Thursday, April 28, 2011

Private Universities in Region I (Ilocos Region)

Region I (ILOCOS REGION)


1. Lyceum-Northwestern University
Address: Tapuac District, Dagupan City, Pangasinan 2400
Telephone: (075) 515-8682 / 516-2434
Fax: (075) 516-2433
E-mail: lnfo@lyceum.edu.ph


2. Northwestern University
Address: Don Mariano Marcos Avenue, Laoag City , Ilocos Norte 2900
Telephone: (077) 670-8609, 670-8610
Fax: (077) 771-3814
E-mail: nwu@nwu.edu.ph


3. Panpacific University North Philippines-Urdaneta City
Address: McArthur Highway, San Vicente, City of Urdaneta, Pangasinan 2428
Telephone: (075) 568-2672
Fax: (075) 568-7662
E-mail: president@pcst.edu.ph; info@punp.edu.ph


4. University of Luzon
Address: Perez Boulvard, Dagupan City, Pangasinan 2400
Telephone: (075) 515-7707 / (075) 515-8177
Fax: (075) 515-5767
E-mail: ul.registrar@yahoo.com


5. University of Pangasinan
Address: Arellano Street, Dagupan City, Pangasinan 2400
Telephone: (075) 522-5635 to 37
Fax: (075) 522-2496
E-mail: registrar@up.phinma.edu.ph


6. Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation and VMU Institute of Medical Foundation
Address: Martin P. Posadas Avenue, San Carlos City, Pangasinan 2420
Telephone: (075) 532-2380 / 634-2693
Fax: (075) 634-2692 / (075) 955-5707
E-mail: vmuf@mozcom.com

Monday, April 25, 2011

Philippine Public Safety College



Philippine Public Safety College
Address: Fort Bonifacio, City of Makati, Fourth District
Telephone: (632)881-2719 (632)881-9831
Fax: (632)881-2721 (632)881-9831
E-mail: tingtingcojuangco@ppsc.gov.ph
Website http://www.ppsc.gov.ph/

Friday, April 22, 2011

Philippine National Police Academy



Philippine National Police Academy
Address: Camp General Mariano N. Castañeda, Silang, Cavite 4118
Telephone: (049) 545-5939
Fax: (049) 545-5940

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Philippine Military Academy



Philippine Military Academy
Address: Fort del Pilar, Baguio City, Benguet 2600
Telephone: (074) 446-8002; (074) 447-3690

Saturday, April 16, 2011

National Academy of the Philippines



National Defense College of the Philippines
Address: Logcom Area, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City, Second District
Telephone: (02) 911-9029 / 912-9117;
Fax: (02) 912-3973 / 912-1510
E-mail: webmaster@ndcp.edu.ph

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Development Academy of the Philippines

Development Academy of the Philippines
Address: DAP Bldg., San Miguel Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Telephone: (632) 631-0921 to 30
Fax: (02) 631-2123
E-mail: academy@dap.edu.ph
Website http://www.dap.edu.ph/on/


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The following information are taken from DAP's website.

About DAP

The Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) is a government owned and controlled corporation mandated to:

1) generate pioneering, value-adding, synergistic ideas, concepts, principles, techniques and technologies addressing development  problems of local, national and international significance;

2) capacitating individuals and development stakeholder organizations in government, the private sector, civil society, academe, and international organizations to perform their respective roles and mandates in development more efficiently and effectively; and

3) promote partnerships and facilitate the integration of policies, plans, programs, and systems towards a holistic perspective,  through the conduct of training, education, policy/action-oriented researches, consulting/technical assistance, and publications in good governance and productivity improvement.


BEGINNINGS

The beginnings of the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) started with the story of two men who got together on a rainy afternoon in Tagaytay City. It was on the February 1, 1973 when freshly retired Education Secretary Onofre D. Corpuz and then Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) Chairman Leonides S. Virata motored to Tagaytay City after having a hearty fiesta lunch in Silang, Cavite.

Chairman Virata showed Dr. Corpuz the site of the DBP training facility started by the latter’s predecessor, Gregorio S. Licaros, whose obsession was to construct buildings wherever he has been at.  Since Chairman Virata did not want the training center to be exclusively for DBP, he asked Dr. Corpuz for ideas on how best to maximize the use of the facility.

