Geographic Location
  30 kms. South of Manila
  First Class City
Actual Income
  Total Income
  Php. 347,532,058.45
  Total Expenses
  Php. 245,929,939.62
  Net Income
  Php. 101,602,118.83
  Close to 700,000
Land Area
  9,013 Hectares
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Dasmariñas Computer Learning Center

Block O-77, Lot 5, Barangay San Andres I
City of Dasmariñas, Cavite

Telephone Numbers:

(046) 416 -1537 / (046) 416-4445 / (046) 851-2753

Courses Offered

Calendar of Activities

Upcoming Projects



Statistics 2003 - 2010

The Dasmariñas Computer Learning Center, owned and operated by the City Government of Dasmariñas, is a program which aims to address the increasing rate of unemployment in the city by providing non-formal technical education mostly to out of school youths. This program empowers the young constituents by granting quality computer education and helping them to become competitive in the fast-evolving computer related work industry. With TESDA as its active partner, DCLC assures that the education being provided by the institution is of high quality and at par with the rest of the country and even internationally.

The school is located at Block O-77, Lot 5, Barangay San Andres I, with an area of 1,136 square meters. It has a two-storey building with a floor area of 392sq m. The structure has ten rooms, five of which are being utilized as classrooms and two for laboratory purposes. There is also a library, a stockroom and a faculty room. The center is currently equipped with 57 computers with more to be added for the newly constructed second floor. To speed up learning through hands on computer exercises, a ratio of 1:1 is observed.

Currently, the school offers 2 TVET programs recognized and duly registered under TESDA. These are as follows:

Computer Hardware Servicing NC II – This course, with a nominal duration of 453 Hrs, is designed to develop knowledge, skills, and attitudes of a Computer Service Technician in accordance with industry standards. It covers basic, common, and core competencies such as installing, maintaining, configuring, and diagnosing computer systems and networks. Graduates of this course can apply as computer service technicians and/or network administrators.


PC Operations NC II – This course, with a nominal duration of 460 Hrs, consists of competencies that will allow effective and efficient use of personal computers wherein use of word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software are required including access to email and the use of web browsers for searching and locating data and information in the internet. It also includes competencies in quality standards, workplace communication, teamwork, career professionalism and safety. A 150-hour on-the-job training follows after the theoretical part of the course. Graduates of this course can apply as computer operators and/or data encoders.

DCLC Values Formation is anchored on the following beliefs:

Every individual has the capacity to learn and succeed.


All people, whether every individual financially deprived or not, should have equal access to educational opportunity.


Education is of great benefit to any individual and society as a whole.


The value of work is valued as an integral and necessary part of healthy and growing individuals, culture and economy.


Community plays a big role in the success of the City Government Programs.


The people of Dasmariñas should gain access to training and education beyond a high school diploma in order to gain employment and adequate wages.


Dasmariñas Computer Center should fulfill its mission to serve students, employers, and economic developers as its primary customers.


Dasmariñas Computer Learning Center should be able to develop and design programs and services that will meet the needs of its customers and therefore provide training that will satisfy industry specifications.


The program developed should incorporate the use of state of the art technology in all programs, services and operations.


Dasmariñas Computer Learning Center can produce skilled trainees ready to compete in the industry.

I. General Directives
A. Persons in Authority


In view of the fact that trainers and other school officials exercise in relation to students' authority in ‘loco parentis”, they shall have the right in case of minor offenses committed in their presence, to impose the appropriate disciplinary actions to the interest of good order and discipline. The trainer is directly responsible for maintaining classroom discipline.



Officer-In-Charge / Administrative Officer


Defines the responsibilities of the teaching and non-teaching staff and reviews their performance every quarter

Delegates and monitors duties and responsibilities of each personnel assigned in the Center

Trains, motivates, evaluates Center personnel

Prepares requirements for TESDA registration

Manages and directs Computer Center operations and facilities.

Establishes policies and procedures for implementation, develops strategic plans and monitor compliance.

Collects, prepares and analyzes the Computer Center’s reports and statistics

Develops, directs, coordinates the work plan of the center

Develops and maintains the facilities and equipment of the computer center

Plans and conducts staff meeting

Supervises the operation of the Computer Center daily

Conducts research that will improve the operation of the Computer Center

Attends conferences, workshops, seminars and classes to maintain knowledge of changing technologies and developments in information technology

Develops and distributes promotional materials like brochures, and draft memoranda as per instruction by the Local Chief Executive to all barangays for information dissemination.

