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Category : NSTP |
Sub Category : CatSU-NSTP Posted on 2021-09-07 01:07:30
Catanduanes State University- National Training Service Program headed by its
Director, Prof. Emlyn M. Lanon conducted the first wave of capacity building
seminar-workshop series for NSTP implementers this academic year 2021-2022
towards flexible learning with the proposed project name, “CatSU-NSTP Reboot”
on September 4, 2021 at CatSU Auditorium.
Josephine R. Tomagan, LTS Coordinator gave her welcome remarks signaling the
official start of the event by addressing everyone present at the venue and
those who were attending virtually via FB livestream.
Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Lily P. Custodio also graced the
CatSU-NSTP REBOOT. In her message, she stated the importance of the NSTP
subject and further mentioned how the management values all its implementers’
work, effort and help for the University. “We value your work; we value you-
being there; we will work as one for the Catanduanes State University and for
the welfare of all the Catandunganons,” Dr. Custodio said.
the general orientation and plenary session 1- RA 9163: NSTP Law were discussed
by Prof. Lanon, NSTP/NSRC Director while the plenary session 2- ICT Integration
in the NSTP Flexible learning was discussed by Prof. Jose Z. Tria.
in the seminar-workshop attendees were the ROTC Coordinator, Engr. Rommel A.
Magtagnob together with the ROTC Officials led by Maj. Alan T. Zapanta (RES) PA,
ROTC Assistant Commandant.
event further aims to prepare the Instructors and Part-Timers for the
lecture-based training for the first semester of AY 2021-2022 and to implement
a systematic flexible teaching and learning in NSTP program amongst its faculty
especially those hired part-timers during this new normal.
CatSU NSTP reboot training program is a series of seminar-workshops, virtual
meetings, and activities for NSTP Implementers generally conducted to produce
outcomes that would prove beneficial to all NSTP student trainees. It was
organized after the conduct of the CatSU NSTP HARANAPAN, an initiative of the
office to build a strong connection and establish a sense of belongingness and
togetherness between the faculty and students even when they’re miles apart.
and development evaluation forms were also distributed at the end of the
seminar-workshop wherein most of the feedbacks from the participants were
positive. One of whom said, “The activity is well-organized, comprehensive and
interactive.” And the other one, commented, “Looking forward for the CatSU NSTP
REBOOT Wave 2”. Surely, the NSTP faculty have been refreshed, recharged, and
renewed by the first wave of the REBOOT Program. #GZafe