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Tuesday & Wednesday, 16 & 17 OCTOBER 2012 * 9:00AM to 5:00PM
EDSA SHANGRI-LA HOTEL, MANDALUYONG CITY


This two-day seminar will feature the Revised Manual for Private Basic Education that took effect in February 2011 and update all participants with the new DepEd orders and CHED Memorandum from January 2010 to the present. It is designed to help schools understand education law to protect themselves from torts and liabilities arising from lawsuits, and at the same time align their administrative and operating policies to existing government regulations. The lecture will discuss very important legal and labor issues, special laws, updated cases, and solutions to problems normally encountered by schools. Whether you are planning to set up a school, maintain one, or expand its operation, this program is a must.

The course is also aimed at helping different stakeholders such as school owners, administrators, teachers, employees, students, and parents, understand and enforce their rights in a school system. The lecture and best practices examples are applicable to pre-schools, private educational institutions, and state universities.



   Limited Seats Only, Pre-Registration Required

   REGISTER NOW
   Avail of Early Bird and
   Group DISCOUNTS


   Seminar Investment is P13,480
   inclusive of Meals, Resource Kit, &
   Certificate of Attendance

   Contact Person: Zennie Escudero
   Manila lines (+632) 556-8968 or 69
   Manila Telefax (+632) 842-7148 or 59
   Cebu lines (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07
   Email: zennie@cgbp.org
   Check: http://www.cgbp.org
Lecturer:

Atty. Ulpiano P. Sarmiento III
- He is one of the very few recognized authorities in the field of education law. He has written the book, “Education Law and the Private Schools” which is the most comprehensive book on the subject matter. He also authored the “Compedium of Education Legislation for Private Basic Education”. His involvement in education includes being Chairman of the San Beda College Board of Trustees and concurrently dean of the San Beda College of Law, Alabang. As a law practitioner, his clients include many of the biggest schools in the country, and he is a senior partner of Ulpiano Sarmiento & Marciano Delson. He is formerly undersecretary for legal and legislative affairs of the Department of Education, Culture & Sports (DECS).
Who Should Attend:

      • School Owners
      • Board of Trustees
      • School Administrators
      • Teachers & Employees
      • Discipline Officers
      • Legal Practitioners
      • Other stakeholders in the
        education sector


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LEGAL & LABOR ISSUES IN EDUCATION LAW

- Featuring the New & Revised Manual for Private Basic Education that took effect in February 2011
- Updates with the new DepEd orders and CHED Memorandum from January 2010 to the present
- Approaches and Best Practices Solutions to Cases

Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Tuesday & Wednesday, October 16 & 17, 2012


COURSE OUTLINE


Objectives of the seminar:

        - Protecting Schools by Understanding Education Law
        - School Compliance to Existing Government Regulations to Avoid Liabilities
        - Aligning Education Laws to School Policies and Administration
        - Addressing and Solving Legal Problems in Education and Labor Issues
        - Aligning Labor Contracts to Labor Laws for the Employment of Teachers and Non-Teaching Personnel


COURSE OUTLINE

Day 1: October 16, 2012

Morning Lecture Session: 9:00 am to 12:00 nn

IMPORTANT LEGAL ISSUES

    I. State Regulation on Educational Institutions
        A. Cases and Updates: Tuition Fees
        B. Opening of New Branches
        C. Opening of New Courses & Extension Classes
        D. Best Practices and Red Flags

    II. Student Legal Issues
        A. Admission
        B. Issues on Students Rights
            1. Right to Stay in School
            2. Right to Have Access to Records
            3. Right to Speech, Expression, Press
            4. Right to Privacy

        C. Issues On Parents Rights
        D. Student Discipline
            1. Due Process
            2. Legal Aspects of School Sanctions/ Penalties
            3. Suspension
            4. Expulsion (Exclusion & Disqualification)
            5. Non-Readmission

        E. Best Practices and Red Flags

    III. Campus Security and Safety
        A. School Liability for Torts
        B. Legal Requirements to Avoid Liability
        C. Concept of Parental Authority and Responsibility
        D. Best Practices & Red Flags


Afternoon Lecture Session: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

    IV. Special Laws and How Schools Can Protect Themselves
        A. Sexual Harassment
        B. Anti-Hazing Laws
        C. Juvenile and Justice Welfare Act
        D. Violence against Women and Children
        E. Anti-Child Abuse

LABOR LAWS FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

    V. CLASSIFICATION OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL
        A. Academic Personnel
            1. Teaching
            2. Non-Teaching