Develops outreach program to market the services offered by the LGU.

Represents the Computer Center in meetings to air out problems and relays improvement and development of the Center.

Develops key contact within the industry and other agencies.






Develop teaching methods and system relative to the specialization of each trainer

Provide teaching materials to all trainees

Design and develop daily lesson plans

Evaluate the performance of each trainee and focus on high and low points of interest to develop a flexible work plan for the trainees






Provides professional and personal assistance to clients in answering queries and giving out information regarding the Computer Center’s activities

Conducts manual and computerized information research to support the Center’s requests

Designs and develops daily lesson plans

Develops individual client current awareness and selective dissemination services based on personal information profile

Receives letters and communication of the computer center

Files documents of the Computer Center systematically

Arranges the schedule of the administrative officer, receives calls and note down important messages in behalf of the administrative officer

Makes communications and memoranda as may be ordered by the officer

Performs any other functions as directed by the administrative officer





Secures all equipment inside and within the vicinity of the Computer Center and conducts inventory of equipment with reference to the list to be provided by the officer

Maintains a logbook and records all activities of the Computer Center, especially those that are suspicious in nature and immediately reports the same to the officer-in-charge of the Center for appropriate action.

Checks belongings of the trainees entering the Center and asks for the ID card to implement the “NO ID, NO ENTRY” policy

Maintain the record of time in and time out of all personnel of the Computer Center

Implements other rules and regulations pertaining to the security and safety of the Computer Center

Maintains the cleanliness of the facilities and surroundings of the Computer Center

Performs any other function as may be assigned by the Administrative Officer


B. No uniform policy shall be imposed although the following are strictly not allowed to be worn in class:



any kind of short pants


blouses with plunging necklines and midriff-baring tops


leggings, jeans/pants with holes


C. ID Card

All trainees officially enrolled are provided with a validated ID card and this should be worn when inside the Center. Any student caught wearing the ID card of another student shall be penalized accordingly. Lost ID cards must be immediately reported to the trainor in charge. Security personnel or any person in authority has the right to ask for the student’s ID card when the need arises.

D. Bulletin Boards

Announcements shall be posted and published only on bulletin boards. Walls shall not be used for posting announcements. Posters and notices may be displayed with the approval of the Officer-in-Charge of the Center. Posting shall be allowed within the duration of 2 weeks and must be removed right after the expiration date.

E. Smoking

In line with the Government’s thrust drive to ban smoking in public places, the same policy will be applied within the vicinity of the Computer Center. The school and its immediate vicinity is a non-smoking area.

F. Littering

Trainees who wish to eat within the vicinity of the school are strictly advised to dispose their wastes in an orderly manner. Garbage containers are strategically placed within the Center to educate students on proper waste segregation and disposal.

G. Proper Decorum

Propriety and good taste especially in conduct, manner, or appearance is expected at all times, inside and outside the center's premises.

H. Storm Signals

Classes are automatically suspended upon declaration from the National Government and as relayed by the City Government of Dasmariñas.

II. Enrollment Guidelines

Memorandum Circular from the Office of the City Mayor shall be circulated in all barangays indicating the basic requirements for entry. Interested applicants may submit their requirements to the person-in-charge of screening and admission at Dasmariñas Computer Learning Center located in Barangay San Andres I.


Each applicant shall undergo an examination 2 weeks prior to the date of school opening. Results of the examination shall be posted at the gate of the Computer Center and the bulletin board located at the City Hall of Dasmariñas.


Enrollment shall take place 1 week before the school opening. A total of 102 students shall be admitted on a 3-month course with 240 hours of academic and practical/hands on exercises, 51 students in the morning and 51 in the afternoon will be the maximum number of enrollees.


Each trainee shall fill-out an enrollment form and shall pay a registration and training fee of P500.00 (Five hundred pesos) which will cover the ID card and other consumable materials needed during the 3-month course.

III. Attendance

Prompt and regular attendance in all classes is required of all trainees (from the first meeting of the class).

IV. Grading System

Grades are based on results of tests, quizzes, laboratory performance, research papers and class participation, attendance, punctuality and compliance.


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