and multimedia companies that partnered with STI only had positive feedback about the program. Pioneer trainees of the online OJT were able to get onboard in these companies with the help of their OJT advisers.
“Although the threat of COVID-19 is still out there, the online OJT allowed me to gain skills — such as creativity, teamwork, and adaptability — that would empower me to handle various real-world situations and to succeed in my future career,” Jessa Jaos of STI College – Cubao, a former online OJT trainee said.
Gwyneth Nuez of STI College Ortigas-Cainta, another former OJT online trainee, expressed gratitude to STI because it found a way for students to undergo valuable job training amidst the restrictions brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. “Because of the virtual OJT, I can say that my education at STI is complete,” she said.
Making real-life education more accessible
Students and transferees looking to enroll at STI for the second semester can receive a holistic and fulfilling learning experience at a reduced cost by applying for the institution’s financial aid programs such as the Pag-IBIG-STI Educational Assistance Program and GSIS-STI Educational Assistance Program.
STI will also extend its internet connectivity assistance to second semester enrollees to provide them with up to 34GB of monthly data allocation for free that they can use to access learning materials and attend online classes.
Students who enroll at STI can now take advantage of the institution’s quality education under the ONE STI Learning Model. Through it, they have an opportunity to move up in their academics, finish their degree, and eventually embark on their future career despite the challenges of the new normal.
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