NVC/CNEST of Korea Sign
Joint Project Agreement
NVC/CNEST of Korea Sign Joint Project Agreement
In order to train students and professionals on English business and communication skills, to strengthen their capabilities and opportunities, the Northwestern Visayan Colleges (NVC) Kalibo, Aklan, and CNEST Alliance, Inc. (CNEST), Republic of Korea agreed to provide quality education, both in the formal and non-formal systems. These include teaching of English language to all learners who aim to improve their proficiency of international standard.
NVC is represented by its President Dr. Allen S. Quimpo, while CNEST is represented by Mr. Dongho Hong, Chief Executive Officer in MOA signing. In a memorandum of Agreement (MOA), NVC and CNEST agreed to promote English education for Korean nationals who will be exclusively recruited using CNEST curriculum.
Specifically, CNEST will be the exclusive proxy of NVC to register Koreans who will avail of the program; recruit and send English learners to participate in the English Language of NVC; pay the related expenses of the students; monitor program implementation, conduct program evaluation, and give recommendation for improvement.
On the other hand, NVC will adopt appropriate curriculum and learning program; provide board, lodging, and transportation services of the students; arrange schedule and management services; provide facilities, qualified teachers and manpower needs of the program; and issues certificates of training and recognition for the valuable services by the students.
The MOA is effective to cover only for the first program which will be subject to amendment, revision, and renewal at the end of the first program cycle. It was duly signed on Tuesday afternoon, August 4, 2015 at RSQ Bldg., NVC, Capitol Site, Kalibo, Aklan.
The Memorandum of Agreement is effective immediately. /MP