Alumni Testimony

Gaining Customer’s Trust

arjey-ramosThe journey of Arjey Ramos, M267, as technopreneur started even before his training at Dualtech as he was repairing computers since 2009. With the help of Dualtech’s Electromechanics program, his interest in troubleshooting and technical know- how was intensified.

I worked as an electrical maintenance/ PLC Programmer Trainee. When I got home in the evening, I worked as a part-timer computer technician,” he recalled.

Don’t Give Up

jerry-sabacajanA year after his graduation, Jerry Sabacajan worked in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He stayed there for 11 years as an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician in a leading company in steam system solutions. Because of  his supportive superiors, and an insistent encouragement Dualtech’s Alumni Relations Office, he pursued an Engineering degree (2014) and a Master’s Degree (2016).

Business by Design

abinzaAfter graduation at Dualtech in 2002, Aaron Binza knew that there was still much to learn. He understood that it would not be easy- physically, mentally and financially- but the most important thing for him was to never stop learning. He was hired as Shifting mechanic in an apparel company that manufactures and distributes clothes, where he had also rendered his training. As thirsty in knowledge as he was, he transferred to another company in Canlubang as a Mold Set- Up Crew and later, at a Die Technology in Binan, Laguna.

More than being a Dualtech Alumnus

alumni-pixDualtech Alumni Association conducted the annual gathering of graduates last October 28. Participated by about 300 alumni from the first batch in 1987 to the most recent in 2018. The Homecoming is indeed one of the most-anticipated events every year to talk with friends, classmates, former mentors, and industrial coordinators. But more than being technicians, supervisors, managers, entrepreneurs, priests, teachers and other professionals who go back to their common origin.

They are sons of Dualtech. And they are sons of Christ. This Fr. Nico Corvera, a Dualtech alumnus and mass celebrant during the affair affirmed.

Dualtech Graduates place 4th and 7th in recent RME board exams


Taking RME board exam is in itself a learning experience and so far, my biggest achievement. Hindi madali pumasa sa board lalo’t hindi mo alam ang lalabas sa exam at hindi rin suwertihan ang pagpasa, ngunit dahil sa turo ng review center, sariling sikap at turo ng mga kaibigan ay nakamit ko ang tagumpay. Salamat sa nag-guide at nagturo sa akin. Salamat sa school kung saan ako nagumpisa, ang DUALTECH. -- Jervin Mendellore, Top 7 @ RME Board 

Quitters Never Win and Winners Never Quit!

J-AYENTOI learned this when I was still in high school and I perfectly agree. There would always be struggles and challenges in our lives. When we feel at times when we are near to giving up, when we feel that nothing good is coming out of our efforts, when we feel that anything we do are not producing good results, and when we feel we are near to saying, NO MORE! - Then it is time to go back to our GOAL, the reason why we did embark on this journey; this race, this desire to accomplish something for ourselves and our families. -- JAYVE C. AYENTO | Merit and In-School Performance Awardee, Trained and Employed at Philippine Manufacturing Co. of Murata, Inc.