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February 6, 2019 Dear : Greetings! We are pleased to invite you to the International

February 6, 2019

Dear

:

Greetings!

We are pleased to invite you to the International Seminar Workshop on 21 st Century School Management and Educational Leadership, a Continuing Professional Development with Approved PRC Program Accreditation nos. 2017-112-2292/2470/2482 with the theme “Educational Management and School Leadership: Thinking, Linking and Learning” on July 12-14, 2019, Melchor Hall, UP Diliman, Quezon City.

The conference is offered to teachers and educational leaders and stakeholders who would like to invest in learning and earn 21 CPD credit units. The early registration fee PHP 3,800.00 on or before June 15, 2019 that will cover the conference kit, access to all sessions, am/pm snacks. Accommodation is NOT included. Payment Method 1: Deposit to Account name: CHRDF INC. Metrobank Account No: 473-3- 47312516-2 or

City,

Send

09228555237.

Payment Method 2:

PALAWAN

Express:

to

Ms.

VIRGINIA

P.

GAPUZ,

Quezon

Please make check payments to: Center for Human Research and Development Foundation Inc.

Please email the scanned/ photo of deposit slip or transaction slip to chrdf.inc@gmail.com with the following details:

a. Subject: NSW ISW LEAD

b. Name of participants(s) (Make sure names are spelled correctly, fees will be charged for

any changes)

c. School/ company (if not employed, skip this part)

d. To whom the official receipt will be addressed or SAME (if the same with name)

*No provision for group discount, strictly no refund. For questions and clarifications regarding the conference, you may contact me through my mobile nos. 09173126693/09228555236 or email at chrdf.inc@gmail.com. Attached is the profile of CHRDF Inc., conference rationale and program of activities for your reference. Thank you and see you there.

Sincerely,

for your reference. Thank you and see you there. Sincerely, Ms. VIRGINIA P. GAPUZ CHRDF Inc.,

Ms. VIRGINIA P. GAPUZ CHRDF Inc., President

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Training Matrix
Training Matrix

Day 1 (July 12, 2019)

7:30-8:40

Registration

8:41-9:00

Opening Program

9:00-10:00

Session 1: CPD Matters!

10:01-10:30

Snacks

10:31-12:00

Session 2: Teach, Pray, Love: Wellness to Wholeness

12:01-1:00

Lunch

1:00-3:00

Session 3: Overcome: A Journey towards Financial Freedom

3:01-3:30

Health break

3:31-5:00

Open forum and synthesis

Day 2 (July 13, 2019)

7:30-8:00

Registration

8:01-8:15

Preliminaries

8:16-10:00

Session 4: Values and Virtues towards School Leadership

10:01-10:30

Health break

10:31-12:00

Session 5: Core Values and School Leadership

12:01-1:00

Lunch

1:01-3:00

Session 6: Dimensions of School Leadership

3:01-3:30

Health break

3:31-4:00

Continuation of the session/ module writeshop

4:00-5:00

Open forum and synthesis

Day 3 (July 14, 2019)

7:00-8:00

Registration

8:00-10:00

Session 7:

10:01-10:30

Indigenous Tribes as Model of Authentic Filipino Leadership in Education Setting Health break

10:31-12:00

Session 8: Breaking Barriers: Finding the Leadership in You

12:01-1:00

Lunch

1:01-3:00

Session 9: Developing Leaders in the Classroom: We can Make it Happen!

3:01-3:30

Health break

3:30-4:15

Conference synthesis

4:16-5:00

Evaluation and Awarding of Certificates

5:01 PM

End of the conference

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About Center for Human Research & Development Foundation Inc. The Center for Human Research and

About Center for Human Research & Development Foundation Inc.

The Center for Human Research and Development Foundation, Inc. (CHRDF) started as a training center commissioned by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in cooperation with the Philippine Association of Private Technical Institute (PAPTI) and the Don Bosco Center for Research and Training in 1994 to undertake short-term training programs for the enhancement of vocational, industrial, and technical skills of workers in government as well as private institutions all over the country.

In 1995, CHRDF ventured into the training of technical school administrators in the area of financial management in the Visayas and Mindanao. In 1997, CHRDF expanded its audience to include teachers and college instructors teaching Filipino when it conducted a seminar-workshop on "Pagtuturo ng Filipino sa Bagong Kalakaran" in cooperation with U.P. College (Baguio City) and in cooperation with RELC-DECS Region XI (Davao City). In 1998, CHRDF again expanded its audience to include teachers and college instructors teaching English when it conducted a seminar-workshop on ESP as an Alternative Approach to English Language Teaching for Globalization in cooperation with: Cebu Institute of Technology in Cebu City; the Association of Booksellers for the Academe and the Professions (ABAP) and with Davao Librarians Association (Davao City). Also in 1998, it conducted seminar-workshops for textbook and journal article writers working in the academe, corporate and industrial firms (Davao City).

Today, CHRDF is deeply committed to provide up-to-date qualified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) conferences and training programs compliant with the Philippine Quality Framework (PQF) standards. We are one with the Philippine Government in accelerating human capital through bridging the gap with the challenges of ASEAN integration and Global citizenship. With our professional partners in various disciplines, we are broadening our horizons by reaching out every Filipino educator in all levels both in public and private schools, school administrators, deans, librarians, as well as the non-educators in general.

Vision

To be a training institution that is committed to imparting high-level knowledge to promote the professional and self-development of our participants for the benefit of themselves, their institution and the nation.

Mission

As an active part of nation building, the Center for Human Research and Development Foundation Inc. (CHRDF) exists to uplift the technical skills, intellectual capacity, moral and economic well- being particularly of the working class of the Philippine society.

As a non-stock, non-profit corporation, CHRDF is committed to upgrading the quality of job performance of teachers, instructors, professionals and para-professionals, vocational and technical instructors in public and private educational and business institutions by offering a full- range of affordable and high-quality training programs backed by research, publications and information.

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