The mother of all clubs, the first Filipino Organization founded in 1996 dedicated to help our fellow kababayans in their IT skills and personality development. For more than 16 years the club has trained more than 32,000 Filipinos.
This tuition-free computer skills upgrading programme is conducted under the auspices of the Philippine Consulate General, Philippine Overseas Labor Office and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration.
Visit us at our new Training Center,in Al Qusais Dubai be part of our family and join in the different courses being offered by the Filipino Computer Club of Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
Reach us through: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hotline: 050 157 2902
050 505 7097
Please refer to the location map below to know how to reach us.
FCC has moved to a new location for its training center. It is more better and easily accessible.
We are here to guide you towards your dreams in the field of Information Technology and Personal Development.
We are pleased to announce our New Training Center Location. Please refer to the Location Map below:
From Al Mulla Plaza straight ahead al Nhada Road, you will pass by Union Coop in Al Twar, straight after the Damascus - Al Nahda Signal take the first right then another right at the end on your right side is Villa # 3. There is a sign board outside saying Ousha Bint Hussein; the walls of this villa is very colourful so its easy to find.
You can get here by Busses: F08 & C26, 66 &13. C26 is from Satwa Bus Station, F08 is Feeder Bus from Metro Station, 13 is from Deira and 66 is from Gold Souq.
Please contact out hotline if you need more details.
Reach us through: email@example.com
Hotline: 055 883 1639 - William
050 505 7097 - Lourdes
~~~~~ Reach us by the Metro Green Line ~~~~~~
FCC's Training Center is in between these two Greenline stations:
Dubai Airport FreeZone station (Green Line)
What's around: A highly populated residential area dotted by low-rise residential buildings with its share of shopping, hotels and restaurants.
Walking distance: Shop 'n' Save (2), Karachi Darbar (2), Zulekha Medical Centre (3), Al Twar Park (3), Falah Primary School (4), Union Coop (5), Al Twar Public Library (6), Dubai Airport Free Zone gate (18-20), Rewaq Charity Center (FCC Training Center).
Al Ghusais Station (Green Line)
What's around: Residential area and several key government buildings. The station is close to Beirut Street, which directly connects with industrial areas in Al Ghusais and Sharjah.
Walking distance: Ministry of Education (2), Ministry of Public Works (3), Dubai Civil Defence HQ (5), Al Ghusais Police Station (6), DM Customer Services Ctr. (4), Al Twar Center that houses Dubai Chamber, RTA, Department of Economic Development, Dubai Courts, Ministry of Labour office (2) Rewaq Charity Center (FCC Training Center).
DUBAI: Come September - September 9 to be precise - and the journey between old and new Dubai will be just a few brisk steps away.
The Green Line starting that day will snake into the farthest nooks and crannies of Dubai, while linking most government buildings to the rest of Dubai.
During peak hours, 14 trains will run at six- to eight-minute intervals.
With the new line traversing Dubai's residential, business, diplomatic, cultural and health centres, parking woes and narrow roads chock-a-block with traffic could be a thing of the past.
Eight kilometres of the 23-km line are underground, a five-year engineering job seen to shore up Dubai's status as a tourism, trading and service hub.
The Green Line thus brings to completion the ambitious Dh28-billion Dubai Metro project, which together will have 50 trains running at peak hours (28 trains at off-peak).
The highly successful Red Line, launched in September 2009 with up to 180,000 daily users, has already changed the city's transport landscape. While the Red Line connects homes and high-rises to two airport terminals, the Green Line connects the two old quarters on either side of Dubai Creek, with Al Ras and Al Ghubaiba stations clad in traditional Emirati architecture dovetailing three modes of transportation -- train, bus and Abra.
People from Sharjah and other emirates can opt to use the park-and-ride terminal that can hold 2,350 vehicles at etisalat station to explore the rest of the city.
XPRESS visited the 18 stations opening on the Green Line to give you the lowdown on the areas they serve and the prominent landmarks near each stop.