A series of online Introductory Courses on Strengthening Risk Management (RM) Capability of government agencies are being offered free by the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), through its Government Quality Management Program (GQMP), from May to July 2022. Registration to the courses is open until May 20, 2022.

These courses intend to help level-up risk-based thinking among ISO 9001-certified organizations, to strengthen adoption of RM tools and techniques aligned with ISO 31000:2018 standards, and to incorporate RM in the Public Service Continuity Plan (PSCP) guidelines. Further, the courses will provide public sector organizations with reasonable assurance that organizational objectives will still be achieved despite disruptions in a volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous world. The exercises during the course will enable participants to review their risk and opportunity document and PSCP.

The courses are open to LGUs and organizations/agencies in the public education sector, health care sector, frontline services, and regulatory agencies interested in enhancing their capabilities in developing, implementing, monitoring, and improving RM. Agencies may endorse up to three participants.

 

For more information, please access or contact the following:

Training Manager: Ms. Mary Ann Mayo

Landline: 632-2156/2137

Email address: mayom@dap.edu.ph

Website: pdc@dap.edu.p

Social Media: facebook.com/dap.pdc

 

Registration Form: https://bit.ly/3wy01SB

 

Endorsement Form (download form and upload during registration): https://bit.ly/3qv8BxC

 

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The Center for Governance (CFG) was established in 1999 as the Academy’s technical excellence and resource center on political and administrative governance. For almost two decades now, CFG has been capacitating public sector organizations to effectively implement public policies and programs that promote transparent and accountable governance through training and consultancy.

For full details, please view the 2022 Center for Governance Training Calendar:

CFG – Training Calendar

The Graduate School of Public and Development Management (GSPDM) is the Academy’s academic arm. GSPDM was mandated to offer advanced management education program for public managers which would combine rigorous and comprehensive intellectual grounding with a strong practical focus.

For full details, please view the 2022 Graduate School of Public and Development Management Training Calendar:

GSPDM – Training Calendar

The Productivity and Development Center (PDC) is the technical excellence and resource center on Quality and Productivity improvement approaches and strategies to help organizations achieve performance excellence and strengthen competitiveness to promote productivity-driven economic growth.

The Center provides services on value chain productivity, total quality management, productivity measurement and analysis, and sectoral productivity enhancement.

For full details, please view the 2022 Productivity and Development Center (PDC) Training Calendar:

PDC – Training Calendar

The Public Management Development Program (PMDP) is the Philippine government’s response to the need for a corps of ethical, committed and development-oriented officials in the bureaucracy who will drive performance in the agencies and push the agenda for change and sustained progress. It is a UNIQUE training program which offers FREE scholarships to qualified government officers: Middle Managers (SG 18-24) and Senior Executives (SG 25 and above)

For full details, please view the 2022 Public Management Development Program (PMDP) Training Calendar:

PMDP – Training Calendar

The Sustainable Human Development Program (SHDP) is responsible in designing and implementing programs and projects in environmental management, climate change adaptation, energy and health policy, and other areas of sustainable human development. It was established in 2004 in line with the Development Academy of the Philippines’ (DAP) thrust of reducing poverty by broadening the Filipinos’ choices and improving their level of being, without impairing the ability of future Filipino generations to broaden their own choices and improve their own level of being.

For full details, please view the 2022 Sustainable Human Development Program (SHDP) Training Calendar:

SHDP – Training Calendar

The Government Quality Management Program (GQMP) is now accepting applications from beneficiary agencies (BAs) until April 30, 2022  for the second round of call for expression of interest to avail of the following technical assistance packages:  Technical Assistance on Strengthening Risk Management (RM) capability, Technical Assistance on Service Quality Improvement (SQI), and Capability Building Intervention on Quality Management System (QMS).

These technical assistance packages are open to public sector organizations that intend to improve and enhance their management systems by levelling-up their QMS, service, and risk management capabilities aligned with ISO 31000 Risk Management Guideline and the Public Sector Continuity Plan. Selected BAs will be provided with orientations, training courses, workshops and technical guidance meetings, and technical guidance sessions within the prescribed technical assistance period of each package as required by the Development Academy of the Philippines-Productivity and Development Center. Those availing of the RM and SQI technical assistance packages are required to have an ISO 9001:2015 QMS certification.

