AMA Computer Learning Center Franchise

The AMAES started as an Institute of Computer Studies. At that time, computers were expensive and microprocessors were very new. But its founder, Dr. Amable R. Aguiluz V, saw a vision of the Philippines as the world’s premier source of manpower through computer education. Dr. Aguiluz vigorously pursued his plan of setting up a center of computer learning in every corner of the Philippines.

A year later, a positive response from computer enthusiasts encouraged the Institute to offer a four-year course in Computer Science – the first in the Philippines then – and was thus renamed AMA Computer College. In 1983, the institution grew into a network of colleges in Metro Manila.

By 1989, the AMAES began its provincial expansion by putting up a college campus in Cebu. Currently, there are 40 AMA colleges scattered all over the Philippines.

Meanwhile, the advent of AMA Computer Learning Center in 1986, AMA International Institute of Technology (AIIT) in 1996 and ABE International College of Business and Economics in 1999 filled the need for quality training and education for Filipino youth who do not have the financial capability to clinch a four or five-year degree.

In 1996, the AMAES established the AMA Science School aimed at providing children with an early exposure to science and math concepts through the Great Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS), a curriculum developed by the Lawrence Hall of Science of the University of California at Berkeley.

In 1999, AMA Computer College made another breakthrough – it became the first computer school to be awarded the prestigious ISO 90001 Certification. This certification further attests to the world-class quality education that AMA offers.

Another highlight in AMA Education System’s history is the conferment of university status to AMA Computer College in Quezon City. Now named AMA Computer University, it is regarded as the pioneer and largest IT University in Asia.

As it grows in leaps and bounds, AMAES remains committed to its unending vision to become the leader and dominant provider of relevant and globally-recognized education and training in information and communications technology.

At present, it has more than 100 branches in the Philippines and abroad. It has an annual student population of 150,000. And it has produced almost 200,000 highly competent computer professionals employed by various companies worldwide.

How to Franchise ACLC:

ACLC COLLEGE

Capital Investment of Php6-8 Million inclusive of the following:

1. Franchise Fee:

  • Php2.2 Million (NCR) – 10 years contract period
  • Php1.9 Million (Provincial) – 10 years contract period

2. Merchandise Fund:

  • Php200,000 (Consumables)

Area with a minimum of 1,000 sq. meters available space as per Commission on Higher Education requirement.

AMA COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER (ACLC)

Capital Investment of Php4-5 Million inclusive of the following:

1. Franchise Fee:

  • Php1.2 Million (NCR) – 10 years contract period
  • Php1.0 Million (Provincial) – 10 years contract period

2. Merchandise Fund:

  • Php200,000 (Consumables)

Area with minimum of 500 sq. meters available space as per TESDA requirement.

FRANCHISE APPLICATION PROCEDURE

STEP 1: Prepare a proposal containing the following documents:

  • Letter of intent
  • Sketch of target location
  • Picture of the target building (facade and interior)
  • Filled-up application form below with 2?x 2? photo and supporting business papers to prove financial capability

Download the “Franchise Application Form“

STEP 2: Fill up and e-mail the required documents to our Franchising Team:

  • jscastillo@amaes.edu.ph
  • vpsevilla@amaes.edu.ph

STEP 3: Our Franchising Team will assess your application and schedule a franchise orientation with you at AMA Head Office in Quezon City.

STEP 4: Pre-contract signing

  • Reserve target location by payment of franchise deposit (10% of full franchise fee)
  • Review copy of franchise agreement
  • Initial ocular inspection of target location

STEP 5: Contract signing

  • Signing of franchise agreement
  • Payment of remaining franchise fee
  • Awarding of franchise right
  • Introduction with franchise officers and staff
  • Get copy of franchise operations and facilities manual
  • Get copy of facilities and equipment specifications
  • Get copy of list of requirements for DepEd/ TESDA / CHED
  • Calendar of marketing activities

STEP 6: Site Construction/ renovation

STEP 7: Manpower

  • Hiring of core personnel
  • Training

STEP 8: Permits, licenses and purchase of Ssupplies.

  • Processing of SEC papers, business licenses and permits
  • Purchase of CAPEX inventories
  • Target date of soft opening/ grand opening

STEP 9: Pre opening

  • Deliveries of supplies and inventories
  • Installation of signage, banners, streamers, etc.
  • Completion of DepEd/ TESDA/ CHED application

STEP 10: Soft opening/ Grand opening/ Enrollment

Contact Details of ACLC:

HEAD OFFICE
Building 2, 59 Panay Avenue, Quezon City,
Metro Manila, Philippines
Direct Line: (02) 737-5536 / (02) 737-5607
Mobile: (0917)107-0511
Email: info-aclc@amaes.edu.ph
Website: http://www.aclc.edu.ph

Sources: https://www.pinoy-entrepreneur.com/2006/09/21/ama-computer-learning-center-franchise/

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