It was five months after the declaration of Martial Law.  If the military had the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) as their school for their officers, maybe there ought to be a development-oriented academy for the civilian bureaucracy.  There was a lot of thinking and talk about development, the need for a generation of leaders with new development perspectives, and the need for new technologies to support development programs. Dr. Corpuz suggested the creation of an institution to provide all these. The idea captured the interest of Chairman Virata and both of them agreed to work for its realization.

Dr. Corpuz assembled a team of young professionals, headed by Horacio “Boy” R. Morales, who went through many lengthy discussions in his office at the Mirasol Building in front of the Philippine General Hospital where they came up with the concept, organization and programs of what later became the DAP. Chairman Virata, on the other hand, discussed the idea and convinced the heads of government financial institutions (GFIs) about the soundness of the venture.

And so on May 11, 1973, DBP Chairman Leonides S. Virata, National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Director-General Gerardo P. Sicat, Social Security System (SSS) Administrator Gilberto Teodoro, Central Bank of the Philippines Governor Gregorio S. Licaros, Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) President and General-Manager Roman Cruz, Jr., and Philippine National Bank (PNB) President Panfilo O. Domingo signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) wherein they agreed to establish the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) as their joint project.

The aforementioned GFIs, which eventually became the Founding Institutions of DAP, agreed that: 1) they would participate in the governance of the DAP, as well as provide annual financial contributions for the initial operations of DAP, and create a DAP Endowment Fund; 2) DBP would complete the construction of the training center in Tagaytay and make available to the DAP the full use of the said facility (which later on was donated to DAP); 3) NEDA would make available to DAP the use of the equipment, facilities/budgetary, and other resources of its Productivity and Development Center (PDC) and transfer to DAP the functions of PDC, including its role as the implementing agency of the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) for the Philippines.

With this, the proponents of the establishment of the DAP went to see the President of the Philippines who, after having seen the value of the idea, signed and issued Presidential Decree No. 205 on June 7, 1973 formally creating the DAP. Three weeks after, the President of the Philippines traveled to the newly constructed training facility in Tagaytay City on June 23, 1973, to formally inaugurate what is now the Development Academy of the Philippines.


BOARD OF TRUSTEES


HON. CAYETANO W. PADERANGA
Chairman of the DAP Board of Trustees
Secretary for Socio-Economic and Planning
Director-General, National Economic and Development Authority

HON. FRANCISCO T. DUQUE III
Vice-Chairman of the DAP Board of Trustees
Chairman, Civil Service Commission

HON. PROCESO J. ALCALA
Secretary, Department of Agriculture (DA)

HON. CLARON R. ALCANTARA
Designated Permanent Alternate Representative of DA to the DAP Board
Undersecretary, DA

HON. CESAR V. PURISIMA
Secretary, Department of Finance (DOF)

HON. GIL S. BELTRAN
Designated Permanent Alternate Representative of DOF to the DAP Board
Undersecretary, DOF

HON. FLORENCIO B. ABAD
Secretary, Department of Budget and Management (DBM)

HON. LAURA B. PASCUA
Designated Permanent Alternate Representative of DBM to the DAP Board
Undersecretary, DBM

HON. ENRIQUE T. ONA
Secretary, Department of Health (DOH)

HON. NEMESIO T. GAKO
Designated Permanent Alternate Representative of DOH to the DAP Board
Assistant Secretary, DOH

HON. VIRGILIO R. DE LOS REYES
Secretary, Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR)

HON. ROSALINA L. BISTOYONG
Designated Permanent Alternate Representative of DAR to the DAP Board
Undersecretary, DAR

HON. RAMON J.P. PAJE
Secretary, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)

HON. DEMETRIO L. IGNACIO
Designated Permanent Alternate Representative of DENR to the DAP Board
Undersecretary, DENR

HON. ARMIN A. LUISTRO, FSC
Secretary, Department of Education (DepEd)

HON. FRANCISCO M. VARELA
Designated Permanent Alternate Representative of DepEd to the DAP Board
Undersecretary, DepEd

HON. MICHAEL N. ALIMURUNG
Representative, Office of the President of the Philippines
Assistant Executive Secretary, OP

HON. ANTONIO D. KALAW, JR., CESO I
President, Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP)

MR. CARLOS A. SAYCO, JR., CESO IV
Secretary, DAP Board of Trustees
Vice-President, DAP