        B. Non-Academic Personnel

        Employment Groupings Based on Nature of Work/ Duties Functions of Non-Academic Personnel
                • Administrators / Managerial Employees
                • Supervisory Employees
                • Rank-and-File Employees

    VI. SIGNIFICANCE OF DISTINCTION/CLASSIFICATION

    VII. PRINCIPAL LAW TO GOVERN/CONFLICT OF LAW RULES

        Two (2) Sets of Laws to Govern School Personnel

        A. Education Law

            1. Education Act of 1982
            2. RA 6728, as amended by RA 8545
            3. Act 2706, as amended by Act 3075
            4. CA No. 180
            5. RA 9155 - Creation of DepEd
            6. RA 7722 - Creation CHED
            7. RA 7796 - Creation of TESDA
            8. RA 7836 - Regulatory Practice of Teaching
            9. Manual of Regulations for Private Schools and Private Tech-Voc Institutions and
            10. DepEd, CHED and/or TESDA Orders

        B. Labor Laws
            1. Labor Code of the Philippines
            2. DOLE Rules and Regulations


Day 2: October 17, 2012

Morning Lecture Session: 9:00 am to 12:00 nn

    VIII. EMPLOYMENT STATUS: PROBATIONARY PERSONNEL
        A. On Probation
            1. Probationary Employee
            2. Probationary Period
            3. Duration of Probationary Employment
                a) Academic Personnel
                    i) Formal Education – Basic and Tertiary
                    ii) Technical / Vocational

                b) Non-Academic Personnel

    IX. SECURITY OF TENURE
        A. Probationary Personnel
            1. Security of Tenure of Probationary Academic Personnel
                • Cases of Termination: Probationary Teachers

            2. Security of Tenure of Probationary Non-Academic Personnel
                • Resume of Distinctions In Law Between Probationary Academic Personnel And Probationary Non-academic

            3. Security of Tenure of Regular or Permanent Status

            Minimum Educational and Government Requirements: In General
                • For Basic Education
                • For Tertiary Education
                • For Post-Graduate
                • For TVET
                • Non-Formal, Informal and Special TVET Programs
                • For Master Technical Program

        B. Regular Employment of Non-Academic Personnel

        C. Minimum Benefits and Working Conditions
            1. Compensation
            2. Basis of Minimum Wage
            3. Basic Principle in Salary Payment: “NO WORK, NO PAY”
            4. Two Types of Personnel Based on Kind of Salary Given
                a. Monthly-Paid Employees
                b. Daily-Paid Employees
                    • Recommended Computation of the Equivalent Monthly Rate (EMR)
                      of Monthly Paid and Daily Paid Employee
                    • Rule on Absences and Payment of Salaries

            5. Facilities/Commodities as Part of Salary
            6. Rules on Salary Payment
            7. Salary Adjustments as a Result of Tuition Fee Increase
            8. Statutory Monetary Benefits for School Personnel
            9. Special Working Conditions for Private School Teachers


Afternoon Lecture Session: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

CAUSES OF TERMINATION

        A. Failure to Obtain Professional License

        B. Violation of Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers

        C. Inefficiency and Incompetence in the Performance of Duties

        D. Absences/Tardiness

        E. Abandonment (absence from work and deliberate intent to discontinue to return)

            • How to declare ABANDONMENT?

        F. Neglect of Duty
            • Failure to Exercise Parental Responsibility
            • Unreasonable Delay to Submit Students’ Grades
            • Neglect to Keep School Records

        G. Immortality
            • Teachers as Professionals

        H. Serious Misconducts

        I. Willful Disobedience
            • Disobedience to Transfer
            • Refusal to Accept Promotion
            • Refusal to Relinquish Teaching as Required by School Administration

        J. Requirement of Due Process
            • The First Notice: The Formal Charge
            • The Hearing
            • The Second Notice: The Notice of Disciplinary Action or Dismissal

        K. RA 7641: Retirement Law and Its Correct Application

Note: There will be a Question and Answer (Q & A) segment after the lecture in Day 1 & 2

Applicability of the Seminar: Pre-Schools, Private Schools, Colleges, and State Universities


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SEMINAR FEE PER PERSON: P 13,480 (Fee covers Meals, Resource Kit, Certificate of Attendance)

GET AS MUCH AS 15% DISCOUNT! AVAIL OF ANY OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:

Less 5% for early registrants (on registrations made on or before September 26, 2012)
Less 5% for early payment (if made on or before October 6, 2012)
Less 5% for group registration (minimum of 3 participants)

REGISTER NOW to avail of Early Bird and Group DISCOUNTS
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