The application of knowledge for practical purposes to benefit mankind and the environment is Technology. It encompasses the conception, creation, innovation and production of tools, gadgets, machines, equipment, techniques, procedures, methods, and systems to achieve goals, solve problems and improve existing set ups.
Technology is very vital in the development and progress of an individual, organization or society. It is applicable to all fields of sciences, arts, engineering, education and research and affects all aspects of human activity.
Disregard or neglect of technology and the opportunities attached with it in any of today’s system is tantamount to going back to stone-age.
Responsible use and application of technology is always advocated to avoid its ill effects on us and to our environment. I would say that our lives have evolved to what it is today, partly because of technology.
-From the Dean
Strong Technology, Strong Organization.
-Engr. J. Totaan
- AACCUP Accredited for Level 1
- Engr. Joselito A. Totaan was awarded ―2012 Middle Level Administrator of the Year‖
- Dr. Manuel A.Bajet Jr. was awarded ―2012 Faculty of the Year‖ and ―Outstanding Filipino Researcher‖ (Engineering & Technological Research)
- Champion -Automotive Skills Competition during the 2012 ISATVI Provincial Skills Competition
- Purchased Diagnostic Auto Scanner equipment for Automotive Technology program
- Purchased Programming Logic Controller (PLC)
- Conducted Seminar-Workshop on Programming Logic Controller (PLC) –Sept 25-27, 2012
- Conducted Driving Extension Program (Immaculate Conception School of Theology- Major Seminary
- Conducted OJT Personality Enhancement and Interview for BSIT IV students
- Conducted Skill Assessment Program
- Conducted ―National TVET Competency Assessment and Certification‖ (NATCAC)
- Attended the Orientation Seminar on Disaster Preparedness Program
- Transferred of welding machine and paraphernalia to the Welding Laboratory
- Prepared and submitted he University Project Proposal in anticipation of CHED call for additional allocation for SUC’s provided in the GAA of 2012
- Submitted the Annual Procurement Plan 2012
- Submitted the Summary of Enrolment and Summary of Graduates from SY 1998-1999 to 2010-2011
- Submitted Five-Year Development Plan (2012-2016)
- Replacement of wooden doors of the Diego Silang Hall with Glass Aluminum
- Activated three (3) driving vehicles
- Fabricated push carts for laboratory equipment.
The Institute of Sub-professional Education and Cottage Industries Division (ISPECID) was created in 1980, placing all non-degree courses under one center. It offered the following courses: Midwifery, Medical Secretarial Science, Secretarial Science, Trade Technical Education, Architectural Drafting, Commercial Arts and One-year Special Courses. The 2-year trade technical courses specialized in Automotive, Electrical, and Electronics Technology. The 1-year special courses offers automechanics, practical electricity, refrigeration and air-conditioning.
The Institute was under the leadership of Prof. Delfin Sumabat Jr., (retired) up to the time when ISPECID was change to the Institute of Technical Education and Cottage Industries Division (ITECID). The institute continued to expand its course offerings adding the one-year special course in Ceramics (Board Res. No. 20, s. 1983)
To produce technicians equipped with entrepreneurial skills.
- a) Provide students with technical/vocational skills;
- b) Train students to develop and transfer new technologies; and
- c) Be self-reliant.
In line with the attempt to the demands for Manpower the ladder type curriculum was initiated in Business Education, Nursing Education, Architectural and Arts education so that there was the need to start the students from the first year to their mother units. Thus, the non-degree courses like Midwifery, Secretarial Sciences, Architectural drafting and commercial were sent to the College of Nursing, Business Administration, Architecture and Fine Arts. Board Resolution No. 67, s. 1988 renamed ITECID to the Institute of Technical Education (ITE). Left in the institute are students pursuing purely technical courses. However, while the institute is underscoring manpower development through skills and trade technical training, professors and instructors are also motivating these students to participate in curricular activities.
ITE offered the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT) in 2001 by virtue of UNP Board Resolution No 96. s 1995.
The name of the institute was changed to College of Technology by virtue of UNP Memorandum Circular No 01. s. 2006 converting all institutes to colleges.
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (Ladderized)
Fields of Specialization: Automotive Technology
Two Year Technical Course in Automotive Technology
Two Year Technical Course in Electrical Technology
Two Year Technical Course in Electronics Technology
One Year Special Course in Refrigeration & Air-conditioning
One Year Special Course in Practical Electricity
One Year Special Course in Auto mechanics
One Year Special Course in Radio mechanics
One Year Special Course in Metal Craft
One Year Special Course in Ceramics