Personnel Enhancement Training 2023 Strengthens CTU Danao faculty

From December 27th to 29th, 2023, the Personnel Enhancement Training unfolded in Barili, Cebu, dedicated to fortifying unity in the fight against violence targeting women and children. With the theme “Strengthening Unity in Combating Violence Against Women and their Children,” the event saw participation from various faculty and professionals committed to effecting positive change.

The training encompassed an array of crucial topics aimed at equipping attendees with essential skills and knowledge. Engr. Delfa Castilla spearheaded insightful sessions, delving into critical CDIO (Conceive, Design, Implement, Operate) skillsets, enabling participants to enhance their technical proficiencies.

Prof. Ryan M. Mahilum led discussions centered on revising and optimizing the INS format, enhancing its applicability and impact. He also shared expertise in syllabus development, emphasizing collaborative methods to create effective learning materials.

Mrs. Rosemarie N. Abayon guided attendees through the crafting of Operational Performance Commitment and Review (OPCR) and Individual Performance Commitment and Review (IPCR), streamlining performance evaluation processes.

Moreover, Dr. Marsan P. Dua shared comprehensive updates in the field of major laboratory developments, highlighting advancements and future prospects. Prof. Ronnel Victor Kilat offered insights into the latest extension developments and proposed strategies, fostering community engagement and growth.

On the second day, Dr. Rose Mary L. Almacen provided insights into risk evaluation strategies, crucial for effective planning and decision-making. She also delved into the development of Annual Operational Plans, essential in aligning organizational goals with strategic initiatives.

Engr. Delfa Castilla elaborated on legal frameworks, specifically RA 6713 (Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees) and RA 9262 (Violence against Women and their Children), shedding light on their significance and implications.

Furthermore, Prof. Ivy Batican provided essential updates on the Resource Generation, outlining progressive achievement.

The training wasn’t limited to academic pursuits. A Fellowship Night and Team Building activities were also incorporated, fostering camaraderie and teamwork among the attendees.

This collaborative effort showcased a collective determination to combat violence against women and children while equipping professionals with multifaceted skills and knowledge to effect tangible change in society. The event culminated in a renewed commitment among participants to champion the cause and work synergistically toward a safer and more inclusive future.