CTU president earns spot at ASEAN Leaders Programme in Singapore and Thailand

Policy makers had convened and CTU President Rosein Ancheta was one of them, following his  nomination by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) as one of the country’s four  representatives at the ASEAN Leaders Programme in  Singapore and Thailand in July and September of this year.

Both conventions focused on building smart cities, reflective of the best practices in two of Asia’s economic giants, translating them into unique aspects of survival in the industry 4.0
CTU President Rosein Ancheta Jr. (4th from left) immerses into training at ASEAN Leaders Programme in July and September of this year. (Photo: courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/commonpurposeasiapacific/)
“The training was so intensive,” said Dr. Ancheta, in a statement, to Internationalization and ASEAN Integration Office, who collaborated with 44 participants from 14 countries, mostly from the ASEAN region.
ASEAN Leaders Programme was organized by Common Purpose, a non-profit organization that develops leaders to have profound understanding on the complexities of building sustainable environments heavily influenced by cultural diversity and technology toward economic stability. IAI/UICPA