Saint Brother Jaime Hilario Institute

4th Floor School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus
950 P. Ocampo St., Malate, Manila 1004 Philippines
(+63) 230 5288 / (+63) 353 - 4451
jaimehilarioinstitute@benilde.edu.ph

History
Training Programs
Admission Requirements
Partner Institutions
History

The NOVA Foundation was established in November of 2002, as a non-stock, non-profit organization to fulfill the mission envisioned by Mr. Manuel V. Agcaoili, himself, a person with disability. It is one of the leading organizations committed to promoting the inclusion, participation, access and welfare of persons with disabilities (PWDs) in acquiring skills training and employment opportunities. To implement its programs, a premiere ICT Training Center was set up with the support of the Christoffel Blindenmission (CBM) of Germany. It became operational in October 2005. In 2006, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority granted the Foundation a TVET Program Registration Certificate WTR No. 0613040217.

In October 1, 2012, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde through the School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPaCE) took over the operations of the training center and was renamed Saint Brother Jaime Hilario Institute. Saint Jaime Hilario, FSC or Manuel Barbal Cosan was born in Enviny, a small town at the foot of the Pyrenees in Northern Spain. He entered the seminary at the age of 12 and soon developed hearing problems.

The Saint Brother Jaime Hilario Institute is committed to capacitate persons with disability with the knowledge, skills, abilities and behavior that will enable them to be productive citizens.


Training Programs

All training programs of the SBJHI are geared towards providing the PWDs with skills that will provide them an opportunity for work in a office environment or self-employment.

CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (CCA) is a 10-week training course which focuses on the basic operation and use of a personal computer, both hardware and software. Keyboarding skills is the core of this course to provide essential skills in data encoding.

BEHAVIORAL TRAINING is a unique program designed to equip participants with the social and real-world behavioral skills thus increasing their self-confidence to lead active and productive lives.

BOOKKEEPING is an NCIII course that will provide PWDs a thorough understanding of basic accounting and bookkeeping principles. PWDs are equipped to continue their studies to a higher qualification or to possibly gain employment as a contract bookkeeper or an employee performing bookkeeping tasks.


Partner Institutions



Admission Requirements

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • All applicants must be with any of the following disabilities:
    • Deaf or hard-of-hearing
    • Blind or low vision
    • Orthopedic cases
    • Any physical disability
  • Must be at least a high school graduate
  • School Records
    • For High School Graduates
      • Form 137 - Students Permanent Record
      • Form 138 - Students Report Card
    • For College Students
      • Transcript of Records (Original)
  • Resume
  • Two (2) 2” x 2” ID picture
  • NBI Clearance
  • Barangay Certificate
  • Social Case Study Report from the local government unit
  • Income Tax Return (ITR) of parent or affidavit of non-filing of ITR
  • PWD ID
  • Marriage Certificate (for married female students)