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Bachelor of Science in Forestry (BSF) has come a long way since its establishment in 1996. Placing in National and regional rankings in Forestry Licensure Board examination and producing excellent and competent graduates, BSF has continued to be one of the flagship courses of ASCOT.
On May 1 – 29, 2013, the ASCOT Department of Forestry and Environmental Sciences will be holding its annual Refresher Course for Forestry graduates at the AMRDI Multi-purpose hall.
The five week – course includes a review on different forestry subjects, mock examinations and Pre-Board Examination to prepare the participants in the upcoming board exam on July 14-15, 2013.
According to DFES Director, Forester RB J. Gallego, the objective of the course is to increase the potential of forestry graduates to pass the board exam. The annual Refresher course started on 1999 and has proven to be very effective since.
This year, 29 forestry graduates participated in the refresher course. The course has a registration fee of P 3,500 inclusive of a compilation of review questions and handouts and lodging at the CRM dormitory. (KTOlivar)
ASCOT congratulates its new passers for the TESDA National Certification on Food and Beverage Services Level II. The BSHRM Faculty and students took the assessment last April 22, 2013 at the Audio and Visual Room, General Education
Building, ASCOT after going through a rigid training on the necessary technical skills and other relevant competencies required for the Food and Beverage Services NC II.
Ms. Asuncion L. Mata, Supervising TESD Specialist and Ms. Mary Katherine T. Manuel, Assessor oversaw the competency assessment which includes written, oral and actual demonstration of the basic, common and core competencies.
The following successful passers shall be awarded a National Certificate signed by the TESDA Director General:
Sir Adrian A. Manapat
Sir Johnny A. Ysip Jr.
Sheryl Ann S. Agsaullo
Sherlyn D. Andrada
Jayson S. Blanco
Kimverylyn J. De Luna
Alyssa R. Gabres
Shynanon A. Laddaran
Xyrish R. Ladiero
Joannalie V. Lombres
Ruby Ann R. Oligo
Arianne Ara B. Opol
Karen T. Oviedo
Maritess A. Pariscal
Che-Che S. Pecasio
Marilyn S. Ramil
Julie Pearl Saulo
Sassy I. Talavera
ASCOT recently participated in a Focus Group Discussion in connection with the Executive Development Program for State Universities and Colleges (EDPS) on April 22-24, 2013 at Isabela State University, Echague, Isabela.
Aimed at enhancing the capability of administrators of public HEIs to implement strategic reforms and program initiatives, the FGD was attended by key officials of SUC from Northern Luzon where ASCOT was represented by Ms. Maria Lucia A. Ramos for top management, Mr. Christopher G. Marmol and Mr. Sherwin B. Glorioso for Middle Management-Faculty and Ms. Mychelle B. Sanchez and Ms. Syrell P. Uy for Middle Management-Administrative Personnel.
The FGD gathered information, ideas and opinions relative to the possibilities of establishing Career System for SUC, managing the Career System, and the needed competencies and qualifications of key officials of SUCs together with competency enhancement mechanism.The main quest here is to minimize, if not totally get rid of internal and external politics in appointing University/College Officials. (CPanlilio)
Don Sean Arvie V.Buencamino and Von Gerald D. Macose, Information and Communication Technology Center (ICTC) staff and Instructors from the Department of Information Technology attended a training on eGov Enterprise Architecture and eServices Planning conducted by the National Computer Institute, April 22 to 26, 2013 at the Inno.Tech.Lab. NCC, UP Diliman.