Davao del Norte to launch learning institute

TAGUM CITY, Davao del Norte – The provincial government of Davao del Norte is set to enter into an agreement with the Davao del Norte State College (DNSC) and the Philippine Councilors’ League-Legislative Academy (PCL-LA) to start the Davao del Norte Learning Institute (DNLI).

Governor Rodolfo del Rosario will lead the signing of the memorandum of agreement (MOA), together with DNSC President Dr. Jonathan Bayogan and PCL-LA Executive Director Dr. Helario Caminero, during the convocation program on February 18, 2013 at the Bulwagan ng Lalawigan in Tagum City.

DNLI is an academy established by the provincial government of Davao del Norte to serve as a learning facility for government employees, barangay functionaries, and out-of-school youths, pursuant to the governor’s P.E.O.P.L.E. agenda.

According to the terms of the accord, the PCL-LA shall provide the innovative curriculum materials, instructional modules and learning designs for the institute, and the like.

At the same time, the DNSC shall confer the diplomas/certificates for the customized baccalaureate and masters degree programs upon compliance with policies and standards, and so forth.

The DNLI, in turn, shall provide the venue for the instruction, trainings and meetings, as well as, secure the essential financial and logistical support, among other responsibilities.

Del Rosario said the institute will initially offer the special program on Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA)to undergraduate employees of the Capitol, using specialized curricula for practical education.

He said the program will not only provide opportunity for the personnel to upgrade their educational qualification, but will enhance the area of public service and governance in the province, as well.




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