Miriam College Adult Education 

MAE was established by the Maryknoll Sisters in 1967 as a special academic unit of Miriam College. It provides quality and affordable education to the underprivileged youth and adults, especially to those who have been out of school for years. MAE 's Basic Education Program provides students with life-skills, knowledge and values to help them improve their lives. On the other hand, MAE's Technical Vocational Program hones students' competencies, in accordance with industry standards, to prepare them for a wide-range of occupations.

Services such as guidance and counseling, spiritual development activities, personality development, leadership and advocacy training are also provided as part of MAE's holistic student formation.


Programs

Basic Education Program

  • Ungraded Elementary (2 to 3 years)
  • High School (5 years) 

Technical Vocation Programs

2-Year Technical Vocational Courses

HOTEL AND RESTAURANT SERVICES

(with National Certificate Level II)

This course covers all the competencies of Commercial Cooking NC II,  Bread  and Pastry Production NC II and Food and Beverage Services NC II. Subjects in Housekeeping and Front Desk Management are part of the course.  

COMPUTER HARDWARE SERVICING

(with National Certificate Level II)

This course equips future Computer Service Technicians with the required knowledge and skills in accordance with the industry standards. It covers competencies in installing, maintaining, configuring and diagnosing computer systems and networks.

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1-Year Technical Vocational Courses

CONTACT CENTER SERVICES NC II

(Customer Service Communication)

This course is designed to provide the trainee with optimal exposure and functional practice in the English language through classroom sessions and alternative activities such as cultural tours, community immersions, and out-of-town leisure trips, where English is used as the medium of interaction.

BREAD AND PASTRY PRODUCTION NC II

This course is designed to enhance the trainee's knowledge, skills and attitude related to bread and pastry production. It covers competencies in preparing, portioning and plating pastries, breads and other desserts to guests in hotels, restaurants, clubs, canteens, resorts and luxury liners. 

FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICES NC II

This course covers core competencies in operating a bar and in providing link between the kitchen and service areas including hotel rooms. In particular, this course equips the trainees with knowledge and skills in preparing and mixing cocktails, and  providing food and beverage services, including wine services.

FOOD PROCESSING

This course is designed to enhance the trainee's knowledge, skills and attitude in the following areas:

  • processing food by salting, curing, smoking, fermentation and pickling; and
  • canning and bottling food.

CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING NC II

This course is designed to enhance the trainee's knowledge and skills in assembling / disassembling consumer electronics products and systems, maintaining and repairing audio/ video products and systems, electronically-controlled domestic appliances and cellular phones in accordance with industry standards. 

HAIRDRESSING NC II

This course is designed for those interested in occupations associated with hairdressing services. It aims to provide the trainee with the knowledge, skills and attitude on core competencies such as: pre/post-hair care servicing, hair cutting for men and women, basic and creative hair cutting, basic and creative hair perming, hair and scalp treatment, hair reborn, hair bleaching, and basic and advanced hair coloring.

BEAUTY CARE NC II

This course is designed for those interested to pursue occupations associated with beauty care services. The program provides training in customer services such as shampooing, hand and foot spa, body massage, body scrub, facial treatment, manicuring, pedicuring and facial make up. 

DRESSMAKING NC II

This course is designed to enable the trainee to draft and cut patterns, sew materials/fabrics and apply finishing touches of ladies' casual apparels such as dress, blouse, skirt, trousers, shorts and culottes. 

MOTORCYCLE/SMALL ENGINE REPAIR NCII

This course is designed to enhance the trainee's knowledge and skills in motorcycle/small engine repair in accordance with industry standards. It covers core competencies such as, performing periodic maintenance, service carburetor and fuel system, service lubricating system, perform trouble shooting, service ignition system, service and repair exhaust system, service and repair suspension system, service and repair brake system, service wheels and tires service clutch system service electrical system, service final drive and service and repair cooling system of motorcycle/small engines. 

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICING NC II

This course covers the required competencies for a trainee to be able to inspect, clean and repair mechanical or electrical parts, components, assemblies and sub-assemblies of light and heavy-duty automotive vehicles with diesel or gas engine in accordance with the manufacturer's specification. It also covers engine tune up for both diesel and gasoline; servicing of engine mechanical components such as cooling and lubricating system; performing power train and underchassis servicing.

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Contact Information

Miriam Adult Education
Miriam College
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights
Quezon City 1108 Philippines


Trunkline:
(+632) 5805400 to 29 extn.3514


Email: mae@mc.edu.ph


ADMISSIONS
MAE Office Hours

June to March 
Monday to Friday: 1:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday: 8:00pm to 5:00pm

April to May 
Monday to Friday: 8:00am to 5:00pm