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CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAM PROPOSAL

The K to 12 Transition Program of the government able to create different projects to warrant
the success of this transition program. One of this is the Continuing Professional Education
(CPE) under CHED Memorandum Order No. 25 series of 2016. This CPE programs focus on the
following areas:

As expert in the field of education, the Commission on Higher Education together with the
Department of Education invited you and your team of experts to proposed a CPE Program for
Teaching in Higher Education.

INSTRUCTION:

1. CHOOSE YOUR GROUP MATES THE MINIUM IS THREE (3) AND THE MAXIMUM OF FIVE (5)
DOCTORS IN A GROUP.

2. THE FOCUS OF YOUR PROPOSAL SHOULD BE LIMITED TO THE SIX AREAS UNDER CHED
MEMORANDUM ORDER NO. 25 SEIRES 2016.
3. MAKE SURE THAT YOUR PROPOSAL FOCUS ON YOUR DISCIPLES USING FORM BELOW AND
SUBMIT THE SOFT COPY (ELIADEMY) NOT LATTER THAN 12:00 NOON ON AUGUST 16, 2017.

PROGRAM TITLE

TOTAL COST

TARGET DATES

VENUE

DELIVERING PARTNERS

PARTICIPANTS

Name of the Main


Proponent

Name of Member

Name of Member

Name of Member

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

refers to the skills and knowledge required for a particular task. An organization may
have the capacity to change, but lack certain key capabilities.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE PROGRAM

COURSE DURATION:
MAIN OBJECTIVE

TARGET PARTICIPANTS

PROGRAM PROVIDER
Brief description the unit /college/department/institute who will offer the course

RATIONALE

Discuss how the program was conceptualized, identify knowledge skills, attitude or
competency gaps that require intervention and how the program responds to said gaps.
Include a brief justification on how the program addresses/complements the current needs of
the field and its faculty during the transition towards K to 12.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

GENERAL OBJECTIVE:

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

The logical framework illustrates the process of how inputs are translated to impact in line
with the development goals of the program. The following is the order of the process with their
respective descriptions:

Inputs the resources deals with financial, physical, etc. that will be utilized for the
production or operation of the program such as budget, equipment, or buildings.

Activities the required production activities that will yield the needed output.

Output these are goods and services generated from the activities, and they usually take
the form of tangible matter that the people/beneficiaries can use.

Outcomes the situation which the program aims to bring about. They are measured
using demand-side data: access and utilization of outputs, and satisfaction of beneficiaries

Impact contribution of the program to the countrys overall development agenda

How we monitor each stage is crucial. The indicators will be used to gauge success. The source
of information should be clearly defined to ascertain availability of information, and ensure
smooth and timely monitoring.
Also, there are risk factors and assumptions that could affect the success of each component. It is
important to try to take into account these factors, particularly those external or outside the
control of the institution in the design of the program. (AFTER THE DISCUSSION PLEASE
FILL UP THE DATA)

COMPONENTS SUMMARY INDICATORS SOURCE OF RISKS AND


INFORMATION ASSUMPTIONS

Inputs Manpower Staffing Proponent Availability of


Resources Budget records resources
(Operational (approved versus Securing budget
Expenses, Facilities, applied, and approval
Marketing utilized versus No process
Collaterals, Online approved) changes
Systems)
Consistent
processing time

Activities Marketing and Number of Proponent Effective


information applications for records communication
dissemination programs channels and tracking
Monitoring and of documents
evaluation Interest from HEIs
Administration and individuals
(Budgeting, Filing, resulting from
Processing, etc.) information
dissemination

Outputs No. of participants % of applications Proponent Interest from faculty


awarded approved records and HEIs

Outcomes Completion of CPE Positive Proponent


programs evaluations and records
Enriched faculty feedback from
specializations with participants from
new certifications post tests
Positive
assessments from
post-tests/
assessment
outputs submitted

Impact Enhanced specialized


knowledge and skills
of the faculty and
administrators
relevant to the new
curriculum
Improving student
outcomes (i.e.
employability, passing
rates in professional
boards, etc.)
I. Intervention Matrix
Provide an intervention matrix of your proposed program. Please see sample intervention matrix below.

Program Topic Objective Methodologies/Activities Assessment Time

Pen and pencil test

Reporting

Group reporting

I.Course Dates and Duration

Course Title Date Venue

Course 1

Course 2 (if applicable)

*If the same course will be conducted in different locations (i.e. Luzon, Visayas,
Mindanao),
indicate target date and venue for each leg.

II. Learning Outcomes and Course Design


At the end of the program, the participants are expected to:



Course Design

Course 1: Indicate title of course


Indicate target date/s of implementation

Day Time Topic/Activity Resource Speaker/Facilitator

AM
1
PM

AM
2
PM

AM
3
PM

Course 2 (if applicable): Indicate title of course


Indicate target date/s of implementation

Day Time Topic/Activity Resource Speaker/Facilitator

AM
1
PM

AM
2
PM

AM
3
PM
III. Profile of Expected Participants
The following eligibility requirements shall be considered in selecting participants:

*If proponent has already identified target participants/sending institutions, provide a


brief description of the selection process. Include justification on conditional selection (i.e.
level of accreditation, evidence of need, proximity), if applicable.

IV. Profile of Facilitators


Please provide the following information. You may add more resource speakers
accordingly. Please attach a copy of each resource speakers curriculum vitae as
annexes to this application.

A. Summary of Facilitating Team

Name of Resource Speaker 1


Position, Home Institution/Organization
Field of Specialization
Training Conducted
Other Credentials

Name of Resource Speaker 2 (if applicable)


Position, Home Institution/Organization
Field of Specialization
Training Conducted
Other Credentials

B. Rationale

Please provide a short rationale of the selection of the resource speakers above. Please
be specific about the roles that they will embody for the proposed program, and how
these roles lead to the attainment of the proposed program objectives.

*If proponent will be delivering the program in partnership with another institution
(e.g. foreign institution, professional organization, technical panel), provide a brief description
of the nature of the partnership and the profile of the partner/s (include in appendices, if
necessary).

V. Timeline and Logistics


Sample
Date Activity

Promotion of workshop to sending HEIs


E.g. November 2016
Application period

Deadline of applications
December 2016 Screening of applicants
Reservation on venue/caterer

January 2017 Implementation of Course 1

February 2017 Implementation of Course 2 (if applicable)

*A Gantt Chart may be prepared in lieu of the matrix above.

VI. Work and Financial Plan


The program is to be attended by (x) participants, (y) facilitators, and (z) members of
the
secretariat team. The breakdown of participants and organizers is as follows:

Sample
Pax Count

Resource Speaker/s 4

Secretariat Team 3

Participants 50

TOTAL 57

The average cost of tuition per participant amounts to (insert amount). Therefore, the
total
amount of (insert amount) will be needed to implement the proposed program for (x)
participants.

The detailed breakdown is as follows:

Sample (for a Manila-based course)*


Course 1: Indicate title of course
Indicate target date/s of implementation
Item Rate # of Pax TOTAL

Training Venue

Board and Lodging 57

Workshop Kit
57
(notebook, ballpen, handouts, flash drive)

Honoraria - Resource Speakers 4

Honoraria - Secretariat Team 3

Other office supplies


(markers, meta cards, manila paper, toner)

TOTAL

Total cost per participant


*Proposed budget may also include transportation expenses for resource speakers and
secretariat team.