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             SHRP2 Early Bird Deadline CGBP Third Run      


Thursday & Friday, 27 & 28 JUNE 2013 * 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Educational institutions are committed to deliver quality education. Presently, a number of schools are undergoing special quality assessment processes such as accreditation by PAASCU, PACUCOA or ACSCU-AA & ISO; and IQUAME efforts.

This 2-day program is a comprehensive practical guide for school owners, administrators and HR managers / practitioners in putting together their HR policies and best academic practices into a handy document via a Manual or a Handbook, a basic requisite in quality assessment.

For schools with an existing Administrative Manual and Faculty Handbook, this program will provide a great opportunity for Manual / Handbook review to find out whether their contents are aligned with the Manual of Regulations for Private Schools and for Higher Educational Institutions, the Labor Code, CHED standards, DepEd Service Manual as well as the Memoranda and Orders issued by duly constituted authorities.

This program will likewise touch on special issues in employment such as the Code of Professional Ethics, Unionism in Schools, Labor-Management Cooperation, the Anti-Sexual Harassment Law, creating a Drug-Free Workplace and Regulating Hazing. User-friendly templates will be provided that school owners can conveniently use for quick and easy reference.

    Who Should Attend:

       School Owners
       School Administrators
       Members of School Board
       School HR Managers & Directors
       Education Consultants


   Seminar Investment is P13,280
   inclusive of Meals, Resource Kit, &
   Certificate of Attendance

Lecturer 1: Atty. Evelyn T. Del Rosario, Ed. D is a labor and education lawyer. School Administrator, South Mansfield College (2008). VP for Human Resource Management and Development handling over 1400 personnel at the University of Mindanao (1995 to 2007). President, Asian Association of School Human Resource Management and Development Practitioners Inc. ( AASPHI - 2006 to 2007). Doctorate degree major in Educational Management. With extensive experience in crafting school HR policy manuals and handbooks for personnel, faculty and students.

Lecturer 2: Ramon de Leon Until his retirement in July 2004, he was managing director of Ayala Corporation, under the Office of the Lead Director for Infrastructure and seconded to the various Ayala owned subsidiaries to help in the corporate transformation of Globe Telecoms, MWSS, IMI, and BPI Family Bank. Presently, his advocacy is in reforming the school system and he serves as the VP for Human Resources of the Technological Institute of the Philippines.
Limited Seats Only, Pre-Registration Required

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   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
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Best Practices in Manualization of School HR Policies

Crafting & Review of Manual & Handbook Aligned with
Existing Laws, CHED & DEPED Standards & Policies

Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Thursday & Friday, June 27 & 28, 2013

Course Outline


1. Introduction
    1.1. Quality Assessment Processes - An Overview
            1.1.1. 1.1.1. Accreditations - PAASCU, PACUCOA
            1.1.2. ISO
            1.1.3. IQUAME

2. Need for Manual /Handbook in Schools

3. The School as a Corporate Entity
    3.1. Stock or Non-Stock
    3.2. Sectarian or Non-Sectarian
    3.3. Articles of Incorporation
    3.4. SEC Certificate of Registration
    3.5. Board of Trustees/ Board of Directors
    3.6. Name, Trademark
    3.7. Logo / Seal
    3.8. School Hymn, March, Alma Mater song

4. International Organization and Governance
    4.1. Organizational Structure
    4.2. Corporate Officers Qualifications, Tenure, Duties and Responsibilities
    4.3. School Head President, Director/Directress, School Rector
    4.4. Academic Officers Qualifications, Tenure, Duties and Responsibilities
    4.5. Administrative Officers Qualification, Duties and Responsibilities

5. Vision, Mission, Goals / Objectives, Values and Philosophy
    5.1. Vision Statement
    5.2. Mission Statement
    5.3. Objectives to meet the vision and mission statements
    5.4. Specific objectives of the different Programs
            5.4.1. Basic Education - Elementary, Secondary
            5.4.2. Tertiary
               Four-Year Courses
               Five-Year Courses
            5.4.3. Graduate Studies
            5.4.4. Post-Graduate Studies
            5.4.5. Law
            5.4.6. Medicine
            5.4.7. Others

6. School Site, Physical Plant and Facilities
    6.1. Campus location
    6.2. Branches, if any
    6.3. Extension if any
    6.4. Buildings where specific programs are housed
    6.5. Academic and Administrative Offices
    6.6. Laboratories
    6.7. Facilities

7. The Faculty
    7.1. Minimum qualifications required
            7.1.1. Basic Education
               Pre-school and Elementary
            7.1.2. Tertiary Education
               Four -Year Degree courses
               Three-Year Degree courses
            7.1.3. Graduate Programs
            7.1.4. Law
            7.1.5. Medicine
    7.2. Roles and functions
    7.3. Duties and Responsibilities
            7.3.1. Delivery of Instruction
            7.3.2. Research
            7.3.3. Community Extension
    7.4. Classroom Management
    7.5. Academic and Administrative Reports