 

For more information, please access or contact the following:

 

Program Manager:  Mr. Yuri R. Munsayac

Landline: 632-2156/2137

Email address:  gqmpo@dap.edu.ph

Website: pdc.dap.edu.ph

Social Media: facebook.com/dap.pdc

Policies and Guidelines: https://bit.ly/GQMP2022_PoiliciesandGuidelines

Expression of Interest form: https://bit.ly/2022GQMPBAs_EOI

 

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DAP-Center for Governance Policy Research Office Public Course Offerings for 2022

Registration is now open. Register Now!

2022 Online Training Courses:

  1. Basic Policy Process, 25-29 April 2022
  2. Basic Monitoring and Evaluation, 1-5 August 2022
  3. Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation, 17-28 October 2022

These online training courses will be delivered through Zoom and Google Workspace (e.g. Drive, Classroom), live lectures with Q&A sessions with resource persons, and assignments and exercises to provide participants a meaningful learning experience.

Interested parties should accomplish the nomination/application form: https://tinyurl.com/PO22NomAppForm

Email the signed form to cfgtraining@dap.edu.ph and wait for a confirmation email. Please take note that payment should only be made once you receive the payment advice. Registration will only be confirmed when payment is validated.

Deadline for submission of nomination/application form is a month before the implementation of each training. Secure your slots now! All course offerings are on a first-come-first serve basis.

For further inquiries, reach out via email or the Policy Research Office Facebook page 

Thank you!


The participants of the 2021 CBILLS International Learning Courses on Public Policy and Public Sector Leadership from the Appropriations and Finance Group (top), Emerging Leaders (second), Middle Managers (third), and Senior Leaders Track (bottom) via Zoom – Photo Collage by Mary Ann Fajardo.

 

The Development Academy of the Philippines’ Center for Governance (DAP-CFG) partnered with three institutions for the “International Learning Course on Public Policy and Public Sector Leadership” offered under the various tracks of the 2021 Capability Building on Innovative Leadership for Legislative Staff (CBILLS) program from the House of Representatives and Senate of the Philippines.

The courses were implemented in partnership with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy of the National University of Singapore for the Appropriations and Finance Group (June 28-July 1, 2021) and Emerging Leaders Track (October 25-29, 2021);  with the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies in Japan for the Middle Managers Track (October 18-22, 2021); and with the Korea Development Institute School of Public Policy and Management for the Senior Leaders Track (November 8-12, 2021).

The International Learning Course (ILC) is one of the CBILLS program components that aimed at providing an opportunity for participants to learn from international experts and institutions as well as to enhance the their global perspective and understanding in the areas of public policy systems, legislation, public sector leadership, and innovative governance measures. It also served as a forum for information exchange where participants discussed and shared skills and best practices while building and strengthening networks for possible international collaboration.

The international learning courses included sessions on governance, public sector leadership, policy making and innovations and technology as well as those tailored to the main role and functions of the participating legislative officers and staff such as public financial management, budget accounting and reforms, among others. It also featured distinguished policy experts, academicians, and legislators from Singapore, Japan, and South Korea.

One of the key features of this course is the knowledge exchange session on legislative best practices and challenges designed to provide an opportunity to present the best practices as well as challenges of the Philippines and the counterpart country and learn from the practical experience of each other on legislative process, good practices in legislative process and legislative drafting, information sharing practices, effective communications and engagement strategy, and citizen participation in the legislative decision-making. The participants had the opportunity to interact and discuss with their counterpart from Japan House of Representatives, former Minister in the Ministries of Communications and Information of Singapore Dr. Yaacob Bin Ibrahim, and Deputy-Director General Yuhyang Kim of the Korean National Assembly Research Service during this session of the course.

“As the final requirement of the ILC, the participants have submitted group reports that contain concrete and doable recommendations that adapt best practices and innovations in performing and improving their legislative functions. Moreover, these reports demonstrated their understanding of the sessions and the entire course and how it can improve their individual work and institution.” – Mary Ann Fajardo