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SDO Batangas Province develops more CI masters

The Continuous Improvement Program (CIP) Masters Training conducted by the Schools Division of Batangas Province paved way for 48 CI advocates to become full-fledged CI masters at Lima Park Hotel, Batangas on  January 22 to 26.

Initiated and headed by Schools Division Superintendent Carlito D. Rocafort with the help of the Division’s Magic 5 in CI, Team Leader Rosalinda A. Mendoza, OIC-CID Chief Mario B. Maramot, Dr. Marian L. Arias, Loreta V. Ilao, and Dr. Ramil G. Ginete who were first to conduct a CI project in Batangas entitled “Project 2 EMOOES” which aimed to improve the process of MOOE evaluation in the division, the masters training aimed to equip selected participants who just graduated from their CI Project Implementation with knowledge in CI coaching. In addition, the overall concept of the training was geared towards the realization of the goals of CIP to address perennial problems on school performance.

Assistant SDS Hermogenes M. Panganiban gave his impressions of the training and its activities where he explained that the participants would be playing important roles by being CI masters and coaches after the training. He also stressed the significance of CIP to the SDO’s journey in ISO certification, saying, “The goal of top management is to develop the child holistically that’s why we assess, analyze, and act.”

Officer-in-Charge of DepEd CALABARZON Quality Assurance Division, Engr. Edenia C. Libranda, who was present on the third day of the activity, praised the Batangueños for their initiative to spread the love for CI in all schools in the division, adding that the Regional Director is also passionate advocate of CI.

“Kung may masisipag sa region, lalo kayo dito sa Batangas. Ayon nga sa inyong paniniwalang mga Batangueño: ‘mawala na ang yaman, ‘wag lang ang yabang,'” Libranda expressed.

She added that it was only the Batangas Province who conducted such training in the region, which enabled them to have 48 additional CI masters thus totaling to 53 CI Masters in division.

During the opening, participants were presented by Mario B. Maramot while Arlene A. Soncuya, one of the trainers provided the overview of the training, the specific objectives of holding such a relevant five-day division activity, and a simple recall of experiences during CI project implementation to level off the expectations of the participants.

Various lecture presentations and workshops were also given and facilitated by reputable CI Masters. Session 1 of Day 1 was facilitated by Ellisier M. Fantillo who focused on Assess Stage: Getting Organized and Voice of the Customers (VOC). His discussion was continued on Day 2 which centered on Step 2: Talk to the Customer and Step 3: Walk the Process. He also pointed out the importance of having baseline, standard, and deviation. In Step 4: Priority Improvement Areas, he tasked the participants to identify strengths and weaknesses then, he did the processing after.

He was also the facilitator in the other sessions where he did comprehensive discussions of each 10 CI Steps. On the other hand, Soncuya administered the Post Test to the participants and facilitated the session on Coaching during the last day of training.

Group activities and evaluation of outputs by assessors were systematically done during the fourth day. The last day of the training was filled with practicum in CI coaching with participants were guided in how to formulate questions and how to do CI coaching meaningfully and effectively.

The five-day training ended with a Closing Program wherein symbolic activities took place—distribution of certificates, pinning of CI pins to the participants, photo op, and community singing of CI theme song: Journey by Lea Salonga.  (Loreta V. Ilao, Division CI Master )

 

 

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