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Puhunan ko yung knowledge lang. Alam naman natin na kapag gusto mo pumasok sa work, hindi lang dapat experience ang dala dala mo, dapat meron ka ding evidence–meron kang certificate, meron kang diploma. Thankful ako sa FI. Wala ako ngayon kung nasaan ako without FI. Kung gusto niyo ma-promote, mag bago ng career, mag iba ng career, I would suggest the Filipino Institute.
Annalyn Batallones Aguirre
Malaking tulong po ang Filipino Institute sa paghahanap ko ng bagong work. Ang offer lang sakin dati is AED4,000, nagulat ako noong video call interview, AED4,500 in-offer, sobrang happy ako. Malaking tulong po ito para maka-ipon ako. Marami po akong natutunan, magagaling mga trainers po sa Filipino Institute. Sulit ang pag-aaral talaga every time na may klase, may exam, oral, written, demo, as in matututo ka talaga. Huwag po sayangin ang oras. Mag-aral po kayo ng Caregiver or Certified Nursing Assistant kasi napakadali po makahanap ng work sa panahon ngayon at mas malaki offer, buti na lang nakayanan ko nakapagtapos kahit sobrang hirap tiniis ko kasi gusto ko talaga mag level up ang work ko.
Jenny Lyn Compuesto Mata
Napakalaking tulong po sa akin ng pag-aaral ko po sa Filipino Institute dahil kung hindi po dahil sa kanila, hindi po naiba ang trabaho ko po ngayon at 100% po siguro hanggang ngayon cleaner pa rin ako. Kaya yung mga kapwa kong Filipino, kung inaakala niyo pong wala na kayong pag-asa na mabago pa ikot ng buhay niyo, nagkakamali po kayo. Ganyan din po ako dati, inaakala ko din po pero nagkamali po pala ako doon dahil may malaking pag-asa pa po pala na naghihintay para sa kin na mabago po yun at yun ay dahil sa Filipino Institute binago po ang ikot ng buhay ko.
You may ask why I still did my MBA. In every level of life, there is always competition. From employee level until management level, it always excess. This is the reason why I decided to come back to school to learn more. We had created a circle of friends with my fellow MBA graduates and to our friendly dean. Kudos to our mentors. We had faced struggles before Covid-19 and after Covid-19. We almost lost our hope, yet with the effort of the management team, we are here celebrating our success. As everyone’s goal, having a dream house, a dream car, a happy family, and professional achievement, fellow graduates, this is what I have now. But what I can share with you at this moment of time, always believe in almighty God, surrender yourself to him and he will grant you more blessings
My experience with the Filipino Institute is very wonderful, and the best, you can’t imagine how happy I am right now. Supportive and friendly lecturers and staff. At first, I thought it will not be easy for me when I heard that it’s a Filipino school, but everything went smooth. The Filipino Institute is the only institute which made sure you get the best knowledge and best experience with an affordable price [and don’t need to pay the full amount at once] but mostly, the time is flexible to everyone. am very honored to be part of the Filipino Institute graduates. I am so grateful and thankful. My family was also very happy and proud of me.
John Paul Pascual
Success is no accident, it is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice, and most of all, love of what you’re doing or learning to do. Being anxious to take the first-ever online exam facilitated by AAPC makes me think if I can do it or should gamble my faith to take the exam, but it all boils down to a positive result. Thank you, Lord, for all your blessings. Thank you, Filipino Institute, my training ground.
Sherylene Dela Cruz
These are my simple beliefs, as life is a wonderful journey of discovering your limits, learning despite your ups and downs, and conquering each challenge. And every time you have that moment of seeing what’s beyond your box, take that step and never let your mind wander while wondering what could have been. To Filipino Institute, a huge than you for making the belief of learning achievable for almost every expat, and by instilling ‘kaya natin to.’
James Paul Reyes
As a dreamer, I told myself, I have to step up my game for me to succeed. In 2019, I faced a series of struggles, including being jobless for almost one year. On the brighter side, that was when I started to take up medical coding classes at the Filipino Institute. It was a big challenge for me as I don’t have a medical background, career-wise, but that didn’t stop me. I used that weakness to be my strength and to be on top. CPC exam, you’re definitely God’s gift to all aspiring medical coders. To all OFWs, remember to never stop believing, don’t be afraid to take that single step to start your journey. Life is too short, learn new things, challenge yourself, and never doubt God’s plan for you. This is just a beginning.
Zakira M. Sumndad
I am really grateful for becoming an enrollee of the Filipino Institute and taking the medical coding program. I give thanks every day for how they changed my way of pursuing this career. At first, I couldn’t understand it, but then I have realized that coding is easy if you push yourself to learn it. It’s understanding and the appliance of the coding guidelines and the use of modifiers, that can be a headache in the beginning. Just go to the Filipino Institute with your issues as I did and they will help you with their professional coding journey and before you know it, the light will go on.
Ashleen Diane L. Almodovar
Thank you to the Filipino Institute for being an instrument to achieve this another goal. I was hesitant to take the [Medical Coding] course as the cost is not cheap at all. As the saying goes, sometimes if it’s cheap, the quality could be cheap too. However, Filipino Institute proved me wrong. If you want to be a medical coder or if you want to learn new things, or if you’re feeling stagnant, you may want to try medical coding in the Filipino Institute.