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SDO LIPA substantiates GAD spirit

Schools Division Office of Lipa held this year’s Gender and Development Training with the theme “Gender Sensitive Responsiveness at DepEd Lipa” at Graceland Estates and Country Club, Tayabas City on August 31 – September 1, 2017.

As early as 6:30 in the morning of August 31, the personnel of Schools Division Office flocked at the assembly area and readied for departure.  It took almost 3 hours and a half of travel to reach the venue.

An opening programme was done at around 10:50 along the morning snacks.  The program was energetically hosted by Dr. Roland D. Diaz, Senior Education Program Specialist – Social Mobilization and Networking.  A very well – felt prayer by Ms. Angelica M. Sarmiento, Program Development Officer 1- Youth Formation called for a solid teamwork of all the members of the SDO units as the description best resembles the body parts working together to attain life. The participants were also presented using different yells as led by Ms. Elvie M. Malaluan, Education Program Specialist – Monitoring and Evaluation.  Dr. Ludy N. Pasagui, OIC – Schools Division Superintendent uttered an inspirational message by giving emphasis on the value of teamwork and cooperation.  She also shared some best practices in the countries she just visited in connection with gender and development orientations.  She also requested everybody to start saving for possibility of future local or international travel.  Mr. Joseph Christian C. Tapire, Education Program Specialist – Human Resource and Training Development explained the schedule of activities for the two – day training.

Mr. Raymund P. Bautista, Project Development Officer II handled the first session on Fire Safety Resiliency.  He introduced significant concepts which must be technically understood to help everyone become safe during fire whether in the workplace or even at home.  He also presented videos showing the proper ways on how fire can be prevented or how can fire be terminated during actual alarm.

He also explained the use of the fire extinguishers and demonstrated how to use them following the P.A.S.S. technique which stood for Pull the pin, Aim the target, Squeeze and Swipe.  Later, in the afternoon an actual practicum on how to stop the fire using the fire extinguishers was exhibited by interested participants.

After lunch, the second session on Basic Self – Defense started.  It was handled by Mr. Amiel M. Maldonado, Tournament Manager of Taekwondo Event of the Annual Division Meet.  He was assisted by Mr. Dennis G. Jumarang, Assistant Tournament Manager.  Both of them are members of the Philippine Taekwondo Association.  Mr. Maldonado lectured on some concepts of self- defense and later demonstrated some steps on how to do them by asking for some volunteers.  The exhibition was filled with excitement as everyone was engrossed to take part in this exercise.

After this physical encounter, the participants had a time to enjoy some team games led and processed by Ms. Jean Angeles, Program Development Officer 1 – Youth Formation.  Afterwards, the participants freely explored the venue and played different field games.  After dinner, a socialization activity which was hosted by Mr. Tapire was set.  It was a jam pack of fun as it exuded the highlight of the night, Ms. GADvocate 2017.

The second day started with a Zumba exercise led by Mr. Gerardo R. Mosca, Education Program Specialist – Alternative Learning System which was followed by a short management of learning.   The last session was delivered by Mr. Jansen San Juan, GAD Focal Person.  He talked about Violence Against Women and Children (VAWC) vs Sexual Harassment and Men’s Responsiveness in the Promotion and Protection of Women’s Rights.  The session became interesting and lively as the speaker was injecting some “hugot” lines and cracking some personal jokes as need arose.

The closing program was done initially before the lunch was served.  Mr. Homer N. Mendoza, OIC – Assistant Schools Division Superintendent gave the closing remarks. He expressed his heartfelt thanks to all the speakers and participants for sharing quality time with the group despite of the many other things to do at their respective offices.  He also reiterated the significance of the insights gained and that the concepts of defense, gender issues and safety preparedness are joint responsibilities of both men and women.  He ended by wishing all a happy and safe trip back home.

Giving of certificates of participation and appearance and photo opportunity concluded the day’s activity.  Everyone went home with a rekindled GAD spirit. (Liezel M. Villanueva, SEPS – Planning and Research, DepEd Division of Lipa)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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