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CompTIA Welcomes AMA Education System to its Academy Partner Program

QUEZON CITY, Philippines, Dec. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CompTIA, the information technology (IT) industry trade association and the leading provider of vendor-neutral skills certifications for the world's IT workforce, has welcomed AMA Education System (AMAES) to its CompTIA Authorized Academy Partner program.

According to AMAES Chairman Dr. Amable R. Aguiluz , AMAES is "proud to become an academic partner of CompTIA. It couldn't happen at a better time than now."

Dr. Aguiluz said he will integrate CompTIA training and certification courses into the AMAES curriculum as early as Senior High.

"Education for all is what I dream for all Filipinos," Dr. Aguiluz said. "Not just education, but quality education, so tie-ups like this ensure that AMAES students learn the latest and most in-demand IT programs and skills in the workplace."

With this collaboration students can graduate with both an academic degree from AMAES and internationally-recognized, vendor neutral IT skills credentials from CompTIA. CompTIA certifications will help enhance AMAES graduates' employability since most skilled jobs require technology knowledge and hands-on skills.

"We are extremely pleased and honored to partner with AMAES, because it helps CompTIA fulfill one of its primary missions – to prepare the IT workforce of today and tomorrow," said Dennis Kwok , vice president, Asia Pacific , CompTIA.

"AMAES is recognized throughout the region as an education leader in many career disciplines, including IT," Kwok continued. "Together we can prepare new generations of students to fill jobs in IT technical support, cloud computing, networking, cybersecurity, mobile technologies and other high-demand skills."

Professional certifications such as those awarded by CompTIA are increasingly important in the hiring and promotion of IT workers. Hiring managers and HR professionals believe having IT job candidates with industry certifications saves time and resources in evaluating applicants, ensures a candidate's credibility, and demonstrates that they have a baseline set of knowledge.

Once hired, certified IT professionals get up to speed more quickly, are more likely to stay with the company long term, have a higher likelihood of being promoted, and generally perform better than non-certified IT staff.

About AMA Education System (AMAES)
AMAES is the leader and pioneer in IT education, not only in the Philippines but in the entirety of Asia . Today, it is the largest network of schools offering Senior High in the Philippines . AMAES member schools in the Philippines include AMA University, AMA College, ABE International Business College , ACLC, ACLC College, St. Augustine School of Nursing, AMA Basic Education, Delta Air International Aviation Academy, Sta. Veronica College and Southern Luzon College. The entire systems consists of over 200 branches nationwide and in other parts of the world like the USA , Hong Kong , Kingdom of Bahrain , Dubai , Jeddah , Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , mainland China, Indonesia , Oman , Nigeria and Iraq . The schools are all technology-based utilizing satellites for e-learning and the Internet for online education.

About CompTIA
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a non-profit trade association serving as the voice of the information technology industry. With approximately 2,000 member companies, 3,000 academic and training partners and more than two million IT certifications issued, CompTIA is dedicated to advancing industry growth through educational programs, market research, networking events, professional certifications and public policy advocacy. To learn more, visit CompTIA online , Facebook , LinkedIn and Twitter .

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