KEY OFFICERS


Antonio D. Kalaw, Jr.,CESO I
President & Chief Executive Officer
NPO Head & APO Alternate Director for the Philippines

Magdalena L. Mendoza, CESO IV
Senior Vice-President for Programs

Bernardo A. Dizon, CESO V
Senior Vice-President for Support Operations

Gloria J. Mercado, Ph.D., MNSA
Dean
Graduate School of Public and Development Management (GSPDM)

Trygve A. Bolante
Vice-President for Corporate Affairs

Carlos A. Sayco, Jr. CESO IV
Vice-President for International Relations, Innovation, Strategic Convergence Initiatives & Partnership (IRISCIP) &
APO Liaison Officer for the Philippines

Elizabeth Y. Manugue, Ph.D.
Vice-President/Executive Fellow
Council of Fellows

Imelda C. Caluen
Managing Director
Center for Governance (CFG) &
Officer-in-charge, CFG-Policy Research Office (PRO) – Concurrent

Arnel D. Abanto
Vice-President/Managing Director
Center for Quality and Competitiveness (CQC)

Elena Avedillo-Cruz
Vice-President/Managing Director
Center for Knowledge Management (CKM)

Alan S. Cajes
Vice-President/Managing Director
Center for Sustainable Human Development (CSHD)

Ermarie A. Modejar, CESO VI
Vice-President/Managing Director
Asset Management Center (AMC)

Monina A.R. de Armas
Vice-President/Managing Director
Support Services Center (SSC) &
Director, Human Resource Management and Development Office (HRMDO) - Concurrent

Vilma A. Horca
Officer-in-charge
DAP sa Mindanao (DSM)

Normandy T. Nangca
Director
Corporate Operations and Strategy Management Office (COSMO)

Winefrida M. Manzo
Director
Business Development & Resource Generation Office (BDRGO)

Ma. Aurora O. Umali
Director
Corporate Marketing and Communications Office (CMCO)

Alvin P. Principe
Director, CFG-Local Development Office (LDO) &
CFG-Operation Management Office (OMO) – Concurrent

Ma. Theresa A. Agustin
Director
CQC-Industry Competitiveness & SME Productivity Development Program

Monica D. Saliendres
Director
CQC-Agricultural Productivity Enhancement Program

Evangeline M.  Macariola
Director
CQC-Service Quality Division (SQD)

Sylvia Angelique S. Umbac
Director
CKM-Human Capital Development Office (HCDO)

Immanuel A. Magalit
Registrar & Director
GSPDM – Knowledge Resource Institute (Concurrent)

Jonas George S. Soriano
Director
GSPDM – Institute of Productivity & Quality

Rodney A. Jagolino
Director
GSPDM – Institute of Public Management

Teresita SB. Castillo
Director
DAP Conference Center – Tagaytay

Edgar G. Sanchez
Officer-in-charge
DAP Pasig Center for Office and Conference Facilities

Angela R. Manikan
Director
Finance & Administrative Office (FAO)

Gilbert E. Lumantao
Program Supervisor
CfG-Policy Research Office (PRO)

Jedel Ervin M .Tabamo
Program Supervisor
CfG-Local Development Office (LDO)

Armand Tristan R. Suratos
Program Manager
Center for Sustainable Human Development (CSHD)

Ma. Teresa A. Serrano
Program Manager
Center for Sustainable Human Development (CSHD)

Nanetter C. Caparos
Program Manager
CKM-National Government Career Executive Service Development Program (NGCESDP)

Michael L. Gapuz
Manager
Internal Audit Service (IAS)

Ma. Aurora D. Cabrera
Manager
Food and Beverages Services
DAP Conference Center Tagaytay

Danilo C. Filarca
Manager, Support Services Unit
DAP Conference Center Tagaytay

Renato P. Agunod
Manager, Rooms and Facilities Services
DAP Conference Center Tagaytay

Melchorito A. Lepardo
Manager
Facilities Marketing and Sales Office
Asset Management Center (AMC)

Anatalia SD. Barawidan
Manager
Management Accounting Services Office (MASO)
Finance & Administrative Office (FAO)

Lillian L. de Guzman
Acting Manager
Financial Accounting Services (FASO)
Finance & Administrative Office (FAO)

Leonida DL. Apolinario
Acting Manager
Administrative Services
Finance & Administrative Office (FAO)

