Led by the newly appointed Director of the Palawan State University Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency Accreditation Program (PSU-ETEEAP), Dr. Evelyn B. Tomas, a Seminar –Workshop was conducted for the internal and external assessors of the University’s ETEEAP office on August 31, 2018, at the PSU College of Arts and Humanities (CAH) Audio Visual Hall from 8:00 A.M. to 5 P.M.
The participants of the activity were faculty members coming from the different campuses of the University from the North, South, and Main campuses, with the University President, Dr. Ramon M. Docto himself giving a motivational message for the participants and organizers. Dr. Docto being the former Director of the PSU ETEEAP and later was designated as the Vice President for External Campuses shared his knowledge, experience, and solutions from situations that might occur.
The Seminar-Workshop was a whole day activity with Dr. Tomas providing the orientation and the FYI’s of the program itself focusing on the assessment strategies, documents, and other requirements needed for a student to enroll up to the graduation rites.
The 2nd part was the afternoon activity with Dr. Grace N. Abrina, the current Director of the Office of the Student Affairs and Services (PSU-OSAS), and also a former Director of the PSU-ETEEAP (before Dr. Docto’s Designation as ETEEAP Director), provided the talk on Case Study Preparation, followed by Prof. Jonathan V. Dangan, an ETEEAP Assessor and a Faculty member of the PSU-College of Business and Accountancy (PSU-CBA) with the topic entitled “Feasibility Study Preparation”. It was then followed by an Open Forum for the questions from the participants.
Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) is a comprehensive educational assessment program which recognizes knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values obtained by individuals from formal, non-formal and informal education and training and related work experiences.