The College of Computer Studies of the Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges, through the Extension Services Office, Office of the Vice President for Research, Extension, Production and Entrepreneurial Development, and in cooperation with the CHED-Institutional Development and Innovation Grants (IDIG) conducted a series of training workshop for teachers and instructors of four CSPC partner schools from February 22 to March 17, 2022.
The training-workshop series was on Flexible Learning Alternative Tools which involves training teachers and instructors to use various alternative teaching online tools, which according to organizers will allow students “to choose their own speed, location, and form of learning.” Also, the FLAT will give the option to the students on “how they will continue their studies, where and when they can advance, and how to comply with standards and demonstrate learning results.”
The seminars were conducted at the Polangui Community College and at the Holy Trinity College of Camarines Sur on February 22 to 23, 2022; at the Ceguera Technological Colleges on February 28 to March 1, 2022, and; at the University of Saint Anthony on March 16 to 17, 2022.
Speakers were faculty and staff from the College of Computer Studies including Brenda D. Benosa, Apple Kem E. Candelaria, Juniesel Pascual, Tiffany Lyn O. Pandes, Philip Alger M. Serrano, Niño Jeffrey L. Luzon, Jonuel Rey N. Colie, Mark Joseph B. Narvadez, Jessie Joseph S. Oñate, Ichelle F. Baluis, Jeremy Jireh S. Neo, Kezia Abegail T. Velasco, Shiela Dona B. Sillian, Rosel O. Onesa, and John Kenneth F. Olleres.
The series of trainings cost the total amount of Php 46,000.00 with Php 25,250.00 and Php 25,750.00 from external funds.