45th Foundation Day 2018

Have you been invited to a festivity that's supposed to take place on Monday, 26 of February to March 2 ? If you think you haven't , you'd better check the schedule of activities on the 45th Founding Anniversary of VMA GLOBAL COLLEGE & TRAINING CENTERS, INC,.

I suggest that you forget some of important things , might be a social event, perhaps business related. Just Relax once in a while and enjoy the CARNIVAL RIDES here at VMA GLOBAL COLLEGE CAMPUS @ Earl Carrol St. Brgy . Sum - Ag .
See Yah! Jgm - PROffice


2nd Level Compliance Audit for Domestic Work NC II Competency Assessment Center

2nd Level Compliance Audit for Domestic Work NC II Competency Assessment Center
December 1, 2017
To all VMA TESTC and CAC STAFF, Thank you very much for your unwavering support to our programs and activities. You indeed showed commitment, not just only compliance in your work and we fully acknowledge that...

Again, Thank you very much and CONGRATULATIONS TO US!
VMA President
VPA/ CAC Manager



In the evening of 16 October 2017, the Grand Lobby of the Bacolod City Government Center was jampack full with enthusiasts who came to appreciate the students of multi-awarded VMA Global College, who catwalked the ramp donning elegant, stunning and gorgeous creations of Mr. Edwin P. Benitez, a renowned designer of gowns and barongs.
During the event dubbed "VMA MassKara Fashion Runway," the fashion models, some Tourism , Business Administration, and HRM students of VMA, gracefully walked the ramp to the tune of the MassKara festival jingle.
The Poseidon dancers of the college, led by Danny Vale, rendered several highly entertaining and well-executed dance numbers, to the delight of the audience.
Mrs. Fannie O. Balenia, Assistant to the President of VMA Global College and Training Centers, Inc, proudly congratulated the students for their very impressive performance.
“What a great evening, made more meaningful by the very impressive poise, gracefullness, creativity and performance of our dear VMA students," Balenia remarked. "You made the VMA family proud tonight."
Balenia also expressed her gratitude to the sponsors that supported the event - Careeer 4 U Phils., Sum-ag Print Haus, 2Go, VMA Parents Council, Rubix Pub, 2/M Renato L. Vargas.
Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) Fourth Year students of VMA Global College conceptualized, planned, organized and ran the event, under the expert tutelage of VMA HRM Trainor, Mr. Heries Trance, in partial compliance of the requirements of their subject in Event Management.
The successful event stands as testament to the effective acquisition of knowledge and skills on event planning and management by the HRM students and their successful application of same.
VMA Information Technology students rendered their Technical expertise* JGMACARANAS



Philippine Coast Guard Auxiliary (PCGA), thru the Chairperson of its Community Relations Committee, Commodore Elizabeth Orola-Salabas, supported the quest of the fisherfolks of Villa Esperanza, Barangay Tangub to be accredited as a people’s organization by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Bacolod City
Commodore Salabas is firm in her commitment to help fisherfolks partake of the various PCGA’s plans and programs for socio-economic development and marine conservation.
The SP hearing was handled by Councilor Bart N. Orola, Chairman of the SP Committee on Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and also present were Vice Mayor El Cid M. Familiaran and City Administrator, Atty. John N. Orola, Jr.
The fisherfolks of Villa Esperanza appealed for their accreditation as it paves the way for them to avail of government support and assistance in various forms.
PCGA’S support to fisherfolks is in line with its goal to support and sustain the development of coastal communities in exchange of their support of moves by PCGA to protect marine environment and resources, in coordination with PNP Maricom, BFAR and Bantay Dagat.
According to Commodore Salabas, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) plans to implement its mandate to train life guards as one of the requirements of resorts.
Among those who also attended the hearing were PO1 Tagadile PCG, Comm. Johanna S. Vargas PCGA, Capt. James Chua PCGA, SPO3 Roel V. Cordero PNP Maritime, PO2 Jason Santos of PNP Maritime, Mr. Delfin Vasquez ( Bantay Dagat), Mr. Ernesto V. Pineda ( Executive Assistant II),Ms. Pacita Tero ( DSSD) ,Jona G. Macaranas (Public Relations Officer VMA Global College), Engr. Max Sillo, Environment and Natural Resources (ENRO),City Legal Office,CFARM- C officers and Members, VESFA, BFAR, and other accredited Fisher folks Association.* JGMACARANAS- PRO/Librarian



