The ETEEAP Center of the University of San Jose-Recoletos gathered the ETEEAP teachers for a Re-orientation of Faculty Experts and Facilitators on June 29 at the Main Conference Room.
CHED 7 Regional Director Dr. Amelia Biglete and Region 7 Education Supervisor II Dr. Virginia dela Cerna graced the re-orientation.
Topics tackled during the half-day meeting include: ETEEAP (Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency Accreditation Program) Updates and Faculty re-orientation, CHED’s Thrust Involving ETEEAP and Revised Policies and Guidelines, Technical Research Writing Design & Uniform Project Study Format, and Designing of Modular Learning Packages.
The ETEEAP Updates presented by ETEEAP Coordinator Mrs. Jocelyn Martinez showed the various developments that the Center underwent since the start of its operations. Highlight of the updates was the report on the increasing number of ETEEAP students and the 100% passing percentage of ETEEAP graduates in all PRC administered examinations.
Resource speaker Dr. Amelia Biglete’s talk focused on the legal bases of the ETEEAP, the functions of CHED, the alternative learning systems, and the qualifications of Higher Educational Institutions that allow them to offer ETEEAP. She also emphasized that the ETEEAP degree is an earned degree. As such ETEEAP, degree holders should be afforded the same privileges and rights as the graduates of regular programs. CHED Visit of the ETEEAP Center followed shortly after Dr. Biglete’s talk.
A consultative meeting on the Technical Research Writing Design and Uniform Project Study Format presented by CAS Faculty and Secretary Ms. Marietta Degamo was also conducted. The faculty, deans, and chairs gathered at the Conference room poured over the format, discussed, and incorporated changes into it. The body also agreed to come up with a uniform research format that will be used by the university. Discussions on Designing of Modular Learning Packages facilitated by Commerce Faculty and INFECOP Officer Mrs. Florabel Lim quickly followed Ms. Degamo’s presentation.
Religious administrators namely: VP Academics Rev. Fr. Edwin G. Macmac, OAR and University President Rev. Fr. Enrico Peter Silab, OAR, who was also the keynote speaker, attended the meeting.
CHED 7 Regional Director Dr. Amelia Biglete emphasizes the importance of maintaining quality in the ETEEAP Program.
Commerce Dean Dr. Edgar Detoya clarifies a point raised during the open forum following Dr. Biglete’s talk.
VP-Academics Rev. Fr. Edwin G. Macmac, OAR presents the Certificate of Appreciation to Dr. Amelia Biglete while USJ-R President Rev. Fr. Enrico Peter Silab, OAR waits in line to hand over the token to Dr. Biglete.
SDPC Director Dr. Marivic Diwa facilitates Dr. Biglete’s visit at the ETEAAP Center.
Deans, Chairs, and Faculty Experts who attended the re-orientation enjoy a fun moment during the ice breaker.
New ETEEAP Coordinator Mrs. Jocelyn Martinez gives the crowd a glimpse of the many developments that occurred in the USJ-R ETEEAP since the conception of the program.