Nelson L. Casalan
Manager
Administrative and Engineering Services
Asset Management Center (AMC)

Eric E. Abogado
Manager
Human Resource Management and Development Office (HRMDO)


PROGRAM CENTERS


CENTER FOR GOVERNANCE

Strengthens institutions and mechanisms to develop and effectively implement public policies and programs that promote transparent and accountable governance.  Observance of the rule of law, government effectiveness, effective regulation, control of corruption, citizen voice and participation in specific governance areas: local development, operations management and policy research.
  • Local Development Planning and Administration
  • Performance Management and Measurement
  • Policy Research
  • Integrity Development
  • System Design / Reengineering
  • Leadership Development
  • Change Management
CONTACT
The Managing Director
Tel. No.: (63-2) 6312132 / 631-2135 / 631-2139 / 631-2146
Email: cfg@dap.edu.ph


CENTER FOR QUALITY AND COMPETITIVENESS

Promotes quality and productivity concepts, principles, and practices to strenghten competitiveness and help public and private sector organizations achieve performance excellence through the following program interventions: value chain productivity management; quality management; SME productivity development and agriculture productivity enhancement.
  • Philippine Quality Awards Program
  • Organizational Transformation towards Business Excellence
  • SME Productivity Development
  • Value Chain Productivity Management
  • Productivity Measurement
  • ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems Development
  • Green Productivity
  • Productivity Measurement
  • Food Safety Management System ISO 22000
  • Good Agricultural Practices
  • Agriculture Productivity Enhancement Program
  • E-AGRIKultura (Agricultural Growth thru Information and Knowledge)
CONTACT
The Managing Director
Tel. Nos.: 631-2137 / 631-2163 / 631-2156
E-mail: cqc@dap.edu.ph


CENTER FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT


Harness the creative capacity of human resources and leverages knowledge (intellectual capital) for development.  It enables organizations to generate value from their intellectual and knowledge-based assets through human capital development, knowledge audit, and knowledge solutions development.
  • Organizational Development
  • Human Capital Development
  • Benchmarking on Best practices
  • Knowledge Audit
  • Knowledge Mapping
  • IT-based Knowledge Tools and Techniques
CONTACT
The Managing Director
Tel. Nos.: 631-2121 / 621-2133 / 631-2147 / 631-2128
E-mail: ckm@dap.edu.ph
Website: Center for Knowledge Management


CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

CSHD is responsible in conceptualizing, designing, and implementing programs and projects on environmental management, community development and other areas of sustainable human development.  Established in 2004, the thrust of CSHD is to contribute to poverty reduction by broadening the choices of Filipinos and improving their level of being, without impairing the ability of future Filipino generations to broaden their own choices and improve their own level of being.  Its programs include the following:
  • Greening the Office Workplace (Resource Optimization and Waste Minimization)
  • Ecotourism Planning and Development
  • Nature Interpretation and Visitor Management in Ecotourism
  • Ecotoursim Products Identification and Development
  • Waste Management Using 3 R’s (Reduce, Resuse, and Recycle)
  • Environmental Management
  • Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Renewable Energy and Clean Development
  • Doing Renewable Energy Enterprises/Business
Contact:
The Managing Director
Tel. Nos.: 631-2131 / 631-2169
E-mail: cshd@dap.edu.ph
Website: Center for Sustainable Human Development



GRADUATE SCHOOL


The Graduate  School of Public and Development Management (GSPDM) fulfills the development education mandate of the Academy  by building and sustaining – through professional education — strategic partnerships of committed, competent, and responsive development managers from the public, private and NGO sectors who shall empower the people towards their attainment of a better quality of life.  It provides these development stakeholders with flexible learning opportunities by offering alternative strategies and tools for arriving at diverse solutions to complex development scenarios, and introducing creative ways of managing change, reforming institutions, and addressing human resource concerns.
  • Master in  Productivity and Quality Management (MPQM)
    • MPQM Major in Microfinance
  • Master in Public Management (MPM)
    • MPM major in:
      • Health Systems and Development (MPM-HSD)
      • Integrity Development in Governance (MPM-IDiG)
      • Local Governance and Development
      • Development and Security (MPM-DevSec)
  • Executive Doctorate in Education Leadership (EDEL)
  • Special Courses:
    • Graduate Diploma and Certificate Courses:
      • Executive Development Program on the Management of Higher Education Institutions
      • Development Legislation and Governance
      • Global-Local (Global) Leaders for Development and Security
      • Rapid Appraisal of Corruption Vulnerabilities
    • Executive Coaching Program
CONTACT
The Dean
Tel. Nos.: (63-2) 631-2167 / 631-2172 / 631-2119 / 633-5569
E-mail: gspdm@dap.edu.ph

