4th Digital Literacy Training @ ATRIEV

Join ATRIEV’s 4th batch of Digital Literacy Training (DLT) for blind and visually impaired high school or college students and working professionals.

Dates: Sept. 4 to Oct. 20, 2017

Time” 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM,

Days: Mondays to Saturdays

Place: ATRIEV training center in Quezon City.


Learn Microsoft Office

Course includes basic MS Office applications like Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint, as well as surfing the net, using email and social media applications, and keeping computer safe from common threats. Integrated with soft skills workshops, such as personality development, presentation and public speaking, and self realization workshops.


Tuition is Absolutely Free!!!

The DLT is in partnership with Microsoft YouthSpark project.

Tuition is absolutely free for trainees 35 years old and  younger.


Register now! Limited slots r available.

Telephone: (02) 725-4191, (02) 411-1664

Mobile Phone: (+63) 932-128-5635, (+63) 916-348-7040.

Call between 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday only.

2 thoughts on “4th Digital Literacy Training @ ATRIEV

  1. This is awesome–thanks for sharing! So glad to see that there’s so many options nowadays to assist with reading and other vital skills. Have you heard about OrCam? They have low vision aids (such as this one) that assist with vision, reading, and even facial recognition. It’s technology for the blind visually impaired that can make a huge difference (they have for me!). Definitely recommend you look into them if you haven’t already–just thought I’d share.

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