8. HR Policies, Standards and Transactions
    8.1. Recruitment and Selection
    8.2. Employment Contract / Appointment
    8.3. Appointment / Status of Appointment / Change of Status
    8.4. Classification of Faculty
            8.4.1. Full-time
            8.4.2. Part-time
            8.4.3. Probationary
            8.4.4. Permanent / Regular
    8.5. Academic Ranking
    8.6. Faculty Development and Training
    8.7. Performance Evaluation
    8.8. Transfer
    8.9. Resignation
    8.10. Faculty Discipline
    8.11. Grievance Machinery and Voluntary Arbitration
    8.12. Terms and Conditions of Work
            8.12.1. Hours of Work
            8.12.2. Attendance and Punctuality
            8.12.3. Meal periods
            8.12.4. Compensation
               Monthly paid
               Hourly paid
            8.12.5. Loading
               Regular loads
            8.12.6. Summer Services
            8.12.7. Wearing of Uniform; Dress Code, ID


    8.13. Fringe Benefits
            8.13.1. Leave Benefits
               Court Appearance
               Study leave
            8.13.2. Faculty Development Program and Training
               Pursuit of Higher Studies
               Attendance to Training, Seminars, etc.
               Educational Tour
            8.13.3. Educational Benefits for Children Free Tuition Fees
            8.13.4. Travel Incentives local and abroad
            8.13.5. Group Hospitalization / Medical Benefits
            8.13.6. Group Life Insurance Benefits include accident
            8.13.7. Free Shuttle Bus
            8.13.8. Service Awards
            8.13.9. Longevity Awards
            8.13.10. Collection Incentives
            8.13.11. Seniority Pay
            8.13.12. Grocery and Rice Allowance
            8.13.13. Bonuses
            8.13.14. Uniform subsidy or clothing allowance
            8.13.15. Company car
            8.13.16. Subsidized housing / staff house
            8.13.17. Gas allowance
            8.13.18. Transportation allowance and per diems
            8.13.19. Representation allowance
            8.13.20. Overtime pay
            8.13.21. Holiday pay
    8.14. Statutory Benefit
            8.14.1. SSS Benefits
            8.14.2. Philhealth
            8.14.3. Employee Compensation Benefits
            8.14.4. Pag-ibig benefits
            8.14.5. Thirteenth Month Pay
            8.14.6. Paternity Leave
            8.14.7. Solo Parental Leave
            8.14.8. Service Incentive Leave
    8.15. Termination of Employment
            8.15.l. Just Causes of Termination
            8.15.2. Authorized Causes of Termination
            8.15.3. Other Analogous Causes of Termination
            8.15.4. Separation Pay

9. Special Issues in Employment
    9.1. Labor Organizations in Schools
            9.1.1. Right of Workers to self-organization
            9.1.2. Why Unions are organized?
            9.1.3. Why employees join unions?
            9.1.4. Unfair Labor Practices of Employers
            9.1.5. Unfair Labor Practices of Labor Organizations
            9.1.6. Collective Bargaining Agreement
    9.2. Hazing in Schools
            9.2.1. What is the policy of the government on hazing in schools?
            9.2.2. What should be the policy of the school on hazing ?
    9.3. Code of Ethics for Professional Teachers
            9.3.1. Preamble
            9.3.2. Scope and Limitations
            9.3.3. The Teacher and the State
            9.3.4. The Teacher and the Community
            9.3.5. The Teacher and the Profession
            9.3.6. The Teacher and the Teaching Community
            9.3.7. The Teacher and Higher Authorities in the Philippines
            9.3.8. The Teacher and Business
            9.3.9. The Teacher as a Person
    9.4. Anti-Sexual Harassment Law (RA 7877)
            9.4.1. What is Sexual Harassment?
            9.4.2. Forms of Sexual Harassment
            9.4.3. Specific Acts of Sexual Harassment
            9.4.4. Where Sexual Harassment can be committed
            9.4.5. Effects of Sexual Harassment
            9.4.6. Top Causes of Sexual Harassment
            9.4.7. Responsibility and Liability of School Owners
            9.4.8. Liability of Harasser
    9.5. Creating a Drug-Free Workplace (RA 9165)
            9.5.1. Components of a Drug-Free Workplace and Program
            9.5.2. Drug-Testing for Employees
            9.5.3. Treatment, Rehabilitation and \ Referral
            9.5.4. Roles, Rights and Responsibilities of Employers and employees
            9.5.5. Enforcement
            9.5.6. Consequences of Policy Violation
    9.6. Labor Management Cooperation
            9.6.1. Legal Bases
            9.6.2. Jurisdiction of LMCs
            9.6.3. Benefits of LMCs
            9.6.4. Organization of LMCs

10. Effectivity and Amendments

11. Acknowledgement Page

12. Appendices
    12.1. Academic Regulations

SEMINAR FEE PER PERSON: P 13,280 (Fee covers Meals, Resource Kit, Certificate of Attendance)


Less 5% for early registrants (on registrations made on or before May 27, 2013)
Less 5% for early payment (if made on or before June 17, 2013)
Less 5% for group registration (minimum of 3 participants)

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