Sunday, April 10, 2011

State Colleges in NCR (National Capital Region)

NCR (National Capital Region) - Metro Manila


1. Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology
Address: Nagtahan St., Sampaloc, City of Manila, First District 1008
Telephone: (02) 715-1319 / 716-50-59
Fax: (02) 715-1319 / 716-50-59


2. Marikina Polytechnic College
Address: Mayor Juan Chanyungco St., Sta. Elena, Marikina City, Second District 1800
Telephone: (02) 682-05-96; 682-05-91;
Fax: (02) 682-05-96; 682-05-91;
E-mail: mpc_registrarsoffice@yahoo.com


3. Philippine State College of Aeronautics
Address: Manlunas St., Villamor Air Base, Pasay City, Fourth District 1309
Telephone: (02) 513-08-49 / 513-08-47
Fax: (02) 853-5127

Thursday, April 7, 2011

State Colleges in CAR (Cordillera Administrative Region)

CAR (Cordillera Administrative Region)


1. Abra State Institute of Science and Technology
Address: Lagangilang, Abra
Telephone: (074) 752-8171


2. Apayao State College
Address: Malma, Conner, Apayao
Telephone: (078) 844-0929


3. Kalinga-Apayao State College
Address: Purok 6, Bulanao, Tabuk, Kalinga 3800
Telephone: (074) 872-2045
Fax: (074) 872-2045
E-mail: kasc@yahoo.com


4. Mountain Province State Polytechnic College
Address: Poblacion, Bontoc, Mt. Province 2616
Telephone: (074) 602-1014
Fax: (074) 602-1014
E-mail: joycetimidan@yahoo.com

Monday, April 4, 2011

State Colleges in ARMM (Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao)

ARMM (Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao)


1. Adiong Memorial Polytechnic State College
Address: Ditsaan Ramain, Lanao Del Sur 9713
Telephone: 0921-5759852 / 0917-6765460


2. Basilan State College
Address: Sumagdang, Isabela City, Basilan 7300
Telephone: (062) 200-7523; (062) 200-3850; (062) 200-7705


3. Sulu State College
Address: Capitol Site, Jolo, Sulu 7400
Telephone: (085) 3418911 Local 2675
Fax: (085) 3418911 Local 2675
E-mail: pres dr jawali @ yahoo.com


4. Tawi-Tawi Regional Agricultural College
Address: Nalil, Bongao, Tawi-Tawi 7500
Telephone: Cellphone No. 09184160659

Friday, April 1, 2011

State Colleges in Region XIII (Caraga Region)

REGION XIII (Caraga Region)


1. Agusan Del Sur State College of Agriculture and Technology
Address: San Teodoro, , Bunawan, Agusan Del Sur 8506
Telephone: (085) 266-2524; (085) 266-2525


2. Cotabato City State Polytechnic College
Address: Sinsuat Avenue, Maguindanao, Cotabato City 9600
Telephone: (064) 421-5146; (064) 421-2281
Fax: (064) 421-5146
E-mail: balucasf@yahoo.com


3. Surigao Del Sur Polytechnic State College
Address: National Highway, Tandag, Surigao Del Sur 8300
Telephone: (086) 211-3509; (086) 211-4221
Fax: (086) 211-3509


4. Surigao State College of Technology
Address: Narciso Street, Surigao City, Surigao Del Norte 8400
Telephone: (086) 826-6346; (086) 231-7741; (086) 826-6345
Fax: (086) 826-6346


5. Zamboanga City State Polytechnic College
Address: R.T. Lim Boulevard, Baliwasan, Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Del Sur 7000
Telephone: (062) 991-3815
Fax: (062) 991-3815
E-mail: zcspc@yahoo.com


6. Zamboanga State College of Marine Sciences and Technology
Address: Fort Pilar, Rio Hondo, Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Del Sur 7000
Telephone: (062) 991-0643 to 48
Fax: (062) 991-0777
E-mail: ZSCMST@zambo.ph.net
Website http://www.zscmst.edu.ph

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