Some 2,000 teachers of Negros Occidental were given honor during a grand teachers day celebration on October 5, 2017 at the SMX Convention Center, organized by Negros Occidental Private Schools Sports Cultural Educational Association (NOPSSCEA) under the leadership of NOPSSCEA President, Dr. Ervie Emelda Gallespin of Riverside College.
Around 106 teachers of VMA GLOBAL COLLEGE & TRAINING CENTERS, INC. (VMAGCTCI) led by its Vice President for VMA Administration and NOPSSCEA, Dr. Calitos N. Orola joined the celebration, which is the culminating activity of a month long activity, started in September 2017 that featured a well-participated NOPSSCEA sportsfest.
At the SMX Convention Center, the teachers had a great time listening to a cerebral but witty Guest Speaker, in the person of Professor Henry S. Tenedero, who articulated the theme“Lead, Teach and Learn”.
Prof. Tenedero emphasized to the teachers the importance of a smiling face, creativity, passion, and personhood. He elaborated that real education touches the heart and mind of a human learner. Students should be encouraged to comprehend. They should be taught to “find something beautiful in everything, everyday.” They should know how to cope with the demands of life.
A vocal duet competition gave fun to the event which was capped by awarding of winners during the NOPSSCEA Sportsfest 2017* JGMACARANAS- PRO/ LIBRARIAN



September 22, marks the culmination of a week- long celebration of Tourism spearheaded by the Province of Negros Occidental and held at the Robinsons Place, Bacolod.
In this world Tourism day celebration, students of VMA GLOBAL COLLEGE and Training Centers staged a cultural program showcasing their talents and creativity.
Some VMA students walked on the ramp donning the province's and city's festival costumes, Filipiniana, Barongs, and other International costumes, in courtesy of the famous Costume Desígners in Town in collaboration with Mr. Edwin Benetiz, VMA Trainor & Adviser, while others presented their dancing talents, choreographed by Mr. Danny Vale, VMA Cultural Director & Adviser.
The successful event was supervised by the VMA Trainors and Advisers, Ms. Rose Ann Alburo, Mr. Hieres Trance, and Mr. Danilo Plomeda
Ms. Fannie O. Balenia , VMA Assistant to the President, gave the welcome address.* JGMACARANAS



23 students of VMA GLOBAL COLLEGE & TRAINING CENTERS, INC. Student Supreme Government attends the Launching of Federalism in Negros at the Osbron Hall of Ikthus Equipping Center in Bacolod City Saturday [July 29].
The information campaign is in support of the centerpiece program of the President Rodrigo Roa Duterte for the youth to be informed and enlightened about the importance of federalism in their future, likewise to give them the chance to express their thoughts , aspirations and hope for the country .
It is about the promotion of economic opportunities in the regions and incentives for Filipinos; to bring back the trust of people to the government , for it is not just a political undertaking, but also an economic effort. It allows regions to exercise self- determination to address the problems based on the geographic, cultural, social and economic conditions. PROfficer-jgmacaranas



Five BS Tourism students of VMA GLOBAL COLLEGE & TRAINING CENTERS, INC. performed well as usherettes in a National Association of Independent Travel Agencies NAITAS, general assembly on July 28, 2017, Friday in Sugarland Hotel Bacolod.
Edselle Louise C. Grijaldo, Criselle Mae V . Villaranda, Chenea Mae D. Pacheco, Vanessa C. Torbeso and Mae Leonor E. Diaz, enjoyed the experience of helping participants and guests of an important event register and find their assigned seats, thereby making the flow of people smooth and orderly.
The President of VMA, Atty. John N. Orola, Jr., who is a key player of the Phil. Tourism Industry, was honored and proud to see VMA students doing well in their ushering tasks.*jgmacaranas


Bacolod Home Schooler's Network (BHSN) visits VMA Global College and Training Centers, Inc.(VMAGCTCI)

Bacolod Home Schooler's Network (BHSN) visits VMA Global College and Training Centers, Inc.(VMAGCTCI)
Bacolod Home Schooler's Network (BHSN) , an Association of Home Schooling Families, sent their students, parents and yayas to the campuses of VMA Global College and two ( 2)Training Centers, today, July 28, 2017, for a field trip.
Its main purpose is to have an experiential learning about the prestigious institutions, their educational programs and their significant roles in the Maritime Industry.
VMAGCTCI, with the assistant to the President, Mrs. Fannie Balenia Orola, Ms. Helen Juesna, the School Nurse and Jona Macaranas, VMA PRO, provided a warm welcome and kind assistance to the BHSN participants when they arrived in VMA Training Center, VMA Technical Educational and Skills Training Center, and VMA Main Campus. * jgmacaranas- PRO/ Librarian


Senior hotel and restaurant students of VMA Global College

Splendid real life application of knowledge learned
Senior hotel and restaurant students of VMA Global College fared well in real life display of their knowledge in banquet and catering management during their laboratory class held at VMA Oceania Bar on July 27, 2017.

With Ms. Fanny Orola Balenia, Assistant to the President as guest of honor, fifty-four (54) fourth year students of the Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management course of VMA planned, organized and executed a fine dining experience to the last detail as partial compliance of the requirements of their college education.
Balenia congratulated and commended the students and their adviser, Class Instructor Edwin P. Benitez, for a job well done.
The students served an array of delicious dishes with stuffed bell pepper and onion rings as entrée, 8 treasure and cream of corn soup, seared tuna with garlic sauce and chicken cordon bleu as main dish served with moresquita and garlic rice, and mango float as dessert. * Jgmacaranas- PRO/Librarian 07